Interfin Bank Holdings share price should reflect ENG Capital claim Part 2 of 5

In Investment Banking and in Finance the rules of financial disclosure are simple — if you choose to speak, speak in full and not in half-truths.” Farai Rwodzi and Interfin Bank Zimbabwe have been providing half baked stories on the effect and impact of HC-6244-04 .The full founding affidavit for High Court Case HC-6244-04 is found here

Farai Rwodzi and Interfin Banking Corporation Zimbabwe improper disclosures came at a critical time when investors were clamoring for details about Interfin Banking Corporation Zimbabwes’ ability to settle the $ 15.4 million claim by ENG Capital relating to the 309 million Century shares which were illegally and fraudulently converted into Interfin Banking Corporation.

Instead of providing clear and accurate information to the market, Interfin Banking Corporation Zimbabwe dropped the ball and made a bad situation worse by claiming that ENG Capital did not have a legitimate claim based on their legal opinion obtained from Mr Sternford Moyo after misleading him..

Interfin Banking Corporation Zimbabwe is a product of a fraudulent merger between Century Bank and CFX Bank which was subsequently renamed Interfin Banking Corporation after another irregular merger between Century/CFX Bank and Interfin Bank Zimbabwe.

In response to intense investor interest on the topic, Interfin Banking Corporation Zimbabwe repeatedly made misleading statements in earnings forecasts and public filings and regulatory filings to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and to The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange about the extent of its holdings of assets which are under litigation which would most likely result in Interfin Banking Corporation Zimbabwe failing to meet the going concern rule.

All these “fake mergers” described above were designed with the intention of concealing the initial fraudulent transfer of 309 million Century shares illegally and irregularly transfered into Century/CFX Bank then Interfin Banking Corporation. This illegal transfer is being challenged through High court case HC-6244-04.

ENG Capital and myself are claiming US$ 15.4 million being the 309 million shares multiplied by the share price of $ 0.05 which give the claim total of US $ 15.4 million. Accordingly the share price and market value of Interfin Bank Holdings should be adjusted to take into account of this indisputable claim of $ 15.4 million which Interfin has to settle.

According to Wikipedia below are some of the factors which the share price and value of a company must factor into. One should consider Interfin Bank’s Management poor judgement in “merging” with Century/CFX Bank which has litigation under High Court Case HC-6244-04

In addition to High Court Case HC-6244-04 Interfin Bank investor need to consider the following factors raised by Wikipedia when investing in Interfin Bank Zimbabwe shares
“Stocks have two types of valuations. One is a value created using some type of cash flow, sales or fundamental earnings analysis. The other value is dictated by how much an investor is willing to pay for a particular share of stock and by how much other investors are willing to sell a stock for (in other words, by supply and demand). Both of these values change over time as investors change the way they analyze stocks and as they become more or less confident in the future of stocks.
Earnings per share is generally considered to be the single most important variable in determining a share’s price. It is also a major component used to calculate the price-to-earnings valuation ratio.
An important aspect of EPS that’s often ignored is the capital that is required to generate the earnings (net income) in the calculation. Two companies could generate the same EPS number, but one could do so with less equity (investment) - that company would be more efficient at using its capital to generate income and, all other things being equal, would be a “better” company.

It is important not to rely on any one financial measure, but to use it in conjunction with statement analysis and other measures
In financial markets, stock valuation is the method of calculating theoretical values of companies and their stocks. The main use of these methods is to predict future market prices, or more generally potential market prices, and thus to profit from price movement – stocks that are judged undervalued (with respect to their theoretical value) are bought, while stocks that are judged overvalued are sold, in the expectation that undervalued stocks will, on the whole, rise in value, while overvalued stocks will, on the whole, fall.
In the view of fundamental analysis, stock valuation based on fundamentals aims to give an estimate of their intrinsic value of the stock, based on predictions of the future cash flows and profitability of the business.”

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