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Gateley (holdings) Plc LSE:GTLY London Ordinary Share GB00BXB07J71 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.62% 163.50p 0 07:30:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
160.00p 167.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 86.09 14.65 11.03 14.8 177.3

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19/5/2019
09:20
Gateley (holdings) Daily Update: Gateley (holdings) Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GTLY. The last closing price for Gateley (holdings) was 162.50p.
Gateley (holdings) Plc has a 4 week average price of 156.50p and a 12 week average price of 146.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 178p while the 1 year low share price is currently 120p.
There are currently 108,435,765 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 22,961 shares. The market capitalisation of Gateley (holdings) Plc is £177,292,475.78.
22/3/2019
07:49
jonwig: I haven't followed DWF Group which seems to be the largest of the bunch. I see the share price hasn't moved from the issue at 122p. Of the existing listed firms, Keystone and Rosenblatt seem to have their own individual 'racy' characteristics which have been positive for their share price. Gordon Dadds (which I held for a few weeks) might have made a bad misstep with its big acquisition. That one looks dodgy to me. Gateley might be thought the stodgiest and most conventional of the firms, which suits me fine. I went to an AGM a couple of years ago and was quite impressed. The ii article, thanks: Https://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/dwf-ipo-are-these-aim-law-firms-better-value-ii507924
11/10/2018
08:54
jonwig: I think I said I'd sold because of the size of the receivables and the way they are increasing, with some overdue debts. GTLY are exposed to housing and construction, and I beleive they will be charging legal fees on alternatives to immediate billing. (See 2018 accs note 13.) Has the Motley Fool author looked at this? Quite honestly, I don't see the balance sheet as 'rock hard', and generally find MF articles to be a bit superficial. That said, the current share price does seem to discount a lot!
02/10/2017
18:33
jonwig: QS - it was part of the IPO agreement to move from LLP to PLC. I think the sales were expected (hence depressed share price), but easily placed, hence rise today.
14/7/2017
06:48
jonwig: Fairly short IC comment on results. Conclusion: So far, Gateley has proved early doubters wrong of its publicly-quoted partnership model. Indeed, with all 717 staff now eligible for the company share scheme, Gateley has effectively replicated traditional firms’ profit-sharing culture. However, we move to hold to reflect the shares’ rerating to 17 times forward earnings. Hold. (Last IC View: Buy, 118p, 18 Dec 2016) Is the company share scheme holding back the share price?
02/5/2017
15:42
jonwig: This website used to have excellent discussion boards, which it's dropped. I don't think this article adds much, apart from exposure: The share price performance of legal services business Gateley Holdings (LSE: GTLY) has been exceptional in recent months. It has risen by 23% since the start of the year, and by 61% in the last year. Despite this, it trades on a PEG ratio of only 1.7 owing to its forecast growth rate of 9% in the current year. This would follow a similar rate of growth in each of the last two years, which indicates that the company offers a relatively robust and sustainable growth profile. In addition to capital growth potential, Gateley Holdings is also an attractive income stock. It currently yields 4.3% from a dividend which represents 71% of earnings. This indicates that dividends may increase at a faster pace than the company’s bottom line over the medium term, which suggests a double-digit dividend growth rate may be on the cards. With inflation set to rise and the stock market being relatively high at the present time, Gateley Holdings has obvious potential for growth and income investors. Its shares may have risen in price in recent months, but that upward trend may be set to continue in future months. Http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/05/02/2-top-growth-shares-you-cant-afford-to-ignore/
08/11/2016
17:23
jonwig: QS99 - not really, I tend to ignore sharp price movements these days! I've been looking to bed-and-isa my holding here (and add a few more at the same time) but haven't got a decent spread to do it. As for what's happening, there are a few news items about new appointments, office expansion, etc. which is reassuring, and the recent big partners' sale might happen again, putting a damper on the share price. But they seem to have managed the transition from partnership to PLC very well and should benefit from increased housebuilding activity which the govt desperately needs. They gave a trading update last year mid-November. Maybe next week, then?
09/11/2015
15:13
jonwig: Gateley plc and the Sport and Recreation Alliance have announced a new corporate partnership: Http://www.thelawyer.com/firms-and-the-bar/gateley-is-key-legal-provider-to-the-sport-and-recreation-alliance/3040443.article [Does international sport need lots of lawyers? Just asking.] ... expanding in Dubai: Http://www.thelawyer.com/firms-and-the-bar/gateley-announces-landmark-hire-as-dubai-office-expands/3040398.article GTLY share price expanding, too.
30/10/2015
07:06
jonwig: maiken - we just have the same good tastes! You may remember Chris Bogart, in one of the Burford videos, saying that the six (?) largest UK law firms would be FTSE 100 companies if they were PLCs. So the precedent is potentially very significant if it works, and the lengthy lock-ins here will ensure that all the participants make sure it works. I agree very much with your summary of the investment case; IC is being cautious for the same reason the share price is apparently cheap. BUR spent most of its early life until this year in a similar position.
22/9/2015
06:54
jonwig: IC reviews results and cautiously suggests "hold", owing to uncertainty about how the PLC status will turn out. Gateley's share price is likely to be fairly stable given all 81 partners have signed five-year lock-in agreements, while management's plans to pay shareholders 70 per cent of post-tax profits should provide a strong, reliable forward yield of 6.3 per cent. But given the importance of the firm's transition to the stock market, we are happy to wait for more revealing post-IPO trading updates. Hold.
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