Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brewin Dolphin LSE:BRW London Ordinary Share GB0001765816 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.10p +0.60% 354.80p 353.60p 353.80p 356.90p 352.90p 352.90p 126,621 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 280.5 50.1 18.6 19.1 1,005.11

Brewin Dolphin Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/7/2017
20:44
With Share plc reporting good trading volume's a few weeks ago, and Jarvis hopefully reporting good volume's tomorrow ! there should be the strenght for BRW to at least hold this level if not push a wee bit higher.
tenapen
19/7/2017
16:22
Share price grinding.....triple top.....needs to find strength or it will keel over. Keeping an eye on this. :-)
sux_2bu
01/6/2017
09:49
Looking good
janekane
18/5/2017
08:48
True in some cases, guess some people hate any form of fee and so just want bucket shop market trackers nowadays which is not a bad option, but for those that don't BRW seem to be adding value and doing ok. Small position for me.
its the oxman
17/5/2017
10:09
Problem is these old style managers charge a lot and don't add a lot of value/performance. The asset management industry has hit peak charges.
rock star
17/5/2017
08:39
Good results, positive momentum / outlook although like all fund managers somewhat dependent on wider market levels. Nice increase in dividend.
its the oxman
13/4/2017
12:43
Chart suggests to me we could push higher toward old 350p high shortly if main market can put together some decent up days.
its the oxman
05/4/2017
20:25
Interesting comments from Neil Woodford. "Over the last couple of years, an increasing proportion of fund flow appears to be going to either passive strategies or genuinely active fund managers. The industry is becoming increasingly polarised and there is a huge chunk of the industry that will be feeling very nervous about this trend. There are a lot of funds out there that claim to be actively-managed but, in reality, they are nothing of the sort – they are closet-trackers, broadly tracking the performance of the market but charging investors active fees for the privilege of receiving, at best, mediocre performance. Over the years, the practices of closet-indexation and fee obfuscation have contributed to an unfortunate erosion of trust and confidence in the active investment industry. From here, though, the future for this part of the industry looks rather bleak. With the regulator seemingly keen to ensure a clearer link between performance and charges, life is going to get even tougher for closet-tracker funds and the fund management companies that offer them. In a future world of greater transparency, there is a role to be played by passive funds and a role to be played by truly active fund managers. But the rest of the industry may struggle. In my view, that will be a good outcome for investors. This article first appeared in Money Marketing on 5 April 2017.
rock star
10/3/2017
07:43
Payday Ive reinvested mine
janekane
16/2/2017
13:07
Ex divi today 9.14 p hence the drop
janekane
19/12/2016
19:33
http://www.investegate.co.uk/brewin-dolphin-hldgs--brw-/rns/acquisition-of-duncan-lawrie-asset-management-ltd/201612190700091715S/ Maybe this is the start of some sort of consolidation in the sector !.
tenapen
19/12/2016
07:37
They are paying a lot of money for FUM. Smells of having to grow revenue by acquisition rather than organic growth. The long term capital growth for BRW shareholders has not been good.
rock star
23/9/2016
10:38
I can't believe there is much growth in this business model. They(and others) have ramped up customer costs with no added value in a period when passive funds have done better. All the old values have gone from the industry imo.
rock star
01/9/2016
11:25
Up nearly 30% since I bought on the referendum fall, I can hardly believe it, but happy!
value king
26/8/2016
10:22
The problem is before long the asset managers will have to charge less for very low yielding fixed interest investments or face issues with the regulator in a couple of years time. I believe Wealth Management earnings have peaked. Good article in the FT today.
rock star
19/5/2016
17:52
Read Panmure Gordon & Co's note on BREWIN DOLPHIN HOLDINGS PLC (BRW), out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB0001765816 "With AUM of £32.8m, means the shares trade on an EV/AUM of 1.9%, compared to a peer group median of 2.32%. On a forward PE basis, the shares also trade at a discount to the peer group, trading at 14.8x compared to a median of 16.5x. We continue to see value in Brewin’s shares from a valuation perspective, and so..."
thomasthetank1
19/5/2016
10:24
small div increase, importantly discretionary FUM up, but share price reacting to lower eps I guess. Hardly unexpected though given state over markets. Need market levels to improve, hopefully a year end scenario, if we are to break higher.
its the oxman
19/5/2016
08:02
IMO the wealth managers have just become expensive tracker funds these days.All they do is try to track an index and charge around 1%. No wonder ETF market share is growing.
chillpill
04/4/2016
13:59
Anyone know reason for uptick
wilsonst1
16/3/2016
16:45
Poised to break upwards again, I hope.
its the oxman
03/12/2015
08:56
If lucky may have legs to test 300p short term.
its the oxman
03/12/2015
08:22
Pension changes, increasing need for wealth management for our aging population. BRW have expertise and if they can tap into this and continue to grow AUM then they should do well.
its the oxman
02/12/2015
21:51
Big hike in div and management sounding confident. May need FTSE to rise if it's to really motor again but remains well off old 350p highs so worth a punt perhaps at 265p
its the oxman
23/7/2015
18:00
That is Andrew unless BRW are loosing market share to a competetor !. Jarvis released a strong set of interims today with a 7% increase in client numbers.
tenapen
23/7/2015
11:33
Fund managers/institutions been buying in the past few months, so as I pretty much suggested above, now is a good time to buy or add, given the lower summer share price. When the holidays end, expect a pick up; especially as the market they are in will pick up too.
andrewbaker
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