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RST Restore Plc

3.00 (1.35%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Restore Plc LSE:RST London Ordinary Share GB00B5NR1S72 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.00 1.35% 226.00 658,739 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
223.00 230.00 227.50 224.00 224.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Business Services, Nec 279M 16.8M 0.1227 18.46 310.13M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:53:39 O 72,000 226.50 GBX

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2023-12-01 18:42:18226.5072,000163,080.00O
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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Restore Daily Update
Restore Plc is listed in the Business Services, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RST. The last closing price for Restore was 223p.
Restore currently has 136,924,067 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Restore is £310,133,012.
Restore has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 18.46.
This morning RST shares opened at 224p
Posted at 17/3/2023 14:36 by kalai1
Restore Plc posted FY22 results yesterday titled “Achieving continued growth and demonstrating strength”. And that is exactly what they showed, revenue increased by 19.1% to £279m, adjusted EBITDA was up 9.8% to £81.5 million, adjusted profit before tax increased 7.6% to £41.0 million and statutory profit before tax was 1.3% higher at £23.3 million. The Group enjoyed solid organic and acquisitive growth despite challenging macroeconomic conditions with five acquisitions successfully completed for total consideration of £12.3 million. Net debt at period end was £103.5 million and the leverage ratio was a little lower at 1.7x from 1.8x at end 2021. Valuation is average, the share price lacks momentum for the time being, there is no rush to buy. But the business has a track record of solid growth and decent profitability, it is a share worth monitoring for the time being...

...from WealthOracle
Posted at 26/1/2023 10:24 by cwa1
New major holder...
Posted at 25/1/2023 11:05 by cwa1
Restore plc (AIM: RST), the UK's leading provider of digital and information
management and secure lifecycle services, will announce its customary trading
update for the year ended 31 December 2022, on Wednesday 1 February 2023.
Posted at 22/11/2022 07:19 by cwa1
Trading Update:-

Recent trading has continued the positive momentum seen through the first half with significant contract wins and expansion in activity levels. Revenue is performing strongly with the second half to date tracking well ahead of the same period in 2021. EBITDA also continues to show strong growth despite the macroeconomic pressures of inflation and the uncertain commercial environment. Restore Technology is also growing strongly albeit at a lower rate than planned due to a slowing in the IT equipment market, associated with current global supply chain issues.
Posted at 30/9/2022 06:38 by cwa1
Big-and prestigious-contract win announced this morning:-

30 September 2022

Restore plc

("Restore" or the "Group" or "Company")

Significant contract win with the BBC

Restore wins largest contract in its history

Restore (AIM: RST), the UK's leading provider of digital and information management and secure lifecycle services, is pleased to announce that the Group has signed a contract with the UK's national broadcaster, the BBC. The contract is to manage the BBC's archive of entertainment related assets, with an expected value of GBP22 million over ten years. The contract award is the largest in Restore's history.
Posted at 28/7/2022 07:14 by cwa1
Happy it has gone up but 4% is not exactly shareholder largesse!

Though I suppose the net debt increasing by 13% and increased financing costs may have something to do with that.


The Board is pleased with the Group's strategic progress during H1 and the delivery of sustained organic momentum and successful integration of acquisitions made during the last 18 months.

Management remain confident that the Group will deliver strong growth for FY22, with activity levels increasing and pricing adjustments offsetting cost increases. However, rising interest rates are leading to higher finance charges and it is anticipated that interest costs will be £1.0 million to £2.0 million greater than planned for the year.

Looking further ahead, the critical services that the Group provides in digital transformation, information management and secure lifecycle services are in high demand and Restore is in a strong position to capitalise on its market leading positions. The Group's strategy to grow through organic expansion, strategic acquisition and margin improvement remains on track to deliver a larger, responsible and highly profitable business in the medium term.

CHARLES BLIGH, CEO, commented:

"I am delighted with the growth achieved in the first half which demonstrates that our strategy and execution is on track. Across the Group we are seeing increasing sales activity and significant customer contract wins. Our staffing levels have grown substantially in the last 6 months in order to support delivery and I want to thank the whole team for doing such a great job and ensuring customer experience continues to be at the heart of what we do.

In addition to our confidence in future organic growth, we have a well developed pipeline of acquisition opportunities and, with our strong balance sheet, we are looking forward to completing further investments in H2 and continuing to deliver great results for our shareholders and customers."
Posted at 15/6/2022 17:12 by cwa1
15 June 2022

Restore plc

("Restore", the "Company", or the "Group")

Director/PDMR Shareholding

Restore plc (AIM: RST), announces it has been notified that on 13 June 2022 a person closely associated with Charles Bligh, Chief Executive Officer, purchased a total of 2,031 ordinary shares of 5 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 443 pence per share.

