Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cenkos Securities Plc LSE:CNKS London Ordinary Share GB00B1FLHR07 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -2.54% 57.50 57.00 58.00 59.00 57.50 59.00 60,390 13:34:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 45.0 2.3 4.2 13.7 33

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/12/2019
08:39
Cenkos are acting as sole broker to Creo Medical Group (CREO) on a placing to raise up to £43m (open offer also being proposed to raise up to £6.6m). HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/creo-medical-group--creo-/rns/fundraising-and-launch-of-accelerated-book-build/201912020700082339V/
speedsgh
28/11/2019
17:23
Can't decide whether to be brave and double up or give up on Cenkos and move on. Very disappointing and being left behind by the market for now.
its the oxman
27/11/2019
08:31
Things are picking up. A small Somers IPO - connected to UIL. https://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/other/14324966.html
topvest
25/11/2019
10:56
Cenkos have been appointed by Sativa Group (NEX:SATI) to explore a potential move from the NEX exchange to an AIM listing... HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/sativa-group-plc--sati-/rns/update--senior-hires--exploration-of-aim-listing-/201911250700104940U/ As the Company continues to mature and expand, the Board has considered the most appropriate market on which its shares should trade. The Company confirms that it has appointed Cenkos Securities to explore the Admission of the Company's shares to trading on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market ("AIM"). Whilst there can be no guarantee that this will be achieved, the Company is keen to pursue an Admission to AIM as soon as practicable in the New Year.
speedsgh
25/11/2019
10:48
Cenkos peer, finnCap, have released their Interim Results this morning which appear creditable in view of the current market conditions... HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/finncap-group-plc--fcap-/rns/interim-results-and--interim-dividend/201911250700084475U/ Financial highlights: · Turnover of £14.2m (5 months to 30 September 2018: £9.1m) o Equity Capital Markets division turnover £9.2m (5 months to 30 September 2018: £9.1m) o M&A division turnover £5.0m (5 months to 30 September 2018: £nil) · Pre-tax profit £1.4m (5 months to 30 September 2018: £1.4m) · Adjusted EPS of 0.76p per share* · Interim dividend of 0.42p per share · Cash of £5.1m (31 Mar 2019: £4.7m) Commenting on the results, Sam Smith, Chief Executive Officer, said: "The period has seen some very testing market conditions, ongoing domestic political uncertainty and turbulent macro-economic headwinds affecting equities globally. The Group now has a more diversified revenue stream following our acquisition of Cavendish Corporate Finance in December 2018 and we remain excited about continuing to build a financial services business for growth companies."
speedsgh
25/11/2019
10:43
Cenkos are acting as Nomad/sole broker on a placing/subscription for Corero Network Security (CNS) to raise up to £3.25m... HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/corero-network-sec---cns-/rns/placing---subscription---notice-of-general-meeting/201911250700084439U/ The Company has conditionally raised up to approximately £0.95 million before expenses by the conditional Placing of up to 27,268,543 Placing Shares at the Issue Price by Cenkos, as agent for the Company, with Placees... The Company intends to raise up to £3.25 million ($4.2 million) before expenses in the Placing and Subscription. The aggregate estimate of expenses for the Placing and Subscription is expected to be £0.125 million... Cenkos Securities plc, which is authorised and regulated in the United Kingdom by the Financial Conduct Authority, is acting solely as nominated adviser and broker to the Company in connection with the Placing...
speedsgh
22/11/2019
13:53
It looks like they will lose some / all of their investment trust clients. Not good, but this was mentioned a while back. At least the T Clarke mandate win is some evidence of something going right. I would hope that the CEO starts things motoring over the coming months. Let's see!
topvest
22/11/2019
12:13
A recent new appointment for Cenkos as broker to T Clarke plc (CTO)... HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/tclarke-plc--cto-/rns/appointment-of-broker---notice-of-trading-update/201911200700049529T/ TClarke plc (the "Company"), the building services group, is pleased to announce that Cenkos Securities plc has, with effect from today, been appointed as the Company's Corporate Broker...
