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BMS Braemar Plc

1.00 (0.36%)
Last Updated: 14:02:55
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Braemar Plc BMS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
1.00 0.36% 282.00 14:02:55
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
283.00 282.00 283.00 281.00
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Braemar BMS Dividends History

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Posted at 29/11/2023 15:29 by harry davis
They have to get AGM approval for the final dividend which will go ex dividend in early January and then come back with the interim dividend after that in February so 12p of ex dividends coming in the next 2.5 months

The Baltic Dry Index is up to 1.5 year highs today and has been flying... wait until the structural tanker shortage story comes into 2024 view :^)
Posted at 21/11/2023 16:04 by masurenguy
Major Shareholders in BMS

Braemar Seascope ESOP: 3,959,630. 12.00%
Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Management Ltd: 2,561,280. 7.78%
Chelverton Asset Management Ltd: 1,925,000. 5.85%
Quentin B. Soanes: 1,334,490. 4.05%
Barclays Bank Plc (Private Banking): 1,318,533. 4.00%
National Financial Services LLC (Broker): 897,000. 2.72%
J. M. Finn & Co. Ltd: 860,000. 2.61%
James Gundy: 772,156. 2.35%
Rodney Leslie North: 469,000. 1.42%
Downing Ventures: 466,000. 1.41%

The top ten shareholders collectively control circa 44% of the stock.
Posted at 21/11/2023 08:38 by rimau1
Indeed Pireric BMS is very cheap on every metric (price/book, xearnings, cash adjusted etc). For balance my bear case points are (1) with my CEO hat on I would kitchen sink y/e Mar'24 and focus on hitting FY25 expectations - which i have personally priced in (2) external markets / shipping downturn. Thats all i have.Dan the epic - i just re-read your recent posts/views on BMS, hope you were not on the wrong side of the trade.
Posted at 16/11/2023 17:51 by hyden
I expect the company's accounts will have been filed with Companies House today, which means they can now apply to have the suspension lifted. The shares will potentially resume trading from 8.00am tomorrow, or Monday latest. I will otherwise be surprised as there is no reason for the shares to remain suspended. The company has already said as much:

"The Group will seek a restoration of trading in its ordinary shares on the London Stock Exchange following the publication of the FY23 results and filing of the 2023 Annual Report and Accounts."

I rather think the outlook is bright and I shall continue to hold. The dividend yield on my purchase is now just over 5.25% and that is good enough for me.
Posted at 14/11/2023 07:35 by cwa1
Publication of FY23 Results

The Group confirms that it will announce its audited final results for the year ended 28 February 2023 ("FY23") and publish its 2023 Annual Report and Accounts on Thursday,16 November 2023.

Previous FY23 guidance remains unchanged, with revenue of £152.9m (FY22: £101.3m) and underlying operating profit of £20.1m (FY22: £10.1m).

The board intends to reconvene the Annual General Meeting of the Company on Monday, 18 December 2023, where a final dividend for FY23 of 8.0 pence per share (FY22: 7.0 pence) will be proposed. Total dividends in respect of FY23 will be 12.0 pence per share, a 33% increase over the previous year (FY22: 9.0 pence).

The Group will seek a restoration of trading in its ordinary shares on the London Stock Exchange following the publication of the FY23 results and filing of the 2023 Annual Report and Accounts.

Publication of H1 FY24 Results

The Group will announce its results for the six months ended 31 August 2023 on Wednesday, 29 November 2023. In line with previous guidance, underlying operating profit (excluding foreign exchange movements) for H1 FY24 is expected to be not less than £7.0m (H1 FY23: £8.9m, excluding foreign exchange movements).

The board remains confident in the outlook for the second half of the current financial year and, in line with the Group's stated progressive dividend policy, expects to recommend an interim dividend of not less than 4.0 pence per share.

Results Roadshow and Online Presentations

Given the proximity of these results announcements, the Company will host a combined results roadshow, commencing with an online analyst briefing on Wednesday, 29 November 2023 at 10.30am. Please contact the team at Buchanan via for further details.

