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XPS Xps Pensions Group Plc

262.00
-2.00 (-0.76%)
Last Updated: 15:14:20
Delayed by 15 minutes
Xps Pensions Investors - XPS

Xps Pensions Investors - XPS

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Xps Pensions Group Plc XPS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-2.00 -0.76% 262.00 15:14:20
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
265.00 261.00 267.00 264.00
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GENERAL FINANCIAL

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Posted at 25/1/2024 07:16 by johnrxx99
XPS Pensions Group is a leading pension consulting and administration business focused on UK pension schemes. XPS combines expertise, insight and technology to address the needs of over 1,500 pension schemes and their sponsoring employers on an ongoing and project basis. They undertake pensions administration for over one million members and provide advisory services to schemes and corporate sponsors in respect of schemes of all sizes, including 81 with assets over £1bn.
Posted at 14/1/2023 06:43 by robsy2
That was quite a hike up yesterday on decent volume. Investors seeing the merits of a growing, non cyclical inflation proofed business
Posted at 24/11/2022 10:46 by robsy2
Me too Melody. I will follow up on this. Not good. Maybe they will do something on investor meet? Though i note that nothing is programmed as yet
Posted at 26/11/2021 14:58 by robsy2
Good investor preentation just now. Very encouraging. This is a resilient business with tons of work , solid reputation , winning market share , winning awards. Lots of earnings visibility, excellent cash flow, solid progressive dividend policy based around paying out 2/3 of after after tax profits , good organic growth, leverage reasonable,non-cyclical business, lots of growth drivers from tightening regulation, sufficient scale and reputation to take on the biggest clients like the BT pension scheme. Strong pipeline of new business.
On the negative side is that they seem to find it easier to improve turnover than EPS, so they need to drive efficiency somehow. Also the accounts are a bit messy , too many exceptionals.
The bulk of their work now is in private DB schemes which is a shrinking market though they say that DB schemes will still grow in financial terms right up the the mid 2030's before the numbers really tail off , but by then the pension money will be bigger still if held in Master Trusts , an area where they are growing fast already.
If they can focus on EPS and be shrewd about M&A then they should do really well as opposed to OK though OK is probably enough to keep me happy.
So, lots of reasons to invest here for me.
One to tuck away.
Posted at 22/10/2020 11:53 by lord mandelbaum
Another pleasing and steady RNS, hoping this predictability will appeal to more investors and take us higher.
Posted at 27/6/2019 17:00 by apfindley
Looking at the fall its tempting to climb on for a rebound.However, I'll do the same as others and put it on watch for now.looking at the rns today , and without researching the company yet, first impressions are that the rns sounds positive. But for the price to drop so drastically, after already starting a drift before today, it makes you wonder whats being missed by the rest of us, but that investors already aboard are aware of to warrant them to continue selling so heavily at this knockdown price. There's got to be a skeleton somewhere as you dont ditch a stock which yields good dividends for no reason.
Posted at 21/5/2019 20:17 by 97peter
Up again and as soon as it breaks 163 we will see 171-177p. Brewin Dolphin and XPS and other investor/pension providers are on the up!!
Posted at 05/3/2014 07:20 by loverat
Just picking up and correcting one more general comment here about action groups etc. I have little knowledge of the background here, apart from reading posts and it is correct to say action groups are often unsuccessful.

However I have personally come across several actions groups set up at very short notice which have been very successful. Amazing what investors etc can do when they want as I have seen at first hand. The key to success is establishing a set of clear objectives, being determined and publicity. Just thought I would mention that for future reference.
Posted at 12/2/2014 16:11 by larry335
Graham , and if all don't accept he will easily be able to pick up what he needs to get to 75% and delist leaving long term investors high and dry, still at no more outlay to him than £3.4m whatever happens. He will probably split the company when suddenly it becomes very profitable in about 12 months time and sell off making another fortune for himself.
Posted at 15/1/2014 23:33 by harvester
I had no knowledge of this co until today and therefore still have very little knowledge to contribute to your discussions .
However, it appears to me that the loading of £2.2 mill of exceptional losses into the account just seven days before the takeover attempt was designed to hide the turnround of the company . By front-loading these restructuring costs and before the benefits of the T-mobile contract come through it appears to be an attempt to short-change long-term investors.
I hold no shares in this company and have no vested interest in it . So far !

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