Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rbg Holdings Plc LSE:RBGP London Ordinary Share GB00BFM6WL52 ORD GBP0.002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 91.50 90.00 93.00 91.50 91.50 91.50 589 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 12.5 3.0 3.8 23.9 73

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/2/2020
12:29
Keith Hammil has been appointed Chairman. Formerly a director of Bagir Holdings Limited. A company which is currently chaired by Ian Rosenblatt's sister. Cosy? Turn the fire down.......
jamesbone
24/1/2020
07:23
trading fine and might see a pick up - paying Ian Rosenblatt £1 million so he can't dump his holding completely unacceptable in my opinion. AVOID!
nimbo1
29/11/2019
09:25
I've been reducing and taking some profits along with the price slipping back. And if we get back to 80p will start increasing my holding again.
scooper72
29/11/2019
08:58
Interesting sales of over 2 million shares this week at 95p. Those couldn't possibly be related in some way, I wonder?
mammyoko
29/11/2019
08:47
Criticism??? None intended.None implied.None to be inferred. You are being (as normal) overly sensitive and hyper-defensive. Nothing other than pure observations on my behalf about the ongoing share overhang. But why, jonwig, don't you give YOUR clear opinion as to the question posed by me:- "that there may or may not be a minimal, medium or maximal chance that the shares might eventually be sold in part or in full to repay the bank loan???????" Come on, let's hear. what is your opinion? ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
29/11/2019
08:33
I guess it's not that unusual. This from Manolete partners last month: The Company announces that on 23 October 2019, the Chief Executive, Steven Cooklin, who is a significant shareholder of the Company, pledged 3.4 million ordinary shares in the Company as security against a personal loan of £1 million primarily to fund personal tax liabilities and the completion of his home renovation in London. Peel Hunt, the Company's NOMAD and Sole Broker, has waived Mr Cooklin's IPO lock-in arrangement for this pledge. The lock-in arrangement agreed at IPO continues to remain in force. So that's £15m collateral for a £1m loan. Mr Rosenblatt seems to have got himself a good deal there. In both cases actually selling the shares to repay the loan would be a problem considering the lock-in, and would incur a hefty CGT bill. It could be no more that over-collateralisation to get a lower interest rate. [Not a holder here, but the criticism seems a bit excessive.]
jonwig
29/11/2019
08:22
Yeah ...exactly....that's what I mentioned all along.....the SHARE OVERHANG....caused by the relatively short lock-in periods...is something to be keenly aware of... Come the end of the formal lock-in period...can anybody rule out the possibility that the shares won't be sold in full or in part to repay the bank loan??? If I were a betting man, would I bet that there may or may not be a minimal, medium or maximal chance that the shares might eventually be sold in part or in full to repay the bank loan??????? I know which way I would bet......,. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
29/11/2019
08:05
RBG Holdings Plc ("Rosenblatt" or the "Company") announces that on 29 November 2019, Ian Rosenblatt, who is a significant shareholder of the company, has pledged 16,911,214 ordinary shares in the Company as collateral against a personal bank loan of £6m to fund personal tax liabilities. Stifel Nicholas Europe Limited, the Company's NOMAD and Sole Broker, has waived Mr. Rosenblatt's IPO lock-in arrangement for this pledge. The lock-in agreement agreed at IPO continues to remain in force. Following the pledge, Mr. Rosenblatt's beneficial interest in the company remains unchanged and he continues to be the beneficial owner of 16,911,214 Ordinary Shares, comprising 21.1% of the Company's issued share capital. Pledged his whole holding at 35p!
mammyoko
29/11/2019
07:58
Don't think the market will like this.
geraldus
02/11/2019
20:15
It's an illiquid share
davr0s
01/11/2019
12:56
Anyone know why I can't sell even just 500 shares today?
scooper72
14/10/2019
21:45
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davidosh
26/9/2019
07:56
Rosenblatt article in today's FT, page 20
quepassa
25/9/2019
14:14
Took profits today,decent return.GLA
geraldus
25/9/2019
11:16
Video: Nicola Foulston on todays results, their strategy & name change etc: hTTps://www.fmp-tv.co.uk/2019/09/25/rbg-holdings-formerly-rosenblattinterim-results/
macc1
17/9/2019
12:54
Market likes the deal.
geraldus
16/9/2019
08:49
How do they come out with figures like 120 pence? Market has been valuing the stock at 88p and lower more recently. Management picking blue sky figures out of the sky ("Hell, it's only a 35.6% premium to where the market is - not too much, abit less than a bid premium so should be fine") and happy to rip off the seller here. Abit scummy and low that. "An initial consideration, payable on completion of GBP13.6 million. Of this GBP13.6 million, GBP7 million will be paid in cash from the Company's existing resources and GBP6.6 million will be satisfied by the issue of 5.5 million new Rosenblatt res (the "Initial Consideration Shares") BASED ON AN ISSUE PRICE OF 120 PENCE PER SHARE (a premium of 35.6% to the closing price on 13 September 2019)." The deferred consideration is even worse! Just a 58% premium to the price you know
sphere25
16/9/2019
07:16
Management spread too thin?? Law Firm Funding litigation, now Sell-side corporate Finance Not obvious to me where cross-selling lies between litigation funding and new acquisition. Holdings company for a diversified legal/financial services/corporate finance boutique group sounds like a nightmare to me. Going against the grain as companies tend to specialise + focus nowadays rather than diversify?? good luck all. all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa
16/9/2019
07:02
Looks good to me.Materially earnings enhancing and shares issued at a premium,makes a change.Lock ins also.Need to have faith,certainly not standing still,just hope there isn't a clash of egos.Update given also, no change.
geraldus
16/9/2019
06:47
No idea if this mornings news is a good thing or not - seems to be quite a weird one. Certainly no longer a niche dispute resolution firm. If price goes up I’ll probably sell out.
nimbo1
13/9/2019
14:51
Burford moving back up of late,so sentiment may have improved.RBGP could continue its bounce in sympathy or justly on its own prospects.Interims on 25/9 with divvy news.
geraldus
11/9/2019
07:48
moves quickly this one.
nimbo1
09/9/2019
08:43
I would imagine the new division will be innundated.
geraldus
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