Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Accrol Gp LSE:ACRL London Ordinary Share GB00BZ6VT592 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 132.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:31:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 135.1 9.4 9.0 14.7 122.78

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/11/2017
18:28
It's free jonwig and tbh many would pay.........personally have learnt a lot reading PP's small cap report in stocko.If a placing is at 50p then it would reaffirm somewhat that the vendors and advisors at IPO were indeed laughing all the way to the bank!.Hope for holders sake that it's not such a heavily discounted placing.DD
discodave4
19/11/2017
14:24
@ paulypilot - thanks for the incisive analysis. And folks pay to read your stuff! @ Kamitora - won't be long before they get a workaround.
jonwig
19/11/2017
13:01
jonwig - thanks for the link tip.
kamitora
19/11/2017
12:03
10p be about right
opodio
19/11/2017
11:38
Thanks for your reply jonwig. You've confirmed what I've been thinking too. I suppose bog rolls are quite appropriate a symbol here really in view of what has happened ................
keyno
19/11/2017
11:30
Keyno - usually it means both. But raising £18m by a rights issue would be lengthy and expensive. More likely would be an institutional placing at a bargain price for the investors. The bit about support from banks by debt rescheduling suggests they aren't at the point of a debt-for-equity swap just yet. The new CEO will be getting a pretty performance bonus if he brings off a recovery.
jonwig
19/11/2017
11:21
Does "stock market investors" mean PI's or just II's can anybody tell me? I'm not registered with The Times and have no intention of so doing. Many thanks. As I've already posted I'm still confused as to why the new man from DS Smith took the job on. Perhaps he is now wondering the same thing! The columnist in Telegraph yesterday whose name escapes me (Rosser?) has these in his portfolio has given an estimate of 40p for them when they eventually re-surface. Perhaps the ex-DS Smith man will be better negotiating price increases with Lidl etc than his predecessor.
keyno
19/11/2017
11:10
80p drop this week then.
pyemckay
19/11/2017
09:49
Kamitora - re your link bug: it's ADVFN's way of punishing us non-paying users. If you capitalise at least one of h, t, t, p it will work ... Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/lidls-loo-roll-maker-accrol-flushes-out-18m-rescue-phv3kcbbm
jonwig
19/11/2017
09:17
Cutting 89 staff will save approx 2 million
haroldthegreat
19/11/2017
08:12
Lidl’s loo roll maker Accrol flushes out £18m rescue Accrol, which makes toilet rolls for Lidl and other retailers, is poised to unveil plans to raise new funds in an effort to escape a cash crisis. The company will this week ask for £18m from stock market investors. New shares are likely to be priced at 50p each; Accrol listed on AIM in June last year at 100p. hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/lidls-loo-roll-maker-accrol-flushes-out-18m-rescue-phv3kcbbm ⬆ (ADVFN link bug - replace with https)
kamitora
11/11/2017
16:24
Doesn’t look good, but much depends on the level of the fine. Hardly makes sense in the U.K. to cause foreclosure on a manufacturer and employer by fixing a penalty at an excessive level, especially when the co is suitably contrite and under new management. However judiciary and politicians are not renowned for common sense, and I fear for shareholders (including me).
dozey3
11/11/2017
09:48
http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/News/15652006.Tissue_firm_announces_89_job_losses_raising_fears_over_its_future/
bsdjj
25/10/2017
13:52
It's the directors who are put on notice, not the company. The FCA hasn't been as robust as it should have in my experience of past issues. As for the NOMAD, Zeus are not the most highly regarded firm in this capacity. Maybe they didn't ask enough questions? Didn't a poster here dig up a local press report from before the IPO about the accident? yes - This from post #173 (1 May 2012 indeed) ... Http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/9680467.Man_gets_hand_stuck_in_Blackburn_factory_machine/173
jonwig
25/10/2017
13:43
...and the nomad responsible for overseeing it and uncovering these embarrassing oversights.
dozey3
25/10/2017
11:47
Grabster I suggest any fine on the company, effectively borne by the current shareholders, would be immoral in the extreme. It is the shareholders who sold out at the IPO, principlly the Hussain family, who should bear all the liability.
stuffee
25/10/2017
10:02
If the company also gets hit by a stockmarket fine (if found guilty of concealing material info at ipo), what sort of level is that additional fine likely to be at?
grabster
24/10/2017
07:22
*twiddles fingers* How long until we get some news, d'you think?
ianfnelson76
13/10/2017
12:08
NorthEdge partner Dan Wright has left too, to pursue other interests .... in an eerie coincidence. He was a key driver of the original ipo. The whole thing stinks. What's the betting, something else crops up.
albert zog
13/10/2017
08:11
D3 Just to emphasise what I believe to have been seriously misleading statements in Accrol's Admission Document, I set out below what the Directors, advised by the heroes from Zeus, stated. The accident happened in May 2016, before its IPO. 11. Litigation There are no governmental, legal or arbitration proceedings in which any Group Company is involved or (so far as the Directors and the Proposed Directors are aware) which are pending or threatened by or against any Group Company, in each case which may have, or have had in the twelve months immediately preceding the date of this Document, a significant effect on the Company’s and/or the Group’s financial position or profitability.
stuffee
12/10/2017
18:54
Stuffee: agree your 237. The vendors should cough up big time for misleading the market. If an impending H&S law suit is not relevant to flotation then wtf is? I believe that here we have a basically sound business, screwed by mistakes of previous owner/directors.
dozey3
12/10/2017
18:16
That doesn't dignify a response
deltrotter
12/10/2017
18:13
Del - do you mean that a manager meaningfully tortured a member of staff by forcing his hand into grinder!
bookbroker
12/10/2017
17:04
I suggest the likely fine by the Health & Safety Executive is not dependent just on the value of the poor employee's digit but is an assessment of its view on Accrol's penalty for operating dangerous kit, for which Accrol have pleaded guilty. The employee may well have a separate action for negligence (probably for a more modest sum). Accrol's Admission Document, for which its directors, advised by Zeus, took responsibility, states that appropriate warranties and indemnities were given by the vendor shareholders. Since Accrol have admitted the offence, the management can not claim ignorance at the time of the IPO. I therefore suggest the Hussain family, the pocketers of £20m from the IPO, directly and indirectly, should be pursued for full recovery; a warranty claim might well be for a far higher amount than just the fine, based on investors' likely losses. Zeus may well also be in firing line. I should warn that this may well take years to settle.
stuffee
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