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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Begbies Traynor Group Plc BEG London Ordinary Share GB00B0305S97 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.40 0.44% 90.60 16:29:59
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
90.60 90.40 90.60 90.60 90.20
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Industry Sector
SUPPORT SERVICES

Begbies Traynor BEG Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
10/12/2019InterimGBX0.901/05/201931/10/201909/04/202014/04/202011/05/20200
09/07/2019FinalGBX1.830/04/201830/04/201910/10/201911/10/201907/11/20192.6
19/12/2018InterimGBX0.801/05/201831/10/201811/04/201912/04/201909/05/20190
10/07/2018FinalGBX1.730/04/201730/04/201811/10/201812/10/201808/11/20182.4
12/12/2017InterimGBX0.701/05/201731/10/201712/04/201813/04/201810/05/20180
11/07/2017FinalGBX1.630/04/201630/04/201712/10/201713/10/201708/11/20172.2
13/12/2016InterimGBX0.601/05/201631/10/201606/04/201707/04/201705/05/20170
12/07/2016FinalGBX1.630/04/201530/04/201606/10/201607/10/201604/11/20162.2
09/12/2015InterimGBX0.601/05/201531/10/201507/04/201608/04/201606/05/20160
14/07/2015FinalGBX1.630/04/201430/04/201508/10/201509/10/201506/11/20152.2
12/12/2014InterimGBX0.601/05/201431/10/201409/04/201510/04/201508/05/20150
09/07/2014FinalGBX1.630/04/201330/04/201409/10/201410/10/201407/11/20142.2
11/12/2013InterimGBX0.601/05/201331/10/201309/04/201411/04/201409/05/20140
03/07/2013FinalGBX1.630/04/201230/04/201309/10/201311/10/201307/11/20132.2
12/12/2012InterimGBX0.601/05/201231/10/201210/04/201312/04/201309/05/20130
05/07/2012FinalGBX1.630/04/201130/04/201210/10/201212/10/201207/11/20122.2
15/12/2011InterimGBX0.601/05/201131/10/201104/04/201210/04/201208/05/20120
07/07/2011FinalGBX130/04/201030/04/201105/10/201107/10/201107/11/20112.2
16/12/2010InterimGBX1.201/05/201031/10/201006/04/201108/04/201106/05/20110
08/07/2010FinalGBX1.930/10/200930/04/201006/10/201008/10/201029/10/20103.1
21/01/2010InterimGBX1.201/05/200931/10/200917/03/201019/03/201001/04/20100
09/07/2009FinalGBX1.730/04/200830/04/200914/10/200916/10/200930/10/20092.8
21/01/2009InterimGBX1.101/05/200831/10/200825/03/200927/03/200909/04/20090
09/07/2008FinalGBX1.530/04/200730/04/200815/10/200817/10/200831/10/20082.5
30/01/2008InterimGBX101/05/200731/10/200719/03/200825/03/200807/04/20080
04/07/2007FinalGBX1.530/04/200630/04/200717/10/200719/10/200726/10/20072.5
16/01/2007InterimGBX131/10/200531/10/200624/01/200726/01/200716/02/20070
01/07/2006FinalGBX130/04/200530/04/200604/10/200606/10/200620/10/20061.5
16/01/2006InterimGBX0.501/05/200531/10/200525/01/200627/01/200617/02/20060
05/07/2005FinalGBX0.530/04/200430/04/200507/09/200509/09/200519/09/20050.5

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
18/10/2020
09:13
bogman1: Don't see beg or frp being a lost cause. Boris is a lost cause. His head should already be on a pike outside the Houses of Parliament. Like the good ol days. These two are one of the few that will prosper from his disastrous reign
18/10/2020
08:46
tightfist: One wonders where the very public arm-wrestle between Johnson and Burnham will lead..... will Rushi be instructed to bolster his bail-out budget for another round?.How is this going to play-out for BEG and FRP prospects - more patience required? - or a lost cause? Time to tune-in to Andrew Marr?? Cheers, tightfist
07/10/2020
19:33
frazboy: It's almost like this went ex-dividend before this went ex-dividend.
05/10/2020
21:12
rimau1: I hold BEG and FRP. I would just add that FRP are more expensive than BEG (PE of about 19 vs Beg 15) and seem to trade in a small range regularly bouncing off 110 and hitting resistance in the late 120’s. FRP is one to lock away and forget about, just buy the dips IMO. I would just add that both Beg and FRP need govt support to end for their business to really outperform. With Covid, Brexit and a huge Recession its a non brainer investment for me.
17/9/2020
09:40
halfpenny: BEG remains a great opportunity with 100p plus. Trading update should push this above 100p ALSO dovish report BOE later today will push BEG much higher as Insolvencies go up exponentially. I expect £1.20 soon as its a strong company and in a great space..
