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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Global Invacom Group Limited LSE:GINV London Ordinary Share SG2E91982768 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8.00 6.00 10.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 101.4 -9.5 0.0 - 20

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27/8/2014
12:16
Nice one henryatkin! Ive bought in here too. IPO's are not my bag as a rule, but this one is different to many in that it has an established track record and with a pe of ten is not in hairy-fairy la la land, like so many recent IPO listings are. Strong demand for stock on floatation too.
cfro
27/8/2014
08:28
Thanks again for the heads up here, henry. GINV does look an exciting young growth company on attractive value metrics. Rolling P/E 2 = 10.89 Alt Rolling (Slater) PEG = 0.76 I did buy an initial position yesterday - paying 21.75p, well within the spread. I will consider pyramiding up if things go well. Among other things, I did note that the IPO placing at 19p was oversubscribed. Hopefully that will suggest ongoing demand for the stock and provide share price support.
saucepan
26/8/2014
11:57
Thanks Henry
whymps2
26/8/2014
10:27
Thanks for highlighting, henry; this looks interesting and I shall research further.
saucepan
26/8/2014
09:55
I've taken a holding small enough to tuck away and wait to see what happens. Buy the dips or dump with bad news - whatever. The CEO can obviously open doors and make things happen. His aim of organic & acquisition growth has potential legs. Philip A Fisher "Common Stocks & Uncommon Profits" 1957, said that the evidence showed that "the greatest investment reward comes to those who by good luck or good sense find the occasional company that over the years can grow in sales and profits far more than industry as a whole. ...when we believe we have found such a company we had better stick with it for a long period of time. ...such companies need not necessarily be young and small. ...what really counts is a management with the determination and ability to attain important growth and a vigilance in performing the day-to-day tasks of ordinary business outstandingly well.
henryatkin
26/8/2014
09:42
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/mediatechnologyandtelecoms/media/10900065/BSkyB-dish-supplier-Global-Invacom-Group-to-list-on-Aim.html By James Quinn 14 Jun 2014 A British satellite technology company whose customers include BSkyB and Dish Networks of the US is to list in London. Global Invacom Group, which makes satellite dishes and circuit boards for set-top boxes, is to list on the London Stock Exchange's junior Aim market with a market capitalisation expected to be in excess of $120m (£70m). The Hertfordshire-based company, which is currently listed in Singapore, is believed to be raising in the region of $10m for organic growth and small, bolt-on acquisitions. The company's current valuation in Singapore is about $110m. Global Invacom's manufacturing base is in the UK, the US, Malaysia and China, with approximately 200 employees working in its UK operations. Global began life in 1985, founded by Roger Pannell, who, with his wife Helen, made and sold products from the garage of their home. It grew over time through a series of new products and mergers. In 2012, Global reversed into Radiance Group on the Singapore stock exchange in order to enact a listing. The purpose of the intended Aim listing is to consolidate a highly fragmented market in satellite technology, and to benefit from the continued growth in the demand for satellite television. As well as BSkyB and Dish, Astro of Asia is one of the company's major clients. The company's technology includes a range of ground-based equipment that power satellite communications such as microwave waveguide components, which would be useful in Africa, a largely untapped satellite market which Global is said to be keen to penetrate. Closer to home, the company's fibre products have been used to connect a number of well-known buildings include the Shard and the London Stock Exchange building itself. The company made $9.3m profit before tax in its last financial year, on sales of $116m. Global is being brought to London by advisers finnCap and Mirabaud Securities. hTTp://www.globalinvacom.com/ CFO Matt Garner - Matt.Garner@globalinvacom.com (please do not waste his time with trivia).
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