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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Christie Group Plc LSE:CTG London Ordinary Share GB0001953156 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 115.00 110.00 120.00 115.00 115.00 115.00 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 61.3 3.9 13.7 8.4 31

Christie Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/10/2019
07:09
I completely agree with the above. IMO the CEO and chairman role should be split but this seems unlikely given the shareholding.
Orridge is clearly the problem child and it appears to be showing no signs of improving despite the new strategy. I suspect it just lacks scale to be able to succeed in this regulatory environment and not helped by the carnage on the high street and given the wages on offer struggle to fill the post without paying salaries that are unprofitable. I suspect as they shift the workforce to full time they then suffer from underutilisation. Orridge therefore almost certainly needs to merge and scale up and at the same time this will remove the losses from the p and L of Christies.i suspect they are reluctant to do this when it is loss making and so the can gets kicked further down the road. They need to sort it out but sadly there is no one independent to hold the business to account. A divestment or partial divestment would allow a rerating of the stock. I suspect the losses from this division exceed £1m. It would also be encouraging to see the business be more cash flow positive. They seem to struggle to throw cash off which is disappointing.
They will get there if they can sort Orridge and keep the sales going through despite Brexit which seems to be the case albeit with some concerns around financing.

remslie
12/9/2019
14:06
Nope. On decent volume as well.
sludgesurfer
12/9/2019
12:14
Perky today, anyone picked up on anything?
cwa1
01/7/2019
12:36
Tiny director purchase:-

https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/christie-CTG/share-news/Christie-Group-PLC-Director-PDMR-Shareholding/80240508

cwa1
14/6/2019
12:18
The laughter from Directors when a shareholder mentioned the dismal share price return over the last 30 years seems to sum up the view that the Directors have of shareholders
sleepy
13/6/2019
18:30
Sleepy: Hmmmm, I did not look around the room so hard to tell, and some will probably have voted in advance on paper, so hard to tell. I voted against it. Perhaps you should request a poll next year, and/or for the votes for and against to be counted and published?

Clearly management is paid extremely generously (the CEO at more than twice the AIM CEO median if you compare with the BDO report stats) and with several others not far off - which is in sharp contrast to e.g. the minimum wage people they employ in some parts of the business, and very uncomfortable from a governance viewpoint when they have:
(1) a combined CEO/Chair (with very flaky wording about why)
(2) a majority of executive directors on the board (these same, highly paid people!)
(3) a chair of the remcom who is not independent

They were very lucky, and probably relieved, not to be pushed harder on compensation and governance during the Q&A. (I spoke with one of the NEDs 1-1 about it, though).

PS: I am willing to except the MD of PFS from my compensation comments above - I am happy for him to be paid very well given the very strong performance of that division and the nature of those services.

vprt
13/6/2019
12:04
Am I correct in saying that all the votes in favour of the remuneration resolution at yesterday’s AGM came from Directors and that there were none in favour from the Non Director shareholders?
sleepy
12/6/2019
10:27
One of the longer AGM statements I've read :)

All in all reads as reassuring for H2 and will hopefully provide ongoing strength for the share price which has drifted so much of late.

Only 50 shares available to buy online. Long may that shortage continue!

gleach23
25/5/2019
11:36
Hi vprtYes I will be going along - DM me if you want to discuss further. Thanks
norbert colon
25/5/2019
11:21
Anyone going to the AGM on 12 June?

I am likely but not certain to make it there myself. In my view this company is in clear need of some strong inputs and clear messages about governance and priorities (I'd be happy to discuss, and I plan to voice some of my concerns in the meeting). The AGM turnout is normally abysmal with only 3-5 people other than directors, so one extra person can make a positive difference here.

vprt
24/5/2019
21:28
Hi Oxman...unfortunately the outlook comments in the April Finals hardly set us up well for H1 with its mentioned of a H2 weighting. Hopefully the diversity of its business can ensure solid progress continues to be made though.

Should have an AGM TU on 12th June so not long to find out.

gleach23
24/5/2019
09:04
Chart suggests it's worth a punt if it slips below 80p.
its the oxman
24/5/2019
09:03
Any holders got a feel for where this is going. Quite a fall recently.
its the oxman
11/4/2019
16:12
Aye. Happy to carry on holding this one.
hiraniha
11/4/2019
07:08
Finals out:-

https://www.investegate.co.uk/christie-group-plc--ctg-/rns/final-results/201904110700128340V/

Actually seem REASONABLY OK on a quick glance-but a lot of; challenging, second half weighted, depends on Brexit type comments that probably mean there won't be any pictures of share price rockets on here today!

cwa1
20/3/2019
11:53
Just took a few at 100p. Hoping not a mistake. Certainly not been much newsflow to get your teeth stuck in to.
cwa1
05/3/2019
16:17
Emailed the company for details of the next trading update. They came back with a 'to be decided' response.
hiraniha
05/2/2019
16:26
Perked up a touch today, nice to see.
cwa1
24/1/2019
16:34
No there’s nothing comparable that’s listed anyway. It’s several businesses that really have no connection like stock controls and selling garden centres. Very well managed though, I’ve often wondered if they’d be better selling the SISS businesses and concentrate on the rest.
battlebus2
24/1/2019
16:01
Are there any other quoted companies that do what ctg do?

None of Stockopedia's peer group comparisons seem remotely similar as far as I can see.

tiswas
17/1/2019
13:27
I suppose a quiet board is not a bad thing but I was hoping for a little more discussion to help my research.

Wondering if this is at a decent support level following big pullback. Loved this in the interims:

In Leisure, the bounce has gone out of the trampoline market due to the haste of expansion and widely differing quality of facilities. Expect closures.

tiswas
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