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Monday, 31 October 2011

Moncharm Ltd: money hungry young fine wine brokers wanted



Brokers Wanted for The Fine Wine Market

Job ID: 48649
Job Views: 1234
Location: Bromley,*
United Kingdom
Zip / Post Code:
Job Category: Alternative
Role: Broking
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: incl Commission: £50,000.00 per year
Posted: 25/10/2011

Job Description
The Fine Wine Market
The Safe Haven for 2011

Do you enjoy the finer things in life?
Are you money hungry?

Then look no further.

We're an established Fine Wine Brokerage that are looking for money hungry young individuals that are willing to learn and be apart of a successful company.

We will provide full in-house training on the product and in sales.
All we asked for is for you to be energetic, enthusiastic and hungry for the finer things. You do not need to know the ins and outs of the Fine Wine Market. (Bold added.)

Please Contact Guy on 020-7959-2261 for an interview or altenatively please send your CV to info@moncharm.co.uk

Moncharm Ltd
68 King William Street
London, 
(United Kingdom)

Phone: 0207 959 2261
Web: www.moncharm.co.uk

Languages
Language:  English
Fluency:  Fluent


 * Job is in Bromley but firm's address is at 68 King William Street, London EC4N 7DZ  – a serviced office block.


22 comments:

  1. Type Date Description Order
    AA 30/09/2011 31/12/10 TOTAL EXEMPTION SMALL

    AR01 01/03/2011 14/12/10 FULL LIST

    LATEST SOC 01/03/2011 01/03/11 STATEMENT OF CAPITAL;GBP 1

    AA 28/09/2010 31/12/09 TOTAL EXEMPTION SMALL

    CERTNM 27/04/2010 COMPANY NAME CHANGED MONCHARM INVESTMENT LTD
    CERTIFICATE ISSUED ON 27/04/10

    RES15 27/04/2010 CHANGE OF NAME 21/04/2010

    CONNOT 27/04/2010 NOTICE OF CHANGE OF NAME NM01 - RESOLUTION

    AD01 23/04/2010 REGISTERED OFFICE CHANGED ON 23/04/2010 FROM
    124 BAKER STREET
    LONDON
    W1U 6TY
    ENGLAND

    AP01 21/04/2010 DIRECTOR APPOINTED MR LOUIS DAVID HOWARD

    TM01 19/04/2010 APPOINTMENT TERMINATED, DIRECTOR CODDAN MANAGERS SERVICE LIMITED

    TM02 19/04/2010 APPOINTMENT TERMINATED, SECRETARY CODDAN SECRETARY SERVICE LIMITED

    TM01 19/04/2010 APPOINTMENT TERMINATED, DIRECTOR IRAN ARAUZ DE LEON

    AR01 30/12/2009 14/12/09 FULL LIST

    CH02 30/12/2009 CORPORATE DIRECTOR'S CHANGE OF PARTICULARS / CODDAN MANAGERS SERVICE LIMITED / 01/12/2009

    CH04 30/12/2009 CORPORATE SECRETARY'S CHANGE OF PARTICULARS / CODDAN SECRETARY SERVICE LIMITED / 01/12/2009

    AD01 15/12/2009 REGISTERED OFFICE CHANGED ON 15/12/2009 FROM
    5 PERCY STREET
    OFFICE 4
    LONDON
    W1T 1DG

    363a 24/03/2009 RETURN MADE UP TO 14/12/08; FULL LIST OF MEMBERS

    AA 24/03/2009 ACCOUNTS OF DORMANT COMPANY MADE UP TO 31/12/08

    288a 03/10/2008 DIRECTOR APPOINTED MISS IRAN ARAUZ DE LEON

    NEWINC 14/12/2007 INCORPORATION DOCUMENTS
    CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION
    STATEMENT OF DIRECTORS & REGISTERED OFFICE
    DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE
    MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION
    ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

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  2. Mr Louis David Howard


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    Director Summary

    Mr Louis David Howard has 3 company director or secretary appointments.

    Short name - Louis Howard
    Date of Birth: 02/1980
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    Address

    63 Victoria Road
    Bromley
    Kent
    Great Britain
    BR2 9PL

    Company Summary

    MONCHARM LTD Active
    STEAM CLEAN (LONDON) LTD Dissolved
    UNIQUE PROPERTY CLEANING SERVICES LTD Dissolved
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    MONCHARM LTD

    Appointment Date: 21/04/2010
    Position: Director
    Occupation: Director
    Company Status: Active
    Last Updated: 3:19pm 24/10/2011
    Address:

    68 KING WILLIAM STREET
    LONDON
    EC4N 7DZ
    GB
    All Officers:

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    Company Accounts:

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    STEAM CLEAN (LONDON) LTD