Following this transaction, Mr Bligh and persons closely associated with, holds a beneficial interest in a total of 34,410 Ordinary Shares.
Posted at 18/3/2022 17:52 by tole (LON:RST) – further growth expected this year and nextThis group is seen as the UK's leading provider of digital and information management and secure lifecycle services.The year to end December 2021 saw it report a 28% rise in revenues to £234.3m and a 64% improvement in adjusted pre-tax profits at £38.1m. Earnings came out at 8.7p, showing an incredible 4,250% increase on the year, and still covering a useful 7.2p (nil) dividend per share.Strong organic growth together with the boost of eight successful acquisitions certainly drove record results to the bottom line.It would appear that the 2021 momentum has carried on into the current year, with improving margins and sales.Furthermore, it seems that further acquisitions are being progressed too.Charles Bligh, the group CEO, is confident of further success this year and beyond.The group's shares closed up last night at 450p, but still 138p below their High within the last year.Hold tight.
Posted at 22/7/2021 06:18 by cwa1
Well, well, well...

22 July 2021

Marlowe plc

Possible Offer by Marlowe plc for Restore plc

Marlowe plc ("Marlowe" or, the "Company") announces that it made an approach to the Board of Restore plc ("Restore") regarding a possible offer to acquire all of the issued and to be issued share capital of Restore for 530p per Restore ordinary share (the "Possible Offer"). The combination would create a business of scale delivering a broad spectrum of business-critical services and software to UK organisations, addressing their compliance and information management requirements.

This was the second proposal made by Marlowe to the Restore Board. Both proposals were made over the last few weeks and were rejected.

The terms of the Possible Offer of 530p, if made, would consist of 71p in cash for each Restore share and the remainder in new Marlowe shares. The exchange ratio will be set at the time of the announcement of a firm intention to make an offer, if made.

The terms of the Possible Offer of 530p represent:

-- a premium of approximately 45% to the placing price of 365 pence per Restore share on 30 April 2021;

-- a premium of approximately 42% to the six-month volume-weighted average closing price of 373p per Restore share; and

-- a premium of approximately 26% to yesterday's closing share price of 420p per Restore share.
The Possible Offer values the entire issued and to be issued share capital of Restore at GBP743m on a fully diluted basis. Restore shareholders would own approximately 49% of the combined group and would be major participants in the potential future value creation within the combined group.

Alex Dacre, Chief Executive of Marlowe, commented:

"We believe the combination of Marlowe and Restore is strategically compelling and will deliver value for all shareholders.

Marlowe and Restore share the same corporate DNA and channels to market, and we believe that bringing our businesses together will create a leading business-critical services group delivering a comprehensive range of services and software, spanning the compliance and information management sectors, with an addressable market of c.GBP9bn.

Combining Marlowe and Restore represents a transformational opportunity for our customers and shareholders, reinvigorating the Restore strategy and shareholder returns, deepening and broadening our service offering, and creating a business of scale that will deliver significant further growth".
Posted at 30/4/2021 13:17 by sphere25
Mixed feelings here though not overly strong. On one hand, diluting at non-recovery prices when it is evident to see Invesco and Polar Capital have been coming in for shares in size, the price has been making more bullish moves, price held back by the psychological 400p mark and trading (as shown today) continuing to recover.

Ultimately, the above actions would have been enough to clear stale bulls at non-recovery levels and and move nicely through 400p imo, particularly in light of how other lagging shares have eventually moved in this market.

RST did £57.4m EBITDA in 2020 vs £70.0m pre-covid so the EDM recovery EBITDA of around £6.3m isn't massively significant, even if 74% of EDM revenue is from digital solutions and doubles the size of Restore's existing Digital business.

Not a fan of companies diluting at non-recovery levels when it is clear to see progress to recovery levels on fundamentals is being made, but on the flip side it is only 8.7% dilutive with the multiple for EDM expected to fall to approximately 7.5x so not a million miles out of line with RST.

Clearly RST management believe it was strategically important enough to do immediately (without letting the share price recover) as well as going forward, so we'll give them the benefit of the doubt.

All looks very much as you were then (price has barely moved -1.3% at 380p) with digital coming slightly more to the fore.

All imo
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