Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nahl Group LSE:NAH London Ordinary Share GB00BM7S2W63 ORD GBP0.0025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.50p -4.66% 133.00p 22,675 09:58:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
138.00p 139.50p 139.00p 133.00p 139.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 51.9 12.4 21.7 6.1 61.33

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Nahl Group Daily Update: Nahl Group is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NAH. The last closing price for Nahl Group was 139.50p.
Nahl Group has a 4 week average price of 133p and a 12 week average price of 133p.
The 1 year high share price is 198p while the 1 year low share price is currently 122.75p.
There are currently 46,116,215 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 337,137 shares. The market capitalisation of Nahl Group is £61,334,565.95.
horndean eagle: Huge over reaction. NAH management are a little too open and honest. They could have just left the dividend as it was to avoid all this negativity. They could have left establishing the 3rd ABS until the financials started to normalise. Those would have been short term measures to appease the market. The decisions they have taken are the correct ones for the business going forward. Very short sightedness rules the day again on NAH. I imagine the shares will recover a fair chunk of losses once management go around meeting shareholders. At some point the market will start looking forward past regulatory changes. Had thought we had reached that point a few months ago but apparently not. Once we come through the other side the company should be back to generating close to 100% fcf conversion and earnings will be much higher. Share price likely to as well.
lazygun: Yep, one to watch over the next month. If the price keeps dropping, there could be potential for a bounce leading up to the 27th April divvy record date. Final 10p divvy would have a great yield vs current share price. The more it drops now, the greater the yield....short term trading opp perhaps? L.
mnomis: @ fenners - I also only have 1 filter on this site. Was guessing the continued positive share price performance might have reduced the noise, but was wrong ...
nervousnovice: Does anyone know what has caused the sudden rise in the share price
bc4: Well the only thing that interests me is has the share price risen in the last week. answers on a post card HA HA
mnomis: QuePassa - was yesterday's interim dividend A) a higher percentage of the share price aka dividend yield B) the same yield C) a lower percentage of the share price than the previous interim dividend? ... YAWN
aleman: 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.
simso: Weak share price performance today, which one presumes is related to the Queen's Speech. I had thought we already knew about the clampdown on minor whiplash injuries,anything below £5k going to small claims etc. Is this Queens Speech something new and additional in terms of clampdown?
hybrasil: I'm not gloating. It's a business I know very well. It's share price is vastly overrated at the current. £1.40. It has negative assets. It's a people business. It's barge pole status.
oniabsta: This fast-growing "underdog" still yields 6% By Harriet Mann | Fri, 29th May 2015 - 16:51 Share this This fast-growing "underdog" still yields 6% Personal injury marketing firm National Accident Helpline (NAH) has just celebrated its first year on AIM. And it's been quite a ride. The share price is up 50%, boosted by the acquisition of consumer legal marketing group Fitzalan, a cracking set of full-year results and expectations of sustainable double-digit profit growth. There's a knockout dividend yield, too. Acting as the middle-man between personal injury claimants and a panel of 50 lawyers, enquiries from members of the public are the backbone to NAHL's success. Staff at the firm's call centre in Kettering dealt with 248,000 consumer contacts in 2014. Those were then whittled down to 83,000 enquiries suitable to pass onto its lawyers, up 15%. Of these, the company dealt with about 48,000 running cases. And that stringent screening process is paying off, increasing the conversion rate of clean leads to enquiries to 75% last year, well above management's target of 70%. Of the 1 million personal injury claims made in the UK each year, road traffic accidents (RTA) make up the bulk. But expansion in the once quieter areas of non-RTA and medical negligence is gathering pace, with market growth between 2011 and 2014 of 7% and 12%, respectively. NAHL's business model puts more emphasis on these typically higher-value claims, accounting for around three-quarters of enquiries. But with only a 4% share of the £3 billion personal injury market, NAHL has plenty of room to grow. We expect the share price to settle nearer 350p over the course of 2015" Ben Thefaut, Arden Partners Changes to the law in 2013 prohibited marketing companies from being paid by law firms for referrals. This has wiped out some of the market and forced NAHL to adapt - the panel law firms (PLFs) now pays a chunk of NAHL's outgoings, as well as an additional margin cost, accounting for 88% of revenue. Each member pays the billed amount within the month, making the group incredibly cash generative. Over 97% of operating profit was converted into cash last year. This gives management the freedom to reward investors with generous dividends. Currently offering 6% dividend yield, management has promised to pay out two-thirds of retained earnings to shareholders. NAHL worked hard last year on new After the Event (ATE) insurance to fit in with new Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO) regulation. A medical negligence ATE was introduced in November and a new personal injury product will be launched next month. Along with new enhanced screening products and growth of rehab services, NAHL is focused on developing its product and brand. After denouncing cold calling, management rely heavily on NAHL's brand image - the increasingly familiar Underdog character, created in 2010 for television and online marketing. The group has spent £23 million on day-time adverts and internet advertising last year, with 86% of claimants going online. And investment is paying off with a strengthened internet presence and 20 years of experience, which puts it ahead of smaller, lesser-known firms like InjuryLawyers4U, solicitors Irwin Mitchell and First4lawyers. We believe the growth prospects remain very encouraging, both organically through increasing market share in the higher value areas of medical negligence and non-RTA and releasing the growth constraints of Fitzalan, as well as inorganically by acquiring in related areas" Investec Securities Crucially, NAHL's balance sheet is strong enough to bankroll further acquisitions, too, supported by forecast year-end net cash of £1.4 million. The purchase of Fitzalan Partners underpins the City’s double-digit earnings forecasts and broadens NAHL's exposure. This year has gone well, so far, and Arden Partners analyst Ben Thefaut has pencilled in sales growth of 12% to £49.2 million, driving adjusted pre-tax profit up by 14% to almost £13.9 million. Earnings growth of 29% last year is still a considerable 14.4% in 2015, according to Thefaut, then 10% in 2016. On these forecasts, NAHL trades on 11.2 times forward earnings, dropping to 10.1 times. That's undemanding, and there's a prospective yield of almost 6%
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