Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Acp Mezzanine LSE:ACPM London Ordinary Share GB00B18J0278 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 € +0.00% 0.001 € 0.00 € 0.00 € - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 23.0 16.8 7.2 0.0 0.24

ACP Mezzanine Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/4/2010
13:01
in rns mid March 2010: as at 31.12.09 Consolidated cash and cash equivalents at the balance sheet date of €5.72 million (cf 2008: €11.78 million).
andrbea
01/4/2010
12:29
why not bring some new management in, eg as an investment play in the resources sector. Seems to be a cash shell right now with no business model since the returns of capital anno 2009. If they do intend to carry on as before I would have expected news of (new) financial investments by now the dribbles of revenue and the small mkt cap can't IMO justify keeping the listing open thru' 2010 & 2011. nia dyor
andrbea
25/2/2010
23:11
Market cap of £165k!
goz1986
17/2/2010
15:27
they have 30% of the p-folio left what do they intend to do, going forward? Make new investments and build it up again, or stop business entirely, eg new business model. why dispose of 70% of the p-folio?
andrbea
25/1/2010
15:50
picked this one up from a holdings rns. what are we looking at here? a cash shell that has no debt etc and may make a purchase...
goz1986
11/1/2010
16:11
going up again.... we need the nav (some time in January 2010) and details of the next payout (see post 22) to know if we're undervalued or not (SP plummeted in 2009, as capital was returned)
andrbea
23/12/2009
16:02
in their next trading update, a clear picture please on where they're heading we've seen a fall in share price of two-thirds in a month explained of course by the return of capital but do they intend to grow the company in 2010 (eg buy more assets) or just sell off everything at best price and wind it up?
andrbea
20/12/2009
16:28
all we know is (15 Dec) ACPM currently expects to make an announcement in early 2010 regarding a further capital distribution comprising all or part of the proceeds of the Sale. The Company's net asset value at 31st December 2009 will be released in January 2010 as part of the quarterly trading update.
andrbea
20/12/2009
16:27
just returning capital to shareholders IMO a statement on future strategy in 2010 wouldn't go amiss
andrbea
19/12/2009
13:59
This one is going down the drain.
madmanic
09/12/2009
15:01
we need an update on their nav after these payouts compare on Nov 5: ACP Mezzanine total portfolio assets fell to €51.5m at the end of September - down from €57.2m at the end of June. The firm had a cash balance of €19.6m - up from €10.5m three months earlier. Its net asset value per share was 30.2cents at the end of September - up from 28.8cents in June. The Company has no borrowings.
andrbea
09/12/2009
13:11
p-p to get the 22 Dec payout I think U would have had to bought up and till 8 Dec staying in with my holding as I like the company nia dyor
andrbea
09/12/2009
12:47
6979D ACP Mezzanine Ltd 07 December 2009 ACP Mezzanine Limited Completion of Sale and Further Capital Distribution The Board of ACP Mezzanine Limited (the "Company": AIM: ACPM) today announces the completion of the sale of its tranche D investment in IFR's debt to Perfina AG for a total cash consideration of EUR15.0 million. The Board of the Company also announces today a return of capital of 19.50 eurocents per share, payable on 22 December 2009 to shareholders on the register on 11 December 2009. The ex-dividend date will be 9 December 2009. This distribution of approximately EUR46.0 million mainly comprises proceeds from the disposal of the Company's investment in IFR Jersey Limited's preference shares (as announced on 25 November 2009) and the tranche D proceeds referred to above.
ppowerscourt
09/12/2009
08:10
19.5 Euro cents (spec divi) plus 12cents = 31.5 vs. yesterday's share price of 27 cents which was my done deed. Today's dip is twice more severe than the mid-Nov's. Holding happily until next phase. It would have been better to have bought either today, 10th and 11th Dec to catch the pay-back on 22 Dec. Live and learn. Come to think of it --those who buy today X-divi at 13 will get 19.5 cts on 22nd Dec. What a Christmas gift!
ppowerscourt
08/12/2009
12:17
This is a post (not me) from September (acpm on iii board): But i believe by end of year things will pick up with that share, in my opinion should be up circa 50% by year end, based on improvements in valuations of debt..... They were getting offered less than 1 years coupon on sale of debt as global economy comes out of recession those valuations will rise... and we will end up with the situation, of a discount to NAV in excess of 80% at which point it will appear on Institutional as well as PI radar....
andrbea
08/12/2009
07:30
good plan.
ppowerscourt
07/12/2009
16:46
good finish (up 8%) note the share price dipped the last time they paid out a capital distribution (mid Nov) but it recovered soon after so better to be in before ex-divi date IMO, net the divi, survive/ride the dip and stay in (till the next one hopefully) nia dyor
andrbea
07/12/2009
15:37
shares cost 0.26 euros to buy so if U get some today or tomorrow you get 0.195 euros back on Dec 22 see rns today nia dyor
andrbea
07/12/2009
14:48
7 December 2009 ACP Mezzanine Limited Completion of Sale and Further Capital Distribution The Board of ACP Mezzanine Limited (the "Company": AIM: ACPM) today announces the completion of the sale of its tranche D investment in IFR's debt to Perfina AG for a total cash consideration of EUR15.0 million. The Board of the Company also announces today a return of capital of 19.50 eurocents per share, payable on 22 December 2009 to shareholders on the register on 11 December 2009. The ex-dividend date will be 9 December 2009.
andrbea
27/11/2009
15:05
now I understand the 29% rise on 26.11 (IMO) people buying in to hold the share in anticipation of possible return of capital payout see rns (25.11): ACPM will make a further announcement shortly regarding a distribution, comprising all or part of these amounts, in accordance with ACPM's policy of promptly returning excess cash to shareholders. nia dyor
andrbea
26/11/2009
08:16
buys and an uptick
andrbea
18/11/2009
10:53
no trades on PLUS today single trade on LSE is a buy (vol: 26k), at 0.21 so why the 17% fall? maybe they want to shake the tree 'cause they have another big buy to fill I'm not selling, so an unsuccessful shake guys.... nia dyor
andrbea
16/11/2009
16:45
rollover trade after hours
andrbea
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