Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 11936 from 2003/5/22
>>> When Trevor and Hyperion dissolved their partnership based in Belgium
>> A-Eon CVBA was co-owned by Ben Hermans but it had nothing to do with Hyperion.
> You are right, Trevor's shares in his partnership with Ben Hermans, or Hyperion,
> for the first incarnation of A-Eon, have nothing to do with Hyperion shares.
What I meant is that in order to form A-Eon CVBA, Trevor entered into a partnership with Ben Hermans, but did not need to enter into a partnership with Hyperion. So even if Trevor became shareholder of Hyperion back then, this wasn't required to form A-Eon CVBA with Ben Hermans.
> Trevor probably has no financial stake in any Hyperion shares
This is what Trevor wrote in August 2017:
"I made a quick trip to Brussels to attend the Hyperion Entertainment Shareholder's AGM. [...] we [...] were later joined by fellow Hyperion shareholder Ben Hermans
Whether or not Trevor attending a Hyperion shareholder meeting in June 2017 would indicate him being a Hyperion shareholder in 2017 I don't know.
> granting Ben Hermans, or Hyperion Entertainment a larger percentage of ownership
> in A-Eon CVBA.
As said, Hyperion was not a co-owner of A-Eon CVBA, but Ben Hermans was.
> I don't believe that Hermans had any cash to invest as part of his partial
> ownership in the first A-Eon company. What else could he offer, besides
> shares of Hyperion Entertainment, with an imaginary value?
I must admit the idea is appealing :-)