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 0.0% 81.00 16,076 08:00:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
79.00 83.00 81.00 81.00 81.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 31.91 2.25 3.70 21.9 46
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:57:01 O 500 79.99 GBX

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Cenkos Securities Daily Update: Cenkos Securities Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CNKS. The last closing price for Cenkos Securities was 81p.
Cenkos Securities Plc has a 4 week average price of 81p and a 12 week average price of 67p.
The 1 year high share price is 95p while the 1 year low share price is currently 45p.
There are currently 56,694,783 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 35,264 shares. The market capitalisation of Cenkos Securities Plc is £45,922,774.23.
kenmitch: Not what we want to see! Too slow winning new business too. Recent wins are good enough to support current share price but not enough to give it a decent lift. As topvest posted, May to July are key months to get transactions away and it's getting near the end of May.
grahamg8: So strong that the share price went down.
kenmitch: QuePassa Not sure about “astonishingly strong” update when Cenkos themselves describe it as in line. There were plenty of positives that should support the share price, including a promising pipeline if some of those come off. The update is solid rather than spectacular! Those of us holding since the lows can’t complain and there’s the added plus that Cenkos are still cheap compared with, say, Numis.
speedsgh: It would appear that Agronomics (ANIC) managed to raise £33.62m in yesterday's placing (against a minimum target of £21.12m). Proposed Fundraise to raise £50 million - HTTPS:// "The conditional subscription ("Subscription") has raised £28.88 million through the proposed issue of 131,289,323 New Ordinary Shares ("Subscription Shares") at the Issue Price." Result of Fundraising - HTTPS:// "The Group is pleased to announce that from the Fundraise [conditional placing and subscription] a total of 284,090,910 new Ordinary Shares have been successfully placed and/or subscribed for at a price of 22 pence per Ordinary Share, with new and existing investors, which, has conditionally raised gross proceeds of £ 62.5 million (net proceeds of approximately £59.5 million after expenses)." Total new ordinary shares issued to be issued 284,090,910 comprising: 131,289,323 Subscription shares + 152,801,587 Placing shares 152,801,587 Placing shares @ 22p each = £33.62m From the above, expenses from the fundraise look like £3m which would presumably be shared mainly between Cenkos (placing agent) & Peterhouse Capital (subscription agent)
tizo100: And the share price keeps dropping!
carcosa: Tipped in Investors Chronicle again by Simon Thompson. Here is an extract: ...because the company’s bumper cash pile of £32.7m (57p a share) backs up almost 75 per cent of its £44m market capitalisation, effectively meaning that an operational business benefiting from substantial operational leverage and a reduced cost base is priced on less than three times 2020 pre-tax profit. The 17 per cent hike in the 2020 payout to 3.5p a share is another attraction for income seekers looking to lock into a 4.5 per cent dividend yield. Since listing on Aim in December 2008, the board has paid out 178.3p a share, highlighting the importance of rewarding its shareholder base. It’s not beyond the realms of possibility that given Cenkos’ solid cash backing, the positive equity market environment, and potential for profit growth in 2021, the share price could rally a further 50 per cent to 120p, the high water mark in 2017 and 2018. A chart breakout above the March 2021 high of 81p would be a significant technical buy signal and one worth following. Buy.
kenmitch: From memory (so please point out if this is wrong) Director pay is relatively low compared with others in the sector with bonus payments and big dividends in the past being the main way their pay got boosted. I.e Cenkos did and still will pay out a lot of their profits via dividends. If that’s correct and assuming CNKS has now really turned the corner that would bode very well for dividend increases ahead. And as QuePassa has pointed out, 5% now isn’t bad! I’m a bit surprised at the muted share price reaction so far, with the share price still well below the recent peak.
kenmitch: That’s good news. A few more, and decent dividend increase and considerable share price gain looking ever more likely. Let’s hope they get an increasing amount of new business. So much of the share price is still cash so it won’t take much for share price to rocket and perhaps a “results likely to be better (or better still significantly better) than expected” trading update to trigger the share price rise quite soon. Better to be in ahead of that than possibly chasing the share price after it?
