Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Quayle Munro Hldgs LSE:QYM London Ordinary Share GB0002996717 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% 590.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 5.3 -6.5 -183.4 - 23.53

Quayle Munro Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/11/2016
20:05
Sounds like an exotic holiday. I think I will probably go, it would be nice for the last 2 survivors of this board to meet up. I too am wondering if Morris hasn't got the feel of a "War bond", an asset you can never cash in. I'd like to get a clearer idea of what these guys' strategy might be even though for them it is early days.
joan of arc
31/10/2016
21:08
Hi, yes nice results at last! Looks like their plan is finally coming together. I haven't decided if I am going to the agm I'll decide when I get back from holiday at the weekend The main reason to go would be to hear what they have to say about Morris that they don't want to put in writing in the final results, we might get a steer about future plans I'll keep in touch i think I still have your email on my computer at home Cheers from Peru!
stevie blunder
31/10/2016
19:09
Forget my question - I am clearly losing the plot. It is pretty well the opening sentence on the email. I might be tempted to go if I can think of any worthwhile questions.
joan of arc
31/10/2016
19:05
1 year on Stevie. are you still a holder? An impressive set of results I thought and not even any future pension obligations. IT's only a shame that still does not seem any way of crystalising the Morris investment. Will you be going to the AGM? I couldn't see any details about it.
joan of arc
20/11/2014
11:32
You have mail :-)
stevie blunder
19/11/2014
12:36
Sorry Stevie we didn't connect. Right now I am sinking under about 20 other priorities. All the best and let me know how you got on. I am particularly interested in getting a feel if it still makes good sense as an investment - after all the divi is pretty respectable. On the other hand I still have this doubt as to whether the directors are really on our side and how does that square with the old guards' interests.
joan of arc
19/11/2014
09:20
Hi I am on the stanstead express on my way to the AGM I'm on a mobile but will report back tomorrow Cheers
stevie blunder
18/11/2014
13:29
Stevie are you going to the AGM tomorrow. I have been super busy and completely ballsed up my dates and totally forgot that it was on the 19th. As such I can't now make it. To be honest I haven't looked in any great detail into the accounts either. If you are going let me know and may be I'll have a few questions for you.
joan of arc
04/11/2014
13:02
I'll try and take a look later today or tomorrow and we can compare notes.
joan of arc
03/11/2014
15:46
Annual Report on the website now. Just going through it
stevie blunder
15/10/2014
20:53
Thanks again Stevie
joan of arc
15/10/2014
16:01
It's on the website under Development Capital, listed as an "Exited Investment" I had missed it till today, just stumbled over it. If you do a search on Google News for Duncton, who are the Moneybarn parent, you will see the deal was done in August. Here is the announcement of the deal from Provident Financial: http://www.investegate.co.uk/provident-fin-plc---pfg-/rns/acquisition-of-moneybarn/201408140700041136P/ The board of directors (the "board") of Provident Financial plc ("Provident Financial" or the "group"), the leading UK non-standard lender, announces that it has agreed to acquire the entire issued share capital of Duncton Group Limited for £120 million (the "acquisition"). Duncton Group Limited and its subsidiaries operate under the Moneybarn brand, and together form the UK's largest non-standard vehicle finance group ("Moneybarn"). ---------------------------------------- According to the presentation last November QYM had 2.72% valued at 300k, so the uplift is just under 3 million, just over 60p per stapled A&C share, ie us. Edit: it's the A and B shares that are stapled. But the value does accrue to the A and C shares. Maybe they will make a special divi? Would be nice. Good news on a down day anyway.
stevie blunder
15/10/2014
15:16
Yes, interesting. But as I recall from the last set of accounts once they have paid salaries and commissions there is not much of a contribution from the service side of the business left for us. Where did you see that about Moneybarn and to which class of shareholders would the proceeds go to?
joan of arc
15/10/2014
08:54
I also see that they have sold out of Moneybarn. Hopefully at a good price after they said it had had a "transformational" year in 2013.
stevie blunder
15/10/2014
08:35
Website has had an update, worth a look. They have also hired a new team from Cannacord. Looks ambitious, hope the brought their client book!
stevie blunder
10/10/2014
17:24
Thanks Stevie, I'll look into it and see if I can make it.
joan of arc
10/10/2014
10:01
AGM is now on 19th Nov at 12:00 with presentation to shareholders at 11:00 I have my flight booked and should be on central London by 10. My flight back isn't till evening.
stevie blunder
23/9/2014
18:10
Great question for the AGM!
stevie blunder
23/9/2014
12:21
But how or when will ever realise that asset?
joan of arc
23/9/2014
07:39
It will be worth watching the flotation of Miller Homes announced today to get a feel for a read-across value for Morris: http://www.investegate.co.uk/miller-homes-plc/rns/intention-to-float---ukla/201409230700403173S/
stevie blunder
17/8/2014
21:05
Will do :-)
stevie blunder
17/8/2014
11:04
Keep in touch and let me know nearer the time re the AGM. Also you got the final results last time before I did so please give me a 'heads up' on that when you know.
joan of arc
16/8/2014
21:25
Hi, I agree there is little coming up on the Transactions page, which could be worrying. However they said at the interim stage that: "We have a healthy pipeline of potential and mandated assignments for the remainder of the period, and we are cautiously optimistic that we will deliver a satisfactory profit for the period to 30 September 2014." The reason for the change of year end was that a lot of transactions closed in the summer months so that a September year end was more appropriate. Hopefully we shall see more evidence of that. Last year the share dealing form was sent out 18th Nov so I would expect similar this year. I will try to get to the AGM this year since they have quietly dropped the promised Edinburgh meeting.
stevie blunder
16/8/2014
12:47
Stevie, I just took a look at the QYM website to check on dates and I noticed that they are getting virtually zilch advisory work compared to last year which seems a mile from their confidence at the interim report stage. Take a look and tell me what you think. PS. When is the next share auction date, do you know?
joan of arc
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