Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Frontier Smart Technologies Group Limited LSE:FST London Ordinary Share KYG3730C1078 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 25.50 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 32.74 -2.58 -5.41 11
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 25.50 GBX

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Posted at 27/1/2023 08:20 by Frontier Smart Technolog... Daily Update
Frontier Smart Technologies Group Limited is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FST. The last closing price for Frontier Smart Technolog... was 25.50p.
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There are currently 44,909,041 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Frontier Smart Technologies Group Limited is £11,451,805.46.
Posted at 03/8/2020 02:53 by grity
Would you Adam & eve it! The company behind the multi million £ order OF RAPID covid 19 tests (DnaNudge)
is non other than chris Toumazou CEO

Posted at 03/9/2019 18:23 by life of crime
Indeed, Sethill selling up tells us all we need to know. His game is up and not before time.

FST will be the property of Science Group by November and I expect they will make a much better job of running it. My final contribution here is that investors should share in Science Group's good fortune in getting Frontier for peanuts by investing in SAG's stock themselves.

Good luck to all current and previous FST/TMZ shareholders for the future.

Posted at 30/8/2019 15:41 by life of crime
Ironically, the half-year results were not as bad as I expected!


The only cloud on the horizon is that they are having competition on the DAB front at the low end. However, competition is inevitable when you have 80% share of a market that is set to explode in Europe next year. Whatever they lose in market share I think they will more than make up in volume.

With Sethill selling all his shares today it looks like he is on the way out. I only wish it had happened years ago. As I have said before, don't get mad, get even. I am buying shares in Science Group because I think they will look like a tasty morsel themselves when the DAB royalties start rolling in, the latter being their reason for so aggressively targeting FST. Good luck with your future investments.

Posted at 28/8/2019 14:01 by life of crime
Well, it looks like the game is up. This latest news surprised me but it is clear Science know a bargain when they see one:


I should have sold at 35p but my losses on this one meant 10p either way made little difference. Once they confirm they have the 75% needed to force through the 25p deal, which I expect in the next few days, then I am going to invest my meagre return in Science, as they will get the benefit of FST cleaning up in Europe as it goes DAB.

Science are putting their money where their mouth is. Hopefully they will boot out the CEO and CFO as part of the merger and then it is countdown to the money pouring in from 2020 as France, Italy and Switzerland move to DAB as standard.

Sad that is has ended in a whimper but I am glad to see the back of FST and will be watching my future investment in Science with interest! My advice, FWIW, is don't get mad, get even and invest in Science Group.

Posted at 18/8/2019 14:41 by life of crime
At least with the departure of the NEDs and the Chairman, the CEO and CFO are less well protected and they need to go. I think SAG are going to need to put their hand in their pocket once Sethill and Apps are cleared out, in order to prop up the balance sheet while they restructure FST's debt.

It looks as if Science Group are not interested in taking the firm over, with all the administrative overheads that go with it. By holding 47% and having seats on the board they have huge influence but they can allow a new BoD to take responsibility for turning the firm around. I just hope that behind the scenes they are using headhunters to line up a new CEO, while presumably SAG's own CFO will manage the financial aspects eventually.

All they need to do is steady the ship this year, cut out everything apart from the DAB division and then wait for the cash to roll in next year as France goes DAB as standard, with Italy and Switzerland not far behind.

I am warming to SAG, as they see the potential in the business and seem to see this as a very profitable investment longer term. If FST turns out to be a cash cow over the next 2 or 3 years the share price could be light years from the current lows. If an industry buyer was interested at that point, they would have to be very persuasive with their chequebooks towards SAG if they wanted them to part with their 47%.

If that is the strategy then what is good for SAG is good for the rest of us investors. I am still holding my shares and if they can sort out the short term finance issues and get a respected new CEO to slim down the business, I think we will see a bounce in the shares and a rosy prospect for the next few years.

The sooner Apps and Sethill go, the better. They are proving what has long been suspected, i.e. they have treated FST as if it was a private firm and focused on their personal interests, not those of the shareholders. They should fall on their swords but are clinging onto their jobs (and high salaries) for as long as possible. In a way you can't blame them; after all, who would want to employ either of them after what they have done at FST!

Posted at 07/8/2019 10:58 by nod
Iamnoone, SAG will not diversify if FST customers walk i.e. go to another supplier. The greatest risk in a hostile takeover is alienating management and employees, and thereby alienating customers. FST doesn't have a monopoly. How does SAG ensure that FST customers will continue to buy from FST despite the change of ownership. Even a 10% loss in sales would be bad for FST/SAG.
Posted at 20/7/2019 15:19 by life of crime
Science Group are very much in control now. I think they may keep extending the offer period and the Panmure facility so they can pick up the remaining 7% they need.

As I said in my last post, I am seriously considering offloading next week because I did not expect them to get another 8% of the stock this week and move so close to the finish line. 35p looks as if that is as good as it gets because I cannot see a rival bid at the last minute and they would need Science Group onboard, when they obviously want the business for themselves.

The crumb of comfort for investors is that Sethill and Apps will be out of very comfortable jobs and what other firm would want them in senior positions after they trashed the Frontier share price by around 90%.

This is one of the reasons I no longer invest in shares and am waiting for my legacy stocks, like this one, to be bought out or sold, as in this case.

It is a real shame because in another 12 months they would have seen the cashflow increasing markedly, as France goes for DAB as standard next January, which is precisely why Science are so keen to acquire Frontier at this rock bottom price.

Posted at 18/7/2019 11:51 by 1goldfish
Just a thought, but if I was SG I would want to shake out as many holders as possible right now, if they can get over 50% of the share they can effectively control the company. So while they may pull their bid for a bit I think they will continue to try to mop up shares.once they have control they will probably stop and the share price may settle back down, but you would expect that they see value the current BOD are unable to execute on correctly which should be good for the long term share price ?
Posted at 16/6/2019 00:23 by p1nkfish
rmart, FST can do little without SAG say so if there is an alternate offer. They have FST by the short and curlies. Similarly, FST can cause severe aggro to SAG.

FST management only have themselves to blame as it's all related to poor performance. They probably just don't want someone keeping a close eye on them.

I doubt an arbiter would help having thought about it. No one on the FST side would co-operate as they are likely out the door when a credible purchaser takes over. Who would want to keep them?

Posted at 20/5/2019 07:35 by langham77
You Guys amaze me getting excited because the share price is up to 29p . Company totally mismanaged and Clueless. This Share Price was over Two Pound a year ago a long way to go yet to please Shareholders in my opinion.
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