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Cambria Automobiles

Current Price 70.00p Bid 68.00p Ask 72.00p Change 0.00%
Last Updated: 18/02/2020 05:00. Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes.
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Company Overview

Cambria Automobiles plc was established in March 2006 and has built a balanced portfolio of high luxury, premium and volume car dealerships, comprising over 40 franchises representing major brands across the UK. The Group's businesses are autonomous and trade under local brand names, including County Motor Works, Dees, Doves, Grange, Invicta, Motorparks and Pure Triumph. The Group's strategy is to complement its existing franchise and brand portfolio by acquiring earnings enhancing operations, using its strong balance sheet and disciplined approach to capital allocation. Cambria's medium term ambition is to create a £1 billion turnover business producing attractive returns on capital.

Financial Highlights Year Ended 31/08/2019

Turnover
£657.78m
Operating Profit
£13.87m
Dividend Yield
1.57
Dividend Per Share
1.10
Dividend Cover
9.05
P/E Ratio
7.04

Key Personnel

Mark Jonathan James Lavery
Chief Executive Officer
Timothy Alex Duckers
Executive Director
James Anthony Mullins
Finance Director
Philip Hilary Swatman
Non-Executive Chairman
Paul Gerard Christopher McGill
Non-Executive Director
William Francis Charnley
Non-Executive Director
Michael Wallace Burt
Non-Executive Director

Stock Details

EPIC
CAMB
ISIN
GB00B4R32X65
Shares in Issue
100,000,000
Market cap
£70.00m

Analyst Views (0)

Strong Buy
 
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Buy
 
0.00%
Hold
 
0.00%
Sell
 
0.00%
Strong Sell
 
0.00%
The above information represents a selection of the views published in the last 120 days by analysts. It is subject to change without notice and doesn't reflect view held by Redmayne Bentley and is not advice.

Price Summary

Mid Price
0.00p
Bid Price
68.00p
Ask Price
72.00p
Volume
0
Change Today
0.00p
% Change Today
0.00%
Open
0.00p
Previous Close
70.00p
Intraday High
0.00p
Intraday Low
0.00p
52 Week High
71.50p
52 Week Low
52.50p
52 week high and low figures quoted above are calculated from intraday price data.

Intra-Day Chart

Cambria Automobiles Intra-day Chart

Assets (£m)

Data has been provided by AJ Bell

Reporting Date
31 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2018
Tangible Assets
85.3
67.1
Intangible Assets & Goodwill
21.5
21.5
Investments & Other Non-Current Assets
0.0
0.0
Total Non-Current Assets
106.8
88.6
Inventory
112.8
89.7
Trade & Receivables
12.1
11.4
Cash & Receivables
26.3
15.5
Other Current Assets & Assets Held for Resale
0.9
3.2
Total Assets
258.9
208.4

Liabilities (£m)

Data has been provided by AJ Bell

Reporting Date
31 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2018
Short Term Liabilities
161.9
129.5
Long Term Liabilities
31.4
22.2
Other Liabilities / Pension etc
0.0
0.0
Total Liabilities
193.3
151.8

Net Assets (£m)

Data has been provided by AJ Bell

Reporting Date
31 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2018
Net Assets
65.6
56.6

Equity (£m)

Data has been provided by AJ Bell

Reporting Date
31 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2018
Share Capital
10.0
10.0
Minority Interests
0.0
0.0
Retained Earnings
54.8
45.8
Share Premium Account
0.8
0.8
Other Equity
0.0
0.0
Total Equity
65.6
56.6

Cashflow (£m)

Data has been provided by AJ Bell

Reporting Date
31 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2018
Cashflow from Operating Activities
22.2
13.2
Cashflow Before Financing
3.3
-10.4
Increase / Decrease in Cash
10.8
-7.5

Income (£m)

Data has been provided by AJ Bell

Reporting Date
31 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2018
Turnover
657.8
630.1
Cost of Sales
582.7
558.9
Gross Profit
75.1
71.1
Operating Profit
13.9
10.2
Pre-Tax Profit
12.5
9.1
Profit / Loss for the Year
10.0
7.3

Dividend History

Data has been provided by AJ Bell

Period
Ex-Dividend Date
Payment Date
H2 Dividend
19 Dec 2019
17 Jan 2020
H1 Dividend
16 May 2019
14 Jun 2019
H2 Dividend
27 Dec 2018
21 Jan 2019
H1 Dividend
17 May 2018
15 Jun 2018
H2 Dividend
28 Dec 2017
21 Jan 2018
H1 Dividend
18 May 2017
16 Jun 2017
H2 Dividend
29 Dec 2016
20 Jan 2017
H1 Dividend
19 May 2016
17 Jun 2016
H2 Dividend
24 Dec 2015
21 Jan 2016
H1 Dividend
21 May 2015
17 Jun 2015
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