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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hargreaves Lansdown Plc LSE:HL. London Ordinary Share GB00B1VZ0M25 ORD 0.4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  20.00 1.35% 1,500.00 1,490.00 1,491.50 1,530.00 1,475.00 1,482.00 2,865,797 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 55.1 378.3 66.1 22.7 7,115

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07/8/2019
14:47
You can see this getting very very messy. Hargreaves lansdown at 40 ish pe it's going to crash
littlepuppi7
07/8/2019
13:04
Found this on HL....DescriptionOffers a no-win, no-fee service for legal claims. Burford will assess the case's merits and offer to finance it if they think it is likely to succeed, in return for a share of the proceeds.Why we hold itAssets come in many shapes and sizes. One of the more unusual varieties are law suits. In commercial law, there is typically a large sum of money at stake, with two or more parties claiming the right to it, for any number of reasons. It might be a patent infringement, a claim for breach of contract, or for damage caused to another party's assets or wellbeing.Companies can pursue these claims, if they see merit in doing so. But legal expenses are just that, expenses that must pass through the profit and loss account. So pursuing a claim for recovering what is due, means lowering profits in the near term. Quoted companies in particular, don't like things that lower profits.So along comes Burford, who essentially offer a no-win, no-fee service. They'll assess the case's merits and offer to finance it if they think it is likely to succeed, in return for a share of the proceeds.Cases can take years and judges are not as predictable as one might wish. So Burford deal in uncertainties, but by having a large portfolio of cases on the go at once, a degree of smoothing is possible.Historically, Burford has achieved great results. The company claim an average achieved return of 28% p.a. from their portfolio. With cash generation from successful investments having been strong, Burford have substantially increased the portfolio of active cases, suggesting future income growth could be very attractive, if they maintain their track record of winning in court, or settling on the steps outside.https://www.hl.co.uk/funds/hl-funds/hl-select/hl-select-uk-shares/portfolio-breakdown
18bells
07/8/2019
10:49
Not just Woodford - you'll find Burford is a big holding in HL's own in house funds too, so not great timing for them hTTps://www.hl.co.uk/funds/fund-discounts,-prices--and--factsheets/search-results/h/hl-select-uk-growth-shares-accumulation
ochs
07/8/2019
10:35
To be sure, Burford is another Quindell. Accounting aside, in terms of the stock promotion, it is a mis-selling scandal. Invesco & Woodfeld have been the cornerstone investors of BUR Hargreaves Lansdown's unashamed ramping of Woodfeld since his inception is the mis seller. Who is left holding the bag? Retail. (there is only one institutional numpty left in WEIF that is a local gov't pension fund) "To be sure, Burford will need to take on additional external capital to continue its growth as it has done successfully throughout its history, but this is a cause for celebration, not for alarm" Hargreaves Lansdown is where retail HODL's grievances should be directed. This is on you FCA & SFO.
liquidkid
03/8/2019
10:36
Thanks Ochs, the forward guidance will be important as well as how much bad press they get. Hope the positives are equally well covered.
mac15
03/8/2019
10:10
Result are until end of June - so would be less than a month. Probably of more significance will be if there's any change to forward guidance as a result.
ochs
03/8/2019
09:50
Final results on Thursday. Wonder what impact Woodford fiasco will have.
mac15
01/8/2019
19:35
Indeed, I'm hopeful for positive momentum on Active Savings.
ochs
01/8/2019
16:41
Yes, but on the flip side this could be more than counter-balanced by increased client numbers, increased AUM, progress on Active Savings, etc.Needless to say, some will no doubt continue to focus on the negatives.
lomax99
01/8/2019
16:22
Yes, but will there be any warning about the future impact of Woodford issues? - now that we know it'll be suspended until Dec - meaning a loss of revenue for HL.
ochs
01/8/2019
15:01
Roll on HL's results, out next Thursday.
lomax99
10/7/2019
16:54
Investors who found themselves "double-locked" into the suspended Woodford Equity Income fund and Hargreaves Lansdown can now transfer to a rival stockbroker – but will still face exit fees if they switch, Telegraph Money can disclose. An email from Woodford Investment Management, seen by this newspaper, revealed the block on transfers out of Hargreaves has been lifted with immediate effect. Until now, the nearly 133,000 Hargreaves clients with investments totalling more than £1.1bn trapped inside Neil Woodford's fund have been blocked from transferring their investments to rival providers. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/news/woodford-prisoners-finally-able-leave-hargreaves-lansdown/ Should take some pressure off.
mac15
09/7/2019
20:54
Dampier should have been publicly sacked imo. HL has one chance to reclaw some of its reputation (some of the damage is permanent).. and that is to fight like no tomorrow for some sort of recourse from Woodford, like: A) waivering management fees for the entirety of the lock up. B) Woodford issuing a discount subscription/option in his fund to holders who were impacted. And that can be redeemed or converted in X years. This gives Woodford a chance to prove his worth and the clients that trusted him.
j0sekl
09/7/2019
14:31
Agreed trytotakeiteasy - additionally even if you could transfer out what would be the point? A different provider still wouldn't be able to sell and HL are at least not taking any fees against Woodford holdings (whereas a new provider probably would).
ochs
09/7/2019
14:13
On that FT article. That was always known and obvious to anyone that looked. Certain share classes are specific to HL as they negotiate discounts. So they can't be transferred. Otherwise people would come to HL, buy the discounted share class and then move it to a cheaper platform. so this story seems like creating something out of thin air.
trytotakeiteasy
09/7/2019
13:52
Possibly Woodford related. FT just now: Hargreaves Lansdown customers locked in Neil Woodford’s stricken Equity Income fund have been blocked from transferring their holdings to other investment platform providers, according to evidence submitted to the UK government inquiry into the scandal. More than 130,000 individuals invested a total of £1bn in the Equity Income fund via Hargreaves Lansdown, which has faced a backlash for promoting the fund on its much-followed best buy list until the fund was forced to suspend trading last month. https://www.ft.com/content/ea3af2f0-a241-11e9-a282-2df48f366f7d Put simply, the HL clients who hold WEIF hold a distinct share class held by no-one else. Therefore they can't transfer their holding out! Reputational damage persists. A soured relationship, to put it mildly.
jonwig
09/7/2019
13:47
Any reason for sudden drop? Woodford related?
mac15
08/7/2019
11:50
Fundsmith was well to distance himself from that list.
the don of dons
08/7/2019
07:54
They never 'dumped' Fundsmith as it was never in their Wealth 150 (now 50) in the first place. Their argument was that Smith didn't have a long enough track record of success (depends how long you want I guess!)
ochs
08/7/2019
07:07
Why did HL reduce their star funds down to 50 and keep Woodford in with close communication of what was going on?! HL pushed the woodford fund that in return gave customers confidence in investing in a fund that was going to crash. Whilst the HL platform is brilliant the company needs to be investigated-why did they dump other funds like fundsmith but continue to push Woodford? I dont like how HL made their money so much im buying out of funds that have a HL holding.
18bells
07/7/2019
08:35
HL will just recommend LT stocks, They are perfect for retail and pension clients. Less risk, steady-eddy names, recurring cashflow. The important point is what LT does with HL shares. not what HL watchlist does with LT. The reason if they publish it will not be about LT skills.
j0sekl
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