Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shore Capital Group Limited LSE:SGR London Ordinary Share GG00BGCZJ741 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 222.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
145.00 300.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 43.33 4.07 12.60 17.7 49
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 222.50 GBX

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01/10/201918:29Shore Capital - A Slow Burner going in one direction.135
17/12/201220:57ACTION group to have SGR licenses removed-
23/1/200714:02keep hold of your shares30
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20/12/200210:51Shore good thing?21

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Shore Capital Daily Update: Shore Capital Group Limited is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SGR. The last closing price for Shore Capital was 222.50p.
Shore Capital Group Limited has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 21,893,322 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Shore Capital Group Limited is £48,712,641.45.
topvest: Thanks. 135p is all you get. It’s a cleverly orchestrated deal by Howard Shore and friends to take control whilst giving other related parties the chance to double their money at our expense. This is a very well funded company and there is just no basis for acting so despicably. They know what they are doing and they know it’s only in the best interests of connected parties, and not the many other shareholders who have been left high and dry. It’s too much trouble to have a small unlisted holding in an offshore company with little protection. As I say, in my view, they should be ashamed of themselves as they are clearly forever now soiled with their greed. They could have completed a tender offer, but why pay a fair price when you can take advantage of small shareholders legally but unethically!
varies: topvest No-one could blame you for feeling sore. Distasteful as it is to see a manager's wife avail herself of the opportunity to buy shares cheaply in these circumstances, I suppose that sellers would have had to take an even lower price if no buyers came forward. I think that it would have been in the directors' own long-term interest to behave better. Looking at a ten year chart for SGR I see that the share price last went as low as 140p in 2012 and that it has generally stood at well above 200p and indeed at over 400p for several months. 140p is a rotten price for sellers and I offer my sympathy and commiseration. I hope you will be lucky with your re-investment of the proceeds of your sale and recover your losses.
varies: Simon Thompson of the Inv. Chron. maintains his good opinion of SGR in spite of the imminent departure from AIM. For the moment the supply at 139p seems to have dried up.
varies: topvest I agree with you. The proper course of action would have been for the directors to organise a tender offer for minority shareholders at a price in the range 200-270p where the shares have traded for almost all of the last 24 months. On the other hand, the reasons given for taking the shares off AIM are plausible; the company can see no need to raise money and the AIM fees can be saved. Other companies have been quitting AIM recently for similar reasons. I was misguided enough to have quite a large holding in Stilo International and have had to decide whether to keep these or take my 75% loss to set against gains elsewhere. With some reluctance I took my loss. Buying a share that is about to lose its quotation seems foolhardy but I see 140p as an attractive price all the same. I do sympathise with shareholders who feel that they need to sell now.
spob: will it be possible to "buy" SGR into an ISA after the AIM delisting or just hold existing or sell
davidosh: Sadly I would expect nothing less. Shore advised/acted for two companies where I was blatantly legged over as a shareholder as the directors of those companies cleverly took them off the market at a very low price IMHO
varies: Having felt very tempted to invest at over 200p,I am naturally thankful that I did not but am unable to resist the temptation at about 140p and am buying a few even though they may prove hard to sell once we have lost our AIM quotation. The PUMA VCTs seem to have been very successful and SGR now has (I believe)about £1,000 million of funds under management. Further the wireless licenses in Germany look valuable. With any investment the small shareholder is always to some extent at the mercy of the directors and I have no reason to suppose that Mr Shore and his colleagues are any worse than many others !
topvest: They are certainly not making themselves popular with this fleecing of holders who are forced to sell. They should have held a tender offer, but they decided to be greedy! It won’t do their asset management side any good as investors and customers will desert them if there is a lack of trust. I’m offering my shares at 150p but not any lower. Management have been buying above £2 so will be hoovering up shares. Oddly the price may improve a bit as the panic selling abates.
topvest: I'm not very happy with today's announcement. To be honest, there is no point selling at the price now being offered. Management are no doubt buying up some more shares. Possibly better to hold as a private company for the 10p+ dividend per annum and an eventual capital return when they feel like tidying up the share register.
topvest: A rather impressive corporate broker appointment. Surprised the share price hasn't jumped.
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