Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arbuthnot Banking Group LSE:ARBB London Ordinary Share GB0007922338 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,405.00p 1,380.00p 1,430.00p - - - 909 05:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 6.5 43.9 32.0 205.40

Arbuthnot Banking Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/10/2018
21:54
Playing out a classic head and shoulders chart pattern. They're not getting my shares !
superadams
02/10/2018
21:16
Big drop. Any particular reason known or simply general worries? I see STB is down a whack as well.
pvb
02/8/2018
10:34
Hardman & Co interview discussing ARBB half-year results INTERVIEW - http://bit.ly/2LYsAC9 Q&A - http://bit.ly/2KktDHr
astonedt
17/7/2018
07:26
Not much action in the shares today with results. No Board interest and wide spread depresses interest in the stock.
retsius
04/4/2018
09:37
Graham Neary (of stockopedia) reviewed the results on March 28 and was generally positive. hTtps://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-wed-28-mar-2018-arbb-inl-wink-dfs-346423/ "Given return on equity in the private bank is at 10% and rising, that suggests a possible undervaluation to me. I can get higher ROE than this elsewhere, but only at a significant premium to NAV. If I only have to pay book value or less, then I'm be happy to earn a consistent 10% ROE in today's market. The balance sheet is leveraged about 8 times, which to my mind is a modest level (for context, Lloyds Banking (LON:LLOY) is leveraged 16x). Though we also have to bear in mind that STB's leverage is not shown on Arbuthnot's balance sheet. I'll keep this on my watchlist - I think this could be a nice share to own for the long-term."
glawsiain
03/4/2018
19:04
Yes, I've already doubled up on STB! Both are run by very well respected and prudent management teams. Investor choice in this sector is Arbuthnot / Secure Trust at the most prudent end and the Woodford debt leveraged Non-Standard Finance / Provident Financial at the racy seat of the pants end of the banking spectrum. I know what i prefer at this point in the cycle!!
topvest
03/4/2018
18:09
I believe they still hold nearly 20% of STB which did rather well last month.
dendria
03/4/2018
16:58
I might be tempted to top up here soon. A quality bank if there ever was one!
topvest
02/4/2018
10:22
Final results, from 28 March: HTTPS://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/arbuthnot-banking-ARBB/share-news/Arbuthnot-Banking-Group-PLC-Final-Results/77050357
pvb
12/3/2018
17:59
I managed to get another small slice at 1290 today with a limit order - not easy to buy.
dendria
08/2/2018
11:12
Anley - looks like setback time...have you gathered any in? I took a slice this morning at 1308. I was hoping to get under 1300 this week but just missed it.
dendria
01/8/2017
10:18
Much undervalued - see Hardman Research dated 27 July 2017. As I have said in a recent post its difficult to buy these shares so any setback I try and gather them in.......so far so good but its a bore.
anley
23/7/2017
17:32
All rather bizarre to include estimated Secure Trust results based on consensus earnings, particularly given that is the most material contribution to profits. Surprised that they don't wait until Secure Trust announces their results as they will certainly need to do that at the year end if they want the results audited. Suspect they might sell down their investment further to avoid this problem. Anyway private banking seems to be close to breaking into profit. Held back by high Corporate costs so its still difficult to value Arbuthnot. Nothing changes there then. Happy to hold though as long as Sir Henry Angest is running the show.
topvest
18/7/2017
15:39
The Half Yearly report whichshows how AB is going to become a cash machine but everyone is going to have to wait for a year or so. But as my holding is now tucked up and away in an ISA that is where it will stay until I see a 25% return ie £15.75p.
anley
17/7/2017
21:46
So what's new?
pvb
12/7/2017
17:15
The post by PVB is from April and here we are in mid July.........he needs to keep abreast. You have to remember that this company is controlled by the Chairman and Liontrust so its up to them what they do with the business. That only leaves just over 35% float so that is why its difficult to deal in the shares. I have had to buy as and when all the way down but using Pound Cost Averaging I am doing OK as I know the time will come when the two shareholders will pass this business on to another party and my ISA will be the beneficiary. In the meantime I am buying assets at a discount...................
anley
28/4/2017
16:56
Arbuthnot Latham division has completed the acquisition of finance company, Renaissance Asset Finance Limited. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/arbuthnot-banking-ARBB/share-news/Arbuthnot-Banking-Group-PLC-Completion-of-Acquisit/74451297
pvb
20/4/2017
15:39
I wonder who commissioned the HARDMAN & Co report which makes interesting reading. I have been a shareholder since before the results and have bought a few more and will continue to do so if and when there are any set backs in price. Sir Henry is 76 - my age - and if he wants to go then all he has to do is pick up the phone and that will be that at a price of book value plus a premium.........have a read of the Hardman report as this spells it all out. This is not a dealing stock by the way but an investment in a very well run and cleaver person..........what do you think the West End property the bank has bought is going to be worth in a few years time when EU retailers and business will want an outlet in central London.......??
anley
11/4/2017
16:23
Mentioned on investors chronicle today: "Although shares in Arbuthnot Banking (ARBB) are riding at a 12-month high, chairman and chief executive Sir Henry Angest has decided to splash the cash, buying another 150,500 shares at a total cost of £2.15m to take his stake in the company from 55 per cent to 56 per cent. Sir Henry bought the additional share from the group's old Employee Share Option Plan (ESOP), which was replaced midway through last year by a new phantom share scheme. This means that the shares held in the old trust were no longer required to settle any options. The purchase comes just a week or two after the group announced results for the year ended 31 December 2016. Total operating income rose by a fifth to £41.5m, while the balance sheet also finished up in good shape. The group also retains an 18.6 per cent stake in Secure Trust Bank (STB), which is said to be worth £75m. " http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2017/04/11/shares/directors-deals/arbuthnot-boss-tops-up-nzgZoyANNbLyMr3g8hctEN/article.html
glawsiain
03/4/2017
20:29
Sir H. Purchase of 150k.of shares. Substantial amount of money,must give one confidence in the Bank. R.
retsius
23/3/2017
12:09
Absolutely no real trade in this stock.Amazing figures today and zilch reaction. Have see what Simon has to say. Spread horrendous for short term Trading. R.
retsius
10/3/2017
15:00
Good turnaround today from a lacklustre start. Hoping to move up as Result date approaches. R.
retsius
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