Harland & Wolff Investors - HARL

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Harland & Wolff Group Holdings Plc HARL London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.25 -14.53% 7.35 16:24:27
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
9.10 7.05 9.10 7.35 8.60
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Industry Sector
GAS WATER & UTILITIES

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Posted at 08/9/2022 10:08 by lopodop
Sacha17 Well the chairman is an expert at placings, if required and also has a good record for directors' emoluments - see TOM - much to the consternation of its investors. Unfortunately TOM has entered a very dark period and its future seems very unclear despite assurances given by Groat to the contrary on a number of occasions. Groat needs to be successful here - he will have some serious investors watching his every move and he will get short shrift if he wobbles.
Posted at 04/8/2022 06:40 by ijamlon
The chat on LSE is all about the appointment of the new NED and how this presages an investor in the gas storage assets. If they're worth £50mln+ as broker estimates then I have to admit it would put a rocket in the share price at this level.
Posted at 20/7/2022 14:20 by ramlamb
You would get more return leaving your money in a low interest paying account than investing in HARL. Doubtful I will see a return from the November 2021 20p placing. The HARL board are running for the RNLI lifeboats with their stash. Longer term investors will see the pun there. No money to be made in UK shipbuilding and Islandmagee if approved tomorrow would not be ready to store gas for 4 - 5 years. I work on the salt caverns in Cheshire and know how long it takes to get one useable. HARL are good are stringing along investors with their Twitter feed but not much else.
Posted at 23/5/2022 22:08 by ijamlon
The sad thing is that a lot of the investors are not gamblers but shipbuilding enthusiasts who don't always understand the difference between newsflow / expected revenue and sustainable profit / shareholder value. They are just getting bled dry to feather the nests of the top 2 goons. What I have witnessed with this company undermines my faith in the U.K. approach to listed company governance. I hope someone gets their comeuppance one day.
Posted at 13/4/2022 08:53 by c2b
To be fair I criticised them for not putting out enough RNSs at the recent investors' meeting in Belfast in particular to cover the stream of repair business coming into the two dry docks. Given the new loan agreement I would hope there are no more placings until a really big new order.
Posted at 29/3/2022 12:32 by small cap value investor1
There has been a lot of negative comments about this Company Friday week before last there is a announcement late in the afternoon that Kave Sigaroudonis has ammased a 3 % stake and today another that he is now 4%? I Googled who this investor is Turns out that he is an Partner of 23 years stating in Baillie Gifford,who are a very substantial Blue Chip Investment Management firm He must have a Belfast connection as he was a benefactor of INST a local School Anoannouncment yesterday disclosed another 3% stake from a Guernsey based Investment fund With a few announcements on the contract side we might be in for interesting times
Posted at 22/2/2022 10:47 by mrmark1
Do you think there is a market cap level or share price level that is a buy (not a punt/trade) as an investment for a company close to breakeven and a pipeline of orders over the next 18 months?Any likelihood that with the demise in value a bigger company will put in a cheeky bid for H&W dockyards etc that the institutional investors would accept?
Posted at 21/2/2022 18:18 by c2b
Well on last Wednesday's private investors' meeting in Belfast Arun Raman GCFO assured us that the group was approaching cash breakeven, that the Belfast Ship Repair business was profitable, and that no further placing was planned. He said that there were orders that they hoped to announce imminently together with a loan facility. Whilst a future placing could not be discounted it would only be to capitalise new orders. Staff numbers have apparently grown to 450 with some 300 directly employed. There is still some debate as to what to do with Islandmagee and what it might be worth. A Northern Ireland ferry was in the Repair Dock with another queuing to get in. A LNG tanker was waiting to get into the building dock. Cash tight I guess, but the number of trades today sre hard to explain.
Posted at 29/11/2021 10:49 by tomtum1
Terminator101: The FCA need to investigate this one.Its not acceptable to miss lead investors in this way.
Posted at 23/11/2021 07:54 by ijamlon
Almost any other company would simply be going into administration in this situation. Somehow, incredibly, there are judged to still be enough people prepared to throw another £5mln on this bonfire, so the management shamelessly and immorally keeping milking it, largely for their own benefit. Many of the investors are ship enthusiast and perhaps not traditional finance savvy types, this is being exploited. I implore anyone thinking of taking up the offer to think again unless it's for charitable reasons. This is just a black hole.
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