Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Van Elle 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
  -1.50p -1.86% 79.00p 78.00p 80.00p 80.50p 79.00p 80.50p 71,327 10:36:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering - - - - 63.20

Van Elle Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/3/2017
18:39
Huttonr, there are posts on other threads reporting similar issues with Barclays. see eg, WJG, DOTD threads PS. I live on the other side of the world and I've got my dividend 11 days ago.
jg88721
13/3/2017
18:12
Query - is anyone else having a problem with the receipt of the last dividend? Barclays tell me that they have not yet been paid.
huttonr
07/3/2017
09:18
jg morning ``There is some other explanation, IMHO. Not a positive though - hence the share price reaction`` There`s no evidence to suggest that he`s jumped ship for any other reason. I think if there was some bad news on the way he wouldn`t have wanted to highlight it and jeopardize the value of his wife`s large holding but who`s to know really. We`ve had a fall back to 108p after the results and then back up to 128p. Gone EX,dividend paid and some PIs taking profits. The Jobbers are doing their thing and getting a bit of two way trade going on the back of a little bit of uncertainty with regard the resignation of Tom Lindup. Adrian Barden, acting chairman, said: “On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Tom for his contribution to the Group, in particular in the development of Van Elle’s legal and governance functions, and we wish him well in the future.” There does seem to have been a particular role that Tom was brought in to do and with the old guard,founder Michael Ellis and deputy grp chairman Vic Hanley, retiring and hanging up their spades it looks like,imo,be a good time to call it a day. The company might be a bit unaware of how markets react to these announcements and I tend to agree that they could have told us in a slightly different way.
alfieduncan
07/3/2017
09:13
I think you will find Family were locked in at IPO but when lock up expires I think a good chance his wife - daugher of the founder will wish to unload her shares -- If for no other reason than portfolio diversification . She hold some 3% - so a big potential overhang . http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/van-elle-md-departs
pugugly
07/3/2017
08:55
Jumping ship before it sinks? The Board should have made a detailed announcement instead of the abrupt one. Has anyone spoken to the house broker?
big_cat
07/3/2017
08:42
So knowing that, why is the share price still diving ? Surely the markets must know the company is a sound investment...
philoosh
07/3/2017
07:06
I think that I agree with alfieduncan (post 77) - just in for the IPO to look after the family interest - they had a suitable lawyer in the family so why not make use of him. However, his skills (?) are not of much use now the IPO is over, so .... time to retire gracefully.
huttonr
06/3/2017
19:31
Tom Lindup, Group Managing Director and Company Secretary, has left the Company to pursue new opportunities. Bet he dumping his shares shortly knows a pig in a poke i betcha
opodio
06/3/2017
18:56
With respect Alife, I'm not buying that explanation. Why would you take on someone as an exec just for the float and ditch them afterwards - makes no sense. And raises questions afterwards. If the skill gap was only for the IPO - you'd just contract short term, or use a consultant. There is some other explanation, IMHO. Not a positive though - hence the share price reaction GLAH (of which I'm one)
jg88721
06/3/2017
18:26
Alfie- you are absolutely right;the company has no need for Lindup and can now progress without unnecessary interruption.
thorne3
06/3/2017
18:22
Alfie- you are absolutely right;the company has no need for Lindup and can now progress without unnecessary interruption.
thorne3
06/3/2017
12:17
My take on it is that he looks to have come in to do a particular legal role pre float and has kept a respectful distance from founders retirement by going a month or two later.
alfieduncan
06/3/2017
11:36
Could it be family feedback ? Remember his wife is a significant holder - daughter of the founder -- Just musing (I know nothing) but the rns was (imo) unusually brusque and abrupt.
pugugly
06/3/2017
10:40
looking to add to my holding
mfhmfh
06/3/2017
10:36
I wonder whether his role has been diminished since the successful stock market listing. He was appointed just prior to the float.Interesting that they don`t intend to replace him. ``The board said that it had no plans to replace him, and that Mr Lindup’s operational responsibilities would be absorbed by senior colleagues on the executive management team.``
alfieduncan
06/3/2017
09:51
http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/van-elle-md-departs
mirandaj
06/3/2017
08:48
Good housekeeping - a company with 400+ employees can't need a CEO and a group MD Probably overdue but left till now to keep IPO on track.
azure8269
06/3/2017
07:57
Been keeping an eye on this one – Problems ? Seems a very abrupt departure . 06 March 2017 Van Elle Holdings plc ("Van Elle" or the "Group") Directorate Change Van Elle, the geotechnical contractor offering a wide range of ground engineering techniques and services to customers in a variety of UK construction end markets, announces that Tom Lindup, Group Managing Director and Company Secretary, has left the Company to pursue new opportunities. With immediate effect, Mr Lindup's operational responsibilities will be absorbed by senior colleagues on the executive management team. Paul Pearson, Chief Financial Officer, will replace Mr. Lindup as Company Secretary.
pugugly
03/3/2017
13:25
https://www.van-elle.co.uk/News/2017/Default-T12000.aspx/ See pages 60/62 Van Elle's new volumetric mixer delivers concrete where it is needed https://www.railengineer.uk/2016/11/08/issue-145-november-2016/
mirandaj
02/3/2017
16:40
Investors Chronic tipped on 10th Feb - at 110/112 - Could well (imo) initially have been short term proit taking followed by stop losses being triggered for late takers of the IC tip - NB No knowledge just speculating based on size of trades. Could well have further momentum driven falls.
pugugly
02/3/2017
16:35
Whats going on with this share price ? Hoping its just light relief before another upsurge...
philoosh
18/2/2017
10:30
Nice steady rise and I see that continuing to the 140 level and perhaps even higher. This company is one of those that you tuck away for a few months and come back to a nice surprise.
hopeful holder
17/2/2017
14:30
28th Feb is the payment date of first dividend.
charlieg11
17/2/2017
12:21
When do Van Elle payout on their first dividend?
philoosh
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