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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
  1.00 0.73% 137.40 138.20 140.00 140.00 135.00 135.00 565,463 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 83.8 1.9 0.1 1,374.0 211

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04/8/2021
19:39
Interesting to compare and contrast the three non-audit accountancy firms in the UK insolvency/turnaround and M&A space; BEG, FRP and K3C. All firms win their work based around individual 'transactional' income rather than relying upon steady audit fees. Whilst all three have crossover in the restructuring space, a closer analysis of their accounts and market data indicate three very different businesses based upon value vs volume, and advisory work vs insolvency.BEG - have the highest volume of insolvencies in the UK in terms of liquidations, however when you look deeper the individual value of their appointments is likely to be the lowest. They seem to be growing sales based upon bolt-on acquisitions around valuing assets and M&A activity with smaller companies.FRP - appear to be operating on a value vs volume model, focussed upon winning more profitable restructuring work from larger SMEs and quoted companies that would previously have gone to Big Four accountancy firms were it not for conflicts of interest. They're also clearly growing their M&A side which is focussed upon themid-market.K3C - have traditionally operated in the low-value business sales arena, and have clearly made a reputation in M&A for selling small businesses. Last year they acquired Quantuma, an Insolvency turnaround specialist who have grown well over the last few years and now probably sit somewhere between FRP and BEG in terms of case value vs volume.There's much that can be gleaned from the accounts of these three companies. Hopefully this will help to differentiate them in terms of business fundamentals.
adipsia1
01/8/2021
13:30
hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-58043041
podgyted
28/7/2021
15:18
Also more CCJs will lead to more properties being finally put to auction. From all the distressed real estate companies and normal companies with property assets going through court.
boonkoh
28/7/2021
15:16
Surprised its dropped today on the red flag report. I think people assume the drop in distressed means less work for Begbies.But distressed is just a signal, and very upper funnel. When a company is distressed, Begbies isn't involved yet and makes no money.It makes money when the company goes into voluntary liquidation or a creditor forces it. Then Begbies is appointed, and there the money machine starts running. From there, until CCJ, and beyond.So the fact that CCJs are rising again, means that conveyor belt is starting to move again, which means more revenue for Begbies as they now progress through the insolvency process for their clients.
boonkoh
27/7/2021
13:26
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danvestment
26/7/2021
14:44
Good to see this moving up today on a down day for the rest of the index.I think the story of L-shaped recovery along with increasing pessimism over economy next 12 months will drive the upward momentum of Begbies for the next few weeks.
boonkoh
22/7/2021
11:48
I agree Ox, may see some words from respected sources later/tomorrow.....which will no doubt put a fire under the share price ?
santangello
22/7/2021
10:06
Think this will run toward 150p soon, plenty to like and looking good value, suspect it will get tipped as well.
its the oxman
21/7/2021
15:06
after strong FY21 results analysts at Equity Development still expect material earnings growth in coming years. Insolvency volumes can drive growth as govnt support gradually withdraws: ED keeps its FY22e forecast and 165p/share fair value intact. You can hear the summary or read new research note here: https://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/research/acquisitions-underpin-outlook-in-recovering-markets
edmonda
21/7/2021
11:26
Begbies Traynor (BEG) FY21 results presentation Executive Chairman Ric Traynor and Group Finance Director Nick Taylor present the Group’s 2021 full-year results, for the period ending 30th April , 2021. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/begbies-traynor-beg-full-year-2021-results-presentation-to-analysts/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/begbies-traynor-beg-full-year-2021-results-presentation-to-analysts/
tomps2
21/7/2021
06:40
https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2021/07/17/top-small-cap-stocks-for-july/Royston Wild: Begbies Traynor The British government's furlough schemes have helped keep a lid on insolvency rates during the pandemic. But with these financial support programmes set to end, I think now could be a good time to invest in Begbies Traynor Group (LSE: BEG). Indeed, buying this UK share before full-year results are released on Tuesday 20 July could be a very good idea. Despite a depressed insolvency market Begbies Traynor said in May that full-year revenues would grow ahead of market expectations following a strong fourth-quarter performance. News that trading has remained robust in the new financial period (to April 2022) could help lift the small cap again following recent share price weakness.At current prices Begbies Traynor trades on a rock-bottom forward price-to-earnings (PEG) ratio of 0.4. This provides plenty of scope for a fresh move higher.
tole
20/7/2021
19:32
I never top up on RNS day on any of my holdings - but happy with the RNS and my position
davr0s
20/7/2021
15:34
Me to at 127. That's me done now.
stevieweebie2
20/7/2021
13:02
Topped up .
p winky
20/7/2021
11:40
I cannot add at the moment, but I am keeping my 2 T+20 trades open as long as I can......14 days left to run :)
santangello
20/7/2021
10:30
I'm in, results are good enough to know it'll do well as support is removed D
dennisbergkamp
20/7/2021
09:45
They are good, but we were expecting good. Still, give it a few days...
edmundshaw
20/7/2021
08:14
I thought the results would have had a positive impact on the sp? Suet
suetballs
16/7/2021
10:21
Next Tuesday looming large now, buyers arriving/adding accordingly......should be a fun day to be a holder.
santangello
11/7/2021
15:50
Results should be good. Looks well oversold.
its the oxman
11/7/2021
13:22
I’m tempted to get in on this next week maybe.
ste1984
09/7/2021
15:35
nah - just summer doldrums methinks
melody9999
09/7/2021
10:16
Seems to be in a holding pattern - results later this month not as expected?
cordialdevil
25/6/2021
12:40
Been adding on this pull back , see a drive toward , and likely break of 150p come results if not before.
its the oxman
21/6/2021
21:59
https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2021/06/16/2-cheap-uk-shares-to-buy-in-july/Another mega-cheap stock for JulyBegbies Traynor Group (LSE: BEG) shares have also been losing value in recent sessions. I'd use the UK share's drop from 12-year highs as a fresh dip-buying opportunity as, like AO World, I think it looks too cheap to miss on paper. This particular company - an expert in the field of corporate insolvencies - trades on a forward PEG ratio of just 0.4.Hand holding pound notesI think it's a particularly good buy with fresh financials just around the corner. Last time it updated the market back in May, it advised that trading for the 12 months to April would be "comfortably ahead of market expectations", with revenues and profits rising. Last year's strong results came in spite of a 34% decline in company insolvencies in the year to March 2021.I look forward to seeing what Begbies Traynor's full-year financials will say on Tuesday, 20 July. Trading has been boosted by its knack of making shrewd acquisitions, which continues to progress at an encouraging rate. And I expect trading across its business to pick up significantly later in 2021 when government furlough support schemes end and UK businesses move back into the danger zone.Of course any acquisition-hungry company like Begbies Traynor runs the risk that what it buys could disappoint. Worse-than-expected trading or unexpected costs can take a big bite out of profits projections and cause share prices to fall. Still, this UK share's cheap price puts it on my radar of top stocks to buy for July.
tole
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