Hi taptapgroup, that's a very selfish attitude on your part. There could be all kinds of reasons Bytemark's shareholders agreed to merge into IOM, from a source of investment or other resources, to them wanting to cash-in after their years of hard effort. And good for them if it's the last of those.
Frankly, they owe you the service you've paid for. Not some subservient loyalty that means they'll remain as you want forever. We should expect some continuity beyond the near term, and given the comments by directors and staff so far, it looks like we're going to get it. I suspect things will remain good for quite a while, easily enough to monitor and plan an ordered move if it's necessary.
I suggest we wait and see. The greener grass might also merge with IOM the week after your arrival.