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MCKS Mckay Securities Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Mckay Securities Plc MCKS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 281.00 00:00:00
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Mckay Securities MCKS Dividends History

No dividends issued between 30 Nov 2013 and 30 Nov 2023

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Posted at 13/5/2022 04:02 by rookieswingtrader2020
Thanks. Very good. Apparently HL ISA account holders need to wait until Friday 20th May for the 209.00 GBX per MCKS share. I just found the following in an HL message received on 5th April:If approved, the offer will complete on 6 May 2022. The new shares will be credited on or around 9 May 2022 and cash will be paid on or around 20 May 2022. If you want to sell your shares before it completes, you'll need to do so before 4:30pm on Thursday 5 May 2022. If you'd like to sell your shares you can place a trade online.
Posted at 12/5/2022 11:57 by rookieswingtrader2020
Received my 0.115 WKP shares per MCKS share on Tuesday, but I still haven't received my £2.09 per MCKS share...
Posted at 02/3/2022 12:42 by topvest
Some good news amongst all the gloom. I have sold today at 289p for a good profit. Held for 20 years or so and its always been a solid dividend payer as well. I would normally have waited for the deal to finalise, but I don't necessarily want Workspace shares, and the share price has already gone down today.
I'm trying to refocus my property holdings towards simplification using TR Property Investment Trust, as far as is possible, and so will look to invest the proceeds there at some point.
Posted at 02/3/2022 09:17 by skyship
So, finally a bid for a high discount REIT - MCKS, the one with a 65% Office allocation!

I've been in and out of these quite a few times recently; but unfortunately not holding when the 30% rise arrived!
Posted at 10/2/2022 09:51 by strathroyal
I noticed that comment at the bottom of the notification but presumably they've still been buying as MCKS haven't announced changes to the existing large shareholders such as Bank of Montreal, or is that not how it works?
Posted at 02/2/2022 11:25 by nickrl
Always come back to this one every so often and never convinced partly because the divi is low and partly because the mgt get so much extra for not doing a lot. Anyhow this was on there disposal list and clearly a good sale price but 10% of current NRI forgone unless they've managed to fill voids. Do have c27% in industrials ought to give an offset to the office portfolio at next valuation.
Posted at 16/11/2021 10:17 by nickrl
HY results out NTA up 4.2% to 322p driven by the industrials holdings which were up 12.7% and are 30% of portfolio now. Offices down 1%. Rental collection remains good and interim divi up 3.6% but overall rental income down nearly 10% following the sale of Lombard St which was lost 1.35m in rent.

Share buyback continues to the 10m cap not that its helped the share price so far.

As usual with MCKS they talk up the reversionary potential of the portfolio if only they could fill the voids! Anyhow there tactic now is spend money doing refurbs and see if that entices tenants to take up space.

Divi is covered at operating cash level and is getting close to 4% on current SP

Always feel this one is ripe for a takeout and i need to put aside my reservations over the management incentive plan that continues to push up admin costs.
Posted at 08/11/2021 15:47 by cwa1
Bank of Montreal go from almost 10% to zero holding. Wonder where they went?
Posted at 18/8/2021 07:42 by cwa1
Cheers for the replies guys, much appreciated even if there isn't a lot of love in the room for MCKS!
Posted at 17/8/2021 17:59 by nickrl
Not worth holding for divi and can't see much scope for it to increase much from here. The balance sheet got a boost with the cash from Lombard Street finally on the books but the share buyback hasn't done much for share price unlike others. Are they worth holding for a potential buyout - maybe but with only 28% in industrials not sure what the attraction would be.

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