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We take a positive view of Legal & General’s FY 22 results. Despite the tough environment, the Group managed to outperform expectations – something which was hardly a given for such a large asset manager. With L&G being widely exposed to the UK economy, it might be a call one does not want to make but the firm’s business remains one of spreads – as long as a default does not occur. We remain positive but concede that L&G embeds more risk than we had assumed.
Companies: Legal & General Group Plc
Companies: Equals Group Plc
Companies: Alpha Group International PLC
M&G’s FY 22 results were strong. It was also the opportunity for new CEO Andrea Rossi to depict clearly his strategy for the upcoming months. While the impetus is clear and the objectives are ambitious, we rather believe in a structural improvement of the business (driven by the higher rates environment) than a commercial one.
Companies: M&G Plc
6 March 2023
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Companies: Real Estate Investors plc
2022 followed on from the strongest year for property in recent history, but Belvoir has, nevertheless, reported a robust set of full-year results further evidencing the power of its franchised model and strategy. FY 2022 revenue was up +14% (+2% like-for-like), gross profit up +6% and adj. PBT down -1% as the resilient Lettings income and expanding Financial Services business continued to grow (both +4% LFL), while housing Sales fell (-15% LFL) as market conditions weakened and administrative c
Companies: Belvoir Group PLC
Revenue rose 59% to £69.7m (consensus: £66.2m; Zeus forecast £65.0m); revenue per day rose 60% to £279k Equals Group’s 2022 results and 1Q trading update reaffirm our view on Equals’ valuation. It has made two bolt-on acquisitions, subject to regulatory approval, which add clear value. Organic growth remains strong: “revenues per working day so far in 2023 were £342k” up 52% yoy and up 13% on 4Q 2022.
Companies: LPA TSTL IQG BVXP BLV SAVE
14 March 2023
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This document has been issued to you by Hybridan LLP for information purposes only and should not be construed in any circumstances as an offer to sell or solicitation of any offer to buy any security or other financial instrument, nor shall it, or the fact of its distribution, form the basis of, or be relied upon in connection with, any contract relating to such action. This document has no regard for the specific investment objectiv
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Companies: Pollen Street PLC
Personal Group's FY22 results show good underlying growth in both API and ARR, with significant HoH EBITDA expansion also delivered in H2. The growth in its insurance book and increased levels of ARR provides high levels of visibility into 2023. Retention rates are high, the group has added 101 new clients and its expansion into the SME market is growing rapidly. Today's results demonstrate the clear benefits of the diversification of the model since 2019 and the ongoing relevance of its offerin
Companies: Personal Group Holdings Plc
Critical Metals is a British company that has acquired a 70% interest in a producing Molulu copper mine in the Katanga region of the DRC.
The focus of the company is in the natural resources sector in Africa focused on the strategic or critical metals as defined by the United States Government Survey list in Open-File Report 2018-1021 and the Critical Raw Minerals as defined by the European Commission.
The main catalysts for 2023 will be the announcement of the first sales of copper ore. This i
Companies: Critical Metals Plc
NAHL generated growth in both its Personal Injury (PI) and Critical Care divisions, the former despite a continuation of subdued market conditions – hence market share gains. Results were in line with our forecasts but with a significant reduction in net debt which is especially welcome in the current high interest rate environment. Group strategy remains intact and in PI that means building the embedded value of future cash flows in NAL while flexing enquiry placements to maximise cash generati
Companies: NAHL Group Plc
Companies: XPS Pensions Group Plc