Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Augean Plc LSE:AUG London Ordinary Share GB00B02H2F76 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 25.50p 24.00p 27.00p 25.50p 25.50p 25.50p 5,183,538 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 76.0 1.3 0.4 63.8 26.23

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21/9/2017
13:40
http://ehslaw.co.uk/about/
lbo
21/9/2017
13:37
http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=22548075&privcapId=13292276Mr. Andrew John Bryce is the Owner of Andrew Bryce & Co. Mr. Bryce serves as Convenor of Waste Working Party of United Kingdom Environmental Law Association. He served as an Equity Partner and Head of Environmental Services of City law firm Cameron Markby Hewitt (now part of CMS Cameron McKenna). Mr. Bryce has a long and distinguished career in environmental law in the UK. He trained to be a lawyer at Newcastle University and College of Law Lancaster Gate. During his career, he has focused practical experience on: waste management; contaminated land; regulatory advice on pollution control; EU environmental law; legal aspects of environmental management systems; environmental insurance issues and environmental warranty negotiations. Mr. Bryce has a wide range of contacts, environmental law and regulatory experience. He serves as Vice Chairman of the Planning and Environmental Sub-Committee of the City of London Law Society. Mr. Bryce served as Chairman and Vice Chairman of the United Kingdom Environmental Law Association. He has been Non-Executive Director of Augean plc since September 4, 2017. Mr. Bryce served as a Non Executive Director of Augean plc since June 2005 until July 27, 2017.
lbo
21/9/2017
13:30
How much did Buffet make in the end when the market over priced the liability and risk to Goldman Sachs during the financial crisis?http://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/012116/warren-buffett-be-fearful-when-others-are-greedy.asp
lbo
20/9/2017
18:33
“Augean believes this assessment to be without merit and we will appeal.” and yet the market thinks otherwise as the share price got battered by 60%. Market tends to be right.
1he warrior
19/9/2017
20:34
Well I'm happy to take the risk through North Atlantic Smaller Companies Investment Trust and Oryx both run by Christopher Mills. Lakehouse and Augean have both been added aggressively recently. Wouldn't buy either myself but don't deny the value angle if Christopher Mills is involved. That's the value of holding his investment vehicles if he is good at something you don't personally feel comfortable in investing in.
topvest
19/9/2017
20:22
http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/2008970-waste-management-firm-robustly-challenge-hmrc-land-fill-tax-probeBased on the legal and other advice received by the group over several years, Augean is very confident that the group has met its obligations in respect of landfill tax, consistent with the law and official guidance at the time."Augean believes this assessment to be without merit and we will appeal."The company also said that landfill tax legislation is "not totally prescriptive on the tax treatment of the many types of waste received by the group which can lead to differences in opinion on the applicable rate of landfill tax", hence the reason the group has taken"extensive legal and other advice" over several years.
lbo
19/9/2017
20:02
Tempting at this price, but think I will give it a miss. I guess this area of landfill tax is very much an area potentially open to dispute/judgement/fraud given that hazardous waste costs about 40 times more than non-hazardous waste. Trouble is we don't know whether Augean is 1. clean, 2. poorly controlled or 3. fraudulent. Probably 1 or 2, but too much of a gamble. Christopher Mills buying more is a real vote of confidence, but not sure I will follow that.
topvest
19/9/2017
14:39
Really? how much hrmc is claiming + interest? How do they pay up what's due? If HRMC wins which I am pretty certain they will, it's obvious AUG will have to increase their pricing and margin will come under pressure. And what happened if during litigation customers accelerate dumping at the low price? which means aug will have to pay up more to hrmc There are many unknown unknowns here in reality.
