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HEIQ Heiq Plc

9.375
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 08:00:21
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Heiq Plc LSE:HEIQ London Ordinary Share GB00BN2CJ299 ORD GBP0.30
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 9.375 9.00 9.65 - 0.00 08:00:21
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Finance Services 48.1M -29.25M -0.2081 -0.45 13.17M
Heiq Plc is listed in the Finance Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HEIQ. The last closing price for Heiq was 9.38p. Over the last year, Heiq shares have traded in a share price range of 8.00p to 32.50p.

Heiq currently has 140,537,900 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Heiq is £13.17 million. Heiq has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.45.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/1/2021
07:49
1 billion facemasks.
Mrk cap £298m

Portfolio of 200 novel textile technologies.

COATs market cap is: £865m

So by comparison (if that is fair) we are pretty cheap.

Do we also get the Swiss currency thrown in for free or are
the accounts in pounds?

netcurtains
26/1/2021
07:31
So "revenue for FY 2020 exceeded market expectations" and "Operating profit for FY 2020 is anticipated to be in line with market expectations".

That sounds fairly promising but not overly helpful as the level of revenue isn't disclosed and I'm not sure what market expectations were for either revenue or operating profit.

I will shortly find out if buying in yesterday was good timing or not!

impvesta
26/1/2021
07:17
Here is the link to the trading update.
masurenguy
26/1/2021
07:11
Looking good under the radar
nw99
26/1/2021
07:11
HeiQ Plc (LSE:HEIQ), an established global brand in materials and textile innovation which operates in high-growth markets, is pleased to provide a trading update for the financial year ended 31 December 2020 ("FY 2020" or "the Period").



The Company expects to report that revenue for FY 2020 exceeded market expectations. This was due to a robust performance delivered by HeiQ's core portfolio of products, including a particularly strong sales performance from its antimicrobial technology, HeiQ Viroblock, which was launched during the Period. Since then, it has been applied to over 1 billion facemasks and won the Swiss Technology Award in Q4 2020.



Operating profit for FY 2020 is anticipated to be in line with market expectations, even after the record levels of investment made by the Company in H2 2020 which will provide a strong platform from which it can achieve its long-term goals.



HeiQ's trading for the full year to 31 December 2021 has commenced in line with market expectations and management is confident about the Company's prospects for the year ahead.



HeiQ co-founder and CEO Carlo Centonze said:



"2020 was a milestone year for HeiQ, characterised by rapid growth and innovation. Not only did we respond quickly to the COVID-19 outbreak by bringing HeiQ Viroblock to market early, we did so while also delivering robust sales growth for many existing products within our 200-strong portfolio of novel textile technologies. These achievements solidified our position as a profitable and fast-growing pioneer in the $24 billion textile chemicals market.



"Managing to deliver such a strong performance, whilst also executing on our ambition to list in London through an oversubscribed £60 million fundraise, is testament to the hard work and dedication of our global team. Liquidity in the group remains strong and I am confident that continuing investments will allow us to continue to bring new technologies to market at high pace, whilst also building on the strong sales momentum delivered last year. We will monitor the global markets which continue to be affected by the pandemic but are pleased to have started trading in line with market expectations for the current financial year."



This announcement contains inside information.

jammytass
26/1/2021
07:07
Can anyone share what market expectations are? Thanks.
bazzer1000
25/1/2021
22:11
Not sure if anyone else saw it but was a good presentation albeit nothing new if you have seen them present before. Key comment for me was that a 2020 FY trading update was imminent which should be positive
otemple3
25/1/2021
10:32
Yep, am looking forward to tonight's session which although I am sure won't contain anything new will be a great opportunity to bring on board some new investors. Was expecting (purely guesswork) there to be a trading update in Jan as company alluded to being ahead of forecasts in their last presentation. May not be this month now but suspect it isn't far away.
otemple3
25/1/2021
08:28
THeir investor presentations are of an unusually high standard for a company which has just IPO'd IMO
adamb1978
24/1/2021
23:55
Chateaumuser filtered. Thanks DaveMac. HEIQ seems like a promising company so lets hope this thread stays with the long term investment case and does not attract short term punters.
melody9999
24/1/2021
20:50
I have been doing a bit of research and tried to find the report that Viroblock is effective against SARS-Cov-2. Has anybody seen this report from the Doherty Institute in Melbourne? It is referred to in all the literature on Viroblock as M.J. (2020) Report on “Viral Stability and Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 on Treated Material”. Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity, Australia. I can't find it, I asked Heiq to send it to me but got no reply. A search of the Doherty Institute website (which seems like a prestigious Institute) gave nothing. I searched all the M.J's that work there and came up with nothing. The closest thing I can find was from a J.M rather than MJ - see 2nd paragraph of Q3 in The bigger question is why hasn't this report been published? It is being used to sell Covid protection to worried consumers.
I did in my research find the presentation below which has lots of background on Heiq

