Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Atlas Mara Limited LSE:ATMA London Ordinary Share VGG0697K1066 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +$0.00 +0.00% $1.155 $1.12 $1.19 - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 247.6 47.0 23.0 5.0 196

Atlas Mara Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/9/2019
19:03
For the remainder of 2019 we are focused on advancing the progress we have made on our stated strategic goals, including: the streamlining of the group as a narrowly focused holding company rather than a bank operating group; protecting our core in Botswana and Zimbabwe; and increasing our support of and involvement with UBN. Our priorities at UBN will include supporting management to drive organic growth through digital initiatives, improving efficiency, enhancing credit quality, establishing a sustainable dividend policy, all with the objective of generating shareholder value. We believe that our strategic review has put the Company on the path to long-term success, which will be proven out in the coming months as our core operations demonstrate strength in their markets, and our partnership with EGH deepens to our mutual benefit.
burbelly
30/9/2019
14:21
Volume increase today, anyone joining the call later?
burbelly
06/8/2019
13:21
I'm actually no longer a shareholder of atlas mara, since mid last year. In terms of potential, I agree, a fabulous company. But until income to shareholders (primarily through a dividend) is prioritised then I do not expect much positive movement for the company. It's actually extremely sad, considering asset wise, with the potentially excellent growth in pan Africa, this company has positioned itself to take advantage of the growth in various regions. Just pay a dividend (particularly it's stakeUBN) and there should be a considerable increase in share price
king_doms
02/8/2019
10:04
Yes, compared to the assets it has and their externally validated values (e.g. UBN's mkt cap, Botswana mkt cap, EGH mkt cap) then this is really cheap. I think there are two main problems: 1. Lack of demand at the moment to invest in Africa, so not many buyers for this, but also currency values are having a steadily negative impact on the assets of ATMA 2. ATMA's investor relations is dire - cannot find any broker research, they don't appear to make any effort to connect with anyone in UK (despite UK listing as pointed out) and their press coverage is weak. So it's unlikely anyone is going to come across them, particularly PIs or small funds in UK which at this market cap is presumably where they should be looking for investors. First one will change with time, second one is an internal issue and we need to put pressure on them. kojo.dufu@atlasmara.com is their head of IR - not very good at responding but worth emailing him your concerns in any case.
gilgil13
31/7/2019
12:29
It's an excellent company in terms of assets, however, imho, the management is significantly overpaid, hence the extreme drop in share price. A smarter plan would be to reduce the management salaries, therefore greater net income and a UBN dividend directly to atlas mara shareholders
king_doms
29/7/2019
22:39
Why is this share listed on the LSE but quoted in usd? Would be tempted to buy some into my SIPP except AJ Bell want to charge 0.5%-1% fx charge each way of the trade.
boonkoh
11/6/2019
16:19
There is potential here but it is not attracting investors and hence the share price falls continue.
888icb
12/10/2018
09:50
Hi, Does anyone have an email address for investor relations at ATMA? Thanks,
gilgil13
06/8/2018
12:03
Atlas Mara (ATMA) News Out Just Now http://crweworld.com/article/news-provided-by-accesswire/762348/atlas-mara-reaches-agreement-on-new-debt-facility
danieldanj
16/4/2018
08:26
amazing, constant drip downwards - prob not time to get in quite yet...imo
asturius101
03/4/2018
12:04
looks positive, might dip my toe in here
asturius101
02/4/2018
18:15
Results look good ! Any opinions on forecast EPS / profit for next year? Any brokers notes available?
twistednik
19/3/2018
16:05
Thanks greasynut
gilgil13
08/3/2018
11:08
Discussion of ATMA in the Moerus Value Fund Annual Report: hxxp://www.geminifund.com/FundDataPackage/Pages/DocCenter/Documents/s2hp0yelllcf4c1t3nwwl1pz/Moerus_FINAL_3new.pdf Fairly interesting.
greasynut
26/1/2018
07:36
Yep. Good value, quiet message board, what more do you need. Patience...
brileyloucan
26/1/2018
00:58
Anyone else holding here?
gilgil13
01/6/2017
07:38
Barclays have today announced a sale of half its stake in Barclays Africa to institutional investors to raise £2 billion. Will this create any opportunities for Atlas Mara who were interested in the business?
888icb
11/5/2017
12:11
A new uptrend starting here by the looks of it. Looks like a decent recovery situation judging by the chart and the recent results: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/atlas-mara-limited--atma-/rns/q1-interim-management-statement-for-2017/201704270709475104D/
x54v
01/12/2016
09:57
ATMA share price is not doing well at all, and no good news seems to be in sight. If it becomes a success story later, it might be picked by one of the EM investment trusts I am invested in. Not going for direct holding on that one after all.
vacendak
25/10/2016
12:03
The unaudited 3rd quarter results are in, from an RNS: http://otp.investis.com/clients/uk/atlas_mara1/rns/regulatory-story.aspx?cid=744&newsid=811983 More income, less profit... Still not buying. :(
vacendak
20/10/2016
19:20
Sinking in the mire of late. Down below 3p today at 2.975p. Should I buy when it reaches 2p? :o
vacendak
11/10/2016
16:07
just came across this...... http://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2016-10-11/bob-diamond-s-misadventures-in-africa keeping it on my radar.....
keifer derrin
26/9/2016
14:38
Forgot to mention that recent FT article about ATMA: "Atlas Mara: waiting game" http://www.ft.com/cms/s/3/19e25c64-7b49-11e6-ae24-f193b105145e.html#axzz4LLl7SyoI For those without an FT membership the following comment posted on said article summarises everything: 'Actually that's the only expertise that Bob Diamond brings : how to overpay executives. Reminds me of Fastjet another African venture led by people with decent credentials but who spend little time on the ground and pay themselves too much.' Still holding on before investing on that one - if ever - the idea and strategy do seem sound: Africa will develop big time one day so money will move around (hence banking sector will grow), but the share price seems to tell a neverending story of costs, costs and big salaries.
vacendak
27/7/2016
11:37
Thinking of doing so. So far waiting has proven to be the right choice. Reading the reports and related news about ATMA every now and then. This still feels like a good idea for the mid to long term, money has to be made in that sector after all (financials/sub-Saharan Africa).
vacendak
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