W.h. Ireland Dividends - WHI

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
W.h. Ireland Group Plc WHI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 58.00 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
58.00 58.00 58.00 58.00 58.00
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W.h. Ireland WHI Dividends History

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gargoyle2: Charles Stanley sold to a US buyer. About time Polygon found a buyer for WHI too imo.
tomps2: WHI Full Year 21 results overview Phillip Wale, CEO, and Stephen Ford, Head of Wealth Management give an overview of FY21, the year ended 31st March. A strong performance from the Capital Markets Division and continued progress in Wealth Management has delivered the first profit in five years and has enabled considerable investment across the Group to ensure future growth. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/wh-ireland-whi-full-year-2021-results-overview/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/wh-ireland-whi-full-year-2021-results-overview/
tomps2: WHIreland to acquire Harpsden Wealth Management who have £250m AUM, and £140m assets under influence. Harpsden reported Revenue of £2.9m. Cost synergies expected of £0.6m. Assuming no further changes, the aquisition would increase WHI's pro forma AUM by 14% to £2bn. Total consideration £7.8m. Placing to raise gross proceeds of c £5.3m at 40p per share. Here Phillip Wales, CEO & Stephen Ford, Executive Director, Head of Wealth Management outline the WHI plan for growth, and where the Harpsden Wealth Management acquisition fits into that. Video: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2020/11/30/whireland-whi-conditional-acquisition-of-harpsden/ Podcast: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/podcasts/
tomps2: WHI H1 20 results overview by Phillip Wale, CEO. Profit for the first time in 5 years. Video: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2020/10/27/whireland-whi-half-year-results-overview-october-2020/ Podcast: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/podcasts/
tomps2: WH Ireland (WHI) CEO, Phillip Wale gives an overview of FY20 results: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2020/07/09/whireland-whi-full-year-results-overview-july-2020/ Costs reducing, have returned to profit in Q1 21, so delivering as promised. Turnaround on track.
tomps2: Video: WHI H1 19 overview. CEO, Phillip Whale outlines what's been achieved since he joined WHI about a year ago and how his strategy is starting to show in the results. He updates on the board appointments. Further, discusses the proposed placing to raise a minimum £2.5m, announced today. Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2019/11/06/whireland-whi-h1-results-november-2019/
tomps2: WHI FY19 results overview by Phillip Wale, CEO Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2019/07/31/whireland-whi-full-year-results-july-2019/ Executing on the plan: reducing costs, retiring legacy systems and improving earnings across both divisions.
arthur_lame_stocks: I was just looking at the two major shareholders here. They both focus on corporate activism, mergers and acquisitions/disposals and the like. Basically I expect WHI to get sold sooner or later and there is talk of a lot of corporate action in the market. That said the shares don't currently look all that cheap given the poor performance over the last few years so i'm not sure it's worth joining them in an investment.
gargoyle2: Killingbeck has 910,000 shares here, which I'm guessing he'll want to get rid of, now that he has no control over what's going on at WHI (if, indeed, he ever did). Could be a drag on the share price for a while. Now trading below the recent placing price.
gargoyle2: Simon Thompson (IC): There has been some important newsflow from Aim-traded shares in WH Ireland (WHI:107p), a corporate brokerage and private client wealth manager. Firstly, 21.86 per cent shareholder Kuwaiti European Holding has exited. Its holding of 6.52m shares has been effectively acquired by existing shareholders Oceanwood Capital Management and Polygon Global Partners, and new shareholder M&G Investments. The three institutions are also backing a £2m placing of new shares at 100p to increase WH Ireland’s core tier 1 capital ratio (11.2 per cent at end of March 2018) and ensure the company has adequate resources in place to comply with the FCA’s capital adequacy requirements. The fundraising bolsters pro-forma net funds to almost £9.5m, and is subject to shareholder approval at a general meeting on 10 October. Their backing is significant as it comes after WH Ireland posted a thumping £2m operating loss in the last four months of the 16-month reporting period to end-March 2018 (new financial year-end) due to the resolution of legacy issues as part of a major restructuring of its private wealth management arm. I certainly wasn’t anticipating that, nor was the market. I wasn’t expecting chief executive Richard Killingbeck to depart either. He is being replaced by former Panmure Gordon boss Phillip Wale. WH Ireland had previously reported an underlying operating profit of £423,000 on revenue of £28.5m in the 12 months to end November 2017. The company incurred around £2.5m of restructuring costs in the 16 months to end-March 2018 with the aim of generating £2m-worth of cost savings in the current financial year by targeting a greater proportion of higher-margin discretionary (accounting for more than two-fifths of assets under management of £2.56bn) and fee-paying execution-only mandates (a third of the total). Clearly, Oceanwood, Polygon and M&G are taking the view that with the restructuring now complete, trading conditions more benign since the start of April and monthly fee income of £1.3m equating to 55 per cent of overall revenue, WH Ireland is finally in a position to capitalise on the hefty investment it has made in its platforms and IT infrastructure and create a scalable business. Understandably, other investors have had concerns with the management changes and the hefty loss reported, which is why the shares are down by around 7 per cent since I last covered the company ('Running gains’, 21 May 2018). However, M&G Capital’s emergence on the share register with a 14.2 per cent stake is very interesting at this stage and is clearly a vote of confidence in the business. The fund manager wouldn't have taken such a large new position without having a degree of confidence that WH Ireland has turned the corner. We will have to await the half-year trading update from the company to ascertain whether that is the case. So, having first advised buying WH Ireland's shares at 68p ('Broking for success', 1 August 2011), it makes sense to continue to hold on to your shares. Hold.
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