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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Begbies Traynor Group Plc LSE:BEG London Ordinary Share GB00B0305S97 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 0.44% 137.60 137.00 139.40 139.60 137.20 137.20 73,584 15:44:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 110.0 4.0 -0.3 - 212

Begbies Traynor Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/10/2022
13:07
Julie Palmer, Julian Pitts and Andrew Hook of Begbies Traynor were appointed as Joint Administrators over WRFC Trading and Receivers over Sixways Stadium.
melody9999
23/9/2022
10:28
I think big gains over the next few years will be from acquiring restructuring practices at sensible rates...from increasing free cash flow. So base business profitability increasing from worsening economic situation, and acquired businesses being integrated well.
steadyaway1
22/9/2022
11:46
Needs to move through 150 technically but surely only a matter of time
daneswooddynamo
22/9/2022
09:07
Good statement off epic BEG begbies this morning
2bluelynn
22/9/2022
08:42
Don't think this statement could realistically be any more positive. Nobody upgrades at this early stage of the year. Comment re bigger, read more profitable admins etc is telling, as that is their near term strategic aim with London-based acq. I think 2023 and 2024 will be very hard, unlike fall out from 2008 when QE came in to prop up failing businesses with artificially low rates.
steadyaway1
22/9/2022
07:55
Expanding rapidly. Being nett cash is reassuring in a rapidly rising interest rate environment. Still looking like a long term winner.
this_is_me
22/9/2022
07:46
Agree podgyted. BEG is down with the rest of the market, but looks like there's plenty of work in the pipeline. Sad generally, but I suspect the govnt's energy bail out for business won't be enough and we'll see more liquidations coming.
2vdm
21/9/2022
17:33
Who knows? Will start to become apparent with the AGM statement tomorrow. Even if that is good who knows how the market will react? But this is counter-cyclical on about 60% of its business. Liquidations and administrations are on the increase. Good to have as part of the portfolio. I think I'm right in saying that this has not yet reached the share price highs of the last recession.
podgyted
20/9/2022
11:11
Has this topped now. ive had a good run with Begbies. maybe its time to sell but as others have said the UK outlook is worsening day by day
investing2retire
16/9/2022
07:08
Read across from FRPs update yesterday? Who knows...The UK's outlook worsens by the day, so this is one holding I'm not worried about.
steadyaway1
15/9/2022
22:31
Just the market maybe ?
2bluelynn
15/9/2022
19:14
why the fall here ?
jeanesy
12/9/2022
14:40
Unfortunately this is not currently reflected in the current share price
route1
12/9/2022
11:37
• Avonside Group Services Limited, the UK’s largest roofing contractor, which provided specialist roofing, energy and plumbing services operating through 39 branches across three divisions - Avonside Roofing, Avonside Energy and Avonside Plumbing - entered administration on 7 September. The Group, which employed 456 people, cited a period of disrupted trading during the pandemic, margin squeeze, the impact of underperforming divisions and financial reporting issues as the main drivers behind the administration. Joint administrators Kirstie Provan and Gary Shankland of Begbies Traynor have secured the sale of nine Avonside Roofing branches to an undisclosed industry buyer, preserving 79 jobs. The joint administrators were unable to find suitable buyers for the remaining Roofing and Plumbing sites within the Group, which are expected to be closed imminently. The Group’s Energy division continues to operate out of its seven branches, and a sale is expected to be concluded in the near term. ________________________________________
melody9999
12/9/2022
09:01
Current administrations league table as follows: FRP 88, BEG 60, Chamberlain & Co 51, Leonard Curtis 37, Interpath 34, Quantuma 34,Kroll 30, Grant Thornton 27
2vdm
12/9/2022
07:42
I notice from Insolvency Insider that they are No. 2 in the current league table for current administrations again, so the pipeline looks good
2vdm
10/9/2022
17:57
I agree edmundshaw. I also think this quote from MANO is the main read-across:- "From 1 April 2022, UK insolvency regulations returned to normal after a near two-year suppression of insolvencies by the Government in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The benefits of this are now starting to flow into the Company's key performance metrics, with new case enquiries already up 24% compared to the whole of H1 FY22."
podgyted
09/9/2022
15:46
The market agrees with you. A fair bit of technical resistance for beg here but the odds must be on further progress soon
daneswooddynamo
09/9/2022
15:28
I struggle to see the read-across from that update, apart from the confirmation that gross cash generation from completed cases in the first five months of the current trading year is at a record. One case of financing a litigation case that went the wrong way and some writedowns on their future litigation result prospects doesn't prima facie reflect Begbies' business IMO.
edmundshaw
09/9/2022
15:20
Not me, I increased.
stevieweebie2
09/9/2022
13:41
I thought the MANO profit warning would mean some would bank profits here today.
jeanesy
02/9/2022
12:56
Gan on son! Golden share this beauty.
amanitaangelicus
08/8/2022
17:20
Got loads of both, the businesses are not identical but the main focus is corporate distress and let’s face it that is going to be coming through in spades as interest rates rise. Also the banks are now in decent shape and that actually means they are more willing to put zombie situations to the wall as they can take some pain if necessary. Imo the beg valuation looks a good deal cheaper than frp at the moment
daneswooddynamo
08/8/2022
14:59
I assume FRP has a higher cost base, geared up towards administrations rather than liquidations, so I'd hope FRP are getting the lion's share, and any for Begbies are cream on top. But I'm no expert on FRP...
steadyaway1
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