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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Georgia Healthcare Group Plc LSE:GHG London Ordinary Share GB00BYSS4K11 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 70.80 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
70.00 71.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 254.91 16.71 93
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 70.80 GBX

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15/9/201910:28GHG - MY BIT OF BLUE ON A RED DAY242
12/12/200020:23New Director For Gear House1
28/11/200022:48Gearhouse predictions4
28/11/200022:22Bad Timing By 'Shares' Magazine8

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25/11/2020
08:20
Georgia Healthcare Daily Update: Georgia Healthcare Group Plc is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GHG. The last closing price for Georgia Healthcare was 70.80p.
Georgia Healthcare Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 172p while the 1 year low share price is currently 60p.
There are currently 131,681,820 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Georgia Healthcare Group Plc is £93,230,728.56.
15/9/2019
10:28
loganair: MoneyWeek - Adventurous investors should head for the frontier in Georgia by David C Stevenson 13/08/2019: Georgia Capital, a London-listed investment fund, is trading on a big discount and looks a good bet for the brave. One of the great virtues of the London stockmarket is that there’s a healthy number of funds to appeal to investors looking for the next frontier. One of the lower-profile examples is Georgia, a destination that probably isn’t on the radar for many people, but represents an interesting prospect for the brave investor. Solid fundamentals Georgia is a tiny state nestled on the western edge of the Caucasus mountain range. It has a population of just 3.7 million, yet boasts a number of advantages. Its government is trying to stay friendly with the West as well as with Russia – although every once in a while its overbearing northern neighbour throws a tantrum and threatens exports. National markets are steadily opening up to international competition (Turkey is one key trading partner) and Georgia is keen to position itself as a transit point in trade between Central Asia and Europe. Its lack of commodity wealth is also probably something of a positive, making local businesses work harder for their profits. The economy has been growing at a fairly steady 4% to 6% clip since 2017 with inflation on target to stay below 3%, and a rapidly improving trade deficit. National finances look stable with interest rates at 6.5% and central-bank foreign-exchange reserves steadily growing. A promising fund Bank of Georgia, a local bank, has been listed on the main segment of the London Stock Exchange since the spring of 2012. Back in 2018 it decided to de-merge into two separate businesses: Bank of Georgia (LSE: BGEO), the banking business; and Georgia Capital (LSE: CGEO), the investment fund business. At the time I thought that this investment arm was interesting, but timing wasn’t ideal and the demerger took place at net asset value (NAV), which I thought might be a bit rich. Rows then developed with Russia, which helped knock sentiment and since the demerger the shares have drifted ever lower. At the current share price of around £10 a share, the discount to NAV looks to be about 30%, which strikes me as better. In simple terms, Georgia Capital is a hybrid fund, containing of two main components. The biggest chunk (60%) consists of substantial holdings in Bank of Georgia (19.9% stake) as well as a 57% stake in Georgia Healthcare (LSE: GHG). These are both performing well. Georgia Healthcare has recently announced a dividend policy, and plans to pay out 20%-30% of annual profit. Bank of Georgia’s shares are still lowly priced, trading at 1.4 times book value, on a price-to-earnings ratio of around five and a dividend yield of over 10%. Fast-growing private equity The other portion of the portfolio is a fast-expanding range of private-equity holdings. Recent investments include an 80% equity interest in Green School, the leading affordable private school, and an 80% interest in Amboli, the second-largest auto-service firm. In March, Georgia Capital’s drinks operation acquired the brand name and commercial assets of Kazbegi, the country’s oldest beer brand, for $3.65m (£3m). Meanwhile, the renewable energy business has commissioned the 30MW first phase of the Mestiachala hydro power plant, with a further 20MW second phase under way. This frenetic pace of activity shows up in the latest reported quarterly numbers which showed a 7.2% return in local currency terms for the first quarter of this year (3.5% in sterling terms) – comprised of a 12.1% total return in local currency from the listed portfolio companies and a 2.1% total return from the private portfolio companies. Overall, I think Georgia Capital now looks like a good bet as long as Georgia can keep on good terms with Russia.
