Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Falanx Group Limited LSE:FLX London Ordinary Share VGG3338A1075 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.20 0.00 07:49:54
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.15 1.25 1.20 1.20 1.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 5.21 -1.86 -0.58 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1.20 GBX

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Falanx Daily Update: Falanx Group Limited is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FLX. The last closing price for Falanx was 1.20p.
Falanx Group Limited has a 4 week average price of 1.20p and a 12 week average price of 1.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.58p.
There are currently 400,401,186 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,194,231 shares. The market capitalisation of Falanx Group Limited is £4,804,814.23.
ebomber: nearlythere If any truth in your future viewpoint then not looking good for FLX share price. With end of tax year on horizon I am sure the LTH will shortly begin to take losses to offset against gains elsewhere.
ebomber: Can kaka give some re-assurance when the FLX share price will hit his predicted 60 pence? I am currently struggling to see the business case for private investors to invest with such a high monthly negative cash burn. Will 2019 be FLX's year?
ebomber: Is kaka writing a follow-up to his first fictional novel of soon 60 pence. Appears FLX share price found a temporary glass floor of sub-3 pence. Come on FLX be honest with shareholders and announce the placing that you have been touting round the City for the last 8 days!
ebomber: kaka47 Collapse nicely sums up where FLX share price is now going. I share your 30/40% fall in the FLX share price from here. FLX cannot raise funds. It will now be a "convertible loan note" with a bucket shop at 1 pence. Expect to see forwarding selling in next 24 hours.
onjohn: ebomber 5 Oct '18 - 12:21 - 6116 0.100000 Why does the FLX share price continue to drift down if the prospects are so good? Maybe something is happening RIGHT NOW in the background. PLACING NOW IMMINENT Some will be pleased I will now refrain from posting whilst this plays out NEXT WEEK! i think you have it sussed here
ebomber: Why does the FLX share price continue to drift down if the prospects are so good? Maybe something is happening RIGHT NOW in the background. PLACING NOW IMMINENT Some will be pleased I will now pause from posting whilst this plays out in NEXT WEEK!
ebomber: Strong buying today. Maybe the Daily Mail has helped support the FLX share price just for today. I wonder if the employees of FLX are able to take part in the placing?
grim: Regarding the criticism of an easy strike price for directors' options: it is true that it is only 5p but the conditions attaching mean that the share price has to be signif. more before they vest, namely (taken from the relevant r n s): Vesting Criteria These options vest in three tranches: the first tranche when the share price reaches 7.5p (25%), the second tranche when the share price reaches 10p (25%) and the third tranche when the share price reaches 12.5p (50%). The Share Options only vest if the average share price has reached the relevant threshold level for a period of three months, save for the event of a change of control in the Company, in which case they will vest in full. Based on the mid-market closing price of 4.5p, there is no gain at all unless the share price increases by 66% and full gains are not achieved until a gain of 178% has been achieved. Also Unicorn, our 'new' substantial shareholder, has a very good track record of investing in successful smaller companies. So, should not be all gloom x
ramda: 20 December 2017 Falanx Contract Win With Global 50 Firm REC: Speculative Buy Target price: 10p (+110%) Ben Maitland CFA UK +44 207 382 8420 Falanx PLC (FLX), the AIM listed global intelligence & cyber security group, has announced a multi-year contract win with a Global 50 financial services firm. This contract was won amidst stiff competition after completing a simulated ‘hacking week’ which further validates FLX’s product suite. This win improves the firm’s revenue run-rate such that the FLX business should now break-even on an underlying EBITDA basis from March-18. FLX are now looking forward to an especially strong Q4-FY18 from a cash flow perspective, as this new contract win and existing contract subscriptions are received. Net cash should be at least £0.2m at the year-end date, after capex, but the balance may be higher post advance customer payments. MidGARD, Now Completed ‘Proof Of Concept’ phase. The global cyber security market is estimated to be worth around US$170bn by 2020 with near term opportunities worth cUS$ 3bn we believe. FLX’s recently launched MidGARD cyber threat detection & response platform has now completed its ‘proof of concept’ (POC) phase, with commercial roll-out of this Managed Services business now in process with hard evidence of client implementation on the table. This positions FLX well in the corporate cyber security market as new rules regarding data management under the General Data Protection Requirement (GDPR) come into effect in May-18. Expect