Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 11796 from 2003/5/22
>>>>>> "IIRC, Ben Hermanns is no longer a partner of A-Eon, since they
>>>>>> reformed in the UK and closed the Belgium based company.
>>>>> And indeed, A-Eon's October 1st  press release has been the last one where
>>>>> the company calls itself a CVBA. Starting with the one from October 12th ,
>>>>> all 8 subsequent press releases have missed the "CVBA" bit. So [...] Ben
>>>>> Hermans' involvement in A-Eon ceased somewhen between October 1st and
>>>>> October 12th 
>>>> AmigaKit now claims this happened already one year earlier:
>>>> "Later on in late 2010, our role changed and we had to help get the project
>>>> back on track.
>>> somewhat stronger statement from March of this year
>> Unfortunately, nothing there about the late 2010 vs. late 2011 discrepancy
>> I was getting at.
> It's possible that Trevor brought Amigakit onboard in a consulting role late 2010
> to help get the X1000 development back on track under A-Eon CVBA, with the
> change to A-Eon Technology Ltd (and hence change in ownership & management)
> taking place in the October 2011 period.
It seems your own excellent research revealing that Hermans stepped down from being an A-Eon director in December 2010 has finally solved that 2010 vs. 2011 mystery:
So I guess it went something like this:04/2009
: A-Eon CVBA founded
in Belgium by Hermans, T. Dickinson and Moorley as shareholders as well as directors12/2010
: Hermans quits his A-Eon CVBA director position
(and relinquishes his shares), AmigaKit/Leaman gets involved as consultant or similar10/2011
: A-Eon CVBA starts omitting the mention of its legal form in press releases04/2012
: A-Eon Ltd. founded in UK by Leaman, T. Dickinson and C. Dickinson as shareholders with Leaman acting as sole director04/2013
: A-Eon CVBA dissolved
(T. Dickinson and Moorley are mentioned in this paper)
Any objections, remarks, additions?