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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pcf Group Plc LSE:PCF London Ordinary Share GB0004189378 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 26.50 26.00 27.00 27.50 26.50 27.50 17,954 08:00:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 34.5 8.0 2.7 9.8 66

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14/3/2019
16:39
Just received this info from HL "All basic elections have been satisfied in full and excess elections have been scaled back and approximately 31%. We will be releasing the Shares and the returned Cash by COB tomorrow"
glaws2
14/3/2019
14:50
I too was scaled back on a modest excess application of 2000
solarno lopez
14/3/2019
14:45
Well, I don't understand how you have got your allocation in full as there was a scale back but well done. I've had mine through from AJ Bell now but not HL. Not sure how I feel. I've been given a decent amount of excess shares if I compare with my 1 for 37 entitlement. Alot better than I expected (but I've still been diluted, only nowhere near as diluted as I expected)
cc2014
13/3/2019
09:51
Good write up: Https://cube.investments/pcf-pcf-qa-report-from-agm-8-march-2019/ - Q&A report from AGM by Paul Hawkins "It’s now clear that once £100m market cap is reached, that will be a very positive development and could be the catalyst for a further re-rating or a signal that a fundraise will become imminent. "
carcosa
12/3/2019
19:08
Update to earlier post 2543 ,I asked Selftrade - Who were awarded the excess open offer shares, as I duly believed that not all P.I would have taken up there full entitlement. Selftrade have now telephoned me, & message left in inbox that my application will now be meet in full ie 20k. New shares have been credited to my account.
yupawiese2010
12/3/2019
18:49
In respect of the open offer excess entitlement, I applied for 20k & have just been informed by brokers Selftrade that I was awarded 0.!!
yupawiese2010
12/3/2019
09:56
Not yet processed at IWeb either.
dendria
12/3/2019
09:54
Still no notification of how many shares I've got either from HL or AJ Bell. All a bit frustrating. Not that I'm going to sell any. Well not at 32p anyway. 40p and I'd probably be persuaded to let the OO ones go and keep my core holding. I sense anyone taking up the placing shares has had plenty of time to sell them now and the price is holding up around 32.5p. Based on the trade flow there do seem to be few sellers but I expect those who bought in the placing and are happy to sell for a quick 10% will run out soon (especially looking at the way the banks are heading up today). I'm not expecting many to sell from the OO as at 1 for 37 or whatever it doesn't make much difference to someone's total holding. With a bit of luck I can see this pushing back to 35p within a week or so. Which would be nice.
cc2014
11/3/2019
10:10
Anyone know what the ration of scale back was on the excess application. My broker is completely inept in this respect (well the online broker I have this position with is anyway).
the big fella
10/3/2019
09:19
Challenger banks in the news again.This time One Savings and Charter Court in merger talks.
geraldus
08/3/2019
13:15
Anyone at the AGM?
graham1ty
08/3/2019
08:51
New Stockdale note today with target price of 60p....... So why did they not get a better price for PCF ?
graham1ty
08/3/2019
08:38
Was it that good ? At the of Dec the portfolio was £250m and so has only increased by £5m in two months - at that run rate they are going to fall short of the £350m target by the Sep 2020. However, they do say that the target will be achieved ahead of schedule so I am having difficulty reconciling this.
glaws2
08/3/2019
08:35
Agreed. Brainless is the word that springs to mind. With a statement like that i would have thought they could have raised required monies from current investors at prevailing price on the day of the announcement. Just plain daft and that's worrying.
fozzie
08/3/2019
08:31
Cracking trading statement, which makes the discount on the placing even more frustrating.
the big fella
08/3/2019
08:26
Scott talking to Proactive hTTps://tinyurl.com/yyaphgft
yupawiese2010
06/3/2019
12:00
CC I would love to be going but have another meeting that I just cannot get out of. Give them a hard time on the pricing of the issue. I absolutely get that the Placing was needed.....just not at that price !! It will be interesting what the AGM statement ( if any) says. If it is bullish, the shares will run up on the very day of the votes. If it is bearish, then there will be lots of questions. It is most likely to be very similar ( if not a repeat) of the Placing statement. Reasonably positive. In which case, surely 30p was not the right price
graham1ty
06/3/2019
09:34
I too applied for excess shares. It's my view that there will be a large number of PI's who will not taken up the offer as at 1 for 37, if you really didn't want them, the size is too small for many to make a decent profit after trading costs. I am hopeful I will get an extra 10% but I'd be surprised if it's more than 20%. I suppose it depends how they allocate them. I'm attending the AGM on Friday. I think you usually go Graham? It would be good to have a chat.
cc2014
05/3/2019
09:34
I applied for 50000 excess shares I reckon I will be lucky to get a tenth of them. I did try and see if my broker could get me involved in the bookbuild but it was a closed shop. All a bit frustrating. I was hoping for 50p share price this year but I think we will be lucky to see 40p this year now
the big fella
04/3/2019
22:22
Just reflecting on the Board not taking up their Open offer entitlement to make sure there was more to go around. Take the FD, who owns 230,000 shares. His entitlement would be ( at 1:37) 6231 new shares, or £1869. Even Scott, with 1,717,653 shares would be entitled to 46,423 shares, or £13,926. If you take the current bid at 32p, those shares to Scott, if he took them up, would give an instant profit of.......£928. For the FD.....£124. Just shows how derisory the 1:37 Offer is to existing shareholders, notwithstanding the Board forgoing their entitlement, and Somers not taking all of theirs. In fact, with a 2p profit, the entire 2.5m shares under the Open Offer would currently give a profit of £50,000. Not much among all the loyal private shareholders !!
graham1ty
25/2/2019
15:12
Thanks Carcosa, good spot. Sentiment remains positive towards PCF and everyone respects the Board. That makes it all the more surprising that the Placing was at such a horrid discount
graham1ty
25/2/2019
14:37
Https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/pcf-group-rapid-growth-in-sight/ May be of interest to some...
carcosa
25/2/2019
09:27
I am a bit frustrated with the situation here with the commercial terms of this deal. It seems the placing has raised £10m with £0.5m of costs. Given Somers took £5.25m of the £10m and I'm sure that was sorted beforehand, it appears the bookrunners have really been paid £500k to raise £4.75m. It seems excessive to me. I find these OO very frustrating in that time and time again they shaft existing shareholders in favour of new shareholders. I understand the company requires capital in order to expand and that some form of cash raise was always going to happen (and will probably happen again) but I see time and time again that the new shareholders who get in at a great price of 30p have no long term commitment and just flip for a couple of pence. I had already booked my train to go to the AGM so I guess I have a chance to ask the directors to explain the detail of all this. Sometimes with one large shareholder it's more likely this sort of thing happens.
cc2014
22/2/2019
19:41
I think I will give the open offer a miss. Happy to hold.
topvest
22/2/2019
13:33
I was looking at the forecasts on webfg. 2019-09-30 Rev 21.37 Pretax 8.17 EPS 3.10p 2020-09-30 Rev 27.76 Pretax 11.22 EPS 3.85p They are looking as though they may be ahead of the target for 2019. Has anyone tried to forecast the 2022 numbers if they reach their lending and margin targets for that year ?
jpsmithson
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