Paul J. Isaac’s Conflicted Role In American Community Properties Trust Buyout

November 30, 2009

The extent to which the buyout of American Community Properties Trust (APO) by Federal Capital Partners is flawed was revealed in the company’s recent proxy filing. One of the unhappy shareholders, Paul J. Isaac, was given the opportunity to continue to own ACPT even after the buyout. The other shareholders will forgo the opportunity to get full value for their shares.

The Wilsons and Issac together own 69% of the shares and have the ability to force the deal Read the rest of this entry »


American Community Properties Trust May Attract A Higher Bid

October 6, 2009

American Community Properties TrustSurprise, surprise! American Community Properties Trust (APO) is selling itself. And you won’t even get market value for your shares: while ACPT trades between $8.35 and $8.50 the buyout will happen at $7.75.

The sudden sale at a discount to the market price comes out of the blue for shareholders who still remember the failed attempt by the Wilson family, the 50.68% owners, to take the company private in 2007. The Wilsons had engaged a financial adviser Read the rest of this entry »