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FAN Volution Group Plc

3.60 (0.89%)
07 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Volution Group Plc LSE:FAN London Ordinary Share GB00BN3ZZ526 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.60 0.89% 408.40 260,438 16:35:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
402.40 406.00 409.20 396.80 409.20
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Equip Rental & Leasing, Nec 328.01M 37.37M 0.1892 21.46 801.97M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:22:46 O 3 401.80 GBX

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Posted at 07/12/2023 08:20 by Volution Daily Update
Volution Group Plc is listed in the Equip Rental & Leasing, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FAN. The last closing price for Volution was 404.80p.
Volution currently has 197,528,900 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Volution is £801,967,334.
Volution has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 21.46.
This morning FAN shares opened at 409.20p
Posted at 04/7/2023 13:46 by philanderer
Marlborough’s Hallett turns up the heat on Volution

Marlborough manager Richard Hallett has added to his position in ventilation group Volution (FAN) as air quality and energy efficiency become a key building concern.

Hallett holds the stock in his £185m Marlborough Multi Cap Growth fund, and in a recent outlook said he had upped his position in the Citywire Elite Companies AA-rated stock, which traded sideways at 378p on Monday.

‘One small-cap we have added to is Volution Group, which supplies the construction industry with market-leading ventilation equipment to increase energy efficiency and avoid air quality problems in modern, highly insulated homes,’ Hallett said.

‘The company has made several sensible acquisitions and is growing its market share.’

When picking stocks, Hallett said that he employs ‘very stringent criteria to select stocks for the fund’.

‘We look for companies that have a sustainable competitive advantage in a sector underpinned by a long-term structural growth trend,’ he said.

‘We believe these businesses should be able to maintain their growth trajectories irrespective of the wider economic backdrop, and this is what appears to be happening in the vast majority of cases.’
Posted at 23/6/2023 09:32 by richsawko
Can someone explain the crazy price movements of this share as I am somewhat confused by it. They reported excellent results and forward order book and yet plummeted by almost 30%
Posted at 13/12/2022 16:17 by welshblade1
Anyone know why share price is so badly down today when market green everywhere else
Posted at 07/10/2022 09:54 by philanderer
Volution can close valuation gap, says Berenberg

Ventilation group Volution (FAN) has delivered strong 2022 numbers and Berenberg believes this puts it on track to narrow the valuation gap with its European peers.

Analyst Lushanthan Mahendrarajah retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 460p on the stock, which was trading 5.9% higher at 325p on Thursday afternoon.

‘Volution has released strong full-year 2022 numbers, with earnings per share 2% above consensus expectations,’ said Mahendrarajah.

‘While we make limited changes to our forecasts as we continue to be wary about end-markets, Volution’s current trading remains robust, and we believe the group is very well positioned given its sector-leading pricing power, regulatory tailwinds, an increasing focus on indoor air quality and its strong balance sheet.’

Mahendrarajah added the group continues to build on a strong track record and he now expects ‘the valuation gap versus European heating, ventilation and air-conditioning peers to narrow’.
Posted at 06/10/2022 13:10 by kalai1
Volution Group plc posted solid FY22 results today. Revenue was up 12.9% to £307.7m, adjusted EPS was up 14.3% to 24.0p delivering a compounded annual growth rate of 13.4% since IPO in 2014. The Group's product and geographic diversification was further increased in the year, with non-UK customers now representing 61.6% of revenue. The new financial year has also started well, delivering revenue and profit ahead of the same period last year, management expect to make further progress in the year ahead. Valuation is average and the share price remains in a 10 month correction for now. A decent company, but a share to monitor for now...

...from WealthOracle

Posted at 17/2/2022 17:39 by km18
...from last year...

