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CNKS Cenkos Securities Plc

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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 29.00 0.00 01:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 29.00 GBX

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Posted at 01/8/2023 12:19 by quepassa

And the number of UK intentions to float is astonishing.

I am quite certain that once the understandable state of flux settles down and the merger completes that Cenkos-Finncap will equally get their fair share of the increasingly confident IPO arena.
Posted at 26/7/2023 08:01 by quepassa
Yes, I think you are missing something.

The business is successful. And the future prospects for the newly-merged firm should be outstanding as the new leading independent broker.

The sector is however highly cyclical. Always has been. Always will be.

And players in this sector -together with their shareholders- go through periodic times of feast and famine.

The recent business cycle has been dreadful for business which has lead to much reduced sector-wide profitability and a restructuring of the sector which includes the merger of Cenkos with FinnCap and the sale of Numis to Deutsche.

This is a result of the near closing of the new issues and IPO market after Brexit and the bursting of the Tech sector bubble in the USA . This has hit fees hard and in turn profits and this is reflected in much lower share prices.

However, there are now distinct signs that the market has bottomed and started the up-cycle phase - judging by an increasing number of IPO's both in the UK and in the USA .

In these circumstances, a 3p dividend is very generous indeed. They didn't have to pay one.

But more importantly, with interest rates peaking, M&A/IPO activity picking up, and an anticipated easing of UK listing regulations, the market is moving off the bottom and the future prospects for Cenkos-FinnCap should be fantastic.

Posted at 25/7/2023 18:25 by grahamg8
Am I missing something? The share price has dropped by 50% in the past year, we get 3p and are supposed to be grateful. Meanwhile the bosses pocked over 3m shares worth nigh on £1m. How much would they get if the business was actually successful?
Posted at 25/7/2023 08:42 by quepassa
Now that formal FCA clearance has been granted for the FinnCap-Cenkos merger, timetable is now slated as follows:-

-Revised Pay Date of juicy 3p Interim Dividend is now 6th. September. (for shareholders on the register at 11/8/23)

-Old Cenkos shares to be suspended on 7th. September from 07.30hrs

-New Finncap shares to start trading 8th. September effective 07.00hrs

One old Cenkos share will be exchanged for 3.1942064 new FinnCap shares

all imo. dyor.
Posted at 14/7/2023 16:08 by arthur_lame_stocks
For what it's worth I think these are worth a punt. The current market conditions won't last forever and the combination of CNKS and FCAP may be capable of making substantial profits when the market recovers.
Posted at 08/7/2023 07:00 by charo
As both parties likely to see further substantial falls in share price a counter bid for one or other part cash could be a winner.
Posted at 06/6/2023 14:38 by quepassa
the mudrick/cenkos rumours remind me of the rumours surrounding the AA IPO from many years ago which came to fruition and which was a veritable jackpot for cenkos. the share price soared around the event.

Typical fees of around 5% on £300m would be very nice indeed - whether sole or shared.

let's hope the rumours (from a highly credible source) crystalise into reality.

all imo. dyor.
Posted at 01/6/2023 10:42 by its the oxman
Is cnks a bargain now in the low 30s?
Posted at 23/3/2023 09:37 by needleboy
The chairwoman agrees an all-share merger after a 20% fall in the share price... and after putting out a set of results that is uninspiring to say the least. She must have no confidence in the ability of her CEO; and trying desperately to save her job. Whew. That's a sad end to an old thoroughbred.
Posted at 23/3/2023 07:23 by albert zog
Nil premium merger

Insider shareholders seem supportive

Disappointing for CNKS. Share swap at very low share price levels

All the rhetoric is around management preservation and co CEOs. No financial synergies disclosed. Tells you everything

Current trading must be dire. FinnCap will be grateful for the CNKS cash balance
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