Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brewin Dolphin Holdings Plc LSE:BRW London Ordinary Share GB0001765816 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.43% 234.00 115,187 15:40:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
233.00 234.00 238.00 227.50 238.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 336.30 62.52 17.00 13.8 710
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:40:39 O 95,000 233.50 GBX

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Brewin Dolphin Daily Update: Brewin Dolphin Holdings Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRW. The last closing price for Brewin Dolphin was 233p.
Brewin Dolphin Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 223.50p and a 12 week average price of 223.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 377.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 130p.
There are currently 303,232,690 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 418,111 shares. The market capitalisation of Brewin Dolphin Holdings Plc is £709,564,494.60.
sux_2bu: Share price grinding.....triple top.....needs to find strength or it will keel over. Keeping an eye on this. :-)
its the oxman: 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.
andrewbaker: 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.
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its the oxman: Results and placing have been well received today. New management targets seem to be convincing investors growth in earning and profits will come. Hopefully further share price strength will result.
its the oxman: Seems to be struggling to make headway. Anyone anything to add or seen some broker recommendation/research? Guess we need results news flow to get share price going - or perhaps hargreaves lansdown would be kind enough to snap us up.
lfc4ever: EDISON: BD has announced the acquisition of Tilman Asset Management, a privately owned private client company, based in Ireland. The initial consideration of €20.8m (4.6% BD's market cap) less surplus capital, is 11.5x earnings to March 2011, but just 1.7% of the €917m AuM. The buy-out will be 11.5x 2014 earnings (less initial consideration). While this deal may be modestly dilutive to earnings (consideration is BD shares trading at 2012 sub 10x), it is buying the potential of the Irish wealth management sector where the competition and market for advice are in turmoil. Cost synergies 2014, when IT strategic review completed We do not expect cost synergies initially as BD will be fully occupied with its own IT strategic review. Systems integration is likely to be post 2014, which also simplifies assessment of the buy-out performance period. Irish market for advice in turmoil The Irish market for advice has been traumatic with massive flows into property related funds just ahead of the financial crisis, as well as the share price collapse of Irish financials, a major part of the index. The credibility of many advisers collapsed with the investments. Wealth also has been affected by residential and commercial property prices both falling materially. IFAs have also been squeezed out by the slump in home movers decimating property-related income. The long-term demographics in Ireland are hugely positive, with a younger population than the UK and, assuming emigration does not become endemic, this provides support for longterm growth. Valuation: Upside about a quarter We had not expected BD to make a corporate acquisition, but this does not appear expensive, and potentially opens an entirely new market. We will update estimates when the deal completes so our valuation is unchanged. On peer relativities BD trades on a c 10% discount which, bearing in mind the business growth and opportunities, appears unjustified. Our absolute valuation approaches indicate a more meaningful upside. Valuation We adopt a range of valuation approaches and, after the interim results, we have rolled the methodologies forward on to 2012 estimates from 2011. Given the growth we are forecasting, this timing issue alone raises the implied valuation. The average of our methodologies produces a fair value of 205p, an upside of about a quarter against the current price of c 166p
moneybags: The share price was around the £2.30 to £2.40 mark before the credit crunch. They will get there again.It just takes time. In fact, If inflation hits in like I think it will this year(Our UK offshore island is already 6% inflation and we are usually a fore runner for U.K. mainland inflation)so I expect that will mean that investors will have to pay more for the shares as money becomes worth less as 2011/12 goes on. We shall see...... Regards, Moneybags
lfc4ever: edison update Brewin Dolphin has issued its full year pre-close trading statement (to 26 September). Discretionary funds growth ahead of the APCIMS index for the full year was 10.8%, a further, consistent gain from the 8.5% for the nine months reported to end June 2010. Fees will be set by market levels on 5 October, and commissions were said to be close to the strong Q409 levels. 2010 consensus forecasts rose after the July IMS, and we expect them to do so again on this announcement. Unsurprisingly, the share price reaction has been strong. Upgrades to revenue forecasts likely Detailed revenue information is not given in this release, but there may be upgrades to revenue estimates from both commissions (close to strong Q409) and the level of funds. We had forecast £13.2bn of the wider-margin, discretionary funds against the £14bn indicated today. Advisory funds at £9.2bn were in line with our forecasts. Forecasts We have increased 2010 revenues by 2% to £249m and 2011 by c 4% to £274m assuming no change in margin. We have also increased costs meaning that statutory pre-tax profit estimates have increased from £32.4m to £33.5m (2011 from £44.0m to £45.2m). Adjusted pre-tax estimates rise by similar amounts to £41.5m and £50.5m for 2010 and 2011 respectively. Our forecast for the modest corporate advisory and broking unit is for a small profit in the second half (less than half that reported for the first six months). Given the 13% drop in March-June revenues reported in the July IMS, following especially weak market trading conditions in May and June, there is modest downside risk in this area. Valuation Our Gordon's growth and sum of the parts models continue to generate a price of around 175p to 180p, c 25% above the current level.
lgpixels: FT Comment "The share price underperformance leaves it yielding a healthy 5.6 per cent and trading on 10 times forecast earnings of 13.3p, which looks undemanding given the size of the discount to peers such as Rathbone, on 15."
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