1he warrior
19/9/2017
13:40
A loss is priced in - I think?
wageslave
19/9/2017
12:35
and what happens if they lose against HRMC
1he warrior
19/9/2017
10:50
Some comments on the Interims I see they talk about market expectations of the different units and I assume these come from the Edison July 27 report Surprised if the decline in construction soils was caused by the General Election as I would not have thought that the switch for the underlying construction projects would have been turned of so quickly. I see the Edison July 27 report was talking about renegotiating the COLT contract in September but see no mention. Nice and clean that here were no exceptionals in H1 but I see that we will have a cost reduction one of £0.7m in H2 and perhaps some for HMRC related legal costs. I always like the way they split the capex into maintenance and development; also good the way they split it between the five units. Good to read about the ongoing support of HSBC in light of the HMRC issue. I was not expecting any update on HMRC; incidentally I wonder if other companies in Aug’s space have had these assessments. A look at HI cash flows show that the dividend cost of £1m was covered by borrowings and so even if AUG win against HMRC one should not expect an increased dividend. Too bad they did not define what market expectations are for full year financials; Edison in July 27 had PBT-as per their definition-of £7.3m compared to 2016’s £7m so I suppose AUG are saying they will be flat year on year. I was surprised that it fell so much first thing and well done to those who bought and have benefited from subsequent increase. I have quite enough as it is so did not join you.
cerrito
14/9/2017
13:24
omg MASTERBATEGUY IS HERE. HE'S THE KISS OF DEATH
douglas macarthur
12/9/2017
12:53
Amazing citywire don't think the spat with the tax man worth a mention. Unless of course their research is based on little more than tea-leaves.
dozey3
12/9/2017
09:21
Took an initial position here this morning @29.9p.
masurenguy
12/9/2017
00:33
"I have just bought Augean (AUG) which looks very oversold, with the shares 55% down over the last month. It is a specialist in the growing hazardous waste sector, with landfill and specialist treatment services including radioactive waste. Projected revenue for 2017 is £83m for a pre-tax profit of £7.5m. The shares are trading on a 5x earnings, with a price to earnings growth ratio of 0.2 and a projected yield of 4.4%. The shares have been battered on news of halved profits from exceptional items; however revenue was still up 25% and confidence in the future was demonstrated by a 54% hike in the dividend. Last week’s announcement of FY profits ‘at the lower end of expectations’ further disappointed the market, but a cost reduction programme to save £2m annually was also indicated. I’m encouraged by the very savvy bunch of institutional shareholders, one of whom increased his holding last week." http://citywire.co.uk/money/david-kempton-two-new-share-buys-and-two-howlers/a1048162?ref=citywire-money-latest-news-list
masurenguy
04/9/2017
20:07
Yes it looks so Chris Mills has decided to double the stake to around 14%.
brummy_git
04/9/2017
19:56
Two holding notices tell us who is buying the shares
robizm
04/9/2017
09:09
Very odd - surprised no rns on volume - what do people make of it ?
wolfhound1
04/9/2017
07:39
11:34:31 23 7,100,000 1,633,000 11:33:58 23 210,000 48,300 11:33:45 23 250,000 57,500 11:33:26 23 2,837,500 652,625 11:30:05 23.08 1,000,000 230,800 11:27:12 23 6,294,741 1,447,790 I see the 23p trades as sells Following those Volumes for the rest of the day were less than 1M shares ie MM's marked it up as follows Volume Value 16:29:46 26.511 1,650 437 16:14:56 26.511 29,000 7,688 16:14:46 27.5 75,000 20,625 16:12:25 28.48 12,000 3,418 15:46:13 28.48 2,000 570 15:28:23 28.5 13,991 3,987 15:14:44 27.94 40,000 11,176 14:59:24 25.6251 3,459 886 14:54:54 27 14,000 3,780 14:26:06 26.8999 8,018 2,157 13:53:34 25.51 5,000 1,276 13:53:21 26.5199 10,000 2,652 13:51:45 27 232,000 62,640 13:36:19 26 100,000 26,000 13:31:22 23.99 9,000 2,159 13:30:44 23.99 1,000 240 12:28:46 23.99 250 60 12:17:51 23.97 20,000 4,794 12:12:19 23.97 20,000 4,794 11:43:25 24 250,000 60,000
buywell3
01/9/2017
16:25
Nice ending to the week for AUG, which way from here is another matter. Good Luck to those still holding.
clocktower
01/9/2017
13:56
MM playing a good game keeping the visual spread so wide.
clocktower
01/9/2017
12:49
9m are purchases done on a small turn to the bid.
tiltonboy
01/9/2017
12:49
Nice spot wolfhound - yes, there appears to have been 4 trades at 23p totalling 17.2 million shares at circa 11.30am. Clearly somebody (probably a serious value investor) is prepared to step in at these incredibly low levels and take advantage of a seller who appears desperate to get out
brummy_git
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