Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lighthouse Group LSE:LGT London Ordinary Share GB0009779116 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 11.75p 11.00p 12.50p 11.75p 11.75p 11.75p 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 48.9 0.9 0.7 17.3 15.00

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16/01/2017 15:13:1311.562,913336.60O
16/01/2017 14:44:1511.7510,0001,175.02O
16/01/2017 14:43:1511.9010,0001,190.02O
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Lighthouse Daily Update: Lighthouse Group is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LGT. The last closing price for Lighthouse was 11.75p.
Lighthouse Group has a 4 week average price of 11.73p and a 12 week average price of 11.83p.
The 1 year high share price is 15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.88p.
There are currently 127,700,298 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 249,540 shares. The market capitalisation of Lighthouse Group is £15,004,785.02.
praipus: AFH (AFHP) sh_are price went down today as well! I would have expected a rise in a bidders share price after they pulled out of a take over. Not sure how much due dilligence was done but I understand other potential bidders can go over the findings and mull an offer:) Agree though that LGT is one company who's share price realy could moon shot with its B-2-B/C potential.
activeservo: It's evident from the tone of today's RNS that AFH are bitter, especially after LGT pushed the share price up above their takeover bid price within a few hours of trading (effectively two fingers up at AFH). Nice move LGT.
praipus: Yes seems very quiet except: Helium's investment advisor ISPartners disclosing their holding
topvest: Agreed - it all looks very positive indeed. The "something new" to get the share price moving is definitely SME auto-enrolment. The cynical side of my thinking is that the new options have been awarded before this all gets announced in 2016. The directors will have undoubtedly picked a "good point" to re-base. This will attract some more interest in 2016 I feel. It has been a bit of a dog, but is now fast improving.
graham1ty: Trader, if you know my history offering battle with the Board over excess pay, the delisting and the 2013 bonuses, then you know where I am coming from. While I am thrilled that the Executives have got some skin in the game, I would have like challenging and difficult targets. "If we beat difficult targets, we get to share". I am not sure a 14p share price target is difficult. I hope a 0.7p target is not hard. I want them to sweat a bit on my behalf ( if you can sweat taking the salaries that they do). I hate when targets are set ( the previous scheme) and then abandoned because the Executive no longer feel they are achievable ( and so not an incentive). I would have been happy with double the number of options at 24p, but not at 1p for goodness sake. The Rxecutive could make lots of money from doing what they should be doing anyway.....growing the business a bit
topvest: Yes, good news I feel as they certainly appear to be aiming to at least double the share price from here. All pretty positive here and tops Stockopedia's QVM analysis.
trader2: Graham - appreciate your analysis. Might this put shareholders in a better place? Sure we get the dilution but now the Board see something from any appreciation of the share price.
graham1ty: Nice option grant to the ( overpaid) executives. Nice to get trillions of shares at 1p exercise price. They replace options exercisable at 24p. Now, that would have been a good target, and remember the share price was above there at one stage. So, with no shareholder vote, potentially 15% of the equity snaffled by the Board. I like the 14p target price.....but it all looks a bit rich considering the shenanigans over the last five years.....all a bit controversial. Malcolm must wonder why I have not been all over the Press today. Sorry, Malcolm, been out all day !
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cwa1: Sharesoc comment this am:- Lighthouse Chairman berates dissenting shareholders David Hickey, Chairman of Lighthouse Group, the company proposing controversial delisting plans, has labelled dissenting shareholders and critics as "ill informed or ignorant" as quoted in an article on IFAonline. Despite the share price having halved and shareholders being offered no exit, he claimed that "the approach we are taking is the more honourable route". Shareholder Simon Taylor-Young has objected strongly to this arrogant and patronising comment. He says that shareholders who cannot or do not want to hold unlisted shares have been hung out to dry as the share price halved on the announcement. He condemns a public company Chairman making veiled threats to shareholders when the Chairman said "we could have taken alternative routes without consulting shareholders", and suggests it is ironic that Lighthouse is signed up to the FSA's Treating Customers Fairly initiative (TCF) yet they are treating shareholders so badly. The comparisons that the Chairman makes are misleading or innaccurate. Mr Hickey says that the share price has fallen over ten years from 75p to 3.5p. The share price on 22 July 2002 was 51.5p. It was 5p prior to their announcement. Secondly, in mid 2002, the number of shares in issue was 22.5m. Since then the Company has issued a further 105.2m shares, mainly dilutive, for example the 43.9 million shares issued at an equivalent of 22.5p in April 2008 for the Sumus acquisition. The Chairman has made a price comparison that is extremely misleading. He has failed to address why the Board has done so little to promote the Company and has allowed there to be such a "heavily discounted share price". The Chairman has stated that "Lighthouse is in good financial shape". The Company has failed to explain why it cannot offer an alternative to shareholders who do not back the delisting. The Company has boasted of net cash (and no debt) of £11m compared to the market capitalisation prior to the announcement of just £6m, and at current levels £4m. A tender offer by the Company for shares would actually be earnings enhancing and lift net assets per share. Mr Hickey has commented: "we will keep all the current governance structures in place". However the two current non-Executives "who have particular expertise in quoted companies" will be standing down. Should this be reconsidered as would be more appropriate if the Company wishes to "maintain high standards of corporate governance", is still subject to the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers and has said it might in the future be considering offers for the Company. Mr Taylor-Young urges the Company to withdraw the delisting proposal in its current form. He would like the Company to come back to shareholders with: - An offer to those shareholders who wish to sell at, or at a slight premium to, the pre-announcement price. - The provision of a share trading facility after the delisting. - A statement that, trading circumstances allowing, the dividend will be maintained. - Continued support for independent shareholders by experienced non-Exec Directors. ShareSoc continues to urge shareholders to vote against the delisting until the Company can come up with a better structured proposal.
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