Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Curtis Bks LSE:CBP London Ordinary Share GB00BW0D4R71 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 277.00p 268.00p 288.00p - - - 0 08:00:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 386.6 5.9 9.8 28.4 149.05

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05/10/2018
11:32
Investors might like to check the employee reviews on glassdoor.co.uk Of course, these may be fake and/or a disgruntled minority. However, I've found Glassdoor gives a reasonably reliable insight into companies and in general the better performing companies have better Glassdoor reviews. CBP scores 1.8/5.0, which is poor. Only 41% approve of the CEO Only 8% recommend to a friend. That's really poor. There were two reviews last month from former employees. 26 Sep 2018 "If you don’t want to be valued, this is the company for you." Former Employee - Anonymous Employee Doesn't Recommend Neutral Outlook Disapproves of CEO I worked at Curtis Banks full-time (More than 3 years) Pros Salary People (not senior managers) Cons IT system not good enough Senior managers don’t value their staff Have grown too rapidly, processes not in place 22 Sep 2018 "Grew fast, fell quickly" Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bristol, England Doesn't Recommend Negative Outlook Disapproves of CEO I worked at Curtis Banks full-time (More than 3 years) Pros Nice people, good location, good Christmas parties Cons Lack of strategic thinking. Company expanded so quickly that some departments running inefficiently and independently, so cross company comms are poor. Mass exodus of the good staff over past two years since buying out Suffolk Life, when the rot really set in. Those left over dealing with a culture clash of trying to wedge two very different (politically and operationally) companies together. Pretty miserable stuff … Show More Advice to Management Show some leadership and motivate your people
typo56
06/9/2018
09:05
Yes, good growth, more to come, all sounds positive, further acquisitions expected.
its the oxman
23/8/2018
13:01
AISHAH, I've been very unimpressed with Suffolk Life too (acquired by CBP in Jan 2016). So far it's taken them nine months to move a simple SIPP. At least I can still access the cash so am still able to trade. It took them a mere six months to move my wife's SIPP, but there was a month where they held on to the cash balance (a chunky six figure sum) and didn't forward it to the new provider, in spite of being instructed to do so. I'd dread to have to get involved with them when it comes to drawdown. Are these delays deliberate, so they can maintain the funds under control numbers?
typo56
19/6/2018
09:56
Ridiculous spread 302 - 330 currently.
its the oxman
18/5/2018
14:15
On the move, crawling back over 300p.
its the oxman
11/5/2018
16:15
Wonder where the price could of been by now without the placing? Certainly much nearer 400p v the sub 300p today.
its the oxman
26/4/2018
15:34
Bought a few today just over 300p. Prospect look good for the business. Reckon it should plod back toward 350p over the next month or so.
its the oxman
04/4/2018
09:12
Curtis Banks could offer attractive returns over the coming years, with a nice encouraging dividend as well. We've taken a detailed look at this excellent business - more on our website.
investorschampion
07/9/2017
16:26
Was Peel Hunt.
macarre
06/9/2017
11:27
Buy note 350 I hear. Don't know who from though.
macarre
04/9/2017
17:23
Superb results. Outstanding in a word
onjohn
05/5/2017
10:18
Is that a bowl on the chart
onjohn
04/5/2017
15:24
highest volume ever, 450p on chart
nobilis
04/5/2017
15:24
Seller cleared
nw99
04/5/2017
15:11
WHAT A BREAKOUT
nobilis
04/5/2017
14:54
Magnificent chart pattern
nobilis
04/5/2017
14:51
Just jumped up sharply
nobilis
02/5/2017
07:06
Nice big tip in SCSW
nw99
17/1/2017
15:08
Nest and auto enrolled members are a totally different demographic and market segment compared to CB and other genuine full Sipp providers. NEST accommodates a low cost limited fund range. Full SIPPs accommodate assets that can't be homed on an investment platform such as commercial property and will remain an ideal solution for HNW and more sophisticated investors, plus clients requiring more flexible drawdown options. CB is however facing huge challenges in terms of being able to maintain its historical growth rates due to a lack of financially viable acquisition targets. Even after the plunge in share price CB's current PE suggests an expectation of continued rapid growth which simply won't happen organically.
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