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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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 41.65 40.30 43.00 0.00 0.00 - 46,191 16:28:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 51.3 2.2 -6.4 - 19

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20/9/2017
08:30
Sorry - thanks Kinkell
fenners66
20/9/2017
08:29
So I have found this from FCS Commercial Finance Group - basically from an internet search for typical fees "A commitment fee provision is common in revolving lines of credit (drawdowns may be made on the line of credit and principal payments do not reduce the total facility; repaid principal is available to be drawn again). A typical commitment fee is between 10 basis points and 50 basis points, depending on the client’s credit risk profile" So perhaps the reason why I have never seen it - is because the size where applied to other companies is less material. A range of 10-50 points with the upper end depending on risk would put 66 points at the upper end of risk. Research is worth so much more than your childish ramblings. Having said that it was from the last set of Finals and the renegotiated facility announcement says hardly anything - has anyone any more info on the re-financing?
fenners66
20/9/2017
08:26
if you think 430p to 130p is not relevant, try asking all those investors who bought at 400p, 350p, 300p, 250p, 200p, 150p.
quepassa
20/9/2017
08:18
Unlike saying - plain unresearched ,garbage with no substance eh?
fenners66
20/9/2017
06:14
he does even not know/understand/grasp the standard practice of paying a commitment fee on a committed but undrawn banking facility. if he doesn't know that, you can be certain that everything he writes is absolute drivel and totally worthless.
quepassa
20/9/2017
00:03
You say that , can you quote me some other examples? cheers
fenners66
19/9/2017
23:04
Interest on an undrawn overdraft facility is standard practice. Banks do not provide commitments to make available overdrafts free of charge.
kinkell
19/9/2017
22:25
I have started looking at last Finals and noticed this "The current rate of interest payable on this undrawn facility is 0.66%" I have never seen that before. They were paying interest on money they had not borrowed? !
fenners66
19/9/2017
21:53
No point in suggesting this has significant downside prospects - if you have no idea what they are! Looking at a fall on the chart is the past not the future. I myself have been pointing out flaws with say CLLN - where the RNS's spell out likely write off and rights issues to come. So I have nothing against pointing out the negatives - but posting the rubbish above looks crass. Having had a look at the interims I have a couple of questions and points - I literally knew nothing about this company 2 hours ago! What is the interest rate on the re-financed revolving credit facility? What covenants are there over this facility? Why was there a small share sale during the year? I get the 1.5x EPS as dividends and I guess they can probably easily manage 12p + a share this year, however since they are borrowing cash to pay the dividend I have to ask - why? Has there been a change in the law to wreck their previous business model? So they now have to fund PI work - what does this earn, a share of damages or just commissions? I will continue to do some research - as it stands it looks like an ongoing profitable company with exceptionally high dividends - would like to see better cash though.
fenners66
19/9/2017
21:03
Aug 2015 430p Sep 2017 130p
quepassa
19/9/2017
19:56
That is why you should take no notice, simple
bc4
19/9/2017
18:57
Thanks for the context. Falling knife, properly funded, decent yield, good institutional shareholders, does not feel too sharp to me ;) Similar to IGG's December gift. I did not attempt to catch the PFG knife, however, based on a general fear of getting my fingers sliced off ... although as a trade, I did consider.
mnomis
19/9/2017
18:49
"To be honest does anyone take any notice of people like that I do not" It can sow a seed of doubt - which is not good, and one reason why blatant de-ramping is illegal.
