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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Gresham House Plc GHE London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
10.00 1.25% 810.00 08:00:20
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sarkasm: MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Our battery storage tip Gresham House charges ahead By Joanne Hart, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 21:51 GMT, 19 February 2022 | Updated: 21:51 GMT, 19 February 2022 The UK generates about 40 per cent of its electricity from renewable sources, such as wind and solar. Boris Johnson would like to take that to 100 per cent by 2035 and, with oil and gas prices going through the roof, an increasing number of households are likely to agree with him. Gresham House is one of the companies helping to make Britain greener. A fast-growing investment firm, it manages £6.5billion of investors' cash, channelling much of it into areas such as battery storage, forestry, energy from waste and sustainable, vertical farming. Midas recommended Gresham House in July 2020, when the shares were £6.28. Today, they are 41 per cent higher at £8.85, chief executive Tony Dalwood is more ambitious than ever and the shares should continue to motor. Powering ahead: Midas recommended Gresham House in July 2020, when the shares were £6.28 Powering ahead: Midas recommended Gresham House in July 2020, when the shares were £6.28 Wind and solar energy may be good for the planet, but they are unpredictable. Being able to store surplus power in giant batteries is a critical part of the renewable mix and Gresham House owns and manages more battery storage farms than any other UK firm. Today, the company has more than 15 sites across the country, capable of storing 425MW of electricity. But that will soar to 1.5GW over the next 18 months, enough to power 550 homes for an entire year. Gresham House also owns more woodland than any other UK firm, with 350,000 acres of forest – about the size of London. The group recently bought another 62,000 acres in Australia. There is some forestry in Ireland too and more overseas deals are on the cards. Trees absorb carbon dioxide, offsetting greenhouse gas emissions, and, handled correctly, timber is considered the most sustainable material in the building trade. Vertical farming is another growth area for the group. A salad-producing farm is up and running in Staffordshire and a second site will be ready to go later this year. Based in Norfolk, this is expected to be the biggest vertical farm in the world, capable of producing more than 2,000 tons of leafy greens a year. Other Gresham interests include waste from energy plants, digital infrastructure to improve access to good quality broadband and affordable shared housing, designed to mitigate the UK's housing crisis. The group also manages several high-ranking private and listed equity funds and a number of venture capital trusts. The mix has proved popular. In 2020, the company had about £3billion of assets under management and Dalwood had said he wanted to double that by 2025. Having delivered on his goal in less than two years, Dalwood has now increased the target to £8billion and should comfortably achieve it. Results for 2021, out in early March, are expected to show a 53 per cent increase in profits to £18.5million, rising to £24million in the current year. A dividend of 7p has been pencilled in for 2021, climbing to 8p this year. Dalwood is also keen to set out a dividend policy so shareholders know what to expect in future. Midas verdict: With a focus on sustainable, green assets, Gresham House is in the right place at the right time and many of the group's assets should also hold their own in a more inflationary environment. At £8.85, the shares have already delivered rich rewards, but they should continue to gain ground. A strong hold. Traded on: AIM Ticker: GHE Contact: or 020 3837 6270
km18: ...from last year... Gresham House PLC is a United Kingdom-based specialist alternative asset manager. The Company offers a range of funds, direct investments and investment opportunities, including co-investment, across various alternative investment strategies. Its segments include Real Assets, Strategic Equity and Central. Current market cap is around £305m. GHE today announced another sizeable increase in its AUM (assets under management) in H1 to £4.7b at end-June. (£4.0b. at end December 2020). This was a £761m increase or 19% growth in AUM over a 6-month period.  Of this increase £457m or 12% was organic. These are pretty impressive growth rates for both total and organic growth... ...from WealthOracleAM
melody9999: Yes EC2 - I've been following GHE for some time but only had chance to do limited extra research on GHE today before deciding to subscribe for the Primarybid offer before it closed. Wonder if we will be scaled back? That would be disappointing given only £2M through Primarybid whilst £40M in the placing.
ec2: Price drop is linked to GHE seeking to enforce better governance on the board of Gresham House Strategic Inv Tst (GHS) for whom GHE are the asset manager and also hold an over 20% stake. In my view it shows strong principles on the part of GHE and the present impact in the GHE share price I see as a buying opportunity. I topped up very slightly yesterday hedging my bets incase the share price falls further. Incidentally, the largest holding in GHS received a takeover bid yesterday providing a positive benefit for GHE's stake in the trust. The holding in question represents 23% of the GHS trust.
ec2: Had an eye on these for a while. Bought in today at 820p off the back of the good results and compelling future direction and strategy. I see GHE as a geared play on their underlying funds, GRID, etc. and the whole ESG space. I remember Tony Dalwood as a fresh out of university investment trainee back in the 90's, he was very driven and switched on even back then and this is clearly still very much visible today.
aclelland: Gresham House FY19 results and acquisition of Trade Risks Ltd announced today
tomps2: Video: Gresham House overview of 2019 relseased to coincide with today's trading update Https://
westofengland: I agree. This business continues to do great deals- to achieve a £100m IPO and buy the Livingbridge business in the same week is most impressive. It gives the Energy Storage business further critical mass and the Strategic Private Equity Business too. Good that the Livingbridge team are incentivised with a significant position in GHE stock.
topvest: This looks like very good news.
mw8156: they're doing good business on the Hazel vct solar funds; taking 1.4% for managing it and 30% of any dividend declared above 10p if the nav is above 100p; seems generous indeed for a fairly simple to run business? suggests ghe shares may be a better investment than the fund itself.
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