15/7/2016
07:00
jswjsw: "Undistributed profits no longer subject to 15% tax after this yr." !!! Last qr: There are still many service gaps in Georgia which, as the largest provider of healthcare services in the country, GHG is focused on covering. Abs massive potential in this. j
05/3/2001
00:27
boyblue: Aveso has only taken over part of GHG.....see below I am stiil hopeful that we might get something when the dust has cleared..... after all JH has a lot more to loose than me !! RNS Number:8018Z Avesco PLC 2 March 2001 AVESCO plc ('Avesco' or 'the Company') Acquisition of Gearhouse Midlands Avesco plc, the provider of specialist services to the corporate presentation, entertainment and broadcast markets, announces that it has acquired the business and certain assets of the Midlands and North division ('Gearhouse Midlands') of Gearhouse Group plc ('Gearhouse Group') from Gearhouse Group acting through its joint administrative receivers ('the Acquisition'). Avesco has acquired Gearhouse Midlands for a total consideration of #4 million in cash. The business and assets acquired include the operations in Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow and at the NEC. The assets acquired are primarily goodwill, fixed assets and stock, and exclude trade debtors. Background to the Acquisition On 28 December 2000, trading in Gearhouse Group shares on the London Stock Exchange was suspended after Gearhouse Group announced that it would not be in a position to announce its preliminary results for the year ended 30 June 2000 by the time required by the Listing Rules. On 23 February 2001, Gearhouse announced that partners in Ernst and Young had been appointed as joint administrative receivers. Information on Gearhouse Midlands Gearhouse Midlands, based in Birmingham, supplies audio visual presentation and event production equipment for both rental and sale to the corporate and exhibition markets. It provides audio visual staging services for all aspects of the events industry, from corporate presentations and live entertainment events to exhibitions and trade shows. The relevant assets of Gearhouse Midlands being acquired had a net book value at 30 June 1999, the date to which the last audited accounts of the companies concerned were made up, of approximately#5.7 million. In the year ended 30 June 1999, the relevant companies representing Gearhouse Midlands reported profit before tax of approximately #1.5 million. Subsequent unaudited financial information of Gearhouse Midlands indicates a deterioration in trading results and a reduction in the net book value of the assets concerned. Reasons for and Benefits of the Acquisition Avesco believes that the Acquisition represents a significant opportunity for Avesco to extend its presence in the UK, in particular broadening its customer base in the exhibition sector. Avesco considers that the Acquisition will provide opportunities in the areas of customer cross selling and improved resource utilisation. Avesco believes that the Avesco and Gearhouse Midlands businesses together will provide a platform for further growth and consolidation opportunities in the Company's core markets. For further information: Avesco plc - Tel: 020 8974 1234 David Nicholson, Chief Executive David Brocksom, Finance Director Investec Henderson Crosthwaite - Tel: 0207 597 5970 Bruce Fireman, Managing Director of Corporate Finance
13/12/2000
20:39
mungoa: Not wanting to distract anyone or anything......but.....someone picked up a nice bit of SUP today, and 750,000 shares changed hands the other day. Someone is accumulating. Now I hate link up theories....a real way to get fleeced.....I, as ye all know (specially those who, for months now, minted with me on AMY :o), stick to charts....but the links are interesting you must admit. Back to main GHG topic......this is really great news about Crane. Now he's in for almost the same packet as before. Others may be sniffing around as well. No doubt Hemmings and Crane have spoken by now, and Crane still buys yesterday at just a penny or so off our closing price tonight. So that is not to be underestimated. It really is significant in the med-term. Isn't it always sad that it takes such huge vol. to move a price up.....but as soon as someone sells just 7,000 shares (a measly £3000)...the mm's leap at the chance to shake out sellers and move the price down immediately. I/we should be mm's. Today was a classic. On the charts I jotted last night re what might happen this morning....what transpired was what I had classed as an "average scenario". Two days of v.fast climbs had to result in a fall today or tomorrow. I had aimed for a close of 38/40....lucky guess?...probably....(but then again the trend is usually like this in this sort of scenario).....more importantly it stops me feeling I should sell, as I have an idea what to expect. As for tomorrow, I hear you ask....well it could go either way. Those who need to sell will do so if the mm's mark down. However, the big difference here is we get positive news like this RNS tonight, and it settles/removes the fear for those new on board, or those itching to sell from fear. You all know this, so sorry for spelling it out. ....but then again, maybe when we see a markdown of 5/6% we get gripped....how far will it fall? Should i sell now? I've lost before etc etc. Well this aint Pan Andean (needs results or forget it) or Billam (a dog supported on hope) or any of the other busy bb shares. This company has: *)strong fundamentals *)new board director, Hemmings, a man who hates failure more than he loves success *)new heavy investors (eg Crane) *)profit warning out of the way (hence the bargain we picked up) etc etc ....there,...I think I've convinced the dog and the cat who are watching. :O)
12/12/2000
20:23
