Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Adept Telecom LSE:ADT London Ordinary Share GB00B0WY3Y47 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 290.00p 280.00p 300.00p 290.00p 290.00p 290.00p 553 06:43:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 34.4 3.4 12.2 23.8 65.27

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21/11/201711:20AdEPT Telecom INTERVIEW with CFO John Swaite2
16/11/201712:55adept telecom386
08/7/201606:59INTERVIEW: AdEPT Telecom Plc Revenue Increases Sustainable and More + WH Ireland2
11/5/201612:58AdEPT Telecom (ADT)4
06/9/200707:43Adept Telecom with Charts & News41

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Adept Telecom Daily Update: Adept Telecom is listed in the Fixed Line Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ADT. The last closing price for Adept Telecom was 290p.
Adept Telecom has a 4 week average price of 260p and a 12 week average price of 260p.
The 1 year high share price is 375p while the 1 year low share price is currently 247.50p.
There are currently 22,508,063 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,599 shares. The market capitalisation of Adept Telecom is £65,273,382.70.
blusteradjuster: Fixed-line has been like that for years - a cashcow in managed decline. Good that the “new” is growing reasonably strongly - they should probably give acquisitions a rest for now as the debt/earnouts might be hanging over the share price.
lanzarote666: 28:30 What are we going to do with the cash. Pay a higher dividend or fund an acquisition to accelerate the growth. In my view the first option provides support for the share price, the second provides the opportunity to see the share price rise from here.* The higher Bank facility suggests to me a target business will not be far off. (*If they get the acquisition right of course, and their track record has been good to date)
tomps2: Video from ShareSoc Richmond presentation 7th March 2017 Http:// CEO Ian Fishwick, FD John Swaite and Communications Director Richard Burbage, update at ShareSoc Richmond a year after their first presentation Introduction - 00:18 Rise in share price (42%) - 00:51 John and Richard introduction – 1:29 What do Adept do? – 2:01 Business model - 3:54 Adept locations - 5:22 Customer service strategy - 6:30 Revenue splits - 6:51 Transition to managed services - 7:49 Public sector & healthcare - 8:28 Commercial customers - 11:43 Business centres - 12:45 Acquisitions - 13:37 Cat Communications – 14:00 New bank facility - 16:55 ourIT department - 20:45 Revenue analysis after acquisitions - 24:05 EBITDA - 24:46 Debt – 25:22 Dividend - 26:55 Q&A – 28:47
par555: modform, This'illiquid' company's share price has doubled in the last 18 months and paid a dividend of 2%.What's not to like about that ?
malcontent: looks like 200p will present something of an obstacle but that's no surprise given the share price appreciation since 2012. It is a wonderful thing when you hold a share in a small and struggling company that then gets its game going. You can sit back and enjoy the hard work of all those employees over the years. Mind, I've backed a fair few small and struggling companies that either stay small and struggling or keel over and die.
gargoyle2: WH Ireland talk about AdEPT Telecom Dialling up Dividends ❝ WH Ireland have intitiated coverage of AdEPT Telecom PLC (LON: ADT) and here are their thoughts: “AdEPT Telecom is a UK focused independent provider of telecom services. The company currently has 20,000 customers, to which it provides a range of communications solutions. AdEPT has a solid track record, spanning over a decade, of growing earnings and dividends, through providing its customers with bespoke communications solutions, which we expect to continue. We initiate coverage on AdEPT with a Target Price of 170p and a Buy rating. Highly experienced management team with a well-defined business strategy. We believe AdEPT’s success has been predicated on its ability to provide its customers with bespoke communication solutions combined with high levels of customer service and support. This has seen it grow its customer base to 20,000 and reap handsome profits for its shareholders. The company has an enviable track record of growing EBITDA for 11 consecutive years, which is all the more impressive given it has managed to withstand the impact of the financial crisis along with a steep decline in fixed line telephony, its largest operating segment (75% of FY14A revenues). Cash generation machine. AdEPT does not own any major telecoms infrastructure, but instead, has relationships in place with all the major UK network operators and communication, who serve as suppliers. This dynamic means the company has low levels of capex (£63k in FY14A; £80k in FY15E). As a result, it tends to throw up a lot of cash, with cash conversion averaging over 180% over the past 3 years, and estimated to average 150% over the next three years. The company’s record of growing dividend and managements progressive dividend policy, is well supported by this robust cash generation. We forecast dividends to grow at a 26% CAGR over the next three years. Public sector key to near to medium term growth. AdEPT continues to successfully gain traction in the public sector. AdEPT’s solutions help its local government clients achieve a material cost savings. Public sector revenue has grown from being non-existent in FY12 to 11.9% in March 2014. We expect public sector revenues to be amongst the main drivers of organic growth over the next few years. DCF based TP at 170p/share, with peer group implied value of 206p. Our 170p Target Price for AdEPT is based on our calculated NPV of DCF (8.2% WACC; 1.5% perpetuity growth rate); equating to 1.9x FY15E EV/Sales, 9.3x EV/EBITDA and 12.1x P/E. Against a peer group of London listed Telecom companies, AdEPT trades at a 41% discount to the group average. An average peer group multiple would imply a share price of 206p, which is 71% above current levels and 21% above our Target Price of 170p/share. “
chrismez: During October 2010, AdEPT renewed its credit facility with Barclays Bank, albeit at a level £1.125 million lower than before at £11.125 million. Nevertheless, the terms are generally more favourable and provide AdEPT with greater operational flexibility together with less onerous banking covenants and lower interest rates, which should reduce the overall annual interest charge by £0.115 million. As at 31st October 2010 approximately £2 million was undrawn and given the group's commitment to cash maximisation and debt reduction AdEPT has ample funding capacity to comfortably drive its organic growth strategy. The momentum already established has continued into the second half and the group's performance will increasingly reflect the growth in the stickier and higher margin Premier Customer division (large, multi-site customers) especially as its service offering is further broadened. During the last six months this division secured five notable 24-36 months contracts with a total combined value comfortably in excess of £1.9 million. In addition, since its authorisation last March, AdEPT has begun to win contracts under the JaNET (Joint Academic Network) framework. Consequently, we remain comfortable with our existing forecasts while the key to the investment case remains the company's consistent and proven ability to generate strong cash flows and de-leverage the group at about £2 million per annum. Therefore, assuming that the very conservative and current EV/EBITDA multiple of 3.9 (Daisy is acquiring SpiriTel on a multiple closer to 5.6 times) is unchanged within two years the equity would be valued at £7.22 million, equivalent to share price of 34.3p. However, the UK telecom market is consolidating and this should result in a re-rating, probably closer to the Daisy/SpiriTel EV/EBITDA multiple of 5.9 times, which suggests a share price of 60.1p, therefore, with the shares trading at 22p, our stance remains buy.
jazza: Robleetoon, The "loss" was due to: a) One-off cash payments (e.g. fee for rearranging loan, restructuring) b) non-cash items (amortisation of goodwill) Going forward they should bring in a few million quid net cash each year and they have stated their intention to use it to pay down debt. and as net debt is almost twice the market cap, there is a lot of scope for the share price to rise as debt is reduced...
dubbsie: Yep treble current share price!!
ok,yah: ponderer - this isnt the right forum to rant about things that upset you unless its the ADT share price i'm sure there is a board where you can get things off your chest somewhere
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