Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Northamber LSE:NAR London Ordinary Share GB00B2Q99X01 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% 31.00p 30.00p 32.00p 31.00p 31.00p 31.00p 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 61.8 -1.2 -4.4 - 8.73

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03/11/2016
12:12
Its a large holding ego thingy...
diku
01/11/2016
00:03
I also sold out of here as they show no signs of returning the assets to shareholders and are happy to continually make losses on a failing business. I thought the appointment of a director with significant property experience might herald a change of direction but I was wrong. Arthur
arthur_lame_stocks
31/10/2016
17:22
Hi Glen, I also reviewed the results here and saw no reason to regret having exited this investment. Breakeven still seems very far away, let alone an acceptable return on capital employed. It is a shame that so much value could sit idle for so long but there is nothing that can be done about it.
rndm355
31/10/2016
15:26
The same old story - only worse this year. Maybe they'll breakeven in a couple of years. Maybe. Glad I'm out of this one as David Phillips shows no sign of stopping the throwing of good money after bad. I wish those of you still hopeful that the directors will return the £20m+ (68p) of shareholders' funds the best of luck. I, together with some others, tried to persuade them - and failed. Glen
profdoc
26/7/2016
08:24
Anyone know anything about John and Sarah Rockliff who declared a combined holding of 1,000,000 shares in March?
sleepy
26/7/2016
00:37
Nothing going on here, I attended a few AGMs. Management in denial about the economics of the industry. They just enjoy owning a company. The son is working there now so it might continue indefinitely, assuming they can eventually get back to break even. Tempting to think you could get a return of capital or a special divi some day but chances are slim that it will be any time soon. Dividend cut this year was a bad omen.
rndm355
25/7/2016
21:12
Only holding a small amount for sentimental value as I started the thread. I sold up months ago. Keeping a watchful eye though.
battlebus2
25/7/2016
20:57
ah battlebus Are you here too? I bought a few shares today but there does not seem to be any stock around hence the rise.
hybrasil
25/7/2016
20:08
Seems to have bounced of the bottom??
battlebus2
22/3/2016
19:00
After 22 March
sleepy
22/3/2016
00:31
After 21 March
sleepy
15/3/2016
09:19
Yes - they have been getting progressively later 2012 - 21 February 2013 - 27 February 2014 - 7 March 2015 - after 20 March (edited not foretold!)
sleepy
15/3/2016
08:54
Interims quite late this year
hybrasil
22/2/2016
18:26
Interesting that their new non exec has a background in property. Could this mean that they are finally going to try and realise some of the value in the balance sheet?
arthur_lame_stocks
22/2/2016
13:55
Northamber is pleased to be able to announce the appointment of Geoff Walters as a non-executive director of the Company with immediate effect and he will also chair the Company's audit committee. Commenting on the appointment, Chairman David Phillips said "Geoff brings to the post a vast experience in a wide range of industries and an extensive knowledge of financial matters and experience of the City. After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with Binder Hamlyn London, he held positions as Finance Director or Company Secretary in companies mainly in the property and construction sector such as Priest Marians Holdings PLC, Antler Property Corporation and Kajima Europe UK Holding Limited as well as being Group Accountant at Rosehaugh PLC. He is an Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales." Geoffrey Paul Walters, aged 64, is or has been in the previous 5 years, a director of the following companies:
battlebus2
17/12/2015
10:32
Profdoc - very much hope so but won't believe it until I see it
sleepy
17/12/2015
10:29
This year is the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice in Wonderland. For some reason the AGM made me think of the Mad Hatters Tea Party. Wonder why?
sleepy
17/12/2015
10:20
Perhaps they'll take the company private?
netnut
17/12/2015
09:59
What do they mean by "capital structure" and "capital efficiencies" I wonder. Somewhat ambiguous, but do you think some of what we said is, on second thoughts once the directors had time to digest, being considered valid? Glen
profdoc
16/12/2015
21:04
From Google News Northamber Says Properties Likely To Be Worth More Than Existing Book Values Tue, 15th Dec 2015 17:33 LONDON (Alliance News) - Northamber PLC on Tuesday said its chairman has noted that "based on indications received" the value of both properties are "likely to be greater than their existing book values, subject to planning permission". Outlining the company's performance and strong financial position at its annual meeting of shareholders, Chairman David Phillips "noted that consideration continued to be given to the property and the capital structure of the company, so as to best support both the business and its capital efficiencies", Northamber said. Shares in Northamber were untraded on Tuesday, closing at 35.00 pence. By Samuel Agini; samagini@alliancenews.com; @samuelagini Copyright 2015 Alliance News Limited. All Rights Reserved. Alliance News
sleepy
16/12/2015
17:39
It does seem that they have absolutely no intention of creating any interest in these shares what so ever. profdoc - After reading the newletter maybe I should read your book as I think it will put me ahead of the Northamber management. (You couldn't blame anyone for thinking that the management seem quite content with the status quo as long as they can draw an income. After all everyone's got a job haven't they!)
netnut
16/12/2015
15:06
Northamber’s AGM's update on assets - its stuffed with them, but.... Yesterday’s AGM was very interesting. The Board were very welcoming to the five shareholders who made the effort. There is a lot more value in the property portfolio than shown in the balance sheet. And there is a reasonably good chance that both the warehouse and the offices will be sold with the company piling up cash. This will add to the £5.4m already there (no debt, no pension deficit). Market capitalisation is 37p x 28.1m shares = £10.4m The warehouse is situated on an estate near to Tesco and M&S. The directors of Northamber are actively considering the possibility of sale (nothing definite) at a sum much more than the £6.7m Northamber paid. I’m guessing here (no inside knowledge), but given its location £10m or so might be possible. They are also considering the sale of the office in Chessington, which already has planning permission for conversion to 28 flats. My guess here is around £2.5m to £3m could be wrung out of a property developer. So, if all that comes to pass the company could have £18m of cash with a market capitalisation of £10.4m. Interesting. On top of that the operating business has inventory of £4.5m and receivables of £10.1m offset by payables (the only liability) of £7.8m. Perhaps £5m or so could be extracted from these assets? Also, there were some indications that the company has in recent months managed to occasionally go into the black. But there is a problem: The BoD made it very plain in a long discussion that they are minded to reinvest the money received in the operating business – yes, the same operating business that lost a total of £3m over the last 5 years. However, they do offer a variation on the theme. They are trying to eliminate “empty revenues” and concentrate on the strategy of Value-added narrow lining (see my earlier Newsletters http://newsletters.advfn.com/deepvalueshares), meaning that....
profdoc
11/12/2015
12:58
Let's hop the AGM will hold some promising. 'Annual General on 15 December 2015'
netnut
23/11/2015
12:04
Thank you Arthur. I have only just noticed your post. Yes I too have bought PRES. I dont know any of the shares you mention with the exception of HYDG and like you I dont like recruiters. I'll come back when I have done my homework. Your very full post is much appreciated.
hybrasil
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