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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mckay Securities Plc LSE:MCKS London Ordinary Share GB0005522007 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -1.54% 192.00 187.00 193.00 195.50 187.00 195.50 60,730 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 29.3 9.5 8.6 22.4 180

Mckay Securities Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/5/2012
14:53
Lord G: I wouldn't use that turn of phrase - the SLC will be constrained to save money and neither side will be keen to lose the other. I don't know how 'revitalised' Glasgow is, or whether it's still a byword for run-down dereliction. Putting arms of government in such places has long been policy, particularly New Labour's. In other words, if MCKS owns property in Glasgow it will be jolly glad of the result today. And it's worth reminding that MCKS and other second-line propcos tends to operate outside the prime spots, which is why we get the discount and yield when we buy the shares.
jonwig
25/5/2012
14:40
Yes - it's bad news dressed up as good. The tenant has taken them to the cleaners by the looks of things. Better than a void though.
lord gnome
25/5/2012
13:07
And with a 5 year break clause that 15 months is equivalent to a 25% reduction - probably still good news in today's market.
alanji
25/5/2012
13:03
In terms of the P&L the rent free period will be amortised over the new lease. They don't disclose what the existing rent will be (I'd be surprised if its less) but its a welcome securing of future income nonetheless.
stemis
25/5/2012
11:10
Technically "signed up", but more like a renewal - on a 15 month rent free sweetener.
grahamburn
25/5/2012
10:54
Another sound tenant signed up: Student Loans Company. With a rent sweetener, naturally! I have dealings with SLC - they have offices in Glasgow, Darlington and Northern Ireland. When our government actually does some cutting (rather than talking about it) maybe SLC could cut some slack, though Glasgow should survive.
jonwig
03/5/2012
15:42
All very interesting and positive? All coming from Perloff? ( I enjoyed reading his AGM report!)
fhmktg
02/5/2012
10:06
Perloff/Panther is now over 4% which may be the prompt for the rise at the same time as the RNS. A very shrewd operator, and his ramblings in the company's results are always worth reading, like last week: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201204250700109259B
jonwig
01/5/2012
12:18
The market does seem to have reacted positivley to the news. For the first time since I bought into MCKS I am now actually in the black (or the blue, depending upon your colour preference).
lord gnome
01/5/2012
08:40
Will MCKS amortise the rent free period over the life of the lease? It's a good tenant and clearly a positive move although there is no indication of yield and therefore its hard to judge if its that value enhancing. Only comparison I can make is that in July last year MCKS let the last remaining space in 1 Castle Lane, London for £35/sq ft. This is a longer lease and works out about £34/sq ft ish.
stemis
01/5/2012
08:40
At least its a sign of some life in the market!
fhmktg
01/5/2012
07:59
Lord G - as for the ODI, they had revenues of £17m in 2009-10 and paid rent of £0.345m with about 130 staff. (Latest accounts on website.) Three years on, it would be interesting to see how far their revenues have expanded: probably a lot, though not doubled? Staff haven't increased by that factor anyway. My first thought was that we'd be getting cast-iron security of income!
jonwig
19/4/2012
08:20
Telegraph reports that Grosvenor Estates are moving into 'Industrial Property' - could indicate the sector is waking up....or even the sniff of a bid for MCKS?
fhmktg
15/3/2012
12:57
Always good to see the senior team buying shares outside their incentive schemes. Good indicator of support for propsects - analysts please take note!
fhmktg
09/3/2012
18:28
Follow their complaints procedure as per their T&Cs, to the letter. Ultimately you may need to go to the financial ombudsman, but you need to go through the Selftrade hoops first.
jonwig
09/3/2012
17:28
Confused! I wrote to SelfTrade re tax credit. They said: "Please supply the documentation that shows that it is due so that we are able to cross reference. As this was not paid previously we wold not expect to see this paid this time. " Any ideas???
gingerplant
05/3/2012
12:31
An RNS back in Jul'11 informed us that Mr Giles Salmon would be appointed Finance Director with effect from 1st August 2011, succeeding Mr Alan Childs who would retire from the Board on the same date. RNS today (see Header) says that Salmon has now bought 15,000 shares @ 131p.
skyship
03/3/2012
09:53
Very good share price appreciation here recently.
crawford
02/3/2012
08:23
Don't forget that different nominees action this procedure on (wildly?) different timescales ranging from a couple of weeks to eight weeks.
grahamburn
02/3/2012
08:00
The SIPP trustee should do this for you automatically, ask them to confirm that they are doing so as it can take a few weeks to receive the refund.
kenny
02/3/2012
05:38
Thanks Kenny - any idea how I go about this?
gingerplant
01/3/2012
20:50
Yes, you are entitled to a tax refund in your SIPP.
kenny
01/3/2012
20:25
Quick question - in an ISA, I reeived a "TAX RECLAIM ISA Dividend credit" but not in my SIPP (by far the larger holding). DAK - am I entitled to this in my SIPP and if so - what do I need to do? TIA
gingerplant
28/2/2012
19:29
jonwig - oh yes, interesting!
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