OCH - Olympia Capital Holdings Limited
Olympia Capital Holdings Ltd is a Kenya-based holding company. Its main investments are in companies dealing in the manufacture and sale of products used in the construction industry, such as floor tiles, adhesives, uPVC windows and door frames, cleaning chemicals, as well as fire prevention equipment, water pumps and real estate. Its subsidiary and affiliated companies include Dunlop Industries Limited, Olympia Capital Corporation (Proprietary) Limited, Kalahari Floor Tiles (Proprietary) Limited, Gaborone Enterprises (Proprietary) Limited, Avon Rubber Company Ltd and Mather & Platt (Kenya) Ltd.
|Last Trading Results||Growth & Valuation|
|Opening Price:||--||Earnings Per Share:||0.12|
|Day's Low Price:||2.30||Price/Earning Ratio:||20.00|
|Day's High Price:||2.50||Dividend Per Share:||--|
|Traded Volume:||700||Dividend Yield:||--|
|Number of Deals:||4||Shares Outstanding:||40m|
Monetary values are quoted in Kenyan Shilling (KES) unless otherwise stated
OCH Market Performance
OCH currently ranks 57th on the Nairobi Securities Exchange in terms of returns to investors with a year-to-date loss of 15.79%. Following OCH are C&G (-22.22%), HFCK (-26.74%), and HAFR (-33.33%). Shareholders are anxiously awaiting when Olympia Capital Holdings Limited will announce dividends to see whether they have gained something or not. Below is the historical trading trend of OCH, covering up to the last 10 trading sessions of activity.
Profile of Olympia Capital Holdings Limited
Olympia Capital Holdings Limited operates in the Investment sector. The company's board of directors is composed of seven members whose names are listed below.
- Dr. Christopher Obura
- Michael M. Matu
- Kenneth Kareithi
Chief Executive Officer
- John N. Simba
- Vincent H. L. Opanga
- David Kabeberi
- Suresh Lakhani
|Factsheet of Olympia Capital Holdings Limited|
Addis Ababa Road, Industrial Area, PO Box 30102-00100, Nairobi, Kenya
Industrial Stock Market Competitors
Olympia Capital Holdings Limited, issuers of the OCH stock on the Nairobi Securities Exchange, have two market competitors who are also engaged in the Investment sector. The table below gives you an overview of their market standing.
|ICDC||Centum Investment Company Limited||28.45b||42.25||-1.00|
|TCL||Trans Century Limited||1.86b||6.80||+0.00|