Hansard Global Dividends - HSD

Hansard Global Dividends - HSD

Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Hansard Global Plc HSD London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.30 -3.14% 40.10 16:35:10
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
42.80 39.00 42.80 40.10 41.40
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Hansard Global HSD Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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Posted at 10/11/2022 16:00 by dogray123
Is it dividend pay day today? Thanks
Posted at 29/9/2022 07:47 by shauney2
No holding but it's EX DIVI
Posted at 22/9/2022 07:29 by stemis
I'm not trying to push HSD as an investment but what an awfully poor article; clearly the writer has spend next to no time on analysing the company.

That positive cash flow of £2.1m may sound decent, but the company’s revenue was £214.7m. That means its margins are pretty thin. A relatively small business surprise could thus have a big impact on free cash flow - except £163.3m of that is investment income on it's clients investments, which is a simple pass through the accounts (there's an equivalent entry in costs). The actual revenue on which it is exposed is £51.4m.

Last year, for example, it reported pre-tax profit (on an IFRS basis) of £4.7m. - actually that was the year before. Sloppily the writer has picked up the figure from the wrong column in the accounts.

But what concerns me is the company’s free cash flow. Before it paid dividends, it had net cash inflow of £2.1m. But dividends cost £6m, meaning the company saw cash go out of the door. - I don't know where this figure comes from. Again he's picked up the dividend figure from the wrong column (it was actually £6.1m in the year in question) but, even after paying that, cash increased by £15.5m. So, based on how he's doing his analysis, the comment is mince.

Things could change for the better. For example, if Hansard can cut the £19.1m of new business investment it spent last year, it could sustain dividends at the current level from free cash flow. - I don't even know where to start with that one....

Posted at 03/3/2022 13:44 by johnjones4
Rather surprising to see no comments yet on a day when the latest results came out and the share price has been moving around through some quite extraordinary gyrations: down nearly 9% then up 6% then down again 5% and now up 4%. Personally I'm a hold but not a buy because I suspect we're not going to see this share recovering from the doldrums any time soon and because the latest slender profit does not inspire confidence that the dividend will not be cut in the near future. But what say you?
Posted at 17/1/2022 22:11 by cockerhoop
Margins have been decimated though, would need 3x the AUM to pay the original dividend.
Posted at 17/1/2022 15:03 by folderboy
"In fact the assets per share are now back to the level when the dividend was three times the amount it is now."

Indeed - and that suggests to some (OK to me) that we may see rise in the dividend.

Would have added anyway - oh there it is.

Posted at 17/1/2022 14:31 by netcurtains
How many times has it cut the dividend and how many times has it paid it in full?
Does anyone have the numbers so we can calculate the risk involved?

It appears that they have cut it twice but increased it about 4 times. Dividend been stable since end of 2017.

On face value 8.9% is brilliant. In fact, anything over 5% is good.
In fact the assets per share are now back to the level when the dividend was three times the amount it is now.

Posted at 17/1/2022 11:05 by netcurtains
Am I missing something?
Is this really a gift horse?
Does it really have a dividend yield of 8.7%

Thanks for any info

(11-01-2020 British Bull buy signal)

Posted at 23/9/2021 06:38 by grahamg8
Folder, still the same. Results look pretty good, growth in all geographic area. Disappointing about Japan delay. Post year end, still steady as she goes. share price could go either way, DOWN on disappointing Japan delay, UP relief that Covid hasn't had much effect and divi maintained.
Posted at 04/3/2021 09:25 by stemis
Solid results during a difficult time. Covered dividend of 1.8p makes 4.45p for the year giving a yield of 8.6%. IFRS P/E is 9.9. It's fair to say that the last few years for HSD have been disappointing but it remains debt free and with the launching of the Japanese offering this Spring, there's reasonable prospect of future growth. Looks good value if it can deliver on it's plans.
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