Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brooks Macdonald Group LSE:BRK London Ordinary Share GB00B067N833 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +15.00p +0.84% 1,810.00p 1,780.00p 1,840.00p 1,760.00p 1,760.00p 1,760.00p 5,467 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 91.7 8.0 43.0 42.1 250.42

Brooks Macdonald Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/3/2018
13:22
Hi Mad thanks for the info, I hope you make progress and get a decent reward. I thought I read somewhere that Brooks did not think they had a legal obligation for the losses, so to go from a 10% offer to full recovery would be some ask. Just as a reference account holders at Beaufort Securities are liable for a 10-15% hair cut due to the liquidation even thou their funds were held in a separate envelope I believe.
steptoe57
13/3/2018
10:03
Mad is your £100m based on you recovering all your losses, and can you give me a bit of history and why you think they are liable to repay the full amount?
steptoe57
13/3/2018
08:26
I see they have more or less doubled their provision for spearpoint. Based around the previous offer they made me, I think they are now looking at offering me about 10% of what I believe my losses to be. So while they have provisioned £12m, I think it could easily be closer to £100m.
mad foetus
30/1/2018
17:44
Relief after the last few months, And on a market down day.
elmfield
30/1/2018
12:09
wow - quite a move ..
verymaryhinge
29/1/2018
13:25
Good to see a recovery in share price, hope it holds.
elmfield
12/11/2017
10:49
Well, Brooks have written explaining that their sums were wrong and they are going to come back with a new offer shortly. Personally, in terms of what I lost through Spearpoint investing in such rubbish as Origo, Squarestone and Ncondezi is at least 50 times more than the initial offer made to me. It may be worth shorting Brooks to make up for Spearpoint's negligence! The bald eagle should be caged imo.
mad foetus
03/10/2017
10:42
I was one of the investors affected by the Spearpoint fiasco. I complained to BMC a couple of years ago about it and wrote to Darren Zaman again last week, as They didn't have my current address. If he doesn't come up with a satisfactory response I will set out the facts in full here, as I think they could provide useful insight into the potential liabilities BMC may face.
mad foetus
21/9/2017
16:05
Bought in today. Results were decent and it looks like the recovery is under way.
martinthebrave
28/7/2017
11:23
this is kitchen sinking by the new CEO i assume..
verymaryhinge
28/7/2017
10:50
looks like the headlong rush for growth neglected risk management so now having to catch up, rather a cursory statement issued and just wondering how getting out of the Spearpoint debacle is going to cost £6m?
mw8156
27/7/2017
15:54
A bit harsh?
elmfield
14/6/2017
11:33
I've been invested a year. What a great performance
1savvyinvestor
02/6/2017
13:29
Nice write up in the IC today.
elmfield
09/5/2017
16:16
I thought only red bull had wings, But Brk got wings as well.
elmfield
05/5/2017
19:12
We are quite well rated already so why the recent rise? I wonder if someone is going to swallow us up.....?
elmfield
15/3/2017
08:58
And still doing it!
elmfield
17/3/2016
19:18
Doing what it says on the tin.
elmfield
17/3/2016
15:51
Video interview with Andrew Shapherd http://tinyurl.com/j9zffgh “What the pension market needs and what the public needs is to be able to see consistency so they can plan for the years ahead.” That was Andrew Shepherd’s prognosis of this week’s budget announcement by UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne which avoided big changes to pension legislation. Shepherd is the deputy chief executive of wealth manager Brooks Macdonald Group plc (LON:BRK), which consists of six principal companies including retirement planning services. The budget coincided with the company announcing half year results which revealed a 22% rise in pre-tax profit due to across-the-board growth in the company’s asset management, international and funds divisions.
proactivest
29/1/2016
17:06
VIDEO: Brooks Macdonald at Equity Development Investor Forum 27.1.16 hxxp://www.piworld.co.uk/2016/01/26/brooks-macdonald-brk-trading-update-26th-january-2016/ Brooks Macdonald – BRK, Andrew Shepherd, Deputy Chief Executive presents at the Equity Developments investor forum, following the 26.1.16 trading update. BRK launched on AIM in 2005, since which they have consistently grown their profits and funds under management.; without accumulating debt on the balance sheet. Consistency, is one of their key axioms – and it seems true in their results, as well as what they say about their offering. Here, Andrew outlines their business, including asset management, funds, property management and their growing international business. Asset management is currently the main driver of their business, contributing 75% of revenues, 80% of which comes from their UK bespoke portfolio service. In the future, they want to increase discretionary fund management, directed to them through professional advisers. Currently they work with 775 firms (of advisers), and would like to work with 2,500 of the total universe of 14,450. They see great value in strategic alliances. The market is growing, with an ageing population, less company pension provision (few final salary schemes) and the move away from annuities. They see tremendous scope for international growth too. They target an average of 10% pa organic growth in funds under management. Dividends: they pay 2.15%, and have a progressive dividend policy. Going forward, once investment in their back office is complete, they will become increasingly cash generative, so may review their current policy in line with shareholder appetites. As their trading update says, in spite of the challenging markets, investment performance and new business have remained strong.
tomps2
06/10/2015
14:20
Video interview with Deputy CEO Shepherd http://tinyurl.com/orz5bf5 Andrew Shepherd, deputy chief executive of AIM-listed wealth management group Brooks Macdonald (LON:BRK), discusses the growth for the business since its IPO in 2005 and its investment approach going forward. Since listing in London a decade ago, the company’s market value has soared to £235mln with shares trading at 1,722p. Last month, the company revealed it had grown annual pre-tax profits by 8%, to £11.4mln, in a year where funds under management grew 13%. “It’s about giving clients the best returns with the least amount of risk,” says Shepherd, who has been at the business since 2002.
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