Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bisichi Mining LSE:BISI London Ordinary Share GB0001012045 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% 74.50p 72.00p 77.00p 74.50p 74.50p 74.50p 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 25.7 -0.1 -2.4 - 7.82

Bisichi Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/10/2016
09:42
any chance of a dividend increase rather than a bonus increase for mr h?
bisiboy
25/10/2016
09:31
https://www.ft.com/content/a71cc96c-dcba-3e53-8a87-caf8be075ae6
callumross
25/10/2016
09:28
Looks like the market may be waking up to recent coal price - exchange rate developments!
callumross
25/10/2016
08:52
Almost no stock available to trade at this level. Would expect the NAV to be comfortably exceeded before it becomes a little more liquid.
my retirement fund
25/10/2016
08:43
Indeed they are - perhaps they will be subjected at some stage in the future to Mrs May and her cohorts reterict of corporate governance reforms.But yes this is clearly a golden time for their coal mining businesses and the currencies all mean that they have never had it so good. What's more it looks more like a permanent development.
my retirement fund
25/10/2016
08:35
Not just that - BISI must be coining it in with the favourable exchange rate movements in the £ / $ / rand rate. Plus £1.20 per share in UK property assets and £1.50 NAV overall. Board still taking too much out of this company, though!
callumross
25/10/2016
08:25
I take it everyone knows about the doubling of price of high grade coal and shortage of coking coal and the cut backs in Chinese production in the last few weeks ?
my retirement fund
27/8/2016
12:57
They do seem well remunerated! Anyway, £15.9m net assets, up from £15.6m at the year end equates to £1.48 per share and property assets alone are £1.20 per share.
callumross
27/8/2016
09:09
PROFITS WOULD BE TREBLE THOSE REPORTED IF HELLER DIDN'T TAKE £1M YEAR FROM THE COMPANY. GF
ntv
19/8/2016
19:18
Ticking up nicely. One of the beneficiaries from Brexit I guess through the exchange rate gains for the colliery as result of cable depreciation.
callumross
15/5/2016
18:16
me too see Mr H has managed to payback 15k of the loan.
bisiboy
30/4/2016
12:28
Yes, £1,576k of directors' emoluments versus £427k annual dividend says it all. Average salary cost for the workers is £24k even including the director excesses. I will vote against most of the resolutions, not that it will make any difference.
topvest
23/2/2016
16:03
Desperately needs some corporate action. A white knight to boot out the exceptionally greedy BoD, and either spin off, or sell off, the UK property portfolio (by itself worth around 100p per share).
bozzy_s
23/2/2016
15:57
These would be trading at 300p+ if it weren't for the ridiculous directors salaries. If they earned a more reasonable £500,000 per year between them (still a little high perhaps), the dividend could be increased to around 11p per share. 2014 earnings would have been approx 20p per share. A share price of 300p would represent a P/E of 15, a yield of nearly 4%, and be underpinned by net tangible assets of 150p per share. They've obviously done the maths and decided that paying themselves a fortune makes them better off than paying themselves a fair amount and seeing the subsequent increase in the value of their shares. Haven't looked into their individual shareholdings, but I'd have thought if they own say 50% of the company, then surely they'd be better off earning a reasonable/fair amount and seeing the value of their shares increase by £10m - £15m?
bozzy_s
14/5/2015
19:42
a certain director creamed off nearly a £1m. that is 10% of the mkt cap. that means one director of BP could take £14bn. that is 10% as well!! wholly unacceptable and just pure greed in my opinion. but wtfdik
ntv
09/5/2015
14:07
£1.495m of directors' remuneration versus £1.160m last year. The dividend costs £0.43m and has been maintained ---- say's it all really!
topvest
01/5/2015
17:22
clearly not in fact quite the reverse. still i am sure shareholders are quite happy for all the extra profits to be spent on pay rises rather than dividend increases!
bisiboy
23/4/2014
19:34
£614k for the MD and £425k to shareholders in dividends says it all. Surely £614k in South Africa = a ludicrous salary and very high living standard. Not sure how he gets away with it given the employees are on such a low salary. More and more money for poor financial performance. This company could have distributed twice as much to shareholders over the last five years if we didn't have such a self serving bunch in charge.
topvest
23/4/2014
19:29
Yes, very excessive - continues the trend of the family taking too much or a son with very expensive living habits!
topvest
23/4/2014
12:06
Heller got a 32% pay increase LOL, there really is not point to the company is there unless your a Heller or connected party
envirovision
21/4/2014
10:17
hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/the-low-pe-small-cap-high-yielders-vs.html Michael.
michaelmouse
23/2/2014
17:00
Bisichi has been quite a big disappointment over the last 5 years. They need to create some real value for holders rather than just plodding on and awarding the son an excessive remuneration package for a mediocre performance.
topvest
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