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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Getech Group LSE:GTC London Ordinary Share GB00B0HZVP95 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 35.00p 34.00p 36.00p 35.00p 35.00p 35.00p 5,520 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 10.9 -0.7 -0.1 - 13.15

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/12/2018
08:46
Someone wish to explain status of company, unable to trade!
bookbroker
31/10/2018
10:33
Interesting to see there's a 12 month lag between rising oil prices and exploration spend. That slide 10 shows a modest expectation of an increase soon, reserves below 100% and a high cash margin. Hopefully all adding up to GTC being ready to profit from the very start of the next spend cycle, but with revenues evened out a bit due to the recurring nature of a decent part of them.
yump
31/10/2018
09:30
There is some interesting information in this power point presentation that was released last month, from the Investor relations section of the Getech website. Worth reading if not seen already. hxxps://getech.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Getech-2018-H1-results-September-2018.pdf
peterc1970
03/10/2018
10:16
Beginning to see a little movement here...
jaykaytee
30/9/2018
08:38
Glad to see there has been interest in the old building, more interesting will be what the outcome will be, but I think JC is doing a pretty good job under difficult circumstances. Hopeful that exploration spend will increase with oil companies, but as prices rise so do clouds over the global economy, so it is likely that Big Oil will have learnt from the past with regard to boom/bust cycles!
bookbroker
06/9/2018
23:13
Yes, the CEO is much improved and seems completely committed to opening up new markets which is where I think they can grow quickly, but the sale of Elmete Hall needs a quick conclusion to release funds that can be better used elsewhere.
playful
06/9/2018
09:33
At the results I want to see tangible action to merge the workforce of Henley and London into one building, and to hopefully have some word on Elmete Hall. The acquisition of the Henley operation was ill-timed, over-priced and very poorly executed. It may have brought some benefits, but the price paid far too high relative to the real long term use. The company had plenty of cash prior and this was wasted by the previous CEO, this has restricted the wriggle room for this company, Copus has done a pretty good job with altering the business model, and trying to enter different markets hopefully will become more apparent with the returns down the line, and less dependent on the oil and gas sector.
bookbroker
05/9/2018
21:54
They should have an opportunity to present in London towards year end so hopefully we can get a clearer picture of where things stand.
playful
31/8/2018
10:22
Edited H1 2018 looks a bit flat, and the trading statement is rather lengthy and could be seen to be seen to be trying to make up for it. However I would rather have more detail than less, so as an investor I can try to make a judgement. The final results were quite wordy too. How I look at it: - the $0.9m sale only just fell out of H1 and with the closed sales, with that in, it would look different. - Forward closed sales up 39% - is clearly positive, if this momentum can be maintained. FWIW WH Ireland today saying "we expect (closed sales) will continue to run ahead of reported revenue for the foreseeable future. Whilst still a work in progress, this will help build visibility and ultimately increase the quality of earnings" - 2 years into a turnaround, the focus on the execution of the growth plan is key, with the target of more repeat revenues from the software and information services. What happens now in terms of growth, making it less dependent on oil and gas, more subscription based revenue would be a positive driver if it happens. Work in progress.. - The cost cutting has happened, which led to pre restructuring positive cashflow of £2.1m for 17 months to 31st Dec. (roughly £1.5m for 12 months). Valuation @37p, the EV is about £12.5m, less say £2.5m for the building leaves £10m for the business. On flat revenues of £7.7m say for FY assuming no restructuring costs this year FCF of £1.5m puts the business on 6.5 times FCF, which seems undemanding. There was no mention in the TS of the Sierra Leone licensing round, which finishes on 27th Sept (around the time of when the interims are due). Getech have already said in the Annual report: “Net of our revenue sharing agreement with the Sierra Leone Government, a single licensing of this data set has the potential to be a disclosable event for the Getech Group”.
peterc1970
31/8/2018
07:36
No mention of the sale of Elmete Hall, but this is a trading update for first half, the second half will show the improvement.
bookbroker
31/8/2018
06:54
Sales up 69%, that is all that is important Quality of sales and recurring nature makes this interesting as well as the upturn in their traditional mkt Patience here will eventually be rewarded
big7ime
31/8/2018
06:33
Just a waiting game now to see what growth the new strategy can deliver - it looks stable at the moment, which I guess was the first objective. However, each period in the future should have more recurring revenue or a proportion of sales won earlier.
yump
31/8/2018
06:30
I am glad its not just me who thought this was a poor RNS. Either trying to hide something or, more likely, horrendously badly written.
shanklin
31/8/2018
06:29
'Load of waffle' is an understatement! It's gibberish
mattjos
31/8/2018
06:22
Trading update, whilst not a disaster looks a little Flat...masked by a load of waffle. They have made progress but how much ?... that will be seen at the year end and the final results.
baticle
30/8/2018
09:31
There is someone bidding for stock again, they stepped up from 35. Yesterday and today the RSP quotes a whisker under 38p if you want to sell 100k, and the offer for buying is 40p for 25k. Perhaps the French back for more.
peterc1970
07/8/2018
09:35
Not sure what is occurring, thought it may have been removed from market, Rushbond re-developed building but acquired by GTC, would not assume they are in hurry to sell, as unless sale and leaseback they will be looking for new offices! More interested in trading update, last one positive to a degree but price now fallen back, would have thought progress being made with persistently higher oil price attracting the requirement of their geo-science products, but still not too much new big oil and gas drilling on horizon it appears!
bookbroker
03/8/2018
18:12
Is Kitson House part of Elmete Hall or the same? Must be due an rns as it's surely worth few mil
big7ime
14/7/2018
09:33
Would seem Elmete Hall been taken off the market, does that suggest it has been sold STC? See that it is part of Rushbond PLC portfolio!
bookbroker
02/7/2018
06:55
Well there's one.
yump
26/6/2018
10:27
Be IP Group or Fairhead, not sure why they are in here still, other than legacy, but a wider institutional small company investor would be preferable now, this may clear a draft in the price, still think this will prove a decent investment from here!
bookbroker
26/6/2018
10:21
A block trade has gone through @38p, 2.945 million shares.
peterc1970
18/6/2018
09:00
Should be seen in a positive light, a very attractive building with potential for conversion to residential, ought to have considerable value!
bookbroker
17/6/2018
05:46
Thanks for posting that.
shoee62
16/6/2018
21:52
Kitson house is on the market.. hTTp://www.lsh.co.uk/commercial-properties/freehold/land-offices/elmete-hall%2C-elmete-lane-leeds-ls8-2lj-2039221?currency=1
playful
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