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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 160.00p 361,686 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
157.00p 163.00p 160.00p 160.00p 160.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 9.83 25.40 6.3 313.3

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25/3/2019
08:20
Randall & Quilter Daily Update: Randall&Quilter is listed in the Nonlife Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RQIH. The last closing price for Randall & Quilter was 160p.
Randall&Quilter has a 4 week average price of 158p and a 12 week average price of 158p.
The 1 year high share price is 208p while the 1 year low share price is currently 143.50p.
There are currently 195,843,195 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 44,642 shares. The market capitalisation of Randall&Quilter is £313,349,112.
09/2/2019
20:17
topvest: Well 153p is significantly in excess of book value. I think its a good deal that raises NAV. The 200p+ share price had got a bit carried away in my view. Then again, I'm not looking to invest much more here as its quite a capital intensive business. You might find this interesting. I still hold some shares in AHCP which owns ASTA CAPITAL which are much more successful at managing syndicates than R&Q (C£5-6M profit per annum). Page 12 shows their position versus Randall & Quilter. ASTA could potentially be in play through its shoot out clause as three holders own 30% each. I wonder whether R&Q might be interested in picking up a stake and merging it with its own business? ACHP are looking to exit their 30% in 2019, either imminently or through the shoot out clause in mid-2019. www.ach-plc.com/assets/Uploads/contentblocks/pdfs/Presentation-to-the-ACHP-AGM-GE-26jun18-v3.pdf ACHP has been a disappointing investment for me, albeit it does own 30% of a very good company ASTA Capital so I'm hoping that I will get my back soon + maybe a nice premium. A tie-up with R&Q would be perfect, but maybe just wishful thinking!
09/2/2019
18:47
lord gnome: I can't agree topvest. It is a massive dilution. They are giving away 52% of the company at a hefty discount. We were over £2 a share not so long ago. All we get is a paltry 1 for 28 in the open offer. Why not announce the completion of the US deal, push the share price up and have a decent placing and open offer from there? Shareholders should get at least as many shares as placees. I am also not happy about the failure to announce the big loan fundraising before Christmas at what amounts to junk bond rates. Whatever deals they are doing, they had better be world class.
07/2/2019
08:59
lord gnome: Badly handled in the extreme. It's as if they deliberately set out to screw their PIs. Tomorrow the share price will recover when news of the completion of the Global Re acquisition is released (conspiracy theorist? Moi?). Why US investors? Won't British Institutions stump up?
30/10/2018
11:18
lord gnome: Just noticed that the shares go ex-div (sic) at close of play today, so I guess that may also be having some effect on the share price. All things being equal, they should open 3 -4p down tomorrow.
30/10/2018
11:12
lord gnome: Totally impenetrable. But I can read the rising share price so I guess that those who know what it means must like it.
01/10/2018
12:48
speedsgh: Nice to see patience finally being rewarded here. Just re-rating in response to the Global Re US acquisition or wonder if the strong share price might presage a new fundraising? from the recent Interims... "The Board anticipates trading in the second half of 2018 to be strong and, should the acquisition of Global Re US receive regulatory approval and be completed prior to year-end, expects the full year results will be substantially in excess of market expectations." "Both legacy and program management pipelines remain strong and the wider industry challenges and resultant changes suggest that demand will continue to grow in both segments." "The proceeds from these disposals, together with the £47m placing and open offer in November 2017 have been deployed"
19/9/2018
11:32
topvest: Possibly, but they do so seem to have put some good deals together which is shown by the share price rise. Have faith in the quality of management here.
31/10/2017
17:59
lord gnome: Looks like a few who have had notice of their allocation have already sold in the market for a quick buck. Doesn't take much to move the share price.
08/9/2017
12:03
stemis: No, I think they are all part of the income statement. I can't see any movement in equity that would correspond to reserves release. I agree with you that profit is lumpy and it's hard always to see how they are making it. Similarly I was/am happy to trust management to just get on with it. I guess it just comes down to valuation. NAV cover and yield are key ratios and I feel historically these are now at low levels and I can't see much in the figures that suggests that gap is going to be closed any time soon. So for me the risk to the share price is disproportionately on the downside. If the shares were 100p or even 120p I would feel different...but they aren't.
04/9/2017
16:15
stemis: That's me out. Maybe I'm missing something but, despite all the bullish narrative, the profit in H1 arose solely because the company booked negative goodwill gained on a bargain purchase to P&L,. Without that the company would have made a loss. There's absolutely no analysis of the number so I don't know what acquisition it relates to. RQIH is a good business and I hope I'll own shares in it in the future but I think the share price has got ahead of itself. NAV is 106.5p and tNAV 88.6p. 147p is a chunky premium and yield is now just under 6%.
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