Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Esure LSE:ESUR London Ordinary Share GB00B8KJH563 ORD 1/12P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 279.60p 279.40p 279.80p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 78.1 98.6 19.2 14.6 1,172

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/4/2018
12:23
Of course! I’d forgotten the juicy Divi. Thanks. Salty
saltaire111
12/4/2018
09:57
Ex dividend this morning of 9.4p.
nicbw01
12/4/2018
09:30
Bad start this morning. No news. Would have thought this must be somewhere near the bottom? Salty
saltaire111
20/3/2018
21:55
And if you pay out a huge sum of money for injuries such as you have to support someone for the rest of their life, then that huge sum is reduced if the assumed investment return is based on low risk rather than ultra low risk. So X is involved in a crash and the insurers pay out to keep him for the rest of his life - they pay out £1.5m instead of £2m because it is expected that he gets a better investment return on the £1.5m which will pay throughout.
fenners66
20/3/2018
11:05
Personal injury compensation reforms announced - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/ministry-of-justice/rns/personal-injury-compensation-reforms-announced/201803200700021492I/ The Government is today introducing the Civil Liability Bill into the House of Lords to make important changes to the system of compensation for personal injury in England and Wales. The Bill will reform the law of England and Wales relating to whiplash claims and the way in which the personal injury discount rate is set under the Damages Act 1996. The principal changes in respect of the discount rate are that the rate will be set by reference to expected rates of return on a low risk diversified portfolio of investments rather than on very low risk investments as under the present law; in setting the rate, the Lord Chancellor will consult an independent expert panel chaired by the Government Actuary, with HM Treasury remaining a statutory consultee; and the discount rate will be reviewed promptly after the legislation comes into force and, thereafter, at least every three years. The introduction of the legislation follows the conclusion of the Government's consideration of the report of the Justice Select Committee on the draft legislation published by the Ministry of Justice in September 2017. The Government's response to the Committee's report will also be published later today.
speedsgh
08/3/2018
11:14
Courtesy of @VegPatchShares on Twitter... HTTPS://twitter.com/VegPatchShares/status/971163023032422403 Peter “the UKs foremost motor insurance entrepreneur” Wood (I guarantee you will see that in the blurb tmrw) is growing policy count so he can sell. Underwriting Margins are wafer thin at high point in motor cycle and they are the most aggressive on price. Potentially dangerous!
speedsgh
07/3/2018
16:56
Indeed. But then he would say that wouldnt be. It's the analysts views too.
r ball
07/3/2018
13:03
Sir Peter Wood is certainly not giving the impression that its days as an independent company are likely to be short-lived... "The strong capital position allows us to pursue both our current strategy and to position the business for the future, as we look to stay at the forefront of our industry in an increasingly digital and data driven world. esure is a great business today and I am excited about the many opportunities we have to ensure we continue to be a great business in the future."
speedsgh
07/3/2018
08:54
Drop due to bid premium eroding. Look at PE vis sector
r ball
07/3/2018
08:26
Excellent results. Can't see any good reason for the relentless price drop since last June.
deadly
07/3/2018
07:30
Final results:- https://www.investegate.co.uk/esure-group-plc--esur-/rns/2017-preliminary-results/201803070700079088G/ Full year dividend 13.5p, XD 12/4, pay 25/5
cwa1
06/3/2018
16:22
FWIW the consensus forecast I've seen is for 13.18p for 2017 dividend.
cwa1
06/3/2018
14:18
What dividend is expected here? The talk of 1/3 interim and 2/3 final seems to indicate - but that was clouded with the 4.1p including special dividend of 1.2p also curiously referred to as 20%(?). So do they mean a further 8.2p to come or less etc?
fenners66
06/3/2018
10:05
Quite. This is very much linked to peter wood.
r ball
06/3/2018
08:58
Pretty awful share price performance since July 2017, both absolute (-25%) & relative to peers e.g. DLG ADM. An offer at a 30% premium to the current share price would only get it up to the same 300p level that it was trading at 7-8 months ago. Let's hope the results can mark the start of a sustained trend reversal.
speedsgh
06/3/2018
08:40
Results tomorrow. Can we expect a bid? I would have thought there's an outside chance...after alllaird went last week...
r ball
06/3/2018
08:19
And the affect on future premium income is....?
r ball
05/3/2018
16:17
Beast from East will result in a lot of insurance claims from burst pipes and car accidents
opodio
20/1/2018
17:15
Well Peter wood would say that wouldn't he? there must be a bit of background to this story....
r ball
20/1/2018
08:19
Esure chief executive hands over the wheel Analysts suggested that Mr Vann’s unexpected exit might be related to speculation in September that Sir Peter was considering a sale of his holding in Esure, a move that would trigger a bid for the £1 billion business. However, Sir Peter dismissed the idea out of hand: “There’s nothing going on and I plan to be around for a few years yet,” he said. Asked why Mr Vann had been put on immediate gardening leave rather than having an orderly handover, Sir Peter said: “It’s a bit like having the old football manager still sitting on the bench when the new manager has joined.” Darren Ogden, Esure’s chief financial officer, will step up to interim chief executive, while Sir Peter, who has a 30.7% stake, will provide support to Mr Ogden by taking “a more active role in the business”, the company said. Complete article: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/esure-chief-executive-hands-over-the-wheel-p6jm8rq5b
masurenguy
19/1/2018
08:25
Can't say I'm unhappy to hear that the company's founder and driving force originally has decided to play a more "active role" in the business, even if it is only to get the business sold. That allied to an in line and started 2018 "positively" statement augers well I believe.
cwa1
19/1/2018
08:16
Whatever the reason behind Vann's immediate departure this business could now become an acquisition target. Woods, at his age, does not want to run the business again, so it would be an ideal moment for a predator to strike !
masurenguy
19/1/2018
07:58
Sudden resignation seems to point to personal life in this case.
r ball
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