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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
W.h. Ireland Group Plc LSE:WHI London Ordinary Share GB0009241885 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 38.00 37.00 39.00 38.00 38.00 38.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 21.6 -3.3 -7.1 - 24

W.h. Ireland Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/6/2022
11:26
The closure of the Cardiff branch has gone under the radar with the media.
gbread
21/6/2022
12:34
Looks like the Mail a bit wide of the mark with that bid story.. I wonder who planted that..
gargoyle2
06/6/2022
12:42
https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-10885285/STOCKS-WATCH-David-Rosso-Ross-quids-WH-Ireland-broken-up.html
gargoyle2
06/6/2022
12:20
Cheers, thanks ALS
cwa1
06/6/2022
11:40
Apparently there is a rumour of a takeover for £50m in the Mail at the weekend.
arthur_lame_stocks
06/6/2022
11:34
Tipped somewhere over the weekend maybe.
gargoyle2
06/6/2022
08:09
Aye, aye: what's "up" here? I hadn't realised that it was permitted by the stock exchange for this stock to move in an upwards direction! This is VERY suspicious and hopefully won't last too long due to its blood pressure raising effect...
cwa1
23/5/2022
11:04
Where's the year end trading update? 4 May last year.
gargoyle2
23/5/2022
10:47
Polygon must be asking themselves how they ever got involved with this basket case
gargoyle2
16/5/2022
11:32
WHI paid £7.8m to acquire Harpsden It added 14% to their AUM, increasing it by £250m to £2bn At the interims in December AUM was up to £2.4bn (assumed lower now) At £25m today , the Harpsden acquisition cost more than 30% of the mkt cap So is the share price undervalued? or did they overpay for Harpsden?
davydoo
10/5/2022
10:17
More 'investment'... at a cost of, say, £1 million a year in salaries? Would be good to know when shareholders are going to see a return!
gargoyle2
10/5/2022
07:29
https://www.investegate.co.uk/w.h.-ireland-group--whi-/rns/new-debt-capital-markets-business/202205100700058342K/
cwa1
17/2/2022
14:23
Small director purchase... https://www.investegate.co.uk/w.h.-ireland-group--whi-/rns/pdmr-shareholdings/202202171123040295C/
cwa1
11/2/2022
17:34
LOL, of course it was them ;-) Still left with just under 5%, which they can hardly be committed to...
cwa1
11/2/2022
16:51
M&G the seller -- they've taken a fairly hefty loss on that, I think. Surprised, I thought it would have been Oceanwood.
gargoyle2
11/2/2022
16:44
Well, it seems like there were precisely 2 people interested in that holding announcement this morning :-) Ho hum. I'd also be interested to see who the seller was. There's only 3 holders big enough for it to be and the most logical, as mentioned above, would be Oceanwood. It also is within a whisker of their total holding anyway, so my guess is they are now out: lock, stock and barrel. Of course I could be wrong and it is one of the other two. Shouldn't be long until we find out. Will also be very interested to see what they intend to do with their stake. My guess is that they won't be entirely passive holders...
cwa1
11/2/2022
08:01
Hmmmm. Now that IS interesting :-)
cwa1
11/2/2022
07:21
Mountain Berg now has a 9.8% stake. Apparently an investment vehicle of David Ross, Carphone Warehouse founder.. could be interesting.
gargoyle2
09/2/2022
21:58
Oceanwood exiting maybe?
gargoyle2
09/2/2022
17:29
Chunky trade(s) today. Just a cross(looks possible), or something more interesting?
cwa1
09/12/2021
09:33
WH Ireland (WHI) interim results overview by CEO, Phillip Wale - December 2021 WH Ireland’s CEO Phillip Wale presents a short overview of the Group’s half year results for the six months ended 30 September 2021. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/wh-ireland-whi-interim-results-overview-by-ceo-phillip-wale-december-2021/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/wh-ireland-whi-interim-results-overview-by-ceo-phillip-wale-december-2021/
tomps2
08/12/2021
17:59
I’ve watched the results webcast. Seems like the business is in better shape than it was two years ago, but still reliant on acquisitions for growth. Those will inevitably involve raising new equity imo (I’ve lost count of the number of new capital raises WHI has done in the last 5 years), in which presumably Polygon, M&G and the directors will get to participate at a nice discount. The webcast talks of lots on ‘investment217; in both divisions, but that really just means hiring more people. When is that going to stop, so that long-suffering shareholders can start to see the benefit? I forget when Polygon first invested here (2015?) – I wonder if they knew then that they would still not have exited nearly 7 year later. Surely they must be selling out soon?! I live in hope.
gargoyle2
08/12/2021
08:38
WH Ireland (WHI) interim results presentation - December 2021 WH Ireland CEO, Phillip Wale, CEO, Chairman, Phil Shelley, CFO, Simon Jackson & Head of Wealth Management, Stephen Ford, present the interim results for the period ended 30th September 2021. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/wh-ireland-whi-interim-results-presentation/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/wh-ireland-whi-interim-results-presentation-december-2021/
tomps2
23/11/2021
11:29
Still no sign of the interims, even though I've asked the company. Director buying at 40p, 48p and 58p over the last year, so I assume the results will show continued strong progress..
gargoyle2
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