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NAH Nahl Group Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nahl Group Plc LSE:NAH London Ordinary Share GB00BM7S2W63 ORD GBP0.0025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 62.00 6,001 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
61.00 63.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Advertising Agencies 41.42M 385k 0.0082 75.61 29.07M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:13:08 O 1 62.7798 GBX

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Posted at 04/12/2023 08:20 by Nahl Daily Update
Nahl Group Plc is listed in the Advertising Agencies sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NAH. The last closing price for Nahl was 62p.
Nahl currently has 46,894,697 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Nahl is £29,074,712.
Nahl has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 75.61.
This morning NAH shares opened at -
Posted at 26/7/2023 09:50 by someuwin
Allenby note summary...

"Strategy on track. Full year results expected to be in line

In its first half trading update, NAHL continued to progress across all principal aspects of its strategic plan, with an encouraging 13% reduction in net debt. Although the personal injury (PI) market in the UK contracted by around 1%, NAHL’s enquiry levels were comparable with H1 22 suggesting a continuation of market share gains. Activity levels in Critical Care continued to grow with a 15% increase in expert witness reports issued and a 5% increase in initial needs assessments (INAs) completed in the six months. Despite the uncertain macroeconomic environment, full year results are expected to be in line with market expectations and we continue to believe the share price seriously undervalues the business. Fair value remains at 65p."
Posted at 26/7/2023 06:36 by grahamg8
Well I ripped into NAH on the presentation of the final results, my post 741 22/3/23. These are a joy to behold in comparison. I just hope that the full year figures can be presented in an equally clear manner.
Posted at 25/5/2023 06:23 by someuwin
25 May 2023


("NAHL" or the "Group")

AGM Statement

James Saralis, CEO of NAHL (AIM: NAH), a leading marketing and services business focused on the UK consumer legal market, will make the following statement at the Group's Annual General Meeting being held at 10 a.m. today:

"Since the publication of the 2022 Final Results on 22 March 2023, the Group has continued to make progress in scaling both of its divisions.

"In Consumer Legal Services, the number of personal injury enquiries generated in the first four months of the year (the "Period") was consistent with last year (excluding tariff-only road traffic accident ("RTA") claims, which we ceased processing in February 2022) and the Group's market-leading brand, National Accident Helpline, delivered a good performance in organic search. The business saw higher than expected supply of RTA enquiries in the Period, which may be due to recent consolidation in the industry, which has resulted in the division placing increased levels of RTA work into its wholly-owned law firm, National Accident Law ("NAL"). The Group will continue to utilise its agile placement model to manage volumes.

"The Group continues to make progress in scaling NAL and placed 8% more enquiries into NAL in the Period. Cash received from settled claims in NAL increased by 108%.

"In Critical Care, Bush & Co. has grown both Case Management and Expert Witness services, and

issued 25% more Expert Witness reports in the Period than the same period last year. As a result of its marketing and business development activities, the pipeline of work for Bush & Co. remains strong for the remainder of the year.

"Finally, in April and as previously announced, the Group completed the sale of its conveyancing business, Homeward Legal. The subsidiary was considered non-core to the Group's principal focus in Consumer Legal Services and Critical Care and its sale will allow us to further focus on delivering value in these key areas.

"The Board's expectations for the full year remain unchanged and we look forward to providing a trading update later in the year on the half year results."
Posted at 04/2/2022 08:27 by blackhorse23
Brokers price target 150
Posted at 23/12/2021 10:40 by loglorry1
Covid had an early affect and NAH did use it as an early excuse. Quite early on driving movility data showed driving was back to normal as ppl avoided public transportation.

Clearly during furlough less at work so less work accidents. Also probably slower to settle cases. Again if they published claims book size this would all be visible.
Posted at 22/12/2021 20:55 by loglorry1
Bully I've held quite a few NAH for many years (to my cost). The story is always that there is latent value in the claims book and that it takes 1-3 years to materialise. They are not starting from a standstill and they are still sending a lot of claims to panel law firms. So I fail to see why the claims book is not throwing off more cash as claims roll off the end and new ones are added? This is not a company going from an empty claims book building it up.

Further we were always told in the past that the debt was "covered" by the value of the claims book and if marketing spend was stopped and leads not generated (apart from organic) the claims book could be run down to pay off debt. Clearly with 17m of net debt that is begging to look less than truthful.

I really do hope you are right and the market cap is so low now I do still see value here but the message from directors is far from clear.

I wish the would just tell us the following :

* How many leads do they generate
* How much does on average does it cost to generate a lead.
* What split from that is RTA/Non RTA/Specialist
* From that split what is the value in each case and how long does that take to settle.
* Currently in the claims book what value (using the metrics above) exists if we were to just put it in run off.

Perhaps you know the answer to these basic questions but whenever I try to find out I just get obfuscated or partial answers.

Lastly, if the legal business was valuable then FEN would have taken NAH and flogged it off to a buyer and kept BUSH. That transaction failed. Wonder why?
Posted at 22/12/2021 15:27 by loglorry1
Clearly, mills wanted FEN to take Bush but the legal business is the sticking point. FEN can't own it and it can't be sold off intil it pays off debt.

I still don't get how NAH can make money and avoid low value whiplash. They basically have to sift out the whiplash and process them via the small claims supported channel. Is that profitable though? Are they not having to pay for leads many of which are v low or no margin.
Posted at 28/9/2021 16:32 by grahamg8
Downbeat results but did the share price deserve such a pasting? The message I saw was a slow recovery from low levels. Topped up.
Posted at 03/8/2021 15:25 by sphere25
Had a quick look into serial disappointer NAH and it has been unusually well bid.

Is something about to happen here?

Just a normal market move as per the chart or some form of corporate activity (FEN won't come back) on its way?

"Since the Group announced that it intended to investigate a possible sale of its Residential Property business in May 2021, the Board has been encouraged by the level of interest received. A further update will be made when appropriate."


- Highly illiquid share.

- Watch with popcorn from the sidelines.

All imo
Posted at 26/5/2021 07:16 by brileyloucan
Thanks for the response. I guess that's the hope - with my positive hat on I'd say exceptional items should be less than this as they are, well, exceptional; cost-savings may increase this slightly; and at least the share count hasn't been diluted.

To balance this the future business may not look very much like the past so not sure if makes sense to use that £12m starting point and residential (trying) to be sold.

I am happy to hold for a couple more years.
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