22/7/2020
13:26
cravencottage: Taken From Shares Mag.. There were no major surprises in today’s full year trading update from insolvency and business recovery firm Begbies Traynor (BEG:AIM), as the headline figures were telegraphed to the market back in May. Revenues were £70.5 million for the year to 30 April, an increase of 17% of which 5% was due to organic growth and 12% came from acquisitions. Adjusted pre-tax profits were up 31% to £9.2 million, exactly in line with earlier guidance, while adjusted earnings per share (EPS) were up 19% to 5.7p. The firm lifted the dividend by 8% to 2.8p per share, pleasing investors who marked the stock up 1.7% to 98.7p in early trading. LIMITED IMPACT The Covid-19 crisis had a minor impact on the group during the final quarter, trimming revenues by £1 million and profits by £0.6 million. The business recovery and financial advisory business continued to win and progress new cases as usual, and while lockdown put the brakes on commercial property activity and the sale of some businesses, most of the property advisory and deal teams were able to continue working. Business recovery and financial advisory have seen an increase in work this quarter, although the firm expects the current year results to be weighted towards the second half as the government removes its support measures and more companies begin to struggle. Similarly, while property advisory and transaction volumes have picked up since April, insolvency-focused areas are likely to see more work in the second half. BETTER SHAPE Cash flow generation improved over the course of the year, and with the funds raised from the share placing in July last year the firm’s net debt was almost nil at the end of April. ‘We have a strong balance sheet with a substantial reduction in leverage in the year and significant headroom in our committed bank facilities, providing resources for organic and acquisitive investment’, said chairman Rick Traynor. Analyst Rachel May at Shore Capital left her earnings forecasts unchanged but kept her Buy rating on the stock, highlighting the cheap rating and the relatively attractive yield. ‘The balance sheet is in great shape (leverage <0.3x) and with c10% market share of the UK corporate insolvency appointments, the group has both the financial strength and scale to benefit from the expected increase in insolvencies. Based on our forecasts the shares are trading on a April’21 PER of 14.6x and a dividend yield of c3%.’
04/7/2020
12:09
cravencottage: Stuie BEG's share price went all the way down to 63p during March crash... But within a couple of months were changing hands at 117p If MM's know 95p is a major resistance they could manipulate lower/or if there's another crash Mister Market will take the price down regardless as the baby gets chucked out with the bathwater. Check out the graph from the last recession and BEG pays close to a 3% divi to boot. With Brexit/C19 and the general state of the economy I sleep very well at night holding BEG! GLA
29/6/2020
17:37
cravencottage: Just realeased Calm before the storm My third pick of shares worth watching in July is an old favourite: insolvency specialist Begbies Traynor (LSE: BEG). If any stock is a compelling counter-cyclical candidate at the current time, this must surely be it. Last month, Begbies reported that it continues to trade well “with strong growth in revenue and profit compared to the prior year“. With many businesses still shut, I suspect this situation won’t have changed by the time the company reports full-year figures on 21 July. But forget the last few months — I think the firm might be flooded with business in the rest of 2020. And even if it takes some time for this to be reflected in the share price (particularly if there’s a second market crash), there will be dividends to collect in the meantime. Begbies trades at almost 16 times earnings and yields a forecast 3.2% for FY21. GLA CC
17/5/2020
18:11
elpirata: MoS summary... Gains from the insolvency arm should more than outweigh any slowdown on the consultancy side. Begbies is set to release a trading statement this week and brokers expect a positive update. Even before it became clear that the UK was plunging into recession, analysts were forecasting a 30 per cent increase in profit to £9.2 million for the year to April 30, 2020, rising to £10.5 million for the year to April 2021. Begbies may beat those expectations and the group pays a decent dividend – with 2.8p forecast for the year just ended and 3p for the current 12-month period. Midas verdict: Begbies shares have soared by 42 per cent in little over seven months, bolstered by growing fears about the economy. The company is trying hard to be a good corporate citizen, offering online and phone advice to struggling firms. Nonetheless, it is likely to see business boom as companies fall by the wayside. Shareholders have done well out of Begbies so far, but they should keep hold of their stock. At £1.05, the price ought to continue to rise.
15/5/2020
12:53
santangello: Forbes advises today : "The trading landscape is looking increasingly bright for Begbies Traynor Group. The storm battering British businesses is quite tragic, but fortunately some companies can thrive in these troubled times. This AIM-quoted share — an expert in insolvency procedures and other processes that involve companies in distress — is one such entity. Latest research from the Office of National Statistics illustrates the problems thousands of companies face in staying afloat. It shows that, of 5,000 UK companies it questioned, just 44% of these have enough cash to last them six months. It revealed that around a quarter have seen their revenues sink by 50% or more, too. The gradual lifting of lockdown measures will of course ease the pressure. But big questions remain concerning the scale at which restrictions will be reduced as infection rates keep growing. Besides, the developing severe economic downturn will still sink large numbers of businesses regardless of how the government intends to rolls back quarantine requirements. Begbies Traynor’s share price has ballooned 16% since the Covid-19 crisis. But it still carries a quite undemanding valuation despite this rise, as illustrated by a forward P/E ratio of around 15 times. What’s more, the insolvency specialist also offers investors the chance to grab a chunky corresponding dividend yield of 3%. This is particularly attractive given that dividends continue to fall like dominoes across London share bourses."
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