Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Randall&Quilter LSE:RQIH London Ordinary Share BMG7371X1065 ORD 2P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.36% 138.00p 136.00p 140.00p 138.50p 137.50p 137.50p 35,640 15:29:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 0.0 8.5 11.7 11.8 120.61

Randall & Quilter Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/6/2017
13:35
Around 5.7% of the company, and the share price hasn't missed a beat. Clearly they've been absorbed easily. EDIT: another large trade just gone through.
jonwig
29/6/2017
11:32
A couple of large sells by Mr Randall & Mr Quilter... PDMR Share Dealings - HTTP://www.investegate.co.uk/randall---quilter-ld/rns/pdmr-share-dealings/201706291121565842J/ Kenneth Randall sold 3,631,012 @ 147p = £5.3m Alan Quilter sold 1,400,000 @ 147p = £2.05m
speedsgh
27/6/2017
08:27
Fenners,I,m not happy with my reply ... the second bit anyway!
jonwig
27/6/2017
08:18
Clearly you are fenners66. The managing agency was in the books for a mere £1.3 millions (without checking) and they sold it at a profit of over £12 millions. Book value doesn't always tell the full story. Buy this stock and you are buying a steady income stream. Edit: I assumed that you are referring to RQIH. Were you referring to the disposal? In which case I suggest that the value was in the fact that it gave the purchaser access to Lloyds marketplace.
lord gnome
27/6/2017
06:51
I suspect 'book value' of assets is a problematic area for IFRS, which doesn't seem to allow valuation of professional expertise. And the 'incentive payments' (I guess about £3.5m) will essentially belong to the managing agency. Look at the capacity of the syndicates under management.
jonwig
26/6/2017
20:47
Seems a very high price for very little assets and pro-forma profitability. Are we missing something here?
fenners66
23/6/2017
09:00
I think the reason for the disposals is called " getting back to your knitting". The Lloyds syndicate seems to have underperformed since they started it. Maybe Synergy was sold because there wasn't any. Bought back in
ganthorpe
23/6/2017
08:32
Looks to be a good deal at a good price. Hopefully the share price can begin to climb again. It has sold off recently for no real reason that I can fathom.
lord gnome
23/6/2017
07:09
Sale of Lloyds Managing Agency: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/randall---38--quilter-ld--rqih-/rns/r-q-to-sell-lloyd-s-managing-agency/201706230700089493I/ Profit of £12.6m on book value of £1.3m adds over 14p to the net assets per share ... I think! This ought to do something for the share price this morning.
jonwig
12/5/2017
08:26
By finessing the reinsurance market, they lock in a profitable turn on the business with no risk.
wjccghcc
12/5/2017
08:03
So it's clearly not an "efficient market"!
jonwig
12/5/2017
07:44
By finessing the reinsurance market, they lock in a profitable turn on the business with no risk.
wjccghcc
12/5/2017
07:33
Today: Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings Ltd. ("R&Q") is pleased to announce its wholly owned 'A-' A.M. Best-rated, US-admitted insurer Accredited Surety and Casualty ("Accredited") has entered into an agreement to provide a Blanket Vehicle Single Interest Insurance Policy. Accredited will offer and administer the BVSI Policy together with certain subsidiaries of a US financial corporation. Accredited has no net exposure as the transaction is fully reinsured. A naive question, I suppose, but if you fully reinsure your book, how do you make money?
jonwig
10/5/2017
13:53
Can't help, speeds! Though a big insurance merger (involving Lloyd's) is happening: https://www.ft.com/content/73884a68-3d41-3f75-a96c-9d79feabd315 ... insurance is always speculating about mergers, etc. From my reading, we're "xd" on 1 June and paid around 15 June: 5.2p.
jonwig
10/5/2017
13:20
Definitely something up but can't find any reason out there. Most welcome nonetheless. Somebody seems to be taking advantage of the current strength to offload some which is keeping a lid on the price. No indications as to the reason for the rise from any of your sources, jon?
speedsgh
08/5/2017
19:59
Summat's up!
jonwig
20/4/2017
08:50
Good set of numbers, good outlook, a divi increase on a high yield, a positive market reaction this morning, what's not to like. Very happy to hold.
lord gnome
20/4/2017
08:06
Yes it depends on your tax position whether you want income or capital gains. Mine are in my ISA so it doesn't matter. The business model has produced lumpy cash gains. I made a lot of money here a few years ago and then sold. I bought a smaller holding last summer. It seems that they are developing another area with a more 'normal' business model which should steady the returns somewhat.
this_is_me
20/4/2017
07:35
Very impressive results.
this_is_me
20/4/2017
07:18
FY results - excellent, as signalled: as indicated in the recent placing announcement, the Group traded very well in the second half of 2016 with full year profits ahead of Board expectations and significantly higher than the prior year. ... This profitable trading means that proposed distributions per share have been increased for the first time since 2012 to 8.6p for the full year, a demonstration of the board's confidence in the Group's trading and prospects. ... The Board has a positive outlook for the current year and was delighted with the support it received from the Group's shareholders in the recent placing to help fund our growth. ... http://www.investegate.co.uk/randall---38--quilter-ld--rqih-/rns/full-year-results/201704200700137962C/ I'd expect some cash drag in H1 (to end-June) as the placing monies get utilised, and this will affect per-share earnings. H2 should show some improvement.
jonwig
06/3/2017
10:19
In for a few this morning. Mainly for yield, although I think this could just be the right time to buy. Back to 140 on finals if the outlook is as positive as I would hope for.
lord gnome
28/2/2017
10:23
fenners - correct on the EPS. Fair enough - yes if they didn't pay a dividend they could put that cash towards increased solvency to support the acquisitions - but you could say that about any company which does a placing or rights issue to pay for an acquisition and yet doesn't forego its dividend.
wjccghcc
28/2/2017
10:18
Hmm. I was going to comment on the recent weakness yesterday but no need now. Looks like it's been walked down prior to placing. A small 2.9% discount to yesterday's closing price maybe but 16% discount to the share price in Nov. Can't say I'm surprised as we've seen it so many times before, particularly on AIM. Don't think it's necessarily material but I did note the following in the Trading Update further down the announcement: "The process of simplifying the Group continues with interest shown by several potential purchasers of certain non-core business units. If these lead to an eventual transaction or series of transactions then the proceeds are likely to be at a significantly higher value than the current carrying value of such units which would result in a material one-off gain for the Group. The Board would stress that any such disposals are subject to significant further negotiation with no certainty they will occur at such values or at all."
speedsgh
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