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RBGP Rbg Holdings Plc

12.00
0.00 (0.00%)
29 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 12.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
11.50 12.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Business Services, Nec 54.13M 4.2M 0.0441 2.72 11.44M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 12.00 GBX

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Posted at 28/5/2024 09:20 by Rbg Daily Update
Rbg Holdings Plc is listed in the Business Services, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RBGP. The last closing price for Rbg was 12p.
Rbg currently has 95,331,236 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Rbg is £11,439,748.
Rbg has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 2.72.
This morning RBGP shares opened at -
Posted at 02/4/2024 20:56 by goldbutler
Congratulations , and well done to Mr Rosenblatt and new CEO et al.

RBGP removes convex outfit and actually receives something for it and not a moment too soon and at a huge paper loss.

I refer to my posts 843-844 -858-860.

Forensic505 and not for the first time , on the other board sums this up correctly.
Posted at 30/3/2024 10:18 by tomtrudgian
It is very easy, and wholly understandable, to blame Nicola Foulston with the benefit of hindsight. Solicitors’ businesses have so many different profit centres with wholly different cash flow timings. They always have been very difficult to manage, and she was correct that the usual partnership model is illogical. The best senior lawyers are inevitably inexperienced at business.

OK, her Lion Fish adventure was grossly under capitalised. I admit I did not realise that at the time. All sell-side agencies like Convex Capital have had a dreadful time too. To be fair £22m sounded like a fair price when bought.

So what were her good ideas? A quite superb web site and media public relations, and a focus on avoiding work with low margins. Not a lot else including the diversifications and debt.

As to the FY 2023 results, they will show a dreadful loss due to the write offs. HSBC has agreed to nil interest being paid from Jan to June 2024, but the arrears are accruing.
Posted at 19/12/2023 11:47 by tomtrudgian
Thanks for your intelligent post, Shep22. There are now as often ‘bottom feeders’, trying quite reasonably to reduce the average cost of their holdings, but is the RPG price at the bottom? Not quite.

The principle concern is surely staff retention and RBG reputation amongst clients. The bank covenants may or may not be in breach, but that is fairly unimportant given the lack of easily realisable assets, and therefore HSBC action so RBG still have a little time.

The as yet unexplained attempt to assign (sell) office leases may be impossible without cost. In any event RBG will still be on the hook for the remaining lease length, should the assignee fail to pay the rent, and negotiations will be drawn out. The alleged lack of RNS transparency is frankly just what many managements would do to help the loan facility extension and therefore share price.

Has not worked so far, but a ‘white knight’ takeover is not entirely impossible. So too is a rights issue, but both would nearly wipe out shareholders. The likely conclusion is that nothing affordable can be done, and RBG shares will be low for very many years. Then some like me may buy back in.

All very sad, and not 100% the fault of Nicola Foulston. My subscription to the law society’s gazette has constant reports of both lawyers and barristers, large and small, in difficulty.
Posted at 23/10/2023 23:28 by shep22
Maddox,
Can I remind you of this:
Rosenblatt was admitted to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange on Tuesday 8 May 2018.
The fundraising, which was significantly oversubscribed, raised approximately £43 million before expenses. Ordinary Shares in issue at Admission will be 80,092.106 meant a market capitalisation of approximately £76 million at the Placing Price of 95 pence per share.
I and others subscribed to the issue 5 and half years ago at 95p, it is now 20p, nobody believes the information emanating from the company. The numbers in the original issue were substantially inflated and thst is why the share price has crashed to 20% of the issue price.
Posted at 02/8/2023 12:05 by goldbutler
RBGP 19.50P

recent appointments at destiny pharma CEO and chairman have improved sentiment towards that share price.

The Board should bear that in mind when recruiting any new non exs at RBGP and at some point successor to the lovely Marianne Ismail as chairman.