The Company is also hosting an online investor presentation with Q&A on Friday, 1 December 2023, commencing at 1pm. To participate, please register with PI World at
Posted at 10/11/2023 18:45 by clarkey1880
Friends - i was banging on about the macro effect to braemar thats coming to negatively pressure the share price.

One other thing to add to that macro woe is EU ETS - this means dramatically inflated shipping costs, most likely to cause disruption and drop in transaction liquidity.

The horizon for BMS is stormy… if this wasnt suspended have been priced in - yes.

Will this be bearish if / when it re lists - yes.

I was reminded of a similar story to bms - stobart…
Posted at 05/11/2023 19:34 by clarkey1880
Gotcha ok. I thought you were trying to draw a parallel with bms not being effected by Maersk cuts - which i fully expect it will, given the macro reasoning behind the Maersk cuts.

Without question the global macro picture is slowing - this will mean less demand for shipping, across the pie.

Bloomberg 6 days ago : “ If the oil market offers clues about the state of the economy, it’s through the prism of two petroleum products: diesel and naphtha. And in Europe, the news is bleak.”

So thats maersk calling the end of the party on dry, bloomberg calling a drop in wet and petchem. Thats just charter.

Then s&p - as i said financing is impossible atm, although i guess it could be bolstered by firesale - but again, bms would have to be strong to win those and i’m not sure theyre great on s&p.

I’m moving to guilts and buyout / turnaround funds myself.

Thoughts welcome
Posted at 05/11/2023 17:02 by clarkey1880
Catabrit - i don’t understand your savills or cbre comparison.

Maersk own ships, so your savills analogy doesn’t work. Maersk is making layoffs because the global economy is faltering.

Global slowdown effects all lines of bms’ shipping business, container, dry, wet, dirty, clean, chem, energy.

Did you see recently the demand for naphtha and other feedstocks in EU has dropped because of inflationary pressure and global slowdown? Ie less chem being shipped…

If global trade demand is off due to inflation, fixtures will drop across all shipping sectors, meaning less deals for bms to win, shipping rates drop, so deals completed drop in value. S&p will get hammered because of interest rates and credit on debt. Etc etc.

Add in a shift in the strength of USD now vs gbp (last year bms outperformed based purely on currency difference at the end of the year).

Tell me i’m wrong, g’wan
Posted at 05/11/2023 14:39 by mayojames
Totally agree and anyway BMS exposure notgreat.More important container lines react quickly to cargo flows and new tech as margins so small.A broker like BMS are linked to longterm charter rates and new build / S&P so really not imminent factor.Lets see what next few weeks bring but am relaxed.
Posted at 26/10/2023 07:25 by cwa1
Another clock reset, Mid November this time :-(

First half results

The Group continues to trade in line with expectations. Underlying operating profit (excluding foreign exchange movements) for H1 FY24 is expected to be not less than £7.0m (H1 FY23: £8.9m, excluding foreign exchange movements). The board also remains confident in the outlook for the second half of the financial year.

Publication of FY23 results and investigation update

Further to the announcement on 22 September 2023, the independent internal investigation has now been completed. The resulting actions relating to the historic transactions identified in the investigation have, however, taken slightly longer to implement than previously anticipated. As a result, the board now expects to publish its final FY23 results in mid-November 2023, with the FY24 interims shortly thereafter. The board expects to seek a restoration of the Company's listing after the publication of the FY23 results.

Previous FY23 guidance remains unchanged, with revenue expected to be not less than £150m (FY22: £101.3m), and underlying operating profit expected to be not less than £20.0m (FY22: £10.1m).

The board will propose at the reconvened AGM (in December 2023), a final dividend of 8 pence per share (2022: 7 pence). Total dividends in respect of FY23 will be 12 pence per share, a 33% increase over the previous year (FY22: 9 pence).

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