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BGEO Bank Of Georgia Group Plc

40.00 (0.78%)
24 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Bank Of Georgia Investors - BGEO

Bank Of Georgia Investors - BGEO

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Bank Of Georgia Group Plc BGEO London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
40.00 0.78% 5,200.00 16:29:57
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
5,190.00 5,160.00 5,320.00 5,200.00 5,160.00
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Posted at 23/12/2023 12:43 by pj84
Also in December’s report – and in the month Georgia was granted EU candidacy status – we look at the surge in popularity with Elite Investors of some of the country’s leading financial businesses. London-listed Bank of Georgia (GB:BGEO), TBC Bank (GB:TBCG) and Georgia Capital (GB:CGEO) have all gained AAA ratings during 2023. Read more.
Posted at 21/8/2023 08:57 by eggbaconandbubble
I read at the weekend somewhere(?) that investors were advised to take profits.... After such amazingly good results???

"Hey, let's get the share price down so we can load up!"
Posted at 03/1/2023 08:25 by houseofpain1
Surprised there's no share price reaction to the news regarding the legacy claim. Award represents c10% of current market cap. Perhaps investors had already priced it in although I wasn't aware of its potential and hadn't seen any mention of it in research coverage. Had anyone else?
Posted at 16/8/2022 21:44 by topvest
Yes, all very good indeed. I wish they would communicate the salient points of their results more clearly though. It takes a lot of digging around to determine whether the dividend has gone up or down..not very investor friendly!
Posted at 02/7/2021 14:00 by arja
such a quiet board for such a dynamic stock or maybe you investors are sitting and
calculating your profit to date with more to come . well done and I am sorry I missed this one by focusing too much on VMUK where movement more pedestrian but still regular trading profits to be made using CFD to avois SD !
Posted at 06/2/2021 01:33 by davidosh
Just to let shareholders know that we will be featuring Bank of Georgia in the #MelloMonday show this coming Monday evening In the MelloBASH (Buy, Avoid, Sell or Hold) panel session. We have a very good panel of analysts and professional investors

Tickets are still available and if you would like one at half price then enter the code MMTADVFN50

Here is the full programme as it is nearly a four hour show...

6 pm Mello News
6.10 pm Aquis Exchange PLC - AQSE: new opportunities
6.30 pm Interview with Sir* David Hornsby from Ideagen ... *If only Mello investors awarded knighthoods!?
7.00 pm Company presentation by Adept Technology Group
7.30 pm Trading update and meet the new CEO of SCS, Steve Carson
7.55 pm Gamechanger - Join us on Tuesday at 2 pm for a follow up and more in-depth presentation by our Gamechanger
8.15 pm Vectorvest - Low risk investing for consistent growth and income
8.45 pm Mello BASH, including Paul Scott, Alan Charlton, Kevin Taylor and Bruce Packard. Companies which may be analysed include Bank of Georgia (BGEO), Xpediator (XPD), RBG Holdings (RBGP)
Posted at 02/9/2020 09:15 by flyfisher
Looking back at the last 4 quarters income and adding back the provisions of GEL 220m and 38.7m, we seem to have average normalized quarterly net income in the region of GEL 120 - 140m.

GEL 500m pa net income gives 247p eps and a forward p/e of 3.8 at the current f/x rate of 4.12.

Risks would seem to be regional political, and possible further provisions.

The current share price has been hurt by investor fallout from last years executive terminations and recent covid trading provisions.

What am i missing?
Posted at 30/7/2020 21:03 by loganair
Income-seekers are not flocking to buy the shares. I think there are several reasons for that.

One is that Georgia’s economy is closely tied to that of Russia, and Russia isn’t exactly on glowing terms with some of its neighbouring states. So there have to be concerns about political stability in the region.

Markets have a big downer on banks in general too, and I can’t help feeling that institutional investors see banks in these states as being higher risk. But I think that’s a mistake, and I reckon Bank of Georgia could have a far more profitable decade ahead of it than the UK’s big banks.
Posted at 30/7/2020 09:28 by loganair
I think a few more people have heard of Lloyds or Barclays then they have of the Bank of Georgia.

Unlike many UK private retail investors c25% of my portfolio is invested outside of the UK stock market while a further c35% of my portfolio is invested in stocks quoted on the FTSE who have 100% of their operations outside of the UK.
Posted at 15/9/2019 10:39 by loganair
Banking beauty:

You’d be much better off using your hard-earned cash to invest in the stock market, I believe. And certainly for those looking to build a big nest egg to retire on. Equity market investors can expect returns of around 10% over the long term. And there’s a galaxy of shares in great shape to thrive in the decades ahead and bring their shareholders along for the ride.

Take Bank of Georgia (LSE: BGEO), for example. The emerging markets of Eastern Europe and Asia are proving to be happy hunting grounds for many UK-listed stocks. As one of the biggest banking operators in the Eurasia region, this particular one can be confident of producing strong and sustained profits growth as population levels rise and GDP growth clicks through the gears.

The firm’s robust earnings potential was illustrated in the first half of 2019 when pre-tax profit ballooned 36.9%, a period when strong trading at its retail bank helped the loan book swell 30.5% year-on-year. Even as issues like rising competition and tighter regulation bite, it’s clear Bank of Georgia is capable of delivering some truly stunning profits growth.

Yet despite this, the FTSE 250 firm currently boasts a dirt-cheap forward P/E ratio of 5.4 times, suggesting (to me at least) it’s being shockingly undervalued by the market. Combine this with an inflation-bashing dividend yield of 6% and I reckon Bank of Georgia is a top buy for contrarian investors.

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