Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Harvey Nash Grp LSE:HVN London Ordinary Share GB0006573546 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 97.00p 94.00p 100.00p - - - 0 06:33:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 784.3 8.5 8.2 11.8 71.25

Harvey Nash Grp Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/11/2017
13:07
£1 a big psychological barrier, but once cleared this may quickly run towards 15 year highs around 120/125p imv. Still seems very undervalued, despite the recent performance.
xajorkith
26/10/2017
15:37
2 million shares traded today
sophia1982
26/10/2017
15:10
That note does not even mention the potential effect on margins from the active investor DBAY, who hold 26%+ of the shares. Dbay are surely going to try and extract more value for investors using their clout with the board.
edmundshaw
23/10/2017
15:12
Not an IC subscriber but was able to read the article via a simple google search (IC Harvey Nash Buy). Link was the same as posted but didn't block me for some reason?
xajorkith
23/10/2017
11:03
Mongrels, can you please publish the article? Thank you
sophia1982
20/10/2017
07:18
Unfortunately subscriber only, any chance of a precis?
cwa1
20/10/2017
06:54
https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/tips-ideas/2017/10/19/cheap-harvey-nash-on-a-tear/
mongrels3
12/10/2017
18:14
Basically DBAY and Miton AM have the votes to do whatever they want. Ellis became CEO in 2005 and personally I consider his track record in shareholder value creation not satisfactory.
sophia1982
11/10/2017
11:13
Expecting this modest but persistent buying for the last couple of weeks to result in an attack on £1 soon...it's been well bid over the course of that time so strong demand imo.
gleach23
03/10/2017
06:46
Maybe Zoolook ;-) Appointment of Adrian Gunn & DBAY influence more important going forward imv.
xajorkith
03/10/2017
06:29
The management belong in the past
zoolook
02/10/2017
18:04
As the quote goes, “the past is a foreign country: they do things differently there”. I certainly hope so as very cheap on so many many metrics; just look at their Stockopedia page - dark green everywhere & a StockRank of 98. - Forecast PE of 7.3 - Forecast EPS growth of 24% - Forecast Div Yield of 5% - EV to EBITDA of 5.72 - Price to Sales of 0.084 - Price to Free Cashflow of 4.70 ……to name but a few. Throw in strong revenue growth (albeit low margin), continued cost cutting & further earnings enhancing acquisitions, and you have the foundations for a significant re-rating imv. Macro-economic factors aside, I believe the next six months may prove to be far more significant than the last six years. DYOR etc……
xajorkith
02/10/2017
16:34
Concentrating on margins LOL - what have the mgmt been doing for last 6 years ?
yf23_1
02/10/2017
15:17
I think and I hope that this situation will change soon...
sophia1982
29/9/2017
15:59
Ridiculous that these Directors are getting so many shares. The share price has done nothing for years yet they get paid a fortune - CEO and Ops Director need to be moved. Ben there too long!
deeppockets
28/9/2017
08:28
Although almost nothing is impossible, this move by Dbay removes (or reduces) one scenario which was detrimental to most imvestors: a low ball offer for HVN (what DBAY did with Creston). This is very positive.
sophia1982
28/9/2017
08:13
Results are OK and catalysts are starting to materialize. The best news is the appointment of Adrian Gunn on behalf of Dbay. I think this event shows clear commitment from Dbay. Looking at the CV of Gunn, I think one possible scenario is that he will become the next CEO. I see this as a positive. Adrian has extensive recruitment industry experience, joining Matchtech Group PLC ("Matchtech") in 1988 as a consultant. Adrian was appointed to Matchtech's board of directors in 2004 as Business Development Director, playing an integral role in the company's flotation on AIM in 2006 and becoming chief executive officer in 2007. Adrian held this role until January 2015 when he stepped down from Matchtech's board on announcement of the company's acquisition of Networkers International plc. Adrian is currently a non-executive director of Reach South Academy Trust and acts as a consultant to two privately owned recruitment businesses.
sophia1982
28/9/2017
07:12
Crimson acquisition also reported a profit before tax of £1.7m in 2017. That will add EPS beyond the improvements in efficiencies. HVN looks set to go now...
edmundshaw
28/9/2017
07:08
Good at first glance.Revenue up 12.6%,PBT +16.8% EPS +25% divi +5%.Confident outlook. Interesting Non Exec appointment from major holder DBAY.Has a wealth of experience in the sector.
shauney2
28/9/2017
07:02
Excellent report. I am particularly struck by the "transformation program" which seems to be quite extensive and productive. Removing accrued liabilities, reducing tax rate, closing operations that were not profitable, and reducing central costs. And then improving margins overseas. By the end of 2018 this is potentially yielding over 40% in EPS improvement! DBAY influence? We can only wonder.
edmundshaw
27/9/2017
12:41
Interims tomorrow - should confirm progress being made and stimulus to share price upside
touche
12/9/2017
20:38
Sophia I think that sums up the investment case pretty well. I have held this for 9 years now without a break, and what with dividends and slicing when the price went up and adding more when it went down, I have ended up being paid to hold the shares! However, I have no particular attachment to them, I continue to hold only as the value continues to be not fully realised (in my view), as it has for most of those 9 years. One of my most comfortable investments. I think consistency of business returns is often under-rated.
edmundshaw
12/9/2017
19:25
HVN is more boring but also more stable than other recruiters. Although they have increased the dividend every single year since 2007,I think that the management could do better in terms of creating shareholder value and I am happy to see DBAY involved. Their involvment sounds like a catalyst to me which could lead to the company being acquired by a bigger player. All in all, I do not see why HVN should not trade at at least 120p even with very moderate growth and before the positive impact of Crimson.
sophia1982
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