    Appointment Date: 05/11/2008
    Position: Director
    Occupation: Cleaner
    Company Status: Dissolved
    Last Updated: 3:19pm 24/10/2011
    Address:

    228A HIGH STREET
    BROMLEY
    KENT
    BR1 1PQ
    GB
    All Officers:

    Load Officers

    Company Accounts:

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    UNIQUE PROPERTY CLEANING SERVICES LTD

    Appointment Date: 13/02/2006
    Position: Director
    Occupation: Company Director
    Company Status: Dissolved
    Last Updated: 3:19pm 24/10/2011
    Address:

    SBC ACCOUNTANTS LTD
    228A HIGH STREET
    BROMLEY
    BR1 1PQ
    GB
    All Officers:

    Load Officers

    Company Accounts:

    To view a financial summary for this company login with Goo

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  3. SBC ACCOUNTANTS LTD
    228A HIGH STREET
    BROMLEY
    BR1 1PQ
    GB
    same address used by all Bromley based wine brokers

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  4. same address used by the land guys also

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  5. Why are there so many wine scams centred in Bromley?

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  6. Anon: A very good question Bromley does appear to have a surprisingly high level of wine investment 'expertise' .....!

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  7. Anon. I have received your comment. Was away from Wednesday to Saturday early evening. Will follow this up asap.

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  8. URGENT

    Bordeaux UK have placed themselves in Voluntary Liquidation and have not filed accounts are about to be struck off, they have a number of clients who have not received there wine!!!!!!

    need your attention

    liquidators are Abbott Fielding in Sidcup

    URGENT ATTENTION REQUIRED

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  9. Many thanks anon. Please see my post on Bordeaux UK 7th November.

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  10. Anon. Thank you for your repeated comments. I have certainly followed this up and am waiting for the person I need to speak to return from China.

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  11. An elderly gent I know has invested money with Mon Charm & they are trying to persuade him to spend more. Are they definitely con artists? Or is that difficult for you to say?

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  12. Anon. I would avoid any wine investment company that tries to persuade an elderly investor to spend more with them, especially if they are making frequent calls and putting him under pressure.

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  13. Moncharm claims to have moved all its offices to Greycoat Place,
    Near Victoria station. No longer in Bromley. Is this true and does it make them more plausible as a company?

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    1. They are certainly listed at 2 Greycoat Place. It is positive that their website lists the team as well as recent company accounts.

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    2. I see the Terms & Conditions on the Moncharm site are not working at the moment.

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  14. A potted communique with Moncharm;-
    "To Richard Kingsley, Moncharm ltd. 1 Sept 2014
    Thank you for the values summary.( of my wine investment with you)
    It is very sad reading.
    I think you have to take stock of whether you are a good wine
    investment adviser, given the degree of reduced value across the board. If all your advice has results like this I am amazed you are still in business.

    These figures show a potential loss of £4,900 on an investment of £21,180. (over 3 years).
    Poor showing on any market, especially one you said could give over 8% profit.
    Even the most recent purchase has fallen a lot so you can not blame the crash. "

    Dec 2014 still trying to sell. watch this space.
    I have come round to accepting this scenario,
    It would be good to get some money back ,
    but don't hold your breath.

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    1. Without knowing what wines you bought it is impossible to be specific but the fine wine market has been falling for the last three years so a potential loss is not surprising I'm afraid. Look at the Liv-ex indices, which will confirm this.

      Do you have to sell through Moncharm? Would it be worth trying other brokers/merchants, although it does illustrate that while wine is liquid in the bottle it is not necessarily a liquid asset.

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    2. It would be interesting to know what you were told at the time you bought the wines.

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  15. Here are the wines I have. And the prices we hope to get.

    The prices Moncharm would currently market your wines for.

    1 x Ch. Haut Brion 2009 (6x75cl) £4,150
    1 x Ch. d’Yquem 2009 (24x37.5cl) £5,600
    1 x Ch. Pavillon Rouge 2009 (12x75cl) £1,080
    2 x Dom Pérignon 2004 (12x75cl) £1,000 x 2 = £2,000
    1 x Ch. Margaux 2005 (6x75cl) £3,450

    Any comments?

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    1. Anon I am not clear whether these are prices that Moncharm quoted you in September or more recently. Certainly a look at wine-searcher shows that these prices are decidedly optimistic and would probably explain why your wines are still on sale.

      Both the 2005 Margaux and 2009 Haut-Brion can be bought for £3000 per 6, although Berry Bros & Rudd show the Haut Brion at £4080. The 24 halves of 2009 d'Yquem ca be purchased for £3900.

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  16. Do you think I should hold on and hope for a rise in the market?
    With the euro maybe going funny again will the price fall further?
    ??? Any guesses...

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    Replies
    1. I'm not going to try to guess the market. However, it should recover at some point so unless you need the money now it is probably best to hold on and monitor prices.

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