keith95
19/9/2017
17:26
To be honest does anyone take any notice of people like that I do not
bc4
19/9/2017
17:12
mnomis: "Read comment about not catching a falling knife earlier" Generally true of course - but QP was trolling ... has no interest in this share, has also been trolling Cenkos for a while, so another poster decided to get his own back on QP by pointing out weaknesses in one of QP's little "longs" ... .... he clearly didn't like a taste of his own medicine as I (keith95) said already. QP might do well to join the Gym Club .. to let off some of that couch potato frustration .... ... then be prepared give NAH a call because I'm a member of one of these Gym Group venues and the quality of staff and equipment maintenance leaves much to be desired ..... ;) ALL IMO NO OFFENCE INTENDED ETC
troll_buster
19/9/2017
16:26
Redde 6% yield
bc4
19/9/2017
11:19
Pleased with results as expected and where else can you get such a yield on your investment:-)DYOR
cheshire man
19/9/2017
10:43
Results look fine to me (still to do detailed analysis when time permits). Re-financing together with these results suggests all ok. Read comment about not catching a falling knife earlier, but question - if nobody ever catches a falling knife, how do share prices ever move out of a bear market??
mnomis
19/9/2017
08:22
The way I understand is that the returns due to the ABSs will accrue in receivables as cases are admitted to court, with a time delay of 18m from the point of investment (through cost of sales). So I don't believe that once accrued in receivables there is an additional performance related element to it afterwards (maybe some slight discounting of say 10% to cover between case admitted to court and pay-out). But I am happy to be proven otherwise on this one!
actofwill
19/9/2017
07:55
The numbers look to be headed for a full year in line or marginally under forecasts. The market has behaved as if they would be nowhere near. The performances of the Fitzallan and Bush suggest a significant value, probably not fully reflected in the share price. The balance sheet seems to have behaved as expected. Cash has turned into receivables as profit is delayed - not foregone. Does anyone know if the fees due are all fixed or if there might be a performance-related element that will not show up on the balance sheet? Anyway, the numbers seem to be support the plan while the share price seems to have reflected excessive worry.
aleman
19/9/2017
07:39
These results look pretty good. There is no sign of a collapse in revenue or profits which the market seems to have priced in to some extent. The focus of the business is changing 40.6% of revenue and 52.8% PBT from Fitzalan and Bush. The ambulance chasing could fade away over time and there would still be a viable business.
grahamg8
19/9/2017
07:15
NAHL Group plc ("NAHL" or the "Group") Interim Results NAHL, the leading UK marketing and services business focused on the UK consumer legal market, announces its Interim Results for the six months ended 30 June 2017. Financial Highlights · Revenue of £24.9m (2016 H1: £25.8m) · Underlying operating profit of £7.3m (2016 H1: £8.8m) · Underlying operating profit margin of 29.5% (2016 H1: 34.0%) · Profit before tax of £5.3m after £1.0m brand repositioning charge in Personal Injury ("PI") business (2016 H1: £7.5m) · Basic earnings per share of 9.0p (2016 H1: 13.2p) · Interim dividend of 5.3p per share (2016 H1: 6.35p) Operational Highlights · PI division brand relaunch for NAH · Successful establishment of Alternative Business Structure ("ABS") venture with NewLaw · Strong margin performance from Residential Property division · Critical Care division continues to perform well with new strategic business opportunities being pursued Russell Atkinson, CEO of NAHL, commented: "The first half of 2017 has been a busy period for the Group across all of its divisions and performance is in line with our expectations. We have relaunched the National Accident Helpline in our PI division and have been working hard to deliver our first ABS structure, with NewLaw, which began shortly after the period end. Initial signs are encouraging and we are working to deliver the second ABS by the end of the year. "The Group's Residential Property and Critical Care divisions have made good progress year on year and we expect this to continue through the second half. "Second half trading has continued in line with our expectations. We will further develop our PI proposition and explore enhanced PLF arrangements, driving increased volumes with our refreshed marketing plans. As previously reported, we expect both 2017 and 2018 to be years of transition in PI however we expect this to be complemented by growth in both Residential Property and Critical Care."
someuwin
18/9/2017
15:04
Yes - holding a few IMG for the takeover but not expecting much unless several bidders appear. Seems unlikely.
someuwin
18/9/2017
14:49
I should post more often, now gone blue! You still in IMG someuwin? Good luck on the bid if you are.Cheers
touche
18/9/2017
14:42
...Difficult to know which way it will go.
someuwin
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