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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% 31.00 30.00 32.00 31.00 30.50 30.50 50,000 08:00:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 32.0 0.0 0.1 238.5 19

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28/7/2014
10:15
Beginning to show good upward momentum again after the sideways consolidation. The recent article by Simon T in the IC has a fair value target of 180p. He also mentioned the Equity Development sum-of-the-parts valuation of 227p.
protean
28/7/2014
08:38
A good chance of a retest of the recent highs of 140 to come soon
bigdazzler
25/7/2014
09:40
Yep cheers that worked. There was a piece in the FT this morning about proposed changes in the way brokers are allowed to charge, the short of it being small brokers could have a tough time, scale will be important, it lends weight to the corporate activity theory. ....Charges for trading shares are bundled with the cost of broker research for fund managers. The FCA wants to separate these payments to reduce conflicts of interest, clarify the costs being incurred and ensure investors get a better deal. Martin Wheatley, chief executive of the FCA, said earlier this month that bundling "reduces transparency and created a link between research spend and trading volume, without a clear assessment of the value this offers to investors". The proposed reforms have triggered warnings that London's competitiveness as a financial centre could be put at risk by the changes, squeezing the profits of smaller asset managers and putting some small brokers out of business. Robert Talbut, chief investment officer at Royal London Asset Management, said: "You need to implement this reform on a global and consistent basis otherwise it would make asset managers in London less competitive relative to New York or Singapore." The chief executive of a boutique investment bank said: "This could be the end of the small and mid-cap brokers – not in the next six months but perhaps over three years.".....
paleje
24/7/2014
09:41
http://www.polygoninv.com/our-strategies/european-event-driven-equities any better?
gargoyle2
24/7/2014
09:40
That link seems glitched, Gargoyle2, but no worries the gyst is clear, happy to hold.
paleje
24/7/2014
09:01
Yes, paleje. That puts him on a similar structured share package to the CEO now. I thought yesterday's post-market close holdings announcement was interesting too. 10% shareholding bought (by way of CFD) by Polygon. Their strategy is here: http://www.polygoninv.com/our-strategies/european-event-driven-equities. Note the reference to "event driven equities" and, in particular, (1) M&A: favouring hostile, cross-border or otherwise complex transactions more likely to be misunderstood by the market, and (2) special situations: "piggybacking" on corporate activism and/or pre-deal opportunities. An 'event driven' approach to investment is the same terminology adopted by Oceanwood Capital, who took a 5% stake last November. See my posts at 1642 and 1667. I reckon they are banking on some corporate activity. Wouldn't surprise me at all if this was taken out. Really cheap on an AUM valuation – see Paul Scott recently. Definitely think we'll be back up to and past the March highs pretty soon.
gargoyle2
24/7/2014
08:27
Nice opening option package for the FD, let's hope he gets to exercise them at nil cost.
paleje
21/7/2014
14:48
Good commentary by Paul Scott (in the other place) today. WHI still pricey on a PER basis, but looking cheap on an AUM basis. I'm happy to remain a holder here.
gargoyle2
21/7/2014
13:44
Nice write up in the investors chronicle: http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2014/07/21/comment/simon-thompson/broking-for-bumper-profits-OBNsS21mnqKsFikv0BRtyJ/article.html Should see the share price heading north
hgr
21/7/2014
11:55
It's a good article and thanks Gargoyle2, agree ready and waiting in the main part but still, good research. Odd thing is people are selling when it seems to me that numbers are going to continue to improve and, barring some catastrophe (I don't think Labour is as big a threat at they make out) the best will come in FY2015 which kicks off in just over 4 months. Look ahead:)
paleje
21/7/2014
10:59
Most of this very interesting article smacks of having been written beforehand. If they had been at odds to previous signals there might have been a delay in publication. I think these results were anticipated which is why there has been some profit-taking.
peter27
21/7/2014
10:22
These lads are fast workers -results only came out at 7am. Or perhaps they have done a bit of work before having had access?
meijiman
21/7/2014
08:39
http://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/doc/1232.pdf
gargoyle2
21/7/2014
08:33
Happy enough with interims, market disinterested:) Revenue up over 12%, corporate client numbers up from 84 to 92, repeat revenue up over 9%, reorganisation going well, FY 2015 to see the full benefits of cost savings with additional growth reflecting in bottom line.
paleje
07/7/2014
09:17
Express has a small piece about the strength of IPOs in the year to June although they don't mention that some have been pulled and some have under-performed expectations. If the trend is weakening then the fat success fees will too but the corporate broking should still prosper and, in our case, wealth management seems to be flourishing with IoM now up and running, a new office in Milton Keynes and additional hires to London office (poached from the competition). I noticed in this morning's press GS are expanding their private client wealth management division globally. Published: Mon, July 7, 2014 Aim market, stock exchangeLondon's junior stock exchange has enjoyed its best year yet[GETTY] Some 82 firms raised £2.4billion in initial public offerings (IPOs) in the year to June compared with £834million from 46 companies floating during the past year according to accountants UHY Hacker Young. Businesses joining the exchange over the past three months include shoe retailer Shoe Zone and cake and coffee chain Patisserie Valerie. The number of companies delisting from AIM was 70 providing a net gain of 12 – the first time that there has been growth since before the credit crunch. UHY partner Colin Wright said: "Investors are more willing to put money into AIM-listed companies than at any time over the past five years. They appear to be more confident of a return on investment from these junior market companies." http://www.express.co.uk/finance/city/487195/Confidence-grows-as-AIM-floats-deliver
paleje
23/6/2014
11:10
Modestly worded but good to hear 2013 growth pattern is continuing I thought, probably overshadowed by the Cenkos announcement which was very bullish. Interims next month should provide a better indication.
paleje
12/5/2014
18:03
5.12% -- that's a nice chunk that JPM have just taken. Bodes well imo. Nice buy point on the chart too imo.
gargoyle2
14/4/2014
20:40
Hi, My email is ij23jaynick@outlook.com Thanks and regards,
investigative journalist
12/4/2014
16:33
I am following a lead that W.H.I. are exposed to a potential legal dispute with a leading London city broker over a failure to deliver contract claim. This may explain the recent fall in the W.H.I. share price. I am seeking to make contact with anyone that may be able to assist me in obtaining more information. I am not a shareholder and not a shorter. Thanks
investigative journalist
31/3/2014
17:00
Having sold at 137 , i've bought a small amount 9000 @ 120.90 as i think this is good for a short term (one year or less punt). Don't like HL. and reckon this has good growth prospects now it has settled down a bit. Wary of others in this sector.
tanelorn
20/3/2014
14:08
Why does that piece of news 'say it all'?
gargoyle2
20/3/2014
13:57
Says it all really. Pump up and soon will dump dump dump . Basic earnings per share of 4.80p (2012: loss 0.89p)
hvs
20/3/2014
13:31
http://www.investegate.co.uk/sirius-minerals-plc--sxx-/rns/appointment-of-wh-ireland-as-joint-broker/201403200700077308C/ Appointed as joint broker to Sirius Minerals.
gargoyle2
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