Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Westminster LSE:WSG London Ordinary Share GB00B1XLC220 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -3.33% 14.50p 14.00p 15.00p 15.00p 14.50p 15.00p 256,001 09:56:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4.4 -2.0 -2.5 - 16.42

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/9/2017
10:55
Graham - excellent post and well researched!! it's the only thing to laugh or even smile about with this share at the moment
joesoap3
18/9/2017
10:23
graham....best post for ages. you should really be a research analyst...!!
here and there
16/9/2017
14:31
You're a nomad, if PF tried to RNS'd that would you authorise it. I thought all the rampers on lse were desperate but you win posting that at 8am. Lol
tax dodge
16/9/2017
08:00
It's Heathrow. How do I know. 1) it has 4m passengers a day, which fits exactly 2) there are high level ministerial contacts with the Queen who is a local resident 3) the Queen is German and probably a shadow director of the new German subsidiary 4) there is a port nearby, Southampton, which has a ferry service nearby to the Isle of Wight 5) the secret clue is in the name Westminster, as the Duke of Westminster was at prep school with PF 6) Heathrow is in the Middle East of the UK ( that discounts Stansted which would just be East) 7) it all falls into place now
graham1ty
15/9/2017
07:42
Research analyst - Another extract from rns that shows why this isn't Kuwait 'Recent events regarding airport security have added impetus to the customer. The transaction is now expected to cover a wider range of airports in addition to the main international airport. Furthermore, in the event that the contract is finalised, which at this juncture is not guaranteed, it is expected to include a wider range of adjacent services which could further increase revenue potential and a significant amount of recent activity has centred on the associated supply chain' Only one civil airport in Kuwait, all others are military. Dont wish to be rude but your research Needs a lot more depth. Have a look at Jordon
ianb5004
15/9/2017
05:29
How's the Oman and Egypt roll out going?
deanowls
14/9/2017
21:47
Was the 'Roll out to other smaller airports' Rns'd. Or a potential smoke screen to throw off the scent
jax101
14/9/2017
18:38
Research analyst, They wont be paying the company £35m pa if it is wsg. The wsg model means it costs the aviation company zero, the passengers pay a security levy inc in the airline ticket and that is wsg revenue.
ianb5004
14/9/2017
18:37
Research analyst, They wont be paying the company £35m pa if it is wsg. The wsg model means it costs the aviation company zero, the passengers pay a security levy inc in the airline ticket and that is wsg revenue.
ianb5004
14/9/2017
14:30
Implementation and carrying out contract is a bit different from setting up infrastructure and supply chain so i think you are probably wrong on this one.......quite happy to be proved wrong but I find the evidence pointing to Jordan a bit more convincing atm. Nice research though just don't agree with your conclusion
here and there
14/9/2017
14:17
Volume would suggest your Ping is unlikely to hold someuwin.
john henry
14/9/2017
13:47
researchanalyst, what about the roll out to other smaller airports. Kuwait?
john henry
14/9/2017
13:44
HERE AND THERE, allow me to refer you to the company's 5th of June 2017 announcement (Final Results): "In this respect, we have invested considerable time, effort, and expense in progressing several large scale long term potential opportunities." "Amongst such opportunities in progress are those for which we have previously announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding and others that are approaching that stage, including our previously announced major long term airport security project opportunity within the Middle East." "Substantial progress has been achieved towards closing this opportunity which is expected to result in annual revenues in excess of £35m." "With regard to the Middle East project opportunity, the Company has been actively preparing the required support structures and infrastructure necessary to deliver the projects, including organising a complex supply chain and other required resources." HERE AND THERE, focus on the fourth paragraph, I believe the company is referring to field trials - an essential prerequisite ahead of any material contract. Thus, the 'security checks' on planes are merely field trials. If successful, then a contract can be signed. I don't know about you, but, if I was about to start paying a company £35m plus per annum for 15 years, I would insist on field trials... Https://www.investegate.co.uk/westminster-group--wsg-/rns/final-results/201706050700030858H/ .
researchanalyst1
14/9/2017
13:34
Cheers researchanalyst1 - great post!
