No, if I am given to understand the recent email correctly. In order to vote for the proposals that KPMG have put forward for the insolvency you need to send in your Statement of Claim before 11th March to allow voting on the 12th.
If you don't intend to attend the meeting in London in person to vote you will need to vote by proxy.
These are the relevant bits from https://www.insolvency-kpmg.co.uk/case+KPMG+AF119D1101.html
Retail client proxy form
Retail client statement of claim form
and appendix 6 from
Joint special administrators proposals
I haven't had a chance to read all these yet myself.
With regards to claims, that's entirely different. People who had flat accounts at the time will be able to submit a claim through the claim portal as soon as it goes up and should get an email about it. People in trades on the day in question will get there's sorted out after that.
Which does raise the interesting question, if client funds are being distributed pro-rata and they don't know the balances of the actual accounts that had trades at this point how can they distribute funds to the clients with flat accounts? I'm sure the answer is in there, I just haven't seen it.
Best regards Steve
11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.