bruno: 18:22, Tue 12 Dec 2000 Everson-Crane comes back to Gearhouse James Everson-Crane has bought back a stake in conference and exhibition group Gearhouse just a week after selling off his entire holding. He started building his original 6% stake when the company was reeling from two profits warnings last year. At the time his presence prompted speculation that he might reverse his private exhibitions company, Presentation Group, into Gearhouse(GHG). In recent weeks shrewd investor John Hemming has emerged as the largest shareholder in Gearhouse with a 13.5% stake, taking a non-executive role on the board. This coincided with Everson-Crane informing Gearhouse on 28 November that he had sold 944,365 shares or 4.87% of the £7 million company. He then sold his last 96,242 shares at the beginning of this month. How strange then that today the company has announced that Everson-Crane has a notifiable interest in 680,001 shares or 3.51% of the company. We called him to get to the bottom of this mystery but he was unavailable for comment. With Gearhouse’s share price rising over the past week or so it is likely that Everson-Crane sold out well below the price at which he bought his new holding. In the past two days the share price has gained a further 10.5p to close this afternoon at 41.5p, up 5p on the day. This is still a far cry from two years ago when the shares peaked at 395p. Those profit warnings enabled Hemming to buy his stake from an institutional investor at 14p. Intrinsic Value, the special situations fund run by Luke Johnson and Mark Horrocks also has a holding but appears to be sitting tight. It took a holding of 500,000 shares or 2.58% of the company in January. ©2000 citywire.co.uk
12/12/2000
19:08
dave46: Got this from citywire, any other press? Everson-Crane comes back to Gearhouse James Everson-Crane has bought back a stake in conference and exhibition group Gearhouse just a week after selling off his entire holding. He started building his original 6% stake when the company was reeling from two profits warnings last year. At the time his presence prompted speculation that he might reverse his private exhibitions company, Presentation Group, into Gearhouse(GHG). In recent weeks shrewd investor John Hemming has emerged as the largest shareholder in Gearhouse with a 13.5% stake, taking a non-executive role on the board. This coincided with Everson-Crane informing Gearhouse on 28 November that he had sold 944,365 shares or 4.87% of the £7 million company. He then sold his last 96,242 shares at the beginning of this month. How strange then that today the company has announced that Everson-Crane has a notifiable interest in 680,001 shares or 3.51% of the company. We called him to get to the bottom of this mystery but he was unavailable for comment. With Gearhouse’s share price rising over the past week or so it is likely that Everson-Crane sold out well below the price at which he bought his new holding. In the past two days the share price has gained a further 10.5p to close this afternoon at 41.5p, up 5p on the day. This is still a far cry from two years ago when the shares peaked at 395p. Those profit warnings enabled Hemming to buy his stake from an institutional investor at 14p. Intrinsic Value, the special situations fund run by Luke Johnson and Mark Horrocks also has a holding but appears to be sitting tight. It took a holding of 500,000 shares or 2.58% of the company in January. ©2000 citywire.co.uk
07/12/2000
11:47
millytheminx: Well lets hope this could mean some good news for the Gear House share price. It has just been announced that John Hemming who recently acquired over 13% has been appointed to the board. Hemming has an excellent investment record and is already involved in high technology companies. There are also rumours that he has a finger in the entertainment industry pie. It was interesting to see the share price rising this morning. Was this a reaction to rumours of the announcement? If so what do people think it will do now the announcement has been made.
07/12/2000
11:44
dave46: We were right. John Hemmings has joined, thus the increase in buying (share price) RNS Number:4097V Gearhouse Group PLC 7 December 2000 GEARHOUSE GROUP On 6 December 2000, John Hemming, chief executive and chairman of JHC plc, was appointed a non-executive director of Gearhouse Group PLC with immediate effect. Mr Hemming, as previously notified, holds 13.46 per cent. of the issued share capital of the Company. He said, 'I am very pleased to join the board of Gearhouse plc. Gearhouse provide a quality service for audio visual hire. They are recognised as market leaders in many places throughout the world. Recently they have been appointed as preferred supplier to the newExcel Exhibition centre. There are many different ways in which this company can be taken forwards. I look forward to playing my part in ensuring the success of the company.' Note for Editors Mr Hemming is known for his knowledge of high technology. Gearhouse, with Optiscreen and the technology hire services, is a company with a wide range of high technology offerings. ENDS
04/12/2000
09:01
mungoa: Appraisal from a poster called Auction Man on another bb: "BUYING UNDER VALUED SHARES-in my opinion the only current "lower risk" high gain area. The risk is in relation to the reason for the fall and its possible implications,the gain is in relation to the previous share price and where the implications may take it. GHG fits this criteria perfectly.To fall from 90p to 20p {i dont include below 20p as it was for such a short timespan and volume, excluding mr hemmings deal} was an over reaction. The implications-going bust- I dont think so ,like mr hemming {whos knowledge and £500,000 input strengthens my belief}and even in this senario a takeover in my opinion of 50p-100p possible ie 100-400% upside. New banking facilities-50p-75p=100-300%upside ,if followed by return to decent profits 100p-150p in time=400-600% upside on todays price. "
30/11/2000
10:03
mungoa: From iii GHG bb this morning:.......... " Well, vol. has now dropped off. So too did the sellers by lunch time yesterday. Obviously as the sell price moves slowly up one could see various sellers at each stage (those with big losses who are nervous, out of time (T's), those who bought at the bottom/are buying along the way , or holders from before the 35p peak who want out). However...with perhaps positive news, and some steadying of the price, handsome progressive gains should occur. Value Chaser/John Hemmings outlines his belief in the co 's fundamentals and upside on the price. Obviously as you point out this will take more than a couple of days, but not too long either. Anyway, you all know this already. " ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ taken from iii GHG bb this morning.......just as a view point as its a bit quiet here !
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