Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Impax Asset Management Group Plc LSE:IPX London Ordinary Share GB0004905260 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  6.00 2.2% 279.00 273.00 285.00 0.00 0.00 - 35,550 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 65.7 14.6 9.0 31.0 364

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27/11/2014
07:50
Another seemingly good set of results but if you look more closely the bulk of the benefits go to the people who run the company , not the shareholders This has long been the policy here , hence my exit some time ago. Still , now the employees have loaded up on free shares,they have started increasing the dividend which could help the share price , also fits in nicely with their plan.
robsy2
14/9/2012
18:16
So much for the new thread... I prefer this one. Like WJCCGHCC I have sold a lot of my holding but am still a holder and quite surprised by the weakness in the share price R2
robsy2
06/6/2012
07:58
Please click on the link below to access our initiation note on Impax Asset Management: http://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk Regards, Equity Development
hannahc
06/6/2012
07:58
Please click on the link below to access our initiation note on Impax Asset Management: http://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk Regards, Equity Development
hannahc
29/11/2011
18:43
Agreed. I sold out around 60-65p in disgust after they gave themselves 15% of the company as one year's performance awards. It doesn't matter if the business is doing well if shareholders are getting diluted by 15% per year. And to top it all, they strip out the share charge in their adjusted EPS figures as if it's an "exceptional" cost that happens every year!
wjccghcc
29/11/2011
17:43
As Mr Falconer rightly says "2011 has proven to be a challenging year for investors." and particularly for us. Having invested in the company it is galling to see how much of the profits are being paid to the staff who need extra incentivisation over and above their salaries. I fear we are being taken for a ride.Riduculous. I will be considering my next move carefully.
robsy2
08/6/2011
00:06
Interims were out last thurs. Still moving forward... http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=47914914
rambutan2
10/1/2011
10:28
Yup. Been adding to my holding over the last few weeks.
wjccghcc
10/1/2011
09:42
Good set of results - and still accelerating... http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=45940530
rambutan2
20/12/2010
15:22
More good news. Early final payment from loan note expected to boost FY2010 pre-tax profits. Sounds good to me. S
smarm
03/12/2010
18:46
Blood Are you around for Xmas? We will be down on the 27th and we are looking forwatrd to seeing you! IPX goes on and on.Strong hold. R2
robsy2
25/10/2010
08:10
Up 7% to all time high (58-60p) marks a good start to the week... London, 25 October 2010 - Impax Asset Management Group plc, ("Impax" or the "Company"), the AIM listed investment manager focused on the environmental sector, today announces a pre-close trading statement ahead of the publication of its preliminary results for the year ending 30 September 2010 ("FY2010"), expected on 10 January 2011. Overall trading continues to be strong. The Board expects revenues for FY2010 to be comfortably ahead of 2009 and in line with market expectations, and profitability for FY2010 to be ahead of market expectations. During FY2010, assets under management and advisory ("AUM") increased 45 per cent from GBP1,260 million to GBP1,823 million. To this the Company has added GBP131m following the successful raising of new capital by Impax Asian Environmental Markets plc ("IAEM"), an investment trust managed by the Company, as announced on Friday last week. Since the start of FY2010, Impax has made significant progress in developing its business... http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=44911733
rambutan2
23/10/2010
23:49
Not a bad result, and don't see why the extra (1% ie £1.3m to commence) management fee shouldn't drop straight through to IPX's bottom line... 22 October 2010 The Board of Directors of Impax Asian Environmental Markets plc (the "Company") is pleased to announce the results of its Placing, Open Offer and Offer for Subscription (together, the "Issue") of C shares (the "C Shares") at an issue price of 100p per C Share (the "Issue Price"). The Company has raised gross proceeds of £131 million pursuant to the Issue. A total of 131,000,000 C Shares will be issued at the Issue Price. Following Admission of the C Shares, the Company's share capital will consist of 114,949,000 Ordinary Shares with voting rights, 20,900,000 Subscription Shares with no voting rights and 131,000,000 C Shares with no voting rights. The Company holds no shares in treasury. The Subscription Shares and the C Shares are considered to be qualifying financial instruments under the FSA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules, and accordingly, the total number of voting rights is 266,849,000. http://investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201010221449338853U
rambutan2
03/10/2010
18:43
Great news.Business as usual. This is a smooth operation. HOLD!
robsy2
03/10/2010
12:30
Bit more in the pot... Impax Asian Environmental Markets plc (IAEM) is pleased to announce its proposals for a Placing, Open Offer and Offer for Subscription of C Shares (the "Issue") to raise up to £200 million before expenses. The C Shares will convert into Ordinary Shares and, immediately following such Conversion, will be subject to a Bonus Issue of Subscription Shares. The Issue is not being underwritten and will not proceed unless subscriptions are received in aggregate for at least £40 million (or such lesser amount as the Company and Collins Stewart may agree).
