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Van Elle Holdings Plc LSE:VANL London Ordinary Share GB00BYX4TP46 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 43.50 42.00 45.00 43.50 42.00 43.50 50,506 08:00:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 84.4 -2.2 -3.0 - 46

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/7/2019
21:15
JWBall et al - You guys are doing a great job talking this share price down!!! - what price are you looking to buy in at? (or why are you hanging around on this share chat room, if Van Elle has no future?)
lammylover
18/7/2019
14:11
Sub 40p now. Don't look down.
jwball
18/7/2019
08:12
Read again Gavbro0. Not optimistic at all. Cutler has to go or VE will go the same way Barhale did or worse. He successfully halved their revenue during his short tenure. Why has Barden not put an end to this circus and got rid of the clown?Get your eggs ready for the AGM
taffygolf
17/7/2019
21:24
I think Mick Mason may be suicidal with the share price as it is. There must be real animosity between Mark Cutler and the senior directors and other share holders WITHIN VE. It could be very difficult being civil in one of the many Board Meetings knowing the nincompoop sat across the table from you cost you millions.
citizen_kane
17/7/2019
20:52
Dude, you have to be the most optimistic man I've ever met or you have another agenda.Me, I'm SIPPed up and can't afford to bail out now. Need to see this upcoming agm recorded on their website to get a sense of what the major shareholders might be thinking.Dunno just dunno...
gavbro0
17/7/2019
15:23
Got to give it to Cutler, he is every bit the turnaround guy he promotes himself to be. He has successfully turned several businesses from profit to loss. We are stuck with these for the foreseeable. Below par EOY result and a terrible Q1.Looking forward to the AGM!
taffygolf
17/7/2019
12:00
Not at all. If I were Mick Mason I'd be offloading these before they are worthless.
jwball
17/7/2019
11:32
The non exec board predominantly. Obsessed with going 'corporate' worked out well for everyone hasn't it?
twinks1
17/7/2019
11:10
More importantly who appointed Mark Cutler? A terrible track record, no piling experience, no idea what he's doing. Whoever signed that off needs to have a word with themselves.
jwball
17/7/2019
10:29
They should hold their heads in shame as we as investors are losing a lot of money through their mismanagement However Cutler and Co are thriving with their massive pay packets whilst they destroy what we are investing in. Unfortunately piling is a bit of a niche area and it's not always something people with corporate experience can just jump into and run. And when the executive board have no piling experience either and OK all the high end appointments it's not going to end well.
twinks1
17/7/2019
09:35
Adrian Barden, Mark Cutler, David Hurcomb, Robin Williams and Steve Pendergast should all hang their heads in shame. Mark Cutler and Steve Pendergast have a legacy of failure. How obviously inept people carry on securing positions of power within organisations is beyond me? When will they wake up? Van Elle are now reaping what they have sowed.
citizen_kane
17/7/2019
08:44
Why are people still hinging this on the last update, where things were going to get better etc, thats what was said last time. NWR are not releasing any work at the minute and VE have massive problems. Outsourcing design goes to show just how bad a position this is. Directors coming and going is the sure sign that this company is in massive trouble. Most appointments have had no piling experience which isnt always a problem but it goes to show with each appointment / resignation / moving on that behind the scenes there are massive financial gaps. With each update stating that its been disappointing but the next one will be better is just stringing people along until the inevitable collapse
learos187
16/7/2019
22:47
Also interesting to note, Mark Cutler relieved Mark Williams of his position as Group Marketing director and installed Philip Norville into the position lauding how good he was....mmm and he’s gone too
twinks1
16/7/2019
22:44
Trading update is only as good as for that particular moment in time...
diku
16/7/2019
22:26
Another Director brought in who flattered to deceive. Philip Norville - zero Piling experience, 12 months before being shown the door. John Forster, no Piling experience shown the door after only 6 month. The company wasn’t broken when Cutler took up the role of CEO. Now look at it. The share price will be in the 30’s by the end of the week.
citizen_kane
16/7/2019
22:08
Also interesting to note, Mark Cutler relieved Mark Williams of his position as Group Marketing director and installed Philip Norville into the position lauding how good he was....mmm and he’s gone too
twinks1
16/7/2019
22:01
Another Director brought in under Cutler has now left. This is no longer a re-structuring. Everything that has come out of VE has been lip service with no solid fact or evidence. The next 2 weeks will be very interesting when the figures are finally published.
citizen_kane
16/7/2019
09:36
Forget that, found it:- hxxp://www.constructionenquirer.com/2019/07/16/third-van-elle-board-director-exits/ The worrying part for me "design is to be outsourced to a third party." They really are on the rocks, can't design their own schemes, useless backwards step.
jwball
16/7/2019
09:11
James, where is the report that John Forster has left? Surely as a listed company this should be notified to shareholders.
jwball
16/7/2019
08:14
I thought the last trading update was positive about an increase in orders and optimistic for the rest of the year. It did seem a bit strange as the announcement before that was a profit warning with a shortfall of orders coming through which would impact final results. The inconsistencies here is the real concern because we could have a case that there is a black hole somewhere in the figures
creditcrunchies
16/7/2019
07:58
commercial director now left and also another director of a smaller division, is everyone there called a director ? there cannot be many left ! Not sure all this can be down to a re-structure ... price too low to sell no option but to hang in their, have a horrible feeling about EOY results.
jamesk3
11/7/2019
17:13
Don’t think it will make any difference unfortunately the attitude will power and desire to win jobs is long gone at VE even handed on a good plate It’s a shame another company has gone under but so many piling firms have gone on the past and VE have never managed to make anything of the opportunities
twinks1
11/7/2019
12:44
Aspin have gone into administration which opens things up
learos187
04/7/2019
21:04
Figures will be massaged as I'm sure the financial controller will be after PP's job probably be dangled to her on a promise and they will get the result they "need" it's a shame PP is leaving though as he is very good for the company and they should have kept him. All they need is to be audited properly and it will ALL come undone but as a shareholder I wouldn't want that because it is Carillion all over again but thankfully not going to affect as many people when it goes pop. Such a shame. Thought I had invested wisely noises made less than 2 months ago shares would go up again....
twinks1
03/7/2019
22:37
I heard that PP handed his notice in after being asked to ‘massage figures’. So the end of years are indeed going to be interesting.
citizen_kane
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