The Board should for the foreseeable future stay well away from long term share plans for directors and such like- anything approaching selfishness or "raiding the larder" needs to be avoided. Anything that would cause drip feeding of shares into the market needs to be avoided otherwise the share price will never recover.
Posted at 29/7/2023 23:09 by clive7878
The figures that matter is the profit or loss without exceptionals the year after, stating a normal year going forward so the share price - unless the Company lose clients due to lack of confidence - should not fall when this years results are known because it should now all be factored in with the price. Now we should have a clearer picture of what the new results should be for this year and next year. If the CEO can get the business on an even keel now, we could in fact see some kind of recovery, but the possible rise in share price will now be a quick fix job. The Board has made serious mistakes and lets hope that the Current Board has learnt from their mistakes.
One should see the share price flatten out next week - little downward or upward movement. For a period to come.
Simon Thompson really should write state the pros and cons about a stock, not just the pros, as when one does ones own research and one then monitors what he has recommended one finds the stock has not risen at all. He is at it again with HVO.
Posted at 27/7/2023 15:54 by clive7878
I have been taking quick an interest in the Smaller Shares section in the I.C. of late, and many of the tips have not materialised in the share price going up.
I feel on reading the above tips that not the whole story in the articles is being told. They mainly tell the reasons for why it is a stock is a buy, but lack to put in the negatives. One has to do one's own research on top. I did my research - and spent a lot of time of late watching things unfold and was seriously thinking of investing.
Are there "black clouds" on the horizon ? The share price was 140p now it is 26p why was this? Maybe Simon Thompson is in the wrong job. One has to write the positives and negatives about any stock.

Companies with a lot of debt can be a big worry. They say if you owe the bank £50,000 it is your worry. If you owed the bank £19 million it is the banks worry.
And directors and shareholders worry.

It is the same as ""Buyer beware" but in this case "Investor beware"
RBGP is one of the worse tips at 26.5p now 17.5p. RBGP share price has now - one would think - have finally bottomed out, but it is going to take a lot of confidence and time before the stock does recover. I wish the CEO all the best in turning the company around. One would also think that most of the bad news is out of the way.
Posted at 26/7/2023 13:02 by clive7878
Share price may have bottomed out - but buyers are buying on speculation in my view and not as yet on any solid known future facts - except that there may be no dividend or a vastly reduced dividend and there could well be a loss situation when all of the extraordinary items are taken into account. but in 2024 maybe things will have been on an even keel and we will all be enlightened.

I have been watching trading and comments very closely of late whether to buy in or not. Share price on Friday could be 30p a share or 23p per share. Need more concrete facts which will come in time.
Posted at 22/7/2023 12:49 by clive7878
bluemango - It is correct that - according to the Investors Chronicle article - that Kevin McNair - previously finance director of various public-quoted and privately owned businesses for last 18 years - will stand in for Suszanne Drakeford-Lewis the newly appointed finance director of RBGP - probably until next January 2024.

The stock has been a bit of a falling knife since October 2021, 140p to now 26p although the pe ratio and dividend currently - if maintained - does make the stock very good value, but positive future figures are needed for the stock to rise. but even with the IC buy recommendation this week the share price still manage to slide again last Friday.





All the signs are that RBGP is a buy, so is this the time to buy in - is the $64 question.
Is the answer that it is not on many investors radar screens at present ?
Or are they afraid that they could be catching a falling knife, but has the share price now bottomed out ?
Posted at 02/7/2023 09:53 by tomtrudgian
No sorry, I assumed they were bouncers stopping NH from coming in! Anyway we know she turned up and was denied entrance.
It seems she was refused because she no longer held shares personally, but only as part of a family trust, so could not sell those, if indeed she wanted to, without approval of the other beneficiary trustees. The only importance is that I now assume this year’s share sellers were mainly the bank of Ian Rosenblatt, doubtless in dribs and drabs as the value of their security fell with the falling share price. Banks cannot force shareholders to sell pledged shares unless the bank’s security cover is negative.

So one can guess that the share price will rise strongly, at least in next month or two, as the legal side appears well profitable and cash generative.
Tom
Rbg share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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