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COM Comptoir Group Plc

7.00
0.00 (0.00%)
22 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Comptoir Group Plc LSE:COM London Ordinary Share GB00BYT1L205 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 7.00 69,816 07:39:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.50 7.50 7.00 7.00 7.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Eating Places 31.05M 588k 0.0048 14.58 8.59M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:00:13 O 69,813 6.53 GBX

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2024-05-22 14:00:146.5369,8134,558.79O
2024-05-22 13:35:546.8230.20O

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Posted at 22/5/2024 09:20 by Comptoir Daily Update
Comptoir Group Plc is listed in the Eating Places sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker COM. The last closing price for Comptoir was 7p.
Comptoir currently has 122,666,667 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Comptoir is £8,586,667.
Comptoir has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 14.58.
This morning COM shares opened at 7p
Posted at 21/12/2023 12:49 by oxford43
Share price continuing to move up helped by 100k buy at 8p. New South Bank centre site sounds great
Posted at 29/9/2023 11:41 by smackeraim
Rising on nothing again lol. Strange old share
Posted at 22/9/2023 15:21 by pugugly
Being hit by Macro conditions - Savings made during Covid being significantly eroded.
Cost of living pressures
Increased taxes
So less to spend on dining out.
Suspect more Macro pain to come.
Forecast more share price falls - But DYOR
Posted at 14/9/2023 08:35 by smackeraim
Results soon, I expect a few want to see numbers and will buy considering the current cap. But new growth strategy and opening new restaurants- will be a good forward statement imo. Plant your seeds early. Remember what evoque posted from new tr1 Thirdly, we have invested into Comptoir Libanais a chain of around 30 Lebanese restaurants predominantly in the UK that have impressively traded profitably through both one of the toughest environments for the sector in living memory and boardroom disruption. Despite this resilience and the subsequent assembly of an impressive new board and leadership team, the sector and personnel headwinds saw the shares de-rate to a discount to the material net cash balance of the group, leaving a profitable, growing restaurant chain with a brand that references well trading at a negative value. The group floated in 2017 at 50p with 15 restaurants, it now has around 30, which are trading profitably with a net cash balance in excess of 6p/share but we have been able to invest in the company for less than 5.5p/share.Whilst restaurants do not typically lend themselves to our investment strategy, the margin of safety provided by a net cash balance that was larger than the market cap and the resilience of the core business trading created a basis for further analysis. Further due diligence revealed the upside potential of a quick-service-retail franchise roll out via the international Shawa brand. This potential is to be explored under new CEO Nick Ayerst, who joined from a background at LEON and The Restaurant Group and Chair Beatrice Lafon who has an impressive private equity background, both of whom reference strongly. We have noted with interest the near doubling of the Net Promoter Score of the chain from the mid-40s to 80+ under the new team and, having visited a number of sites ourselves, there is noticeable improvement in the menus and their contents.
Posted at 10/9/2023 15:47 by evoque92
From new holder onward opportunities recent accounts

“ Thirdly, we have invested into Comptoir Libanais a chain of around 30 Lebanese restaurants predominantly in the UK that have impressively traded profitably through both one of the toughest environments for the sector in living memory and boardroom disruption. Despite this resilience and the subsequent assembly of an impressive new board and leadership team, the sector and personnel headwinds saw the shares de-rate to a discount to the material net cash balance of the group, leaving a profitable, growing restaurant chain with a brand that references well trading at a negative value. The group floated in 2017 at 50p with 15 restaurants, it now has around 30, which are trading profitably with a net cash balance in excess of 6p/share but we have been able to invest in the company for less than 5.5p/share.

Whilst restaurants do not typically lend themselves to our investment strategy, the margin of safety provided by a net cash balance that was larger than the market cap and the resilience of the core business’ trading created a basis for further analysis. Further due diligence revealed the upside potential of a quick-service-retail franchise roll out via the international Shawa brand. This potential is to be explored under new CEO Nick Ayerst, who joined from a background at LEON and The Restaurant Group and Chair Beatrice Lafon who has an impressive private equity background, both of whom reference strongly. We have noted with interest the near doubling of the Net Promoter Score of the chain from the mid-40s to 80+ under the new team and, having visited a number of sites ourselves, there is noticeable improvement in the menus and their contents.
Posted at 25/8/2023 10:37 by smackeraim
10p per share cash and a growth story. Plant your seeds early.
Posted at 15/8/2023 12:35 by smackeraim
Floated at 50p with 15 restaurants, now got 2810p per share cash. Arguably in better shape than IPO at 50p lol .. I'm sitting on mine
Posted at 14/8/2023 14:43 by smackeraim
Seems to me new ceo was brought in to expand this. Would be good to hear some update from company. Comptoir Group Plc (AIM: COM), the owner and/or operator of Lebanese and Eastern Mediterranean restaurants, is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Ayerst as Chief Executive Officer, effective from 17 October 2022.Mr Ayerst brings more than 30 years' experience in the hospitality industry and was previously Managing Director of LEON, the UK's leading healthy fast-food chain, where he was brought onboard in 2020 to re-structure LEON's operational model, investing in technology and increasing efficiencies and to develop growth strategies including LEON's Drive-Thru model and franchising partnerships.Prior to his role at LEON, Mr Ayerst spent 15 years in leadership roles at The Restaurant Group, the UK's largest listed restaurant company, where he was a member of the TRG Executive team. Between 2013 and 2020, Mr Ayerst was Managing Director of TRG Concessions, which operates restaurants, bars and QSR outlets in airports, stations, shopping centres and Hilton Hotels, where he implemented short- and long-term growth opportunities, more than doubling revenue and profit, and oversaw the opening of 45 new sites.
Posted at 01/6/2022 11:05 by ak62
COM BACK OVER 11.50P
Posted at 30/5/2022 12:18 by tiredoldbroker
I'm glad they've weathered the last 5 years since I last commented here :) Too small to attract any attention, the whole sector is short on fans compared to the period before Patisserie Valerie collapsed and wiped out the over-optimism that'd ruled up to that point. I think this one will be a survivor/get taken out by a bigger group, in due course. Wouldn't chase the price today.
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