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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.80 -2.77% 98.20 342,957 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
97.80 98.60 101.00 97.80 101.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 70.50 2.88 0.70 140.3 126
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:24:49 O 15,348 99.00 GBX

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Begbies Traynor Daily Update: Begbies Traynor Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BEG. The last closing price for Begbies Traynor was 101p.
Begbies Traynor Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 86p and a 12 week average price of 80.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 117p while the 1 year low share price is currently 59p.
There are currently 127,881,855 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 437,971 shares. The market capitalisation of Begbies Traynor Group Plc is £125,579,981.61.
hawaly: Here you go "Begbies Traynor 87p Business restructuring company Begbies Traynor (LSE:BEG) has remained highly profitable, even though the number of insolvencies has declined in the past year. That decline is not likely to continue in 2021 as the government withdraws and reduces Covid-19- related financial support. Recent interims showed a one-quarter increase in pre-tax profit to £5 million, while the dividend was raised by 11%. Begbies moved into a net cash position. Both the business restructuring and property services divisions grew revenues organically, although there was a lower profit contribution from the latter. Management believes that Begbies is still on course for a full-year pre-tax profit of £9.8 million despite the headwinds this year. A jump in profit to £13 million is anticipated for 2021-22. There is potential for further acquisitions plus the recruitment of teams of professionals, like the Grant Thornton team that joined earlier this year, that can enhance earnings. The shares are trading on 15 times prospective 2020-21 earnings, falling to less than 12 the following year. AIM-quoted rival FRP Advisory Group (LSE:FRP) is trading on a higher rating for the current year and its growth next year is expected to be more modest than for Begbies. Buy." GLA 😎
indigocarmine: Prices across the sector as a whole seem stupidly depressed. FRP, RBGP, MANO are all down. Not so long ago the defence sector was also sitting at ridiculous prices: BA, SNR, MGGT all down far beyond what they should logically be given the situation - ultimately if nothing seems wrong then just take it as an opportunity to fill up. I have little doubt that BEG, FRP, RBGP et al will all come good at some point. Made a killing on defence, and likely as not I will also make another one here when the market finally turns its attention to the bleedin' obvious.
daneswooddynamo: I must confess to being surprised that beg is currently trading a little below where it was prior to COVID. Granted insolvencies have been suppressed but they are still happening and beg is performing well. Next year should certainly see activity levels pick up as support is withdrawn. Seems odd to me and continue to pick them up here and there
tomps2: BEG H1 presentation to analysts 9.12.20. Https://
energeticbacker: As has always been the case, Begbies is still counting on an avalanche of new work as government support measures are removed. After more than 16 years on AIM, and management being massivley rewarded for modest returns, will it finally come to pass for BEG!! Covered in Investor's Champion's latest update
monkey79: Take a look at MANO, who's share price is unbelievably depressed following an inaccurate and erroneous report from Share Prophets’ IMO. PE is a fraction of BEG. - Company highlights:- • Largest UK insolvency litigator, 65% market share. In a growing market estimated to be worth 1.5bn pa. • Jackson reforms removed success fees, ‘no fee no win’ arrangements. Transformational for third-party funders like MP, who purchase 92% of their 2021 cases. • Potential barrier to entry for new insolvency litigators as likely will require capital funding to buy cases. • Primary litigator for HMRC. In the last 3 months 2 cases generated £7.2m profit. • MP has built a national network of solicitors in the last 2 years, previously London/SE. • From 2014 to 2019, annual new case instructions had been c40-60 pa. Since MP built national network of solicitors new case instruction tripled - 2020 - 141 cases - YTD 2021 (6 months) – 126. • Bankruptcies have recently been falling due to government support, MP’s business has flourished under this environment. • Case duration 11 months and 92% of cases purchases. Comparisons with Burford Capital are ill-conceived – different metrics. • Half year profit 9.5m (4.0m was from realised cases). PE is currently 6.6 - fair value of unrealised gains on investment cases is being ignored by market. PE ridiculously low for a company with MP’s growth. • Since IPO in 2010, MP have realised 305 cases for £18m. They currently have 224 ongoing cases. Ignoring the fact that the number of new case instructions and values are increasing, 224 cases should realise 12m in the next 11 months. The current discounting of MP’s fair value of unrealised gains will abate over the next year when gains are realised. • MP’s two cartel cases (£5-£10m each) are nearing completion, could potentially amplify growth. • BANKRUPTICES WILL SKYROCKET WHEN GOVERNEMENT SUPPORT IS REMOVED. Estimates that 800,000 to 1,000,000 companies could fold within a year (normally 15,000 to 20,000 pa). MP have national network and capacity to take on transformation number of new cases. I’m struggling to see the downside here exactly?!
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.
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
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
magic: 2pm of shareprophet posting coincides with start of fall of BEG share price also around 2pm. hxxps:// An Open Letter to Begbies Traynor - please don't make me go to your AGM, just answer my damn questions 2 2019-09-11 14:02:57 I have serious questions relating to corporate governance and related party deals at Begbies Traynor (BEG). I have communicated these to the company today and hope for answers. If I do not get them by next week I shall have to attend the AGM in Manchester and kick up a stink. None of us want that so over to Begbies...answers please. The letter is below.
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