speedsgh
13/11/2019
09:38
Panmure Gordon lifts nine-strong team from struggling Cenkos - HTTPS://www.fnlondon.com/articles/panmure-gordon-lifts-nine-strong-team-from-struggling-cenkos-20191113
speedsgh
11/11/2019
09:28
Loss of mandate. Panmure Gordon replace Cenkos as corporate broker to European Assets Trust (EAT). HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/european-assets-tst--eat-/rns/change-of-corporate-broker/201911110700097069S/
speedsgh
07/11/2019
14:09
For followers of the financial theory of Mean Reversion, Exhibit 15 on the Edison Research note today is fascinating. It details and graphs the ten year history of share price to book value for Cenkos. The ten year average is 2.4x, having peaked near 4x on a few occasions. The current ratio is just 1x which is a ten year (if not all-time) low. Edison comments: "Cenkos’s current rating at 1x book represents a low point over this period reflecting the difficult market background, but also suggesting an opportunity on a medium to longer view given the potential for a substantial recovery in earnings and return on equity." And The Employee Trust just keeps on buying.... ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/11/2019
09:16
Edison Research this morning INITIATES COVERAGE of Cenkos in a detailed note. An excellent, compelling and thorough piece of Research from highly regarded Edison. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
05/11/2019
16:55
Yawn. Yawn. Yawn
quepassa
05/11/2019
13:28
How else will private equity and institutional buyers get their money out of investments other than through selling them into the equity market? Secondary and tertiary buyouts ? Staple finance is at 5x these days There's a lot the Treasury and Downing Street can do to further encourage new listings for high-growth and hi-tech companies in the UK. Remove IHT status for AIM ? The main marginal buyer of the public equity asset class has been companies, not punters like you. Eg share buybacks Listen to knowledgeable voices. Not PR hype. Only then will you understand what is going on.
albert zog
05/11/2019
11:25
you said GLOBAL de-equitization. and now we have the single most valuable company in the whole world which is listing and selling equity - hardly supportive of any thesis of de-equitisation . you have just been following the financial media flock which has been writing recently that because European/UK IPO's have hit a low due to unstable conditions, this points to de-equitisation. You therefore incorrectly conclude that the bottom has fallen out of the new listings equity market. It's nonsense. Just a temporary phenomenon. And as soon as the markets return, listings will sky-rocket. How else will private equity and institutional buyers get their money out of investments other than through selling them into the equity market? There's a lot the Treasury and Downing Street can do to further encourage new listings for high-growth and hi-tech companies in the UK. Read the article.
quepassa
05/11/2019
10:12
AramCo is listing in Riyadh ? 3% of its equity ? How does that benefit Cenkos ? AIM is losing an average of 6 companies a month, back in UK There's nothing the Treasury or the FT can do about de-equitization … you must listen and understand that
albert zog
05/11/2019
08:24
you clearly haven't read today's FT and you don't know what you are talking about. de-equitisation....yeah right....have you heard of the AramCo IPO...that's hardly global de-equitization is it????
quepassa
05/11/2019
08:06
No chance …. de-equitization is global, not something the Treasury can deal with in isolation There is no research in a post Mifid environment … and the UK is on a PE of c12x … the lowest in Europe, so valuations will not be there either
albert zog
05/11/2019
07:44
Fascinating article in today's FT, page 2, which is potentially excellent news for the sector. Article headed " Flotations - No 10 in talks to boost City after Brexit" And continues that industry talks are being held with Downing Street and The Treasury with a view to " changing listing rules to encourage encourage high-growth companies,such as technology companies, to float in London". See FT for full article and context. The combination of augmenting pent-up demand plus potential government stimulus to encourage new listings in London makes an increasingly compelling outlook for the sector which has been suffering lower volumes in recent times due to Brexit uncertainty. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
31/10/2019
13:11
Over capacity in a low volume, post Mifid market. Unless Brexit gets favourably resolves, the outlook remains poor for these City brokers
albert zog
31/10/2019
12:08
Further to posts 3210/3211, Duke Royalty (DUKE) have announced that, following completion of the Open Offer, they have raised a total of £17.45m via the placing/retail offer/open offer. They were looking to raise up to £20m. Result of EGM and Issue of £17.5 million of Equity - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/duke-royalty-limited--duke-/rns/result-of-egm-and-issue-of--17-5-million-of-equity/201910301355166704R/
speedsgh
31/10/2019
10:44
Broker merry-go-round turns on - HTTPS://quoteddata.com/2019/10/broker-merrygoround-turns/ Broker merry-go-round turns on – The advent of MiFID II and the decline in new issues in 2019 may have been affecting revenues at some investment company broker teams. In the past few months we have seen some changes to the industry line-up. The latest story is that a team from Stifel are said to be joining Jefferies. This follows Investec’s recruitment of a team of 14 from Canaccord in June this year; an exchange of staff between Cenkos and Panmure, and the ousting of much of Panmure’s team; a team going from Fidante to Cenkos; and rumours that, having long been linked with a desire to expand into the sector, Macquarie is instead shrinking its London office.
speedsgh
31/10/2019
10:40
Stockwatch: A near double-digit yield that might just hold - HTTPS://tinyurl.com/y5mx2y8f
speedsgh
30/10/2019
22:53
Cheap, - one day the good times will come again
its the oxman
30/10/2019
21:01
Added a few at 51p, see if it can get to 60p.
matt123d
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