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TED Ted Baker Plc

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12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Ted Baker Investors - TED

Ted Baker Investors - TED

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Ted Baker Plc TED London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 109.80 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
109.80 109.80
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Posted at 30/9/2022 14:48 by koolcat1
The announcement is there on RNS and on Ted Baker's investor website. 98% in favour (in number of votes).
Posted at 09/9/2022 18:22 by aringadingding
niklol, not sure. I guess if 50% of remaining shareholders rejected it there could be a new management team brought in as a consequence of that, which could be a good thing. Aside from that investors must be wondering why other major investors have approved it, and they don't know.
Posted at 16/8/2022 22:47 by buoycat
If the deal is voted through by a majority of shareholders you effectively get 110p per share, like a compulsory purchase. Private investors have very little say I'm afraid. The company is then taken private. If the turnaround is successful over the next few years the private equity company may well refloat the business at a much higher valuation.
Posted at 16/8/2022 08:53 by dealy
where does it say an investor has the right to get back what he paid?
Posted at 13/6/2022 17:14 by bingobob1
buoycat : It’s so refreshing to hear from someone about this share that at least gives some hope for the future! As a normal investor it’s so difficult to see the wood from the trees with regard comments made on here...and I’m just hoping soon there may be some good news,cos today was rather depressing...I will hold in there fingers crossed!!
Posted at 10/6/2022 16:59 by dealy
I think the Private Equity firms should give back thr money to their investors. I mean if you can't stump up 250m to buy Ted Baker (and that's after 100m of shareholders cash was pumped into this recently) then really what investments are ever going to be made?
Posted at 26/4/2022 09:36 by aringadingding
With the number of ideal interested parties involved, it seems there is a fair chance the best final bid comes in well above 150, and more like 175 or 200.

There were some nice positive comments in the Sky news article about how Ted Baker occupies a prominent place in British retailing, has a good store footprint etc., which did make me reflect what an ideal proposal this is for an investor. The brand simply does have authenticity, and survey results confirm appreciation of that. They are at a great price point where there is potentially a combination of volume of sales and profit margins to be had, if they get their designs right.

Another article here, which has a paywall but headline says bid has been submitted:


Seems the market thinks a bid will come it around say 160p and then be rejected. I think this is too pessimistic.

I also think the current management are quite suitable to deliver sustainable growth over the coming 5 years so would not be too disappointed if all bids failed.
Posted at 28/3/2022 10:55 by 1nf3rn0
Added more at 118p. Similar happened recently at MNZS and then the buyer came back with a much higher price. If it is sold it'll need to be for much closer 200p, if not more.If not the board seem confident that they can return the company to a much higher valuation.Tosca are still buying too so there seems to be support for the board's strategy from key investors.
Posted at 23/2/2022 09:07 by bubloo
did anyone log into investor presentation. what did they sound like?
Posted at 16/7/2021 10:54 by aringadingding
@Luddenden7 - What is that EBITDA forecast you are referring to, is it somewhere in these results sorry?

@hawfinch - I guess I mixed up two issues there with regards to "confidence". It splits into:

Confidence in investors in public markets... which as we all know see-saws with crowd behaviour.

Confidence of the high street consumer. Here, those being furloughed have not received 100% of their usual income, so there is the shock of that reduction, plus the shock of the pandemic, plus not being able to access the high street and Ted by their own admission being historically a bit slow to get their online presence sorted (now catching up). So again, if Ted can navigate this case squeeze, which came at a difficult time for the business, then the future is pretty good for shareholders. Early signs are they can so at this point I think it's all about patience on the part of shareholders.

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