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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Airea Plc LSE:AIEA London Ordinary Share GB0008123027 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 29.50 29.00 30.00 29.50 29.50 29.50 26,768 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 14.6 0.5 0.0 - 13

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/5/2019
10:28
thx for the feedback
alter ego
10/5/2019
10:15
Confident tone at the AGM. Now a much simplified business from a few years ago and they believe they have the products and capacity to grow significantly. Good sales people an issue, particularly in London area, and EBT set up in part to address this - some 35/40 employees likely to be involved and I was happy with explanation given for sale of all CEO shares. Time will tell! Unusual to have board of only three, but does give them agility in decision making. Left with comfortable feeling, but always dyor.
partridge1948
02/5/2019
10:04
I still think getting market price for that volume was a good deal ! Many companies issue shares for management reward which cost nothing. Think of all that cash that could have been dividend ! Lets face it the share price only went up because JHD had a look
bda3490
09/4/2019
11:45
Ebt trust is the royal bank of canada. Thanks Rhom
arregius
09/4/2019
09:46
Perhaps I was a bit hasty selling out. So I've been bought a few back now.
someuwin
08/4/2019
13:03
Thanks rhomboid
irenekent
08/4/2019
12:14
Thanks Rhomboid, that's really helpful information. cheers
illiswilgig
08/4/2019
11:42
I’ve spoken to the company in some detail & I’m happy with what I’ve been told...I believe the primary motivation here was to launch the EBT awards faster than pace it could obtain stock in the market would permit...as a side effect it permitted the CEO to monetise shares which had huge taxable gains on them given he started buying at 5p a share. I’d suggest any holders with concerns to contact the company & draw your conclusions thereafter
rhomboid
08/4/2019
11:11
Yes - and I don't think you are the only one to have taken some off the table today! As I said, notoriously illiquid. I think I will wait it out for the moment. But then my holding is fairly long term, cheers
illiswilgig
08/4/2019
09:36
Made me nervous too illiswilgig and took a good few off the table on the news, let's see how it pans out from here
cheshire man
08/4/2019
09:15
I agree. Not ideal. A little surprised as I have been very happy with management and BoD approach until now. Perhaps there is something I've not quite seen. Aeria shares are notoriously illiquid. It strikes me that if the company had tried to buy this many shares in the market - it would have significantly increased the price - temporarily - probably above that they paid the CEO? Nice for investors - but not good for the company? Likewise, if the CEO had tried to divest so many shares directly on the market - it would likely have pushed down the share price well below the price the company has paid him, and with costs on top. Not good for investors, nor the company? Perhaps there is an argument that this is a pragmatic solution? Avoids the company overpaying, allows the CEO to divest his shares, no additional costs and hopefully minimises the impact of that on investors? Obviously I don't know why the CEO wanted or needed to sell all his shares - but I do note that he doesn't seem to be vastly overpaid? Though of course it is a very small company - but he has performed very well? So I can see he might need the capital? A lot depends upon what happens next - I am now a little nervous, when I wasn't before? cheeers
illiswilgig
05/4/2019
19:57
Not ideal..
rhomboid
05/4/2019
18:57
left a message twice....no ring back
davidosh
05/4/2019
18:55
David..did you ring Paul?
rhomboid
05/4/2019
18:54
A little more than a week ago the share price was 61p to sell and that was only for a few K shares so to get a few million away is anyones guess unless arranging a proper organised secondary placing to investors at an agreed discount so say 55p So the price could have been temporarily inflated by small buyers over the past week. Then bang the CEO manages to sell all his holding privately to the company agreed/requested presumably by the CEO for the ultimate benefit of....err probably the CEO and others.... Is that really within the regulations of quoted company law and approved by a nomad ?
davidosh
05/4/2019
17:13
On reflection, the 72p share price was a bit rich. Always need to put Co first else a little credibility falls away. My advice would have been some sort of WASP from previous 5 days. I wanted to buy some more before 11/4/19 XD for 2p and MrMarket let me in at 66.7. Just caught the knife handle there I think.
steve3sandal
05/4/2019
16:37
I'd presume the CEO is an employee for the purposes of the scheme, which a quick look produces no details of. What sort of % of those shares is he likely to get back free anyway over the next few years? That will still leave him with a stake in the company, but cash in hand too. If that's right the logic for him is pretty good, and doesn't really say much about his views on future performance.
greyingsurfer
05/4/2019
16:21
Its £1.8m+ or 4.5p+/share leaving the business, enabling the CEO to exit at a price that would be unachievable with any other buyer (not good) whilst enabling employees to get performance based share awards in due course (good). If the company had bought the shares at (say) 60p, nobody would be left thinking this was a bit iffy. IMHO.
shanklin
05/4/2019
15:55
So he pockets £1.8M has no more equity and this is in connection with... ...as part of this sale to the EBT, intends to continue to lead the company in this next important phase of its development. It might be he wants the staff to benefit to the exclusion of himself, having already made his dosh. Altruistic by not normal. More likely he knew he wanted to go liquid and would get nowhere near 72p selling in the market. Or he is handing over the reins. Maybe a master stroke - confused... Now the price is back at 73p after dropping to 66p. Weird! A tame insti buying? The company looks well run and smart at the operational level - I will continue holding for the time being and see what happens next.
monty9
05/4/2019
13:39
Well, at least it keeps ownership within the business, and the employees stand to benefit if the business performs!
texas_caddy
05/4/2019
13:30
They go xd next week @2p per share so he has given up £50,212 of dividend. Presumably it was the ideal time for tax reasons as we start a new financial year on Monday. I don't think this is ominous, just helps the company to build an incentive scheme without having to list new shares.
irenekent
05/4/2019
13:26
You’ll find plenty of takers. Did you read that the shares were bought by the EBT and will be earned by employees if they achieve good things in the next 3-5 years.
steve3sandal
05/4/2019
12:14
Time for me to get out of this one.
someuwin
05/4/2019
12:13
'As a result of this transaction Neil Rylance no longer has a beneficial interest in the issued share capital of the Company.' Double hmmmmm..................
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