Company overview:
Volution Group plc is a supplier of ventilation products to residential and commercial construction markets in UK and northern Europe. Their focus is on design, manufacturing and distribution of unitary and systems ventilation products and equipment. In addition, Volution has a full production line of motors and components for air movement applications and gas boilers. Company’s purpose is to provide healthy indoor air in line with health, regulatory and consumer developments. Volution is spending on average 2.4% of their yearly revenue on innovation for the benefit of the client and the environment, while 81% of their revenue is generated by products made in house.
Continuous development of new products has generated an 11% 5-year revenue CAGR. Impact of Covid 19 has been partially mitigated by their geographical diversification, and liquidity for last year was boosted by record cash generation. First half of 2021 was characterised by 7.5% organic revenue growth and great sustainability levels as company got closer to target revenue from low-carbon products and percentage of recycled plastic used in products. Volution is expecting earnings for FY21 to be ahead of expectations, driven by strong growth in all markets. Total revenue is expected to be in the region of £270 million – 15% more than FY19 results....from WealthOracleAM
Posted at 12/10/2021 12:05 by philanderer
Peel Hunt downgrades Volution after strong run

Peel Hunt has downgraded Volution (FAN) after a strong showing from the ventilation group left the shares with less than 10% upside, according to the broker’s estimates.

Analyst Clyde Lewis downgraded his recommendation from ‘buy’ to ‘add’ and increased the target price from 495p to 510p on the stock, which was down 1.3%, or 6p, at 461p at Monday’s close of trading.

Lewis said full-year results were ‘as expected’, with profit soaring 70% to £53m.

‘While supply costs and pressures are persisting into the current year, we believe the underlying market strength should allow full recovery from higher prices,’ he said.

‘Over the medium term, the regulatory tailwinds should continue to provide healthy support for the group.’

However, Lewis said despite the raised target price there was ‘less than 10% upside’, prompting him to lower his recommendation.
Posted at 08/10/2021 10:52 by philanderer
Liberum is a fan of ‘well-placed’ Volution

Ventilation group Volution (FAN) has restored its margins and continues to resolve the challenges it faces, says Liberum.

Analyst Charlie Campbell retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 560p on the stock, which dipped 1.8%, or 8.5p, to close at 466p yesterday.

He said the 2021 results showed ‘it achieved its target of restoring margins back above 20% and did this despite supply chain disruption in the second half’.
‘We leave our estimates unchanged as supply challenges continue to be resolved and cost pressures mitigated by price rises,’ said Campbell.

He said the group has made progress on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) targets and is ‘very well-placed to win from tightening building regulations and a growing awareness of the importance of ventilation into buildings’.
Posted at 03/8/2021 09:21 by jeff h
Volution rerating to continue, says Liberum
Liberum has upped its price target on Volution Group (FAN) after the supplier of ventilation products announced strong second-half trading.

Analyst Charlie Campbell maintained his ‘buy’ recommendation on Volution – for which Liberum acts as corporate broker – and raised his target target from 377p to 520p, after the company reported strong trading in the year to 31 July last month.

Earnings per share guidance was 8% of Campbell’s estimate, as margins held up in the latter half of the financial year despite input cost pressures.

‘UK sales are back to 2019 levels and growth continues elsewhere, notably Australasia, which saw 35% organic growth. Leverage is now only 1.0x, enabling continuing consolidation of the European residential ventilation market,’ said Campbell.

‘We expect the rerating for Volution’s ESG credentials and acquisition track record to endure,’ he added.

The shares closed up 0.7%, or 3.5p, at 476p on Monday.
Posted at 11/5/2021 13:37 by philanderer
"From fridges to fans: AO launches major recycling initiative with Volution Group"

Plastic will be extracted from tens of thousands of used fridges every year for use in ventilation fans, company said
Online electricals retailer AO has announced it will recycle plastic from old fridges for use in energy saving ventilation products, as part of a new effort to cut down on waste and establish a more circular business model.

The firm said it will extract high impact polystyrene (HIPS) from approximately 63,000 used fridges every year and supply it to domestic ventilation fan company Volution Group for use as components in energy saving systems.

The plastic will be collected, cleaned, and refined into reusable material at a plastic recycling plant opened by AO in Telford, Shropshire last year, according to the update.

Volution Group business development director, Lee Nurse, said the partnership would also help the company meet its recycled materials targets. "With Volution Group having a target of 90 per cent of the plastics we use in our facilities to come from recycled sources by 2025, this is a huge step towards us fulfilling our goal," he said. "The components made will also form part of our centralised heat recovery systems helping to provide energy saving ventilation solutions into new build housing."
Volution share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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