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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bisichi Plc LSE:BISI London Ordinary Share GB0001012045 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 60.00 55.00 65.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 48.1 3.0 9.8 6.1 6

Bisichi Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/2/2014
16:45
on the back of the IC tipping LAS, perhaps ?
coolen
23/2/2014
15:33
interesting price movements in the last few days
ntv
16/2/2014
15:35
following AH sale of shares he be able to repay his loan!
ntv
05/1/2014
21:48
Thanks again, TopVest. I was not aware that Electronic Data was in their stable. I shall take a look.
coolen
05/1/2014
21:08
Electronic Data Processing is the third of the Heller's listed companies. I have a few of each of the companies, and they have had a difficult few years. All three look to be improving, but rewards are skewed towards the family as opposed to small shareholders certainly at Bisichi and to a lesser extent LAS and EDP. Actually, EDP has been best for minority holders.
topvest
05/1/2014
20:55
Thanks for that link to your more detailed thoughts. BISI is part of the Heller family empire, a status quo which has existed for donkeys years. BISI's UK property link is with London & Associated Props (code is LAS, I think). BISI has suffered local problems (coal and politics) whilst LAS is in retail property and has been re-negotiating its banking facilities. But those talks seem to be going okay. Also, a few frowns by minority investors over alleged directors' perks. Hence the big discounts on the two companies. That said, I agree with your implied thoughts on BISI and there's an interesting potential buyer of LAS shares hovering in the wings.
coolen
05/1/2014
20:13
hxxp://michae1mouse.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/the-low-pe-small-cap-high-yielders-vs.html Michael.
michaelmouse
28/8/2013
07:33
It is notable that LAP have just announced the sale of properties to pay down debt. There is no way that Bisichi should be lending money to LAP which is a poor credit. It should be repaid because the yield is far lower than it should be for an unsecured loan.
simondezoete
12/6/2013
20:28
Oh yes, well spotted... During the year Dragon loaned £2m to the company at an interest rate of 6.875 per cent. At least it as at a good rate!
topvest
12/6/2013
08:17
The car loan approval would not have gone through if the Heller family had not voted on it. This is appalling and should have been stopped by the independent director, Christopher Joll. Cavendish with 13% voted against.A more serious case of poor corporate governance is the shady loan to London and Associated Properties. This was made via Dragon Properties and the fact that the money was being lent on was not disclosed in the Bisichi accounts. It was disclosed in the LAP accounts together with the fact that Dragon has surplus capital. The scandalous aspects are the tiny dividend at Bisichi and the fact that Bisichi is indirectly lending money to a company controlled by the Hellers. Bisichi has no shares in LAP, which is clearly struggling with its bank debt negotiations. Again the SID should be held accountable.
simondezoete
02/6/2013
19:38
Yes, this is ridiculous. Even worse, the loan was made last year!
topvest
23/5/2013
19:38
Nice new head office in Bruton Place, Mayfair, as well. Noticed it sitting in the Pizza Express restaurant opposite last weekend. Very nice indeed...doesn't look cheap!
topvest
23/5/2013
18:11
The car loan is outrageous and the Heller family should not be voting on it. Furthermore, nor should London and Associated, which is controlled by the Hellers.The company has lent £2m to Dragon Retail Properties, in which it has a 50% interest. In the LAP accounts this company is described as having surplus cash. But, this £2m has been lent on to LAP, which is woefully short of cash. How can Mr Joll, an independent director justify lending money via Dragon to LAP? There are no reasons given, the description of Dragon is different in both accounts and Bisichi has no equity interest in LAP. Mr Joll is a director of Dragon.What about the shareholders? They have received less than Andrew Heller and the company clearly has money to burn.
simondezoete
01/5/2013
07:35
Agreed-A good Co. shagged.
p@
01/5/2013
07:31
well said tv.
bisiboy
30/4/2013
20:07
...a company that never delivers!! An example of what is not right with this company... ... £514k paid to one director + £116k about to be loaned to him to buy a car...nice motor vehicle to drive around in South Africa. Can't he buy it himself please? I will be voting against that resolution, not that it will make any difference. Compare that with the rubbish £422k paid to other shareholders and you can see what this is all about!
topvest
30/4/2013
10:38
This company is
simondezoete
15/2/2013
13:08
I added a few days ago so liking the nudge up today.
puku
10/2/2013
12:25
If it made 10.9 eps in first half with avge prodn of 150,000 what will it make in second half with avge prodn 170,000 ? Has anyone researched recent coal prices in SA - they were down 15% as at Sept? A years eps of say 23p gives a p/e of 5.
puku
18/1/2013
21:29
we bought a few more this week
ntv
06/12/2012
17:56
i own both as well. if i was buying today i think i would go for las. if it came to it (not that it would happen at least i dont think it will) they could sell bisi and would have no problem refinancing in my view. spot on about the very greedy remuneration.
bisiboy
02/12/2012
17:59
hi topvest, looked at las ,noted loan re-negotiation needed,we will wait for conclusion. hope life's treating you well by the way
ntv
02/12/2012
17:03
I agree with that - the son is paid excessively. Nevertheless, think the company is otherwise run pretty well. I also own shares in the connected company, LAS, which are still trying to re-negotiate their loan with RBS.
topvest
02/12/2012
16:53
bought some recently, payments to directors are far to high
ntv
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