someuwin
14/9/2017
13:16
the British company has been carrying out security checks on planes already causing delays so it cannot be WSG otherwise that would imply contract has started
here and there
14/9/2017
11:56
RESEARCH BREAKTHROUGH... Howard Stanley Marks, the serial value investor and founder of the multibillion, wealth management firm Oaktree Capital Management, once opined that: "All intelligent investing is value investing; acquiring an asset for less than its value means seeing what everyone else sees and thinking what no one else thinks." Now, put on your investment caps and follow me. • On the 08th of May 2016, Westminster Group made the following announcement: “Westminster's aviation security subsidiary, Westminster Aviation Security Services, has signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a Middle East Civil Aviation Authority for the provision of long term (up to 25 years) aviation security services at a significant international airport within the country concerned serving several million passengers annually.” “In view of the heightened security threat worldwide, together with the strategic importance and forecast growth of the airport in question, the country's Civil Aviation Authority recognised the need to urgently improve airport security and equally recognised WASS's experience and expertise in this field.” • On the 26th of May 2016, Westminster Group made the following announcement: “Westminster's aviation security subsidiary, Westminster Aviation Security Services, is pleased to announce it has now received a Letter of Intent from a Middle East Airport Authority relating to a long term airport security contract.” “In March 2016 the Company announced that WASS had signed a new Memorandum of Understanding with a Middle East Civil Aviation Authority for the provision of long term (up to 25 years) aviation security services at a significant international airport. Following the signing of the MoU, the Company undertook and completed a gap analysis review of the airport concerned and subsequently commenced contract negotiations.” “This project represents a major growth opportunity not only for Westminster, but is also significant for the United Kingdom and consequently we are working closely in conjunction with the UK Government as it has its own specific hurdles to overcome prior to contract finalisation.” The key references I would like you to focus on from those two announcements are: • “A Middle East Civil Aviation Authority…” • “A significant international airport…” • “Completed a gap analysis review of the airport concerned…” • “We are working closely in conjunction with the UK Government as it has its own specific hurdles to overcome prior to contract finalisation.” Now, anyone heard of the DGCA? You know, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation? It’s the operator of the Kuwait International Airport (KIA). Anyone? Http://www.airport-technology.com/projects/kuwait-international-airport-new-terminal/ As indicated in the link above, the DGCA penned a $4.3bn contract (on the 12th of May 2017…) with British firms Foster & Partners (design) and the Arup Group (project management), and Turkish firm Limak (construction) to build a new passenger terminal at Kuwait International Airport that will accommodate 13 million additional passengers. But are you aware that Arup and Fosters consulted a British security firm in 2016 with regards to certain design elements of the project? Was this WSG? And was this part of the aforementioned gap analysis? See below (log on required…) Http://www.janesairport360.com/article/9124/kuwait-breaks-ground-on-new-terminal Here’s the real kicker though… Are you aware that on the 15th of August 2017, only 4 weeks ago, the Director General of the DGCA Yousef Al-Fawzan, finally revealed that a British company will be in charge of carrying out all the security-related tasks of the airport? See the third paragraph. Http://www.arabtimesonline.com/news/security-enhanced-kuwait-international-airport-due-daesh-threats/ Better still, are you aware that on the 10th of July 2017, only 8 weeks ago, the Kuwait acting Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah received UK's National Security Advisor Mark Sedwill at Bayan Palace? Http://www.kuna.net.kw/ArticleDetails.aspx?id=2623159&language=en And what were they discussing? Well, read below and imagine the unimaginable… Http://news.kuwaittimes.net/website/amir-meets-united-kingdoms-national-security-advisor/ Fellow investors, I’ll cut to the chase… I strongly believe that the ‘Middle East Civil Aviation Authority’ mentioned in the announcements is the DGCA and that the significant international airport is, indeed, Kuwait International Airport. Furthermore, I believe an announcement on the substantial deal is imminent. Click the link below and read ‘Newswatch’ at the bottom of the first page then follow it through to page 9. Http://www.arabtimesonline.com/wp-content/uploads/pdf/2017/aug/15/ATKWT20170815.pdf And when the shares finally begin to re-rate shortly, and you bark the unsavoury but apt remark, “What the ….", remember where you read it first. .
researchanalyst1
12/9/2017
20:08
The only people who do not realise it is such a good trading share are the Board. The obvious thing would have been to issue the bullish AGM statement, get the price up to 18p, then issue new shares at 15p. Having failed to do that, in the absence of a contract, the fundraising is going to be at closer to 12p.....or 10p again
graham1ty
12/9/2017
19:04
yeah, makes a great story to trade every time though as it gets them every time, just wish I'd realised it earlier
threeputt
10/9/2017
17:21
Someone on LSE saying "WSG also runs a charitable Trust. Brownie points there" It only takes one minute to see that the Trust had income of £4481 in its last accounts ( covering 15 months) and spent.......£1500 of which £1275 was "shipment of goods". The only actual donation was £225 !!!!! You could not make it up. Brownie points ? Or complete-pretending-to-do-good points ?
graham1ty
10/9/2017
13:16
There is an article saying travellers are going to Guinea to get flights to Europe as the taxes at Lungi are so high. Also Air Maroc offering free ferry tickets with air tickets. Is this WSG just trying to drum up business ?
graham1ty
10/9/2017
11:24
hxxp://awoko.org/2017/08/21/sierra-leone-business-foreign-travel-just-got-more-expensive-as-ticket-tax-becomes-law/
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