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Anexo Group Plc LSE:ANX London Ordinary Share GB00BF2G3L29 ORD 0.05P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -1.05% 142.00 77,784 14:08:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
141.00 143.00 143.50 142.00 143.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 86.75 15.49 10.80 13.1 165
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:16:14 O 38 141.00 GBX

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20/9/2021
09:20
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 143.50p.
Anexo Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 133p and a 12 week average price of 122.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 152p while the 1 year low share price is currently 115.50p.
There are currently 116,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 75,243 shares. The market capitalisation of Anexo Group Plc is £164,720,000.
02/9/2021
14:25
boozey: So we are basically back to where we were before bid talks were called off. So nearly bought more first thing in the morning after that RNS when the price sank to 124p to buy. But didn't. He who hesitates in the markets!
30/8/2021
18:08
value_spotting: Hey all! Check out my latest piece on Anexo Group Plc. hxxps://eddielloydcom.wordpress.com/2021/08/30/bought-anexo-group-plc-22-5yr-historical-cagr-10x-current-ev-ebit/ My key takeaways: Advantages - My multi scenario model, with special consideration of risk of default, results in fair value between 26% & 48% above the current SP; - The business performance has little correlation with the performance of the wider economy, offering genuine diversification; - The business has been growing at speed, with revenue growing at a CAGR of 22% over the last 4 years; - Backlog of 20,000 cases following impact of COVID-19 provides strong pipeline of revenue; - Management still has a controlling ownership in the business, with the joint shareholding of Alan Sellers (Chairman) & Samantha Moss (MD of Bond Turner) exceeding 50%; - Continued interest from private equity (who currently own 29% shareholding) provides a strong indication of value in the business; - Market share currently only 2.5%, providing ample room for further expansion; - Relatively low P/B ratio of 1.4x, which is due to large amount of working capital required in the business. Key risks - The business model is underpinned by a ruling by the House of Lords whereby non-fault accident victims have the right to recover credit hire rates from third party insurers, there is therefore a key risk that further developments in case law disrupt the business; - Risk of further approaches from DBAY at undervalue.
20/8/2021
20:29
tole: https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/small-cap-round-up-featuring-anexo-group-surface-transforms-gattaca/Anexo Group (LON:ANX) – bid talks are off, shares are now a buyThe potential bid by DBAY Advisors is off the table and the credit hire and legal services provider can get back to business again.Chairman Alan Sellers, who was involved in the approach, commented that "The group's activities continue to accelerate as UK lockdown measures ease, especially with the imminent release of pent-up case settlements as the UK Courts system begins to open. Cash collections remain consistently high and, with road users increasing, the number of vehicles on the road is reaching record levels."It appears that trading is ahead of expectations, but we will know more on Monday 13 September when the group announces its interim results to end June.Analyst Andrew Simms at Arden Partners rates the shares as a 'buy'. Upping his estimates, he now goes sees sales of £97m (£86.8m) for the current year to end December and adjusted pre-tax profits of £21.5m (£16.1m), with earnings jumping from 11.4p to 14.8p and covering a 2p (1.5p) dividend per share.Simms is confident enough of the group's trading prospects to pencil in £111.6m of revenues for next year, generating £26.1m of profits and 18p of earnings, with a 2.4p dividend per share.Arden has put out a 280p price objective for the shares, which fell back 8.5p to 133p on news that bid discussions had ended.At that level, I would suggest that they are worth jumping into ahead of the interims.
18/8/2021
22:33
p1nkfish: My take, DBAY will be back. The 30% will not be sold. Price will respond as results show through.
18/8/2021
12:56
metis20: The July 21 extension RNS was issued at 16:31 hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/ANX/pusu-extension/15068328
21/7/2021
17:43
metis20: Deadline extended hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/ANX/pusu-extension/15068328 Discussions between the parties remain ongoing and in accordance with Rule 2.6(c) of the Code, the Company has requested, and the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers (the "Takeover Panel") has consented to, an extension to the deadline by which DBAY is required either to announce a firm intention to make an offer for Anexo in accordance with Rule 2.7 of the Code or to announce that it does not intend to make an offer, in which case the announcement will be treated as a statement to which Rule 2.8 of the Code applies. Such announcement must now be made by not later than 5.00pm on 18 August 2021. This deadline can be extended by the Board of Anexo, with the consent of the Takeover Panel.
