Nexus Infrastructure Dividends - NEXS

Nexus Infrastructure Dividends - NEXS

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Nexus Infrastructure Plc NEXS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
5.00 3.33% 155.00 11:03:53
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Nexus Infrastructure NEXS Dividends History

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jonwig: H1 results: Looks fine, though a small glitch with eSmart Networks held back total profits. Not a bother as far as I'm concerned. But it looks like we can forget an IPO there: In December 2021, we announced that we would explore strategic options to crystalise shareholder value in eSmart Networks. This process continues, with the focus on a minority investment in eSmart Networks by a third party. We will update the market as to the outcome of this review when finalised but are delighted that, in the meantime, eSmart Networks continues to play a leading part in the ongoing electrification of the UK.
jonwig: Sale and leaseback of Nexus Park, &13.5m to pay off debt and use for general purposes. But also, no doubt, to contribute in some way to the spin off of eSmart Networks. The recent excellent presentation pointed clearly to an IPO, I think, rather than a partnership deal. I'd want existing NEXS shareholders to get shares (obviously) and have the option to apply for more at the IPO price. Here's Nexus Park, but there's nobody there, except for a couple of dinner ladies:
jonwig: Thanks for that - he doesn't mention the upcoming M&A with e-Smart networks, which could be spin-off IPO. I contacted them saying it would be a good idea in that case to give existing NEXS holders shares in eSmart as consideration. It's also likely that there will be consolidation into just a few large charging installers. There are other options for eSmart of course.
jonwig: FY results quite impressive: Interesting that they're looking at "strategic options" for esmart networks. Personally I'd like to see it floated off on AIM with existing NEXS investors getting esmart shares shares as consideration.
goodgrief: Might this generate a bit of interest in NEXS?New homes in England to have electric car chargers by law hTTps://
jonwig: Trading statement: Two divisions performing very well. Will the market make allowance for Tamdown's poor show? Profits will be "in line with expectations" which doesn't really help, as we aren't told what these are. FY results to 30/09 on 10/12.
jonwig: Pod Point, the largest UK installer of electric charging points, expected to float (from EDF ownership) next month. Valuation will be a guide to valuing that segment of NEXS business.
jonwig: "Nexus (AIM:NEXS), a leading provider of essential infrastructure services, utilities connections and smart energy infrastructure, is today holding a virtual Capital Markets Event for sell-side analysts and investors." There follows a long puff on the prospects for the EV charging division, which reads very much as a profits upgrade. Are they just wanting to increase the business's profile or is something else in the wind? They could have encouraged wider participation via InvestorMeet or something like that.
the deacon: A few institutions have either added or initiated positions recently. I think NEXS offers a very interesting way to play the EV/energy transition thematic. Clearly the eSmart business arm is in the midst of a rapid growth period
the deacon: Good post on LSE this morningBase case planning Today 08:23They referred to the business performing in-line with their base case expectations in the most recent update. Well, looking at the various scenarios laid out at the time of the placing last year, the base case recovery scenario sees the dividend reinstated in next week's results. Here's the text:1. Base case: (i) Group activity gradually improves from current depressed levels to c.80% of pre COVID-19 level from September 2020 onwards; (ii) Job Retention Scheme utilised until end of June; iii) Group loss making in H2 2020 (driven by Tamdown and eSmart Networks) but return to profitability in FY21 as the first year of recovery; iv) Head office completed in Q1 2021; and v) dividends to resume with the FY21 interim payment in July 2021 (the "Base Case").
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