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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
  -0.20 -0.14% 145.80 144.40 147.20 147.00 143.00 143.00 220,959 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 83.8 1.9 0.1 1,458.0 224

Begbies Traynor Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/5/2022
13:25
McColl's in admin. Per my mate in distressed PE, the wave of distress hasn't started yet, as banks / HMRC are still unwilling to pull the plug on bigger businesses, but suspects that can only last for so long.
kingjames
05/5/2022
15:14
Completely agree with that, especially after the rate rise today and the inevitable ones to follow , which in time should light a fire under the share price
route1
29/4/2022
15:05
They are going to be rather busy for at least the rest of 2022 in my view. There are numerous headwinds coming in to play - almost certain we are going into a recession, hopefully a mild one.
topvest
29/4/2022
12:16
Covered in BBC Business section too : https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-61258362
edmonda
29/4/2022
10:05
Interesting RNS. Portfolio tilt to corporate restructuring firms?
cirlbunting1
29/4/2022
09:13
Latest reg flag alert sees me buy back in this morning.
stevieweebie2
26/4/2022
07:56
Well spotted r2oo , and for those wishing to read / listen to the Equity Development note just published about the latest UK Govnt insolvency statistics - just visit: https://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/research/insolvency-data-underpins-our-fair-value
edmonda
26/4/2022
07:49
Insolvency data underpins our fair valueThe latest UK Government insolvency statistics data makes sobering reading, and suggests that BEG, which handles more corporate appointments by volume than any other UK insolvency practitioner, will find its services in increasing demand over the next 18 months. The data confirmed 2,114 registered company insolvencies in March 2022, more than double the figure a year earlier (March '21: 999) and 34% above its pre-pandemic equivalent (March '19: 1,582). The majority (87%) comprised Creditors' Voluntary Liquidations (CVLs), twice March '21 and 62% above March '19. The latest data confirms that the underlying direction of travel is broadly as predicted. It reflects the gradual withdrawal of government measures designed to protect businesses against creditors during the pandemic, now exacerbated by rising inflation, staff shortages and falling retail sales. There has been an increase in insolvencies across all appointment types. The shares have drifted in a nervous stock-market - possibly insolvency numbers have taken longer to pick up than some had anticipated - but BEG remains lowly rated and well below our retained 165p/share fair value estimate.
r2oo
25/4/2022
09:42
Indeed, there's starting to be momentum in the compulsory liquidations and administrations, albeit still below 2019 levels.Unless Rishi comes out with yet more zombie support... But all signs looks like he's going to sit tight and hold the goodies for consumer help closer to elections.
boonkoh
23/4/2022
17:54
Hi, interesting volume and slight lift yesterday in what was generally a fairly gloomy day on the market.There are some interesting links on the MANO thread which suggest that the insolvency sector has finally (after a long wait!) reached lift-off, and confirms the nascent uplift recently noted by Steve Cooklin. Cheers, Tightfist
tightfist
21/4/2022
13:28
The fall out post global financial crisis was less than expected in terms of insolvencies. I think people may be fearing the same here, given it's taking longer than expected for complicated administrations to increase. I reckon they'll pick up, but like everything else it's taking longer than usual. It's difficult enough for good businesses at the moment! The string of acquisitions should give them enough staff capacity when things pick up. A quick news search shows Begbies' activity in admins in Feb / March, but not sure what is normal.
kingjames
21/4/2022
08:36
Hi All, Be interesting to hear if there's any mention of staff supply issues in the next update.. a few companies have mentioned auditors requiring additional time to sign off numbers... and the recent MANO update hinted at it.. Undoubtedly there are huge increases to come in which liquidations and administrations which is great for BEG and the like... Timing... as always will be key... interesting times ahead Regards to all Mr D
mr dexy
21/4/2022
07:45
I think this will move upwards when we get the next trading update. The Covid effect of destroying/weakening some businesses will take some time to work through and then Begbies will have an even bigger pipeline of work imo.
2vdm
20/4/2022
14:15
At 105p this is pretty unloved. I was hoping for something a lot higher by this time. Suet
suetballs
20/3/2022
12:21
Well 25 March is the day landlords can start evicting tennants again isn't it? It will be interesting to see what happens over the next few weeks: I suspect that some of the lockdown pain may unfortunately start to crystallise. Also the 10 year/2 year yield curve is close to inverting suggesting a recession later in the year. Both will be a tailwind for Begbies.
topvest
17/3/2022
15:20
https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/business/finance-strategy/hospitality-sector-hit-by-insolvencies
faz
11/3/2022
14:26
Also added recently. Brings up my average price from -5p to 8p, but hey I can live with that. There again I have been in this one since 2015...
edmundshaw
11/3/2022
11:25
Also added recently. Brings up my average price from 86p to 96p,but happy with that. So far this has had a great track record of consistent increased EPS and divs pa. If share price falls back to near £1 again or below, I may consider going all-in.
bend1pa
07/3/2022
09:36
Stated as a Buy on Opportunities for Material Gains yesterday. Good medium to long term value imo and so adding.
2vdm
02/3/2022
12:43
before i was seeing the UK gradually entering a recession. Now a depression beckons? Which company could benefit if not Beg? However having said that there might be short-term weakness as panic spreads in the market and people just sell without any regard to anything.
farrugia
25/2/2022
21:35
They could get very busy later in the year in my view. H2 2022 / early 2023 is looking like a recessionary period in my view.
topvest
25/2/2022
11:43
Looked oversold. Back to 115 or above in run up to dividend ex date.
oapknob1
25/2/2022
09:21
Thanks for telling us, Dav.
edmundshaw
24/2/2022
18:59
You prob bought mine - exited now trend broken
davr0s
24/2/2022
14:42
Me too. Around 100p looks pretty safe value.
edmundshaw
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