Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
IWG LSE:IWG London Ordinary Share JE00BYVQYS01 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30p -0.11% 265.70p 265.30p 265.60p 271.60p 265.00p 270.00p 5,565,068 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 2,233.4 173.7 14.9 17.8 2,453.36

IWG Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2018
11:13
The offer will be 300p or more by Friday
scoble2
29/12/2017
13:46
Good point.Unexpired leases could presumably be sold off but with a premium or discount to adjust for market values. But I would hope there would be expiring leases or break clauses that could be activated in order to bring their supply into line with demand.The UK is only one territory for IWG and most of their business is in other countries which should have good demand. And there should be no or reduced hurricane effects in Q4. Other companies quantify estimated hurricane effects to assist in evaluating the ongoing trends. It may be that the share price has been battered by these two effects in Q3 which then attracted the bid talks. This offer appears to be at a lower price than other(s) which were rejected. So it may well not be accepted.
richard xii
28/12/2017
19:43
"If unused London space is sold off...." How do you mean, "sold off"? What do they have to sell? It's a long time since I took an interest in the old Regus group but a glimpse at the last published accounts show that the vast majority of their buildings are still held on lease (i.e. liabilities, not assets) and the vast majority of their "assets" are simply office furniture, fixtures and fittings and equipment. The model works ok in an expanding market, but in a declining market any attempt to offload the leases is difficult or costly (although I understand that Regus have built in more lease breaks now) and the office fittings - the largest single element of the balance sheet - are a write-off.
jeffian
28/12/2017
15:00
Historic rumour http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-3229856/MARKET-REPORT-Office-rental-giant-Regus-ripe-4bn-takeover-bid-rumours-gather-pace.html
fred177
27/12/2017
11:46
Only had a very small position in IWG however decided to sell this morning. Reason being that I think the next 12-18 months will be harder to generate returns so will lock in gains quicker than before and focus more on preserving capital. In terms of IWG, I share the views about that an offer around the levels mooted in the press wouldnt be generous, and therefore I think there's an increased probability of this approach failing and the share price falling back to where it was. Hence taking the 25%-30% gain offered today and moving on.
adamb1978
27/12/2017
09:40
Someone is going to pick this company up cheaply
inki
24/12/2017
09:10
Could go higher than 270p if others become involved in a bidding war?.
frogy
24/12/2017
09:02
270p... bid fantastic news https://news.sky.com/story/mystery-bidder-circles-serviced-office-group-iwg-after-profit-alert-11182133
cascudi
24/12/2017
08:21
Handy! Presumably we'll see the share price jump to say 250p on Wednesday when the market re-opens...
adamb1978
24/12/2017
03:01
The Sunday Times reports: The landlord behind serviced office giant Regus has received a takeover approach from a pair of Canadian private equity firms, in a deal that could be a bumper payday for founder Mark Dixon.International Workplace Group (IWG) said last night Brookfield and Onex had approached the company about an all-cash offer.IWG, which operates from about 3,000 locations in more than 100 countries, has seen its shares tumble since a profit warning in October, giving it a market value of just over £1.8bn.Dixon, the chief executive, who owns 25% of the company, blamed the landlord's woes on Brexit, which he said was holding back its UK operations, particularly in London.Dixon, a former fast-food seller, is worth about £900m, according to The Sunday Times Rich List.
richard xii
20/10/2017
10:34
These would need to be about 190p for me to take a punt.
terminated
20/10/2017
01:29
Ahhh TDDirect reporting wrong information. Thx.
terminated
19/10/2017
23:18
mcap £1.97bn? 911.44m shares in issue? @ 15p eps (2016) its on P/E of just over 14.
citytrader66
19/10/2017
22:58
Market cap of 2.9b and anticipated profit of 170m max, there is not much to play for here except a full recovery.
terminated
19/10/2017
22:46
glenk, do you think a revisit to 210p or lower is on the cards here? or think we have seen the bottom today? if its gonna retrace i'll plan to sell half on next spike then wait for pull back. but how much of a bounce? hmmmmm and will the bounce start tomorrow? whats your view? be interesting to see what updated broker notes say too.
citytrader66
19/10/2017
17:24
Are you stalking me mr trader lol! Good finish 🤡✌A039;
glenkaz
19/10/2017
14:53
walbrock that's true about capex, but according to many analyst reports, the Workspace-as-a-Service market is growing (hxxp://www.marketsandmarkets.com/PressReleases/workspace-as-a-service.asp), so IWG is well positioned to leverage this growth.
healthtech
19/10/2017
14:41
Net worth matched by intangible. Where is the value in this company?
shawzie
19/10/2017
13:47
IWG didn’t collapse by 30% because of slightly lower market expectation on operating profits of £165m. It fell because despite lower overall sales demand, management decided to forge ahead with their big spending. This leads to higher operating expenses and fears of even lower operating profit. For more about IWG capital employed trends, valuation and comparison with homebuilders, click http://bit.ly/2yTDram
walbrock82
19/10/2017
11:27
glenkaz you are everywhere. i'm beginning to think you're stalking me 😁 bought in here today at c.210p
citytrader66
19/10/2017
11:19
It's been stuck for 2 hours nudge her up!! 🔥🚀
glenkaz
19/10/2017
10:51
Taken a punt at 211, risk of more downside on the back of market sentiment but upside on a bounce or short term looks likely... roll the dice
rathean
19/10/2017
10:34
Up it goes 🔥🚀
glenkaz
19/10/2017
09:10
Expecting around £160 nett so gross close to £200 m
fred177
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