23/6/2021
08:35
northstar88: Exactly P1nkfish. Looks a done deal from day 1 and this was my fear when Dbay entered the fray and bought circa 30%. I think Alan wants to retire and is taking the opportunity at the expense of delivering what is best for shareholders. The share price was much higher than this 2 years ago and it was still cheap then. 150p is very poor.
23/6/2021
08:08
p1nkfish: Unlikely I think. No one has shown any interest at all. Its a done deal imho with the insiders in on DBAY's possible offer. At least if you on on register at close 25th June there is also the 1p dividend that remains intact and doesn't come off the offer price. "The Board is pleased to propose a final dividend of 1.0 pence per share which, if approved at the Annual General Meeting to be held on 16 June 2021, will be paid on 20 July 2021 to those shareholders on the register at the close of business on 25 June 2021. The shares will become ex-dividend on 24 June 2021. An interim dividend of 0.5 pence per share was paid on 23 September 2020 and that combined with the final dividend takes the total dividend for the year to 1.5 pence per share (2019: 1.5 pence per share)."
20/6/2021
16:33
tole: https://masterinvestor.co.uk/latest/small-cap-round-up-featuring-amino-tech-anexo-avingtrans-and-more/Anexo Group (LON:ANX) – claims to be betterThe pre-AGM statement from this specialist integrated credit hire and legal services provider detailed that overall trading is in line with management expectations. That is despite travel restrictions and a massive build-up of cases awaiting court.Arden Partners analyst Andrew Simms rates the shares as a 'buy' with a price objective of 280p. For the current year to end-December he is looking for sales to rise from £86.8m to £94.1m, with adjusted pre-tax profits rising from £16.1m to £20.6m, worth 14.2p in earnings.For 2022 his estimates are £104.3m sales and £24.7m profits, with 17p of earnings.The shares at 140p are expected to pick up as lockdowns end.My price objective remains the same.(Profile 23.04.20 @ 134p set a Target Price of 175p)
28/4/2021
16:36
sphere25: So all very bullish here buttttt..... Is it me or do the directors REALLY want to de-risk here? 29/05/2020 Placing as well as director dumping: "In addition, the Company has been notified that Alan Sellers, Samantha Moss and Valentina Slater (together the "Sellers") intend to sell in aggregate up to 2,800,000 existing Ordinary Shares (the "Sale Shares" and together with the New Ordinary Shares, the "Placing Shares"), representing approximately 2.55 per cent. of the existing issued share capital of the Company at the Placing Price (the "Secondary Placing" and together with the Primary Placing, the "Placing"). " 12/11/2020 More director dumping: "DBAY has agreed to acquire a minority stake of 29.0% of the issued share capital of the Group from Alan Sellers, Samantha Moss and Valentina Slater at a price of 150 pence per share" Yes, yes...DBAY are buying...woo...happy days, but the insider moves carry more weight imo. Interesting how keen they are to want out here considering how cheap the valuation appears - odd behaviour. Surely you hang on? Surely if you're bullish about your company and the prospects, you don't sell in size particularly not at recent lows at a big discount to pre-covid levels. Surely you at least wait for the market to recover and realise more, even if there is some form of discount to be applied at that point. In such a bullish market, when any ole garbage can rally, surely that is realistic? If it comes good, then the price must have a chance of doubling, right? We all know Simon Thompson is a major market mover with a very significant 1.30 million shares traded today. That is also particularly notable in light of how the volume is split i.e. no substantial blocks accounting for the bulk of the moves. I can see why folk would jump on board here. Simon Thompson is reputable and there are alot of traders who try and piggyback the momentum of tips (myself included), but someone is clearly getting out here because the price has actually dropped on whopping demand today. They are clearly apprehensive about this company. Normally I'd say there is a overhang and the shares could rally post the overhang (not to say it can't eventually here and folk can profit), but there is a bad smell around this company, so giving this one a wide berth. There has been a big report out (I know it has been ignored for the most part and it was on ShareProphets etc etc) citing issues here: - Breaching FCA standards - Lack of cash generation with disconnect between operating cash flow and net profit with the regular need to raise funds - Accounting irregularities including being reminiscent of Quindell - Concerns over the business model - IPO prospectus being a work of fiction with inappropriate accounting policies being used to conceal impairments - Related party and governance concerns I want to be bullish, and you know you get stick for saying negative or balanced things on these boards, but the director moves and noises (only noises) around this company are peculiar. Just highlight some issues for folk. Go on...eff and blind now. Go on....get that Sphere guy with his de-ramping...the effing so and so :-) I am not coming back anyway ha All imo DYOR
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