Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Admiral Group LSE:ADM London Ordinary Share GB00B02J6398 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +18.00p +0.96% 1,898.00p 1,897.00p 1,898.00p 1,901.00p 1,892.00p 1,892.00p 127,113 09:56:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 1,016.8 278.4 78.7 24.1 5,412.42

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2017
08:42
Can see this dropping back to £18 level
trt
16/8/2017
12:14
DeanForester - Possibly. What has happened to the phased return of additional capital linked to the new Solvency II regime? See below from the 2016 Interims... HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/admiral-group-plc--adm-/gnw/admiral-group-plc-results-for-the-six-months-en---/20160817070038H5549/ The Group's dividend policy is to pay 65% of post-tax profits as a normal dividend and to pay a further special dividend comprising earnings not required to be held in the Group for solvency or buffers. The Group entered into the new Solvency II regime in January with surplus capital and is returning additional capital to shareholders in a phased manner, up to the first half of 2018. The current expectation is for the total additional return on capital to be in the region of £100 million - £150 million. The Directors have declared a total interim dividend of 62.9 pence per share (£174.7 million), comprising three elements, > 36.8 pence per share normal dividend; > A special dividend of 14.2 pence per share; and > A further additional return of capital of 11.9 pence per share, representing an element of surplus capital not required for solvency as noted above. The normal and special elements total 51.0 pence per share, in line with the total interim dividend for 2015. The additional special element of 11.9 pence per (£33 million) is the second instalment of the additional returns of capital referred to above...
speedsgh
16/8/2017
11:35
Total paid out at last year's interim was 51p plus 11.9p return of capital, 62.9p total. This year, 37.9p plus 18.1p special, 56p total. Maybe that's the reason.
deanforester
16/8/2017
09:13
Results seem OK to me - anyone know why the drop? Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
16/8/2017
08:48
ADM,Hit hard 6% down, seeing profits are up !
garycook
16/8/2017
08:19
Interim Results - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/admiral-group-plc--adm-/gnw/admiral-group-plc-results-for-the-six-months-en---/20170816070005H7367/ Comment from David Stevens, Group Chief Executive Officer: "The first half of 2017 saw Admiral ambitious in pursuit of both immediate and longer-term growth opportunities. "We've grown turnover and customer numbers in our existing businesses by over 13% while also delivering a first half of important "firsts" - the first loans originated on our new dedicated lending system, the first cars sold on Confused.com, the first vans directly underwritten in the UK and Spain. "Most of the adverse impact from the increase in the costs of large injury claims, resulting from the change in the Ogden discount rate, was captured in our 2016 second half result. However, some extra costs carry into 2017. In these circumstances, we are happy to report a marginal increase in profitability and to deliver a more material increase in the underlying dividend." Dividend The Directors have declared an interim dividend of 56.0 pence per share, representing a normal dividend of 37.9 pence per share and a special dividend of 18.1 pence per share. The dividend will be paid on 6 October 2017. The ex-dividend date is 7 September 2017 and the record date is 8 September 2017.
speedsgh
03/5/2017
14:39
buying ahead of Dividend payment !!
stoxx67
08/3/2017
13:41
Preliminary Results - HTTP://www.investegate.co.uk/admiral-group-plc--adm-/gnw/admiral-group-plc---results-for-the-year-ended----/20170308070023H5986/ Comment from David Stevens, Group Chief Executive Officer "My first full year as CEO, and after 25 years of almost uninterrupted profit growth under my predecessor, profits are down a quarter! Not exactly a flying start! On the other hand our ability to grow our businesses rapidly, both in the UK and overseas, and to absorb the shock of an eccentric government decision on discount rates while delivering a 37% return on equity and again paying a substantial dividend is a tribute to the health of the business and resilience of our model. I am also delighted that for a record 17th year in a row, Admiral Group has continued its success in the Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For, placing 2nd, our joint highest position ever." Dividend The Directors have proposed a final dividend of 51.5 pence, representing a normal dividend of 15.0 pence per share and a special dividend of 36.5 pence per share. The dividend will be paid on 2 June 2017. The ex-dividend date is 11 May 2017 and the record date is 12 May 2017. New CEO re his priorities... My priorities for the forthcoming year are set out below. I expect them to remain my priorities for a number of years to come. > Ensure Admiral remains one of, if not the, best car insurers in the UK... > Demonstrate Admiral can be a great car insurer beyond the UK... > Develop sources of growth and profits beyond car insurance... > Ensure Admiral stays a great place to work... CFO re Ogden... "The Group anticipates that if UK market pricing adjusts future premiums to reflect the lower Ogden rate, there will be no significant impact on future business and its profitability after the change. The Group is confident that its strong capital position, along with its prudent approach to claims reserving, will allow it to manage the outcome without significant change to its business or long term financial outlook."
