Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cambian Group LSE:CMBN London Ordinary Share GB00BKXNB024 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.75p +0.51% 147.00p 147.00p 147.50p 149.75p 146.75p 149.75p 188,836.00 13:36:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 290.1 -16.4 -5.4 - 270.77

Cambian Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/2/2017
10:41
Commerzbank in, Kabouter reducing. These guys obviously see value at these prices. Kabouter make over 100% in 8 months
treble in 1999
09/2/2017
17:26
Griffiths picked up another 4.3m shares and 700k on CFD. Now 18%. Spreadex have over 5% now. £5m divi for Griffiths coming, and possibly another 3m shares with it. Are we going to see a bid, or is he just investing??
treble in 1999
07/2/2017
14:18
Expecting the French to be the seller. Drop of Euro to $/£ is warping their returns. At least they'll get some euros back now.
treble in 1999
21/1/2017
10:41
Griffiths still adding at 148 Spreadex need shares for more positions All looking good and presume board getting on with it.
treble in 1999
17/1/2017
15:55
this and tri, and srp - pefect charts...
leeson31
17/1/2017
14:15
What a lovely graph :-)
bennytheball
10/1/2017
18:18
French getting nervous on the sterling investment. Another reduction in their holding. They're still in profit though.
treble in 1999
09/1/2017
12:46
Mrs may talking about expanding child care today, putting in more money etc Should be good for CMBN going forward. Griffiths seems to think so, probable takeover once they hit a certain number of clients/occupants.
treble in 1999
06/1/2017
16:51
Care 123 The contract is likely to be irreversible. Little consequence to cambian, they banked £359m after costs. Child services is not just about fostering, care etc includes schooling etc Look at new ceo and say she's not up to it.
treble in 1999
06/1/2017
16:34
And this is unlikely to help... https://www.gov.uk/cma-cases/cygnet-health-care-cambian-adult-services-division-merger-inquiry
care123
06/1/2017
16:32
Hey I'm not an expert in markets, just commissioning. Why do local authorities not have significant bargaining power? They have started fixing how much they will pay for the service in the south west with others likely to follow. If the price you submit is over a prescribed amount, your tender will not be considered. Specialist fostering is the area that will see significant growth - particularly with new service offerings following the merger between NFA and Acorn Care and Education. Whilst I agree Cambian's foster care services will grow, the residential side is likely to continue to be a key problem
care123
06/1/2017
15:25
looks like turning up now too..
leeson31
06/1/2017
15:24
Griffiths adding 950 k and 3 million more on his cfd. Must be very very confident of something
treble in 1999
01/1/2017
20:12
Care, The services that CMBN will be delivering in Children's services are very niche with extremely high barriers to entry and virtually a captive market - state does not have any significant bargaining power. Though social care has borne massive budgetary cuts, the market segment addressed by CMBN is price agnostic imho (due to lack of significant alternative providers) and children needs are too complex to be managed in an alternative setting such as the community. CMBN on my radar once again....
multibagger
01/1/2017
12:40
Care123 But Cambian are in foster care also. And doing quite nicely from it. My view is the company is not quite starting again, but its strategy is clear and its focused. The new CEO is child focused, and their customer (the state) is reasonably happy with their product. I am sure they keep re-engineering the product adapting to the market. 21p dividend not really priced in yet.
treble in 1999
01/1/2017
11:43
Care, lol, yes definetly priced to go under! NOT!definetly NOT the view of the market or the company!, get real!.
hmt
30/12/2016
20:00
The problem you have with this company is that it has alienated itself from its customers. It only has one customer: the state. Only local authorities purchase Cambian's children's services and 1)they no longer wish to use them and 2) Cambian have the wrong product: local authorities want foster care not residential. This combined with the impact of the national living wage and local government cuts means Cambian will go under as soon as they have used up the money from the sale of the adult division. My guess is GI Capital will pick up all the pieces as majority shareholder as the managing partner for Europe is heavily involved in children's services and looking at new acquisitions outside of Cambian. Cash out now while you can
care123
24/12/2016
13:14
General Meeting on 27th. Sale to be cleared. Then the company start the process of delivering the value to shareholders, debt free. 21p per share being returned to shareholders. Looking forward to 2017.
treble in 1999
13/12/2016
21:26
Hi. I am invested, but wondering is this an accurate precis - they drove the business into the ditch (possible insolvency if don't sell part of the business to settle debt when due next year). Ok they got a good price from someone who thinks they can run it more profitably. Why do we think the existing management will do better when running the remaining rump, especially as they ref plans for more debt to fund acquisitions?
papy02
13/12/2016
20:35
Don't think much is going to happen this side of General Meeting. After that we have the cash, Suppose what Mr Market wants is the deal done first, before rising. We also have the ongoing management fees as stated in the announcement, look at as a cost reduction. Still think its got £2 all over it by Spring. Should hold this level and it will be new support.
treble in 1999
09/12/2016
08:23
A lot of people came in on the rise from 55p, and more from 80p. They're clearing out. Won't go on for ever :-)
bennytheball
09/12/2016
08:22
Continues to go down , unexpected given the numbers arising from the deal
nfs
05/12/2016
16:14
gotta be henderson's selling down. when they've finished the price will be more reflective of the 21p divi
treble in 1999
05/12/2016
13:25
We know the company will be debt free,cash rich and have a property portfolio of 100m. Enough to start with, what can this very experienced management do with it. Their market is massive, and they are already number 1.
treble in 1999
05/12/2016
13:20
Bottom line there is not enough information in the RNS to make anything more than an educated guess. We don't know what assets and liabilites are going with the disposal and which will remain.
brwo349
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