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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Equiniti Group Plc EQN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 178.80 08:13:27
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vacendak: Same here, a few weekends ago, they told me the system would be offline to migrate more people but was told that nothing would happen to my account. I think I need to review my options to find a platform with similar pricing because one day they will likely tell us that we are being transfered somewhere else and this could end up being more expensive. Their FAQ says: "The customers who are staying with EQi are those who have joined through Equiniti’s corporate relationships, such as SAYE schemes, and going forward EQi will not be open to new customer sign-ups" This is not true in my case. I joined years ago because they were the registrar for the physical/paper shares in Prudential I held at the time and I wanted to digitise them. Still, I have yet to be bumped to Interactive Investors.
pete160: Well if the bod don't pull something out the bag tomorrow such as restoring / back paying the dividend, then this will be an open door for a bidder or activist investor to come, shake it up and take the spoils.
on target: Looks like recently moved accounts from Shareview/Equiniti are not part of the transfer to iii. Https://eqi.co.uk/info/interactive-investor "Recently joined from Shareview? Your account will not be part of the transfer to interactive investor and it is business as usual at EQi."
pete160: I wish I had your optimism. '350-400p offer later this year' aint going to happen. The current management do not show any signs of an ability to communicate with shareholders let alone run this (our) business whether it's pre-covid, during covid - or in a recovery. The company is sat here for the taking because the current management have brought it to this position. If it wasn't for the rumour /leak of outsider interest, the share price would still be knocking on the door of 100p. If there's no bid coming, you've got to be thinking that an activist investor will be looking to stir things up to turn it around or sell it off.
m_kerr: vacandec - i think equiniti's numbers will improve next year. i'm just not sure the valuation is low enough to make it an interesting investment. prior to covid it was generating decent cash-flow, but not making any inroads on deleveraging. their strategy points towards empire building, which is usually a bad thing for shareholders. had they instead focused on debt reduction, they'd now be in a position to pick up bargains at the moment. cutting the dividend can be great for new investors, as it can drive the share price way down, and at the same time keep the money where it's needed instead of sticking rigidly to a dividend policy.
vacendak: htTps://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/investors-rage-as-market-surge-crashes-trading-platforms/a1423259 They were not alone apparently. EQN is only a third, or even less, about trading platform. That being said, I am getting a bit tired of defending them too at the share price the group is currently at. :(
wattene: Government Petition to Ban shorting of London AIM stocks. The AIM stock market is where smaller companies list their shares rather than using the prohibitively expensive main London Stock Market. This is an important market for the growth of smaller UK companies. In challenging times, shorters seek to borrow the company's shares from a holder for a consideration and to buy them at a later date. They immediately sell these shares which, due to the relative illiquid market, sends the price much lower and hence the shorters can buy them at that lower price - pocketing the difference. The only beneficiaries are the shorters and the market makers with the losers being the reputable company and it's bona fide investors. hTTps://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/242399
mr doughnut1: Next trading update on 21st Nov. Share price has been sticky around £3.00 for a couple of months now which I think is a positive sign. The discounted rights issue had a 97.4% take up, producing in excess of 62.5m shares. Anyone wanting to make a quick profit has now done so and the insitutional horse trading is coming to an end, Blackrock adding today. Would be interested to hear other investors views in the run up th the 21st Regards.
mr doughnut1: Podcast on investors chronicle website - board room talk with Mark Robinson, interviews Guy Wakeley. Worth a listen. The Wells Fargo takeover gives EQN access to a US market where there are 18,000 companies that issue shares compared to 2500 in UK. There are strong synergies between the two companies that will enable EQN to transfer technology platforms directly to US, that still appears to be largely paper based. Interestingly at the end of interview GW flags up building up on-line share dealing services as a real growth area integrating them into people's pension services as the process of deregulation continues to evolve. Have taken up rights
vacendak: The webcast has been posted. Http://investors.equiniti.com/investors/reports-results-presentations
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