speedsgh
28/2/2017
10:00
6.6% dividend yield should back up a possible rise in the share price
jacko41
27/2/2017
20:51
What an absolutely ridiculous decision by the Government. Guaranteed to add 5% to insurance premiums from March and destabilising the insurance industry in the meantime as none of the companies were projecting such a low discount rate and this hits their capital surpluses. To me a negative discount rate is ridiculous. I'm an accountant and don't see discount rates below 1% on anything I look at. Having a negative discount rate looks and is totally ridiculous and a direct result of printing money. The government are stoking up massive inflation for later in the year. First food and energy, now insurance. What next?
topvest
27/2/2017
09:43
Statement re Ogden Discount Rate - HTTP://www.investegate.co.uk/admiral-group-plc--adm-/gnw/admiral-group-plc---statement-re-ogden-discount---/20170227072319H2144/ Admiral Group plc notes today's announcement by the Lord Chancellor of a change from 2.5% to -0.75% in the discount rate used by the courts in England and Wales to calculate personal injury damages awards, commonly referred to as the Ogden discount rate. In order for the impact of the new rate to be reflected in the Company's 2016 results, Admiral has decided to postpone the preliminary announcement of the results for the year ended 31 December 2016 from 1 March 2017 to 8 March 2017. The reduction in the discount rate will have the effect of increasing the cost of personal injury claims, therefore also increasing the ultimate loss ratio for all business written up to the effective date, part of which will be earned and part unearned. The majority of the financial impact in respect of premiums earned during 2016 and prior years will be reflected as a one-off charge against 2016 second half profits. The balance (along with the impact on business written but unearned at the date of change) will be recognised as lower reserve releases and profit commission mainly over the subsequent three to five financial years as the affected claims settle. The estimated total net financial impact1 of all claims settling at the new rate is £140m to £175m. The estimated net financial impact on 2016 reported profit is £70m to £100m. Given the Group's strong capital position, and reflecting the non-recurring nature of this charge, the Group expects to maintain the final dividend at last year's level of 51.5 pence per share, notwithstanding the reduced level of second-half reported profits. The Group anticipates that if market pricing adjusts future premiums to reflect the lower discount rate, there will be no significant impact on future business and its profitability after the change. The Group is also confident that its strong capital position, along with its prudent approach to claims reserving, will allow it to address the outcome without significant change to its business or long term financial outlook. Admiral notes the announcement by the Lord Chancellor of her decision to review the framework under which the rate is set and looks forward to the prompt conclusion of the review. Further information (including in relation to the potential for future returns of surplus capital to shareholders) will be provided with the results announcement on 8 March 2017.
speedsgh
04/2/2017
04:45
Insurance champion Admiral (LSE: ADM) looks to me to be another top stock that’s currently too cheap to pass up. Shares in Admiral are trading at a forward P/E of 16.8, which may seem expensive at first glance but Admiral is a long-term growth story. Over the next three years, City analysts expect the group to increase pre-tax profits by around 30%. Further growth could be on the cards if the company’s international operations report maiden profitability. Admiral’s steady growth is complemented by a 6.6% dividend yield. Such a combination of growth and income is usually tough to find so shares in the firm may be worth snapping up before the market catches on to this opportunity.
garycook
03/2/2017
16:31
Did you light the fuse Gary with mr Beazley
linton5
25/1/2017
16:14
lol they've Sussed out it's a bargain mms searching for shares lately
linton5
24/1/2017
04:07
Seems that way.SP recovered from 1680 to 1750.
garycook
23/1/2017
11:25
This is a steal under 17 for sure
linton5
23/1/2017
10:53
They know all bout fines in the $billions...
fenners66
23/1/2017
09:20
I'm on the button
linton5
23/1/2017
08:50
And the fall has gathered some pace this morning , any known reasons for today's fall?
fenners66
18/1/2017
22:39
I think you have answered your own question there Linton, everyone thinks as you do, why buy today if they are down tomorrow?
fenners66
18/1/2017
16:07
I can't fathom this stock out pru and Aviva and a couple more never get hammered but admiral does, they have a great divi policy and results are always positive but down they go. Gonna buy some of these soon
linton5
13/1/2017
11:42
Keep an eye on Clln essentialinvestor
linton5
13/1/2017
11:34
Could there be an opportunity for DLG to take share from Admiral in this case?, if the FT report is accurate.
essentialinvestor
13/1/2017
01:03
The 'Ogden' tables help actuaries, lawyers and others calculate the lump sum compensation due in personal injury and fatal accident cases. There has been a change to the calculation - see markets live FT
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