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PCF Pcf Group Plc

0.95
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17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 0.00% 0.95 0.60 1.30 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/2/2022
07:34
You could not make this up……just staggering
graham1ty
14/2/2022
22:34
Geraldus: please remind the reverend of the old Latin motto semper ubi sub ubi
hopespr1ngseternal
14/2/2022
16:01
Agree totally.Strange that you end with some latin.My friend the reverend continually mutters 'dimitte mihi,quia peccavi' which means as far as I can make out - forgive me for I have sinned.All very worrying.
geraldus
14/2/2022
15:03
Geraldus: predictable that the share price would weaken between the lifting of suspension and the publication of 2021 results as weak holders sell and buyers wait for the results before committing real money. Nil desperandum.
hopespr1ngseternal
14/2/2022
08:38
Oh did I?

Should have checked the names - read the accounts and thought it was the same guy!!!

Thanks for clarifying

joe say
14/2/2022
08:33
Joe: The old Chairman has gone. You saw his replacement!
dandigirl
13/2/2022
13:11
Read the annual and interim reports and watched the general meeting video

The new directors, notably the CFO I'm happy with - however the deadwood of the past, including the chairman must imo go

I'll be voting that way next time round (not that will swing the overall result much!)

joe say
12/2/2022
16:00
I see the price is weakening but I am keeping faith.
geraldus
11/2/2022
00:18
PCF have posted on Linked In that they have hired a new business development manager
hopespr1ngseternal
10/2/2022
07:32
This is the sort of news that PCF should be putting out.

SUS, a well run entity with the Coombs family significant shareholders, used to be about 3x the market cap for PCF is now more than 10x.

Interesting comment on the state of the market.

dandigirl
09/2/2022
17:06
I always thought a tie-up with SUS was worth considering. They flirted with the idea of becoming a bank a few years ago but called it off.

SUS would get the banking licence if they satisfy the regulators which I am sure they would.

SOMERS could take SUS shares and get rid of the now tainted PCF name.

Sticking point though is whether or not the COOMBS family would want to dilute their shareholding in SUS in what is a well run £330m company.

Trading statement from SUS tomorrow, I think.

dandigirl
09/2/2022
16:53
Super value but don't think SOMERS would sell at that price.
dandigirl
09/2/2022
10:19
A bank licence (and not a bad ancillary business) for £27million.

Rather good value?

hybrasil
06/2/2022
15:49
I have today had chance to view the AGM online. Again importantly I thought GS and CR came across very well. I do hope GS is offered the role of CEO on a permanent basis on the condition that he wears a bow tie for all future formal company meetings as clearly he does not like wearing an ordinary tie!!

I thought all the questions were answered as best they were able given the circumstances. Thankfully there was no crying over spilt milk and I gained a strong sense that they want to move onward and upward from here as soon as practicable.

In my opinion there may well be more enthusiasm for the Y/E Sept 21 meeting, which should be more meaningful and is probably what the market is really waiting for.

seasidehippo
05/2/2022
14:29
Graham: My tuppence worth...

When I invest in a company with a 60% plus shareholding, I accept that the big shareholder will be calling the shots.

Whether or not the 2020 accounts, etc., were going to be approved was down to SOMERS and it was clear they were going to support. No point in getting angry - besides those accounts are 16 months out of date and most on here, including me, have gone past the angry stage.

Further, we have new faces on the Board. Most are not responsible for the past and these are the people who we hope will take PCF forward.

For those who haven't seen the AGM, do take 10 minutes to listen from about 11 minutes on to the end.

I thought that in general the directors acquitted themselves well and gave me confidence for the future. Glad to see the back of Franklin who oversaw the disaster. New non-execs look the part. Am warming to Stran and Richardson. They appear to be safe pairs of hands. I will feel more comfortable, though, after Higgins is no longer Chair of the AC. Suspect she will be gone after the 2021 annual report is published. Also suspect their will be a change of IA.

If you asked the questions, well done, even though they were parried. Liked the question re: GT although the answer was only to be expected. That Higgins is still around suggests that GT is more to blame than the AC. Nevertheless...

The one answer I didn't like was Stran's to that about expanding the business - the growth agenda as he called it. My guess is that growth is dependent in part on fresh capital which Stran alludes to.

Based on what I have seen and heard in recent days, I will be supporting a RI. However, I need to see 2021 figures before deciding and, of course, the Board will have to make the case in a prospectus.

It will take time to re-build but am feeling better today.

dandigirl
04/2/2022
10:23
Shareholders have to take an interest in their company. I had a back operation last week and could not attend. There appeared to be very, very few ( if any) shareholders in the room, and not one single question from the floor.

I asked about ten questions online, all of which were addressed, reasonably honestly ( even if a bit evasively). Not one other question was asked by one other shareholder.

Where was the anger, the frustration, the reflection of how much shareholders have lost ? If shareholders, who own their chunk of the company, cannot even be bothered, the Board will continue to treat us with contempt. They will have left the meeting thinking that absolutely no one cares. They have “got away with it”

Really disappointing…

graham1ty
04/2/2022
10:10
Somers voting for all the resolutions anyway...
cc2014
04/2/2022
10:07
Looks as if virtually no one in the room…..no questions on the Report and Accounts…. 8562;😲ԅ43;😟
graham1ty
04/2/2022
10:05
If he talks slowly enough, should squeeze out any time for awkward questions…R30;

String out the formal business for ages….

graham1ty
02/2/2022
16:13
Are any of you attending the Agm on Friday?
davidosh
02/2/2022
14:24
"in due course". No commitment as to timing given the new auditor.

We may learn more later this week.

In past years accounts have been issued by end Feb.

However, PCF have until 30/06 to file at CH.

Guessing, accounts should be lodged with regulators by the end of this month but there may be some sort of dispensation in play.

In summary, depends upon the auditors.

dandigirl
01/2/2022
14:14
So when do we expect the next accounts? Was any clue given?
georgelees
01/2/2022
08:31
There is a Proactive video on the interims on Research Tree that I had not seen before. Does not add much, however reasonably reassuring
graham1ty
31/1/2022
15:33
Thankyou.The rev obviously blames himself for his poor investments unfortunately some with church funds.PCF looked very safe at the time.Years ago at the church fetes there was always a boxing booth with the rev taking on 'all comers'.He would give local hard men a leathering in the name of God.He has even talked of dusting the gloves off again,not a good idea at his age.I suggested if he wanted redemption with Easter coming up he would be better off doing a sponsored crucifixion.
geraldus
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