Near-Term Positive Newsflow. NFX’s now strengthened management team (also with new CFO due to start in January) has been hard at work with NFX’s existing and potential client base, thus we expect positive news flow during Q4-18 and beyond. Valuation and Recommendation Falanx’s recurring revenue stream is unquestionably augmented by today’s announcement, such that FLX is now looking at around £1m EBITDA in the next financial year to March 2019. The quality of the revenue stream is also improving, with the Managed Services aspect continually increasing as a proportion of total revenues. FLX remains funded in the near to medium term, with organic cash flows likely to grow strongly during FY-19. With hard evidence of MidGARD gaining traction, we remain positive on the outlook for FLX’s share price and thus reiterate our Speculative Buy recommendation with target price of 10p (12p) per share, slightly reduced due to us adjusting our near term revenue and cost phasing. Equity Research Long Term Classification & Overview Objective: Growth Profiling Code: C-3-7, Horizon: > 12months Falanx plc (FLX) operates two main divisions; its Cyber-security division, which has just completed the proof of concept phase for MidGARD, its new Managed Detection and Response platform aimed at the corporate market. Secondly it operates Falanx Assynt, which is a subscription based Intelligence service for its multinational corporate clients who operate in riskier parts of the world such as the Middle East, Russia, and South Asia. Source: ProQuote Share Price (Mid) (p): 4.75 EPIC Code: FLX.L NOS (m) & Free Float 157 86.0% Mkt Cap (£m) 7.5 Net Debt : EBITDA (x) N/A 2 Year Beta 0.77 Average Daily Volume 1.1 0.7% Next Results: FY18 TBC Share Price History (1 Year) Falanx FY-18 Revenue Breakdown Consensus Forecasts & Key Metrics Year to Mar: 2017 2018E 2019E Financials (£m) Revenue 2.7 3.5 6.2 Underlying EBITDA -1.2 -1.5 1.0 EBITDA margin (%) - - 16.1% EPS (p) - - 0.01 DPS (p) - - - Valuation P/E - - 6.5 EV/EBITDA - - 5.4 DIV Yield (%) 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Source: Company Historic Data, Consensus Data, Beaufort Estimates THIS RESEARCH BROCHURE IS A MARKETING COMMUNICATION: For full disclosures, please see the back page. Beaufort Securities Ltd Beaufort Securities is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is a Member of the London Stock Exchange. Falanx Strengths Weaknesses • Falanx (FLX) has built a strong and very capable management team in the high growth International Cyber Security arena. • With the recent launch and completion of ‘proof of concept’ of MidGARD, FLX’s Managed Detection & Response platform ahead of the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), FLX is well positioned in the cyber security marketplace. • FLX has two independent revenue streams, one from cyber defence solutions, and the second from Intelligence Consulting. • FLX’s balance sheet is strong, we expect net cash of at least £0.2m at the balance sheet date of 31 March-18 • The cyber security market is changing rapidly, with new, disruptive technologies continually evolving which could threaten the financial viability of FLX’s technology. • Falanx Assynt is still not Digitally Enabled, the division still relies upon traditional information dissemination techniques. • Developing new technology can be expensive, with no guarantee of future revenues. • Share liquidity is relatively low, with around 86% free float and an average daily volume (ADV) of around 1.1million shares per day, which is less than 1% of the total number of shares outstanding. Key Aspects Of The New Contract Win Falanx’s new contract win has come at an important time in the company’s development. Firstly because it validates FLX’s MidGARD technology in the cyber security penetration testing and protection fields and secondly, because the contract revenues are partly paid in advance and this is high margin business, so very positive for near term cashflows. Proof Of Concept Achieved, Thus Roll-Out Of MidGARD Commenced MidGARD, FLX’s cyber security managed detection and response platform has now completed its proof of concept phase, thus the commercial roll-out of this service can commence rapidly from now onwards. FLX has confirmed that it has five ’early adopting’ clients who are now converting to full implementation, with a high number of near, and potential clients with whom FLX is in current negotiations. As a result, we expect a strong ramp-up in cyber revenues in FY-19 to around £3.8m, as shown in the table on the following page. Recent And Future Management Changes Mike Read has taken over as Chairman and CEO on a permanent basis now, and has announced that a new CFO will be joining the Board in January 2018.
yump: "It's fun to watch folk guessing about things" Well that pretty much shows no respect for shareholders as he is clearly not stupid and must know that there are serious shareholders on the boards, who do not think its 'funny' looking at the FLX share price. I think that says it all - I'm expecting nothing of note now. Well RM, I'm sure you don't have to guess how much money you will earn next month, now do you ? Disgraceful.
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