Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anexo Group Plc LSE:ANX London Ordinary Share GB00BF2G3L29 ORD 0.05P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -2.24% 131.00 83,567 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
127.00 135.00 131.00 131.00 131.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 78.51 22.39 16.40 8.0 152
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:22:51 O 763 130.895 GBX

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Anexo Daily Update: Anexo Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ANX. The last closing price for Anexo was 134p.
Anexo Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 125p and a 12 week average price of 120p.
The 1 year high share price is 187p while the 1 year low share price is currently 103.50p.
There are currently 116,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 26,932 shares. The market capitalisation of Anexo Group Plc is £151,960,000.
thetrotsky: Would anybody care to briefly itemise the "serious points" in the Shareprophets's report. I would hazard that the biggest risk areas identified in the report are the trade receivables, and the impairment thereof, and accrued income. Given the nature of both the legal services (no-win, no-fee) and credit hire provided, there is no other realistic way to account for the potential income. To assume that there will be no income would be just as wrong from an accounting perspective as to assume that all the potential billable work will be recoverable. It does unfortunately mean that we are reliant on both the management's and independent auditors' judgement in these matters in assessing a true and fair view (not an exact view). It should also be born in mind that many of these legal cases can drag on for years before they are settled and, in the meantime, no income or cash is realised (the ongoing work has to be funded from free cashflow, loans and/or fund raisings). Furthermore, cash flow requirements are being further exasperated by business expansion. QED the need for regular, new cash injections at present is not that surprising. As to the three directors selling a 29% interest to DBAY, it's certainly my preference that they should sell to a long-term investor rather than constantly selling shares into the market, as and when they are permitted, and depressing the share price. Even after the sale to DBAY the three directors will still own 38% of the company, which is not insignificant. PIs always seem to get spooked by directors selling and yet would not themselves invest all of their capital in one share. It's double standards. Within reason, directors selling should be seen as a prudent spreading of personal risk and, in this instance, the three directors had far more exposure than would normally be advisable IMHO
sphere25: Updated the post above. Very serious allegations in the report and it would appear they tie in with the hastiness of directors to sell as much as they can down at price levels even significantly below pre-crisis levels. The price today is just an illusion, there is no bid in any size this morning. Legal proceedings to follow against the directors here, or as per most cases, easy money for pumping and dumping? It will be an interesting watch. Always a good idea to keep a track of the suspect ones imo. That's where the bigger market learning's come from. You don't learn as much for the good uns!
jaf111: Lots to like in today's RNS....not just new major shareholder but underlying trading going well..... Share price up but still below 150p purchase price by DBAY, and expect this to move considerably higher over coming weeks.
jaf111: Have to concur ronwilkes123....rather disappointed with the results.... Expect price now to drift down.
jaf111: Good question ronwilkes123 which I cannot answer! But what I will say is that the share price, despite the recent rise, is only back to the level it was in April when the initial High Court Judgment was announced. IMHO the upside is significant....
tole: @AnexoPLC's legal services division Bond Turner is delighted that The Court of Appeal has refused Volkswagen permission to appeal the decision that it tried to cheat clean air regulations. This decision is hugely significant to the legal action case. $ANXUpdate on their Twitter.
jaf111: Surprised by recent drift down in below 125p placing in May. Interims due later this month which may provide a catalyst for a change.
tole: Placing to support growth opportunitiesAnexo has placed 6 million new shares at a price of 125p to raise approximately £7.5 million before expenses. In addition, three senior members of the management team have sold 2.8 million shares at the same price. The placing and the team's sales represent 5.5% and 2.55% respectively of the Group's existing capital. The net proceeds from the primary placing will be used to expand the advocacy and specialist litigation team, headed by Executive Chairman, Alan Sellers, with specific emphasis on funding the acquisition and processing of VW emissions cases. It will also continue recruitment in the legal services business and increase the fleet size. The placing will also support small opportunistic acquisitions. A brief trading update reveals that, although new case numbers were impacted by fewer cars on the road in the early stages of lockdown (and have subsequently recovered steadily), this was mitigated by longer hire periods. Anexo continued to be cash generative in the first four months of 2020 and retains a positive outlook.
74tom: Bought in this morning having watched for a long while - the VW news in Germany this weekend was very positive & this is one of the few shares yet to recover from the Covid induced plummet at the end of March. Little reason this shouldn't recoved to 170 + quite quickly. Also worth noting that Finncap had a £3.45 target price prior to guidance being withdrawn & that this didn't include anything for the potential VW settlement...
tole: Be interesting to see which institution has picked these up.Anexo Group plc (AIM: ANX), the specialist integrated credit hire and legal services provider, announces that, in response to institutional demand, certain directors and PDMRs of the Group have sold ordinary shares of 0.05 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") as follows:Alan Sellers, Executive Chairman, sold 1,305,000 Ordinary Shares in the Company, at an average price of 150 pence per shareSamantha Moss, Bond Turner Managing Director, sold 1,305,000 Ordinary Shares in the Company, at an average price of 150 pence per shareTina Slater, Sales Director, sold 290,000 Ordinary Shares in the Company, at an average price of 150 pence per share
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