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FCRM Fulcrum Utility Services Ld

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fulcrum Utility Services Ld LSE:FCRM London Ordinary Share KYG368851047 ORD 0.1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.15 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.10 0.20
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.15 GBX

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03/10/202317:37Fulcrum Utility Srvc (superb bet)1,951
10/1/202222:03Fulcrum on the cheap 2
16/7/201907:36Climb back10

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Posted at 03/10/2023 17:37 by neilyb675
happy holder :-)

I wont be bullied out of my shares by delist.

Company still exists, so happy to sit on my shares bought at much reduced price compared to the 2 major shareholders.

Let them get on and return the company to profit (and dividends). Yes delisted shares can still pay a dividend. RAVP is one example.
Posted at 03/10/2023 10:32 by thiopia
Crazy prices earlier.

0.10p for NAV/share of 4.34p

The major shareholders who paid 12p+ taking it private so you'd think they have a plan that includes minority shareholders

Personally happy to stick with it for a potential multi-bag return at a very cheap option price
Posted at 26/9/2023 15:42 by alibulut
Sp should rise slowly. Some decide to sell with lost, some will be long holder. What ever returns they gets unknown. But delisting purposes for the benefit of share holders and company. We should not be pessimistic for the future of our investments.
Posted at 25/9/2023 19:20 by thiopia
fellow de-lister

mudbath 25 Sep '23 - 19:42 - 543 of 543

The bid price for PTRO shares rose by 75% through the day. (0.4 to 0.7p)

Will we see the share price rise above 1.25p before the final day of trading on Thursday ?
Posted at 24/9/2023 15:05 by thiopia
suspect the de-listing will be approved, we'd have seen bigger spike before hand if there was concerted effort to win the vote from anti-delisting side

comfortable with de-listing because even in an asset grab you'd imagine shareholders (even minority ones) will be protected Harwood were tendering for stock at 26p they will want some payback you'd assume

8 April 2020




· In response to the extraordinary movement in the share price, towards the end of trading today, in the shares of Fulcrum Utility Services Limited ("Fulcrum"), Harwood Capital LLP ("Harwood") today announces a proposed tender offer (the "Tender Offer"), by a special purpose vehicle, to be established by Harwood (the "Harwood SPV"), to acquire up to 53,500,000 ordinary shares of 0.1p each in the capital of Fulcrum ("Ordinary Shares"), representing up to approximately 24.1 per cent. of Fulcrum's existing issued share capital.

· This Tender Offer has been accelerated by Harwood, as a result of today's share price movements and, as such, Harwood has not had the opportunity to discuss the Tender Offer with the board of Fulcrum ahead of this announcement.

· The Tender Offer price of 26.25 pence per share represents an attractive premium of approximately:

- 47.5 per cent. to the closing bid price of 17.8 pence per Ordinary Share on 7 April 2020 (being the latest practicable date prior to the publication of this announcement);

- 42.7 per cent. to the closing middle market price of 18.4 pence per Ordinary Share on 7 April 2020 (being the latest practicable date prior to the publication of this announcement); and

- 80.3 per cent. to the volume weighted average price of 14.56 pence per Ordinary Share over the twenty business days up to and including 7 April 2020 (being the latest practicable date prior to the publication of this announcement).

· Harwood believes that the Tender Offer represents both a significant premium to any relevant share price metric, as well as offering a significant liquidity event to all shareholders, against the background of the current, and sustained, market dislocation and global macro-economic uncertainty.
Posted at 22/9/2023 16:26 by neilyb675
Taken a small position here - somewhat out of intrigue, somewhat out of a hunch that this is a win/win from the current entry price.

The last results RNS suggests a turnaround is being effected and that this is certainly not a business about to fold.

So then I started to peel back a few layers and yes there is a huge ownership by 2 parties ......

Harwood Capital 114,892,352 28.8%
Bayford Group 116,212,821 29.1%

The fact this isn't a forced delisting, but a choice by the company smacks of asset grab.

Not keen on this....but I'm not a forced seller so happy to sit on my 100k shares bought that would have cost £12k (that the directors paid in the January 2022 placing at 12p per share), but only cost me £198 !!!

"To facilitate future Shareholder transactions in Ordinary Shares, JP Jenkins has been appointed to provide a Matched Bargain Facility, which is expected to be available from 4 October 2023. Shareholders wishing to trade these securities can do so through their stockbroker. Trades will be conducted at a level that JP Jenkins is able to match a willing seller and a willing buyer. Trades can be conducted, and limits can be accepted, during normal business hours. Shareholders or potential investors can place limits via their existing UK regulated stockbroker."
Posted at 24/8/2023 13:42 by alibulut
What Happens to Shareholders When a Company Goes Private? Shareholders agree to accept the offer to be bought out by investors. They give up ownership in the company in exchange for a premium price for each share that they own.
Posted at 24/8/2023 13:41 by alibulut
f a company delists voluntarily, its share price can increase depending on the reasons for the privatisation. In this case, a trader can open a position to 'buy' (go long) if they think the share price will increase. If the company is forced to delist, it often spells bankruptcy or causes investors to lose confidence.
Posted at 23/8/2023 10:54 by catabrit
Disagree with you on the contracting / services business. They have a number of business areas that - with the right management, risk appetite and incentives - should do OK. They won’t ever command a high multiple unless the revenue is advisory / consulting led, but they will command a multiple - especially if they can get to scale over time or carve out a good niche.

The poor prospects of minorities getting a fair share of the pie is already baked into the equity value of £1m vs the £20m of pipeline assets and £45m odd contracting / services revenue.

I.e. it’s already assuming close to 99% probability of there being nil value and personally I’m quite happy to take the opposite side of that bet as the world is an uncertain place and you just never know.

Everyone thought that Carvana was going bankrupt and last time I checked it was a ten-bagger.

I own 2m shares at 0.25p and am happy to add this to my de-listing bucket that includes other dogs such as PCF Bank, Parsley Box, Allied Minds and Argos Resources.

FWIW - PCF is looking like it could be a ten bagger. Everyone wrote that thing off and I picked it up for some silly multiple of TBV.
Posted at 26/1/2023 14:39 by duck_and_dive
Fulcrum Utility Services Ltd Response re. share price movement
26/01/2023 2:34pm
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RNS Number : 0113O

Fulcrum Utility Services Ltd

26 January 2023

26 January 2023


("Fulcrum" or "the Group")

Response re. Share price movement

Fulcrum Utility Services Limited, a leading independent provider of essential utility services including multi-utility connections and renewable energy infrastructure, has noted the recent rise in the Company's share price and confirms that it knows of no reason for this increase.

Further to the announcement of its interim results on 14 December 2022, Fulcrum confirms that there has been no material change in its trading or financial condition since then.
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