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BMS Braemar Plc

295.50
3.50 (1.20%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Braemar Plc LSE:BMS London Ordinary Share GB0000600931 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.50 1.20% 295.50 291.00 300.00 295.00 294.00 294.00 37,712 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Water Transport Svcs, Nec 152.91M 4.6M 0.1396 21.13 97.13M
Braemar Plc is listed in the Water Transport Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BMS. The last closing price for Braemar was 292p. Over the last year, Braemar shares have traded in a share price range of 216.00p to 310.00p.

Braemar currently has 32,925,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Braemar is £97.13 million. Braemar has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 21.13.

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25/6/2023
16:47
If you look back to last year they had similar issues and accounts weren't completed and released until 30 August. Worth reading those update for 2022 accounts as it sounds complications are in Forex and due to acquitions, of which there was another in current accounts
gotabsirius
25/6/2023
16:45
Let's hope not! BDO have been company auditors for nearly 5 years and carried out an extensive audit last year according to the accounts
1pvh
25/6/2023
16:23
It would appear that a suspension is in order tomorrow to prevent a disorderly market. This is unfortunate for anyone requiring funds but hopefully not too serious for the longer term investor. The resignation of the finance director was a low key event with a less than eulogistic farewell. Does this point to incompetence rather than anything more serious?
cs44
25/6/2023
14:12
They still have 2 months before being struck off at Companies House? So potentially 30 August or we lose our investment?
gotabsirius
25/6/2023
13:15
Just what we needed :-((
cwa1
21/6/2023
09:27
What are the consequences?
pyemckay
21/6/2023
08:01
Seems plausible... and I am wondering if accounts are not going to be ready by the end of June now.
edmundshaw
13/6/2023
10:25
I'm now wondering if the delay in publishing the accounts was due to the Capital reduction process (just recently approved by the court), which in turn makes the dividend passage clearer?
grahamhacker
12/6/2023
08:14
Nice plug from Motley Fool:



"Riding the wave of global trade

Near the top of my buy list right now is leading international shipbroker Braemar (LSE: BMS).

A shipbroker acts as a specialist intermediary between shipowners and charterers that need to transport cargo. And Braemar operates across all time zones and major shipping hubs, including Shanghai, Singapore, Mumbai, and Sao Paulo.

As well as chartering though, the firm provides expert advice in investment and risk management. So its offerings are well diversified, making its income less cyclical.

In a trading update back in March, the company announced it had achieved record revenue and profitability for the financial year ended 28 February. The shipbroker expects underlying profit of at least £20m from revenue of £150m.

That would put the stock on a bargain price-to-earnings (P/E) multiple of about six. The shares offer a dividend yield of 4.1%. The payout is healthily covered three times by anticipated earnings.

One risk worth considering is that the shipping sector will need decarbonising, which will cost billions. But Braemar also runs a carbon offsetting brokerage service, so looks very well positioned."

rivaldo
06/6/2023
21:38
So promotion to small cap index will be effective at about the same time as revised date for full year accounts are released: could be interesting.
shalder
06/6/2023
14:22
Better trackers used to be quite sophisticated in how they add in new entrants, I assume they still are. I recall at a pension presentation (for my defined contribution scheme) L&G explaining how they managed the exposure and the buying/selling on index changes, which explained how they tracked pretty closely without levying extortionate management charges (for a large pension fund).

However, some trackers haD pretty dire performance, even losing 5% in a year against the index they were supposed to track. I am going back a couple of decades, mind...

edmundshaw
06/6/2023
09:14
BMS were indeed promoted to the FTSE Small Cap Index last week. Changes take effect from 19th June, so it'll be interesting to see if there's any increased buying up to and after that date.
rivaldo
30/5/2023
09:58
The next FTSE indexes review takes place tomorrow (Wednesday), with changes taking effect from 19th June.

It looks like BMS will be promoted to the Small Cap index, which should prompt some tracker index buying in advance of and after the promotion:

rivaldo
24/5/2023
10:56
I added on the silly dip. Not only is it becoming fairly common to delay accounts in 2023 they are duty bound to note in the rns if there are any sinister reasons for the delay. Remember we have also bought several broking desks/teams in the financial year so probably requires more work.
rimau1
23/5/2023
20:54
1pvh, that could easily be correct. However it would take just a few words to explain that in the news release. Instead of that we've been given nothing and left to speculate. Very poor form IMHO
cwa1
23/5/2023
20:28
Probably the delay has been caused by the restructuring of the set up of the company announced recently. Accounts were delayed last year as well but everything turned out ok.
1pvh
23/5/2023
19:49
I have registered my disapproval to the FD this evening, citing the RNS postponement without explanation, having been trailed as 'by end of May.' Also publishing after hours, instead of early morning! I realise as a public company I will not get any explanation but believe it's important to register disapproval.
grahamhacker
23/5/2023
17:06
I agree nearly 3 months is plenty of time to get accounts produced and audited. Perhaps they are waiting another month to provide forward guidance. I agree, an explanation should be given, as without it, suggests they need more time for 'something.'
grahamhacker
23/5/2023
16:49
So...

The Company intends to announce its financial results for the year ended 28 February 2023 by the end of May 2023.

to...

The board of Braemar Plc (LSE: BMS) announces that the publication of the Group's accounts for the year ended 28 February 2023 will be released in the second half of June 2023.

Without so much as a word of explanation. Very disappointing and treating shareholders in a very cavalier fashion

For the record I'm not suggesting anything is wrong or even that results will be less good than expected, just think a brief explanantion should be given for the delay

cwa1
23/5/2023
16:45
RNS Update - Accounts to be posted second half of June
grahamhacker
23/5/2023
13:51
BMS web site simply shows "May 2023: Braemar Plc annual results"
grahamhacker
23/5/2023
13:48
Last year 20 May 22 - FY results + trading update.Stockopedia showed 23 May 23 as FY results - this no longer shows on their App so I'm wondering when the final FY results are going to be released?
grahamhacker
23/5/2023
07:43
Um! No release yet as expected?
grahamhacker
22/5/2023
14:45
Cheers mfh & rivaldo
edmundshaw
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