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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Equiniti Group Plc LSE:EQN London Ordinary Share GB00BYWWHR75 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 179.00 179.00 179.20 179.20 179.00 179.00 237,186 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 555.7 39.8 8.4 21.3 657

Equiniti Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2021
09:54
Usually one transfers their holdings at opening time with the new provider. I did that when moving from F&C/BMO to Equiniti. I did not know it was even possible to keep an old/inactive stock and share ISA. I know it is possible with "old" cash ISA. More than one provider, more fees to pay... :(
vacendak
16/8/2021
19:24
Opened a new ISA with a different broker this tax year with a view to spreading the funds around but not sure I'd want to transfer my eqi account to that particular broker. Anyone know if you can both open a new ISA and transfer an existing ISA to a different broker in the same tax year?
on target
16/8/2021
19:22
Already noticed a deterioration in customer service - send a message about the website not working properly, not being able to make trades etc. and they might reply 1-2 days later when the problem has gone away. Wonder if they've outsourced it to a generic call-centre somewhere? They don't handle fill-or-kill orders properly as well which was also a problem with equiniti - instead of killing it sometimes the order ends up stuck in the ether where you can't manually trade that stock (for a sell order) for the rest of the day but you know it's been cancelled and should have been killed like you specified.
on target
16/8/2021
19:09
Not true in my case either - I was previously with Equiniti before being transferred to eqi, but just a personal account and nothing to do with SAYE etc. It just doesn't make sense why a business would get rid of some/most accounts and also not take any new customers, but keep a few accounts anyway. Surely they are going to slowly wind down this side of the business and definitely not invest in it, suggesting a deteriorating service over time can be expected. But then why not just transfer every customer to iii when they did the rest? Very strange.
on target
16/8/2021
16:40
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.
vacendak
16/8/2021
14:16
Have EQN offered any explanation to shareholders of why they have kept some Eqi share dealing accounts (including mine) but are no longer accepting any new customers? Getting a bit nervous as a customer in the absence of any explanation for this seemingly strange behaviour.
on target
28/6/2021
16:38
It looks like the fat lady has sung and we shall stay at 180p plus or minus a few farthings until the deal is done.
vacendak
21/6/2021
14:10
And yet still we're above the offer price???
mattboxy
21/6/2021
14:10
21 June 2021 Recommend Cash AcquisitionofEquiniti Group plc ("EQ")byEarth Private Holdings Ltd ("Bidco")(a newly-formed company owned by fundsmanaged or advised by Siris Capital Group, LLC ("Siris")) Publication of Scheme DocumentOn 27 May 2021, EQ and Bidco announced that they had reached agreement on the terms of a recommended cash offer to be made by Bidco for the entire issued and to be issued share capital of EQ (the "Acquisition"). It is intended that the Acquisition will be effected by means of a scheme of arrangement under Part 26 of the Companies Act 2006 (the "Scheme").EQ and Bidco are pleased to announce that the shareholder circular relating to the Scheme (the "Scheme Document") is being sent, or made available, to EQ Shareholders today. The Scheme Document sets out, amongst other things, a letter from the Chair of EQ, the full terms and conditions of the Scheme, an explanatory statement, notices of the Court Meeting and General Meeting, an expected timetable of principal events and details of the action to be taken by EQ Shareholders.As described in the Scheme Document, the Scheme will also require the approval of EQ Shareholders at the Court Meeting and the passing of a special resolution at the General Meeting, and then the approval of the Court.The Court Meeting and the General Meeting to approve the Scheme (and the steps contemplated by the Scheme) are scheduled to be held at 11.00 a.m. (London time) and 11.15 a.m. (London time) respectively on 19 July 2021 at the offices of Linklaters LLP, at One Silk Street, London EC2Y 8HQ.
mattboxy
03/6/2021
14:45
From the plethora of RNS since the offer was made public about people buying in, the game may not be over indeed. Let's hope this is the case anyway and the current 180p is a floor.
vacendak
03/6/2021
14:12
Up again someone must know something
mattboxy
02/6/2021
16:47
I have been made aware formally of that offer by my ISA provider. Same as we have read so far: Bidco, advised by Siris, is offering 180p. This would happen in Q4 of 2021.
vacendak
02/6/2021
12:25
I sold out at 181.5, so that should ensure that there is a rival bid!
1knocker
31/5/2021
08:49
I guess the silence is answer enough!
mattboxy
28/5/2021
19:20
Has anyone heard of other bids or interested parties? Why else are above bid??
mattboxy
27/5/2021
11:19
Someone is buying above 180p I wonder why. Hmmmm.
schofi2
27/5/2021
10:15
Recommendation to accept a 180p cash offer. htTps://www.investegate.co.uk/siris-capital-group/eqn/recommended-cash-acquisition-of-equiniti-group-plc/202105270705300114A/ That would make me a few pence per share in the black. I would have expected more after getting in at IPO time, adding on the way up and holding for all those years, but 180 is better than 170 I guess. Still, had I known, that investment would have been put to better use elsewhere. :(
vacendak
28/4/2021
09:40
I'm out with a profit on the worst share in my portfolio. Not waiting to see if Siri like what they see in the books.
yf23_1
28/4/2021
09:09
Yippee! Shall I say "350 by Christmas" as I did years ago? :)
vacendak
28/4/2021
08:36
The market's still not going mad on it, so giving the impression that other bidders are not necessarily going to come forward.
pete160
28/4/2021
08:15
Hoorah, Siris 180p bid, subject to due diligence.
yf23_1
22/4/2021
12:02
Agree, this could be a great business given their customer base but they seem totally inept. My only dealing with them has been via Selftrade where they recently upgraded their software system and the result has been good only for them to then sell a chunk of the business to interactive active. In my case they are splitting my Sipp and isa accounts up which is a real pain.
slicethepie
20/4/2021
08:55
Horrible feeling this will go through but way too cheap, their business will pick up, a lot, the buyers are looking at doubling up on this, if management ( all U.K. management seems pretty dire ) had done a better job either the offer wouldn’t have been made or it would be at a better price, same as Elliot going after gsk, poor management causing weak share value brings in outside parties, in gsk’ case a good thing as it’s dying a death but this is too cheap. Hope for counter bid.
porsche1945
19/4/2021
11:06
The BOD have zero credibility to defend against a bid, whether this or another one. They've known that this suitor has been in the wings for months (but didn't disclose the previous approaches to the market) and the recent results provided them the best opportunity to come up with some reason as to why they should remain in charge. Despite awarding themselves more options - they couldn't even see themselves to reinstating the dividend, not even a token amount. They have singularly failed to demonstrate any management ability or confidence in being able to continue. Their only hope now is to attract a white knight at a higher price, but I doubt they could organise that - they're probably too busy awarding themselves more options.
pete160
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