Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Augmentum Fintech Plc LSE:AUGM London Ordinary Share GB00BG12XV81 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.4% 124.00 50,189 13:23:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
123.00 124.00 124.00 124.00 124.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -2.03 -2.20 145
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:29:10 O 9,546 123.50 GBX

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Augmentum Fintech Daily Update: Augmentum Fintech Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AUGM. The last closing price for Augmentum Fintech was 124.50p.
Augmentum Fintech Plc has a 4 week average price of 115.50p and a 12 week average price of 110p.
The 1 year high share price is 131.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 57.50p.
There are currently 116,856,911 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 232,398 shares. The market capitalisation of Augmentum Fintech Plc is £144,902,569.64.
funchalman: I hold augm in my sipp and also in my grandsons's junior isa, was going to invest more in the primarybid retail offer for my sipp and the junior isa for the grandson.However just found out from the primarybid website that they will not allow transfers into sipp or isa accounts.Rather annoyed at that to say the least.
mach100: Fundraise at 6% discount. I expect to see a large take up so when the price falls a little today it will quickly recover. Its investments are performing very well as per the update.
value hound: Tipped in the IC by Simon Thompson yesterday. I have a rel' small pos'n FWIW. Voila: Shares in fintech fund Augmentum Fintech (AUGM:107p) have re-rated significantly since I suggested buying, at 57.5p (‘Exploiting market mis-pricing’, 26 March 2020) and are now back above the 102.4p entry point in my 2019 Bargain Shares Portfolio. That’s quite a round trip, but one that shows how inefficient markets can become when investor risk aversion is at extreme levels as was the case during the stock market crash. There is no doubt in my mind that Augmentum is performing well. Annual results revealed an unrealised portfolio gain of 18 per cent on invested capital. NAV rose more sedately, up 6 per cent to 116p a share, only because the cash raised from a placing last summer is still being invested. During the financial year, £17.8m of cash was invested in new investments, and a further £15m in exiting portfolio companies. Augmentum’s investment manager, Tim Levene, has enjoyed a fair amount of success. For example, a £4m initial investment in Farewill, an online will writing company that writes one in every 25 wills in the UK, has now doubled in value. Business is booming as highlighted by a nine-fold rise in revenue this year. Farewill is attracting investor interest, too, having recently closed a £20m funding round in which Augmentum invested a further £2.6m of its year-end £15m cash pile. Last September’s investment in German technology rentals platform Grover has paid off in double-quick time. Surging demand for Grover’s range of 2,000 tech products (smartphones, laptops and virtual reality gear) has more than doubled Grover’s annualised revenues to €40m (£36m) as office workers adopted home-working during the lockdown. Many will continue to do so permanently. Augmentum’s £5.3m initial investment has been marked up 17 per cent in value. Interestingly, Mr Levene notes that “Covid-19 has fundamentally changed behaviours, accelerated the digitisation of financial services and created significant opportunity for further disruption”. Augmentum is well placed to capitalise on what could be a once-in-a-generation transformation in digital adoption. Moreover, with 93 per cent of NAV now fully invested, and the shares trading 8 per cent below NAV, prospects for the company to maintain its high-teens investment performance is being undervalued. Buy.
cordwainer: 3% boost for AUGM..
cordwainer: more than doubling down on AUGM at 57.3p in March is my best (and luckiest?) trade this year, so far so good. Surely an exciting growth sector overall, but how can the businesses push through to make a big enough splash in the market. Maybe some big bold entrepreneurial strategic marketing, the occasional cost-saving M&A and, I suppose, enough patience.
the ghost who walks: Yes fair enough. The main point for me was indeed keeping the lights on, these business will be loss making in general and so will require capital injections. Those will now come at lower valuations and augmentum will get diluted much more than was assumed a few weeks ago. I suspect further weakness in the share price, but that's just an opinion. Good luck with your holding.
pitbear: take your point. though, my view is that there is sufficient cash relative to portfolio size to support companies. bigger pocketed shareholders involved too. there has only been selling the past few weeks, and for the thinly traded stuff with illiquid underlying the price reaction has been more extreme than the valuation moves. this investment should never have been made with a horizon of less than 5 years - its a VC fund.. i would recommend holders try to ignore checking the share price over the next few months.
trekker60: Bit of a dip in share price over the last few days. Maybe a reaction to delay in publication of interim results? Anyone got any insight/view on this?
trekker60: Robsy2: Agreed. Only been in this one for 3 months, and only in a fairly small way, but in terms of the fund's business development (if not it's share price!)so far, so good. Fully expect there to be a few bumps in the road as the odd investment turns sour but hope that in the longer term any such failures will be outweighed by successes. We'll see!
apollocreed1: I would want a larger discount to the market price to make this worth investing in. It's underlying investments are speculative and I'm happy to pay a premium for a stable and safe fund, such as infrastructure funds, but not a premium for this. I doubt it will be over-subscribed as the large income funds like to take large positions in secure, inflation-linked income streams - e.g. recent popular equity issues have been BBGI, The Renewables Infrastructure, SEQI and Greencoat UK Wind. A big part of subscribing for a share offer is predicting the demand from large investment funds - if they are keen to take a large position, as a private investor you will make an instant profit, but if you predict that they will be more cautious then you won't have the tailwind of the large institutional money pushing up the share price. My impression is that many institutions are currently quite cautious and will not be keen on Augmentum.
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