davemac3
24/1/2021
19:57
SuperG, Heiq technology is in all types of mask
davemac3
24/1/2021
16:41
Don’t listen to anything CM says.
stevestacey
23/1/2021
23:01
Thanks Dibbs.....yes I suspect CM is just here to wind folk up. He clearly does plenty of research of his own. This was posted by them today on the Argo Blockchain BB

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davidosh
23/1/2021
22:25
superg1, Not quite sure I'm understanding you motives here. You start by apologising, yet the use of the word ramping seems you are digging at HEIQ and or it's shareholders.
I doubt they give out these Swiss Technology Awards without a bit of research.

dibbs
23/1/2021
22:14
ChateauMuser, most who've been investing for any length of time view Leon Boros as a serious investor who's thought of as a straight guy.

Sorry to say but I can't give your gripes any credibility when I see you've only registered on ADVFN today.

dibbs
23/1/2021
21:09
You going to give HEIQ a tarnishing name with spivvy pumps. How did Boro get his share in the placing - was he given them to pump them? a quid pro quo? Suspect when it reverses in a shell.
chateaumusar
23/1/2021
21:06
If someone provides detailed research and outlines the pros and cons of a particular investment that is not pumping anything!

If any poster were to shout from the rooftops that a company is going to double its share price by Wednesday and not offering any analysis then that is pumping.

I think investors know the difference.

davidosh
23/1/2021
20:59
@Davidosh

Before presenting he should indicate his trades in HEIQ since IPO and list all of them imho. He pumped it at the last mello.

chateaumusar
23/1/2021
20:22
CM....Leon cannot be accused of ramping. He did a lot of research before he mentioned them at our Christmas Mello and they have nearly doubled since then. I think we know who the rampers are around BBs and Leon is not one of them. You can be sure Leon holds shares in the company as he already declared that over a month ago.

Mello is not a pumping station and you only have to watch the BASH session to know we are very critical or Skeptical of some companies. Anyway the MelloMonday evening shows are watched by thousands and so long as investors find them useful and enjoyable in these times of lockdown then the community will thrive.

davidosh
23/1/2021
19:16
EI yes, have you seen the presentation on Investor meet? There's also the prospectus and a broker note out or perhaps just tune into the Mello presentation on Monday.

Revenues were projected at $43m for 2020 and profits at $8m for the year but they did $30m in H1 with big growth in profits from their viroblock fabric.

Superg not sure what you're on about. You may have a point about virus protection but HEIQ produce viroblock fabric (amongst other fabrics) which can be found in products made by others (and themselves) eg

homebrewruss
23/1/2021
19:07
@Davidosh


All rather odd for a PI to be presenting the company. Has it not got advisors> LB has already pumped it precious
Has Leon Boro got 500,000 shares in the placing that he will dump? Will he declare his position to ensure that Mello is not a pumping station please

chateaumusar
23/1/2021
18:58
Is this company profitable?.
essentialinvestor
23/1/2021
18:44
Hi

Apologies I have just become aware of this but want to make a point as it's serious and a potential serious misread by some.

As I understand it the mask here being talk about is Type IIR.

DO NOT WEAR SUCH MASKS IF YOU WANT TO BE PROTECTED FROM COVID OR OTHER VIRUSES.

In Hospitals they are the blue/white type, they are splash type protectors and help protect others form the wearer.

THEY DO NOT PROTECT THE WEARER FRIOM VIRUSES.

SO please DO NOT buy such masks thinking they will protect you form breathing in the virus.

NHS guidance

Type I, I R, II and II R face masks are medical masks tested in the direction of exhalation (inside to outside)

Type II face masks (EN14683) are medical face masks

They are not effective at protecting the wearer from airbourne diseases such as coronavirus.



If you are pumping type II R as a mask that protects the wearer then you are putting lives at risk as some may think it will protect them.

superg1
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