rambutan2
19/5/2010
08:30
good stuff... Interim results for the six month period ended 31 March 2010 Highlights · Assets under management and advisory ("AUM") increased 40 per cent from GBP1,263 million on 30 September 2009 to GBP1,767 million on 31 March 2010 and rose further to GBP1,909 million by 30 April 2010. · Revenue in the first half of the year, which does not yet include the full effect of significant AUM inflows occurring towards the end of the period, increased to GBP6.31 million. This compares favourably to revenue for the same period last year of GBP4.50 million (plus GBP0.95 million of exceptional, non-recurring fees). · Unaudited profit before tax in the first half was GBP1.67 million, compared to profit for the same period last year of GBP1.02 million (plus GBP0.52 million from exceptional, non-recurring fees). · Impax-managed quoted equity funds continued to outperform global equity markets. · Fundraising for Impax's second private equity fund was successful, attracting EUR141 million of capital on 23 March 2010. Commenting on the results, Ian Simm, Chief Executive of Impax, said: "I am pleased to report significant progress during the first half of Impax's financial year. Our proven business model of investing in high growth, inefficiently priced environmental markets has gained further traction. In addition, the legislative backdrop has continued to advance, benefiting many of the companies in which we invest. "With an experienced, committed management team, a broad network of clients and partners and a business model that is already generating rapidly rising earnings, I am confident that Impax is well positioned to take advantage of the significant opportunities in environmental markets." http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=42880941
rambutan2
27/4/2010
22:18
Breaching the £50m mkt cap level means that a company now becomes investable for many small cap managers. From the march monthly update for Blackrock Smaller Cos Trust... We also took slightly smaller holdings in Yule Catto and Impax Asset Management. Yule Catto, the polymers company, derives 44% of its revenues from the Asia Pacific region and other high growth developing markets, has a relatively new and impressive CEO, and is lowly valued. Impax Asset Management manages equities invested in environmental funds. Its fund performance has been good and funds under management continue to grow.
rambutan2
27/4/2010
16:59
I've creamed a bit off the top leaving me with a substantial "free " investment. This is my first "10 bagger" so I'm feeling a bit chuffed. I am keeping quite alot of shares here because it could become a 20 bagger over the next 3 years, in fact my only real fear is that it may be taken out by a large predator. I think it was Henry Ford who said something about it being difficult to make a million from scratch but easy to make a million if you already have 10. In the same way getting funds under manageemnt from 50m to 1 billion + is an amazing achievment.Going from 1 to 2 billion could be a lot easier and quicker to do.................. R2
robsy2
08/4/2010
16:28
Well gentlemen. We've got the all time high, sooner than I thought. Not sure what the next move is here, so I'll hold for the time being.Run your winners I suppose! R2
robsy2
29/1/2010
12:46
Decided to sell at these levels as don't see much more upside in the near term. Reasons: - very disappointed with the dividend - I'd have expected much more cash out by now, and the yield is very poor. - there has always been a very generous policy with employee rewards, and a lot of profit goes out this way, thereby having a significant dilutive effect. - funds under management may rise steadily, but their staff needs rise accordingly, and profit margin not great. Conversely, they are in the right sector, have a growing name, useful contacts etc, and I'd like to be in, but is all about risk and reward at the end of the day.
russianlinesman
05/1/2010
17:48
In recent days some large purchases have gone through 500K plus, price continues to climb. Strong hold.
dustjackets
09/12/2009
09:05
Morning all Just had a quick look and the results look good. With another 20% of new funds to be added in the next 6 month period, most of it already in the bag then the next year has already got off to a great start. True the generous employee share scheme is diluting the earnings, but the divi is up and the cash position is good. The business is expanding rapidly so costs have increased. What I like is that they don't move far from their area of expertise and are becoming the name in this area. The distribution partners they have make expanding the business pretty straightforward. The equity markets need to perform of course but operationally I can't see any obvious danger signs other than the fact that the business is expanding rapidly, getting more weighty and complex and is based around a small group of fund managers. At least they are tied in to the company. As they say the powerful drivers for the business are really front of mind at the moment . I think the share price has possibilities to go above the all time high over the next 12 - 18 months.Strong hold.
robsy2
09/11/2009
13:46
What difference does the 'new company' Impax asian enviromental markets make to impax and its profits? Thanks for the good posting.
bloodsports
22/10/2009
08:54
not a bad result for starters... Impax Asian Environmental Markets plc (the 'Company') is pleased to announce that it has raised gross proceeds of £104.5m pursuant to the Placing and Offer for Subscription (the 'Issue') described in the Company's prospectus dated 8th October 2009. The Company has issued 104,500,000 million Ordinary Shares at a price of 100 pence per Share, together with 20,900,000 Subscription Shares by way of bonus issue on the basis of one Subscription Share for every five Ordinary Shares held. Application has been made for both the Ordinary Shares and the Subscription Shares to be admitted to the Official List of the UK Listing Authority and to trading on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange with effect from 23rd October 2009. Following the Issue, the initial net assets of the Company are £102,410,000 representing an opening net asset value of 98.0 pence per Ordinary Share. The ISIN number of the Ordinary Shares is GB00B4M5KX38 and that of the Subscription Shares is GB00B4M82P85. The TIDM of the Ordinary Shares is IAEM, and that of the Subscription Shares is IAES.
rambutan2
21/10/2009
15:00
hi, def selling at this level .. have you seen how much the team give themselves in pay ??????
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