speedsgh: Re today's AGM statement... "continues to win new clients and to raise funds for its clients." By my calcs a net gain of 3 new clients (2 if one includes unconfirmed loss of DGOC mandate) NEW CLIENTS (7) Davenport Resources (ASX:DAV) - CNKS appointed UK broker Getech Group (GTC) - CNKS appointed Nomad/sole broker (replace WH Ireland) Pelatro (PTRO) - CNKS appointed Nomad/sole broker (replace finnCap) Caribbean Investment Holdings Ltd (CIHL) - CNKS appointed Nomad/sole broker at IPO (no funds being raised on admission) InfraStrata (INFA) - CNKS appointed Nomad/sole broker (replace Allenby Capital as Nomad/joint broker; replace Arden Partners as joint broker) One Media IP Group (OMIP) - CNKS appointed sole broker (replace Panmure Gordon) NextEnergy Solar Fund Ltd (NESF) - CNKS appointed sole financial adviser/joint broker (alongside Shore Capital) LOST CLIENTS (4) Sativa Group (NEX: SATI) - CNKS replaced as corporate adviser by Peterhouse Capital Angling Direct (ANG) - CNKS replaced as Nomad/sole broker by N+1 Singer GCP Asset Backed Income Fund (GABI) - CNKS replaced as sole broker/financial adviser by Investec Bank Beeks Financial Cloud Group (BKS) - CNKS replaced as Nomad/sole broker by Canaccord Genuity * as per post 3447, looks like Cenkos may also have lost DGOC as a client upon their move up to the Main Market Are the new clients acquired of the same quality as the lost clients? "the Company's revenues in the first five months of this year are ahead of the same period for last year." The past 3 months has seen an abnormally high level of fundraising activity on the markets with many companies undertaking placings to bolster/shore up their balance sheets. Despite Cenkos revenues being ahead of the same 5-month period in 2019 (H1 figures below give context over a longer timeframe), the flurry of fundraisings seems to have largely passed Cenkos by. In such an environment I would be expecting Cenkos to not just outperform H1 2019 but H1 in several other years also. Time will tell. H1 REVENUE 2011: £25.1m 2012: £20.2m 2013: £20.0m 2014: £65.2m (AA IPO) 2015: £53.1m (BCA Marketplace IPO) 2016: £15.3m 2017: £29.2m 2018: £18.1m 2019: £10.6m
speedsgh: Hi QP. I am not qualified to make a qualitative comparison between WHI & CNKS. However the CNKS TU of 19/12 was backward-looking (and I am guessing largely as a result of the fees earned on the ESUR takeover which completed in Dec) whereas the WHI statement today is forward-looking so of potential relevance to all sector peers. AFAICT CNKS have been involved in just 2 fundraisings in Jan/Feb 2019: a £1.15m subscription for Personal Group (PGH) & a £21m placing/open offer for Kromek Group (KMK). Whilst 2 months does not make a year, it is interesting to compare Jan/Feb performance to recent years (based on fundraisings announced): Jan/Feb 2016: £270m Jan/Feb 2017: £163m Jan/Feb 2018: £54m Jan/Feb 2019: £22.15m Numis AGM Update on 5/2/19: "Since the start of the financial year [on 1/10/2018], UK equity indices have suffered material declines and the domestic political situation has significantly impacted investor sentiment in the UK. As a result the market backdrop has been particularly challenging for our corporate and institutional clients, which has ultimately impacted our trading performance in the first four months of the year... ... We have a good pipeline of opportunities, and would expect to see a meaningful increase in revenue, as and when there is greater clarity regarding the UK macro-economic and political landscape." All this would suggest that times are tough for the sector. AFAICS possible short-term drivers of CNKs share price: > Corporate action > Removal of Brexit uncertainty allowing UK plc to start investing again which would be beneficial for the sector AIMHO
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