Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Close Fund Mgmt Port. Ii Pcc LSE:JAC London Ordinary Share GB00B0SYFK80 RED SHS 0.01P IN JAPANESE ACC RTN FD II
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 23.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown 0.0 0.6 1.4 16.8 10.74

Close Fund Port. Ii Pcc Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/12/2016
09:56
Anson posted out letters to beneficiaries of the Trust (ie the old shareholder list) last week, which detail the mechanics for the first cash distribution they are ready to make. See the anson client funds website: hxxp://www.anson-group.com/client-funds/ Its 5.88p for CEAF, 10.58p for CECF/CED and 6.53p for JARF/JAC Fees will go up if you stay in the trust after this payment, but there is a provision to elect to get the trustee to sell the rest of the assets in an auction if you want (it makes 100% economic sense for smaller players) If you owned the shares directly you will receive these letters, but more likely it will be sent to your custodian/nominee. The timetable is short. As these securities are not CREST settled etc anymore, and the procedure is quite laborious, I would expect the usual private client stockbrokers nominees (Barclays, HL, etc etc) to be tardy or even make a hash of setting up the corporate action to get responses from their investors. So if you want your money you should get on to them!
erstwhile2
06/2/2016
09:52
hTTp://www.anson-group.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Composition-Update-5-February-2016..pdf I wasn't far off... CED2: 10p CEAF: 8p JAC: 9p Based on current MV of convertible loan notes etc that Anson are to receive, could actually realise more in cash over a little bit of time
erstwhile2
03/2/2016
11:12
Well done erstwhile2
praipus
03/2/2016
09:13
Both Kaupthing and Glitnir have now made cash payments to creditors, yet nothing is appearing on the anson (our trustee) website about what that means for CEAF, CED2 and JAC shareholders. I spoke to them and am concerned that they are not on the ball and may lose their entitlements to their share of the distributions, they don't even have custody arrangements for some of the securities being allocated as part of the composition arrangements. If you would also like to put some pressure on them to get on the case, the relevant person is Luke Freeman on 01481 722260, and the guy who runs Anson is John Le Prevost (same number I think) Or you can email them on reception@anson-group.com For what it's worth, I estimate the payments, should anson deal with it properly) to be of the order of: CEAF: 7.6p CED2: 10.1p JAC: 8.3p Which are of course miles higher than what the distressed HF brokers were bidding for our trust entitlements. This is based on recovery of 30% for Glitnir and 25% for Kaupthing, but I do not have sight of what the actual distributions are. (Anson have this but refuse to release it to me)
erstwhile2
07/2/2012
14:36
Ok got the 22.6p now the patient perhaps fuitless wait for the Liquidators to cough up.
praipus
11/1/2012
13:15
Anyone else confused by the RNS? Any idea what we can expect?
praipus
29/11/2011
22:14
Weiss back in or increased to 19.4% http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=50225578 To see Weiss Asset Managements other holdings take a look at post 3 on the WAM thread. http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=24182742
praipus
05/5/2011
16:18
Weiss trimming their holding http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&symbol=jac&article=47550733
praipus
14/3/2011
14:48
Remarkable people. Astonishing to me that the market has held up so well. The few quotes on cost from the press so far although enormous in our terms equate to less than .5% of GDP. Though I suspect there will be some adjustment/discount for natures unruly behaviour and of course no telling what she might do in future.
praipus
14/3/2011
13:48
Praipus, Agreed. I was very close to buying Japan based on the big picture story. Sadly, the last few days tragic events look to be very challenging for Japan's short/mid term prospects.
ptolemy
14/3/2011
13:28
To anyone personally affected by the earthquake's and tsunami in Japan our prayers and thoughts are with you. P.
praipus
07/3/2011
16:18
36p in the latest NAV statement....so no value for Theta, Vega, Gamma, Delta, Rho just the intrinsic.....amazing.
praipus
15/2/2011
22:42
Hi, interesting idea how would you structure it and what products and quantities would you use? Are you doing so at the moment?
praipus
15/2/2011
09:55
Prai-Have you thought of buying these and selling the Nik?
p@
08/2/2011
11:31
Not a fan of covered warrants but the 10,500 Nikkei225 June call is trading at 43p-44p http://uk.warrants.com/services/quotes/search.php?family=WARRANT&typeul=INDEX&ullabel=NIKKEI+225
praipus
07/2/2011
10:06
Anyone who knows how to value options got a view on the Theta and Vega values here?
praipus
04/2/2011
11:06
Nikkei through 10,500 erm....shouldnt these be 35p?
praipus
25/11/2010
10:56
+------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | NOMINAL | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | DEBT SECURITIES PORTFOLIO | HOLDINGS | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | GBP | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | Abbey National Treasury Services Plc EMTN 11 | 4,200,000 | | January 2012 | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | Glitnir Banki EMTN 11 January 2012 | 7,100,000 | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | Hbos Treasury Services EMTN 11 January 2012 | 7,100.000 | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | Irish Life & Permanent EMTN 11 January 2012 | 7,100,000 | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | Kaupthing HF EMTN 11 January 2012 | 7,100,000 | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | KBC IFIMA EMTN 11 January 2012 | 7,100,000 | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | Royal Bank Of Scotland EMTN 11 January 2012 | 7,000,000 | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | TOTAL | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | GBP | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | | +------------------------------------------------+------------+ | | 46,700,000 | +------------------------------------------------+------------+
praipus
19/11/2010
21:55
Weiss has bought even more!
praipus
11/11/2010
15:16
Copied this from Skyships excellent JDT 2010 thread (partly to refelct on and partly to encourage discussion and welcome others thoughts). erstwhile2 - 11 Nov'10 - 15:11 - 286 of 286 JAC is not a steal even though it looks a no brainer on first blush. The first blush argument goes: "windup in Dec 11 @ current level on Nikkei (9861) equates to 62p, less the Iceland defaults (30% of bonds with 15% recovery = 24p loss) leaves 36.5p, so it looks great anywhere under 30p for 20% gain right?" But the reality is if you (1) credit risk the 62p for the portfolio (Irish Life in particular) (2) reflect disproportionate impact of another default its really worth more like 56p, making the whole thing only worth 30p area adjusted for credit risk. If you ask me. And thats not reflecting the fact that you might get a lot less Iceland payoff, and it will not arrive until 2015 earliest.
praipus
26/8/2010
09:14
Last table-- +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | Final Nikkei 225 | Final Capital | Final Capital | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | Index* |Entitlement (1) | Entitlement (2) | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 0 | 0 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 500 | 3 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 1,000 | 6 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 1,500 | 9 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 2,000 | 12 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 2,500 | 15 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 3,000 | 18 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 3,500 | 21 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 4,000 | 25 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 4,500 | 28 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 5,000 | 31 | 0 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 5,500 | 34 | 4 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 6,000 | 37 | 7 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 6,500 | 40 | 10 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 7,000 | 43 | 13 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 7,500 | 46 | 16 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 8,000 | 50 | 19 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 8,500 | 53 | 22 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 9,000 | 56 | 25 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 9,500 | 59 | 29 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 10,000 | 62 | 32 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 10,500 | 65 | 35 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 11,000 | 68 | 38 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 11,500 | 72 | 41 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 12,000 | 75 | 44 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 12,500 | 78 | 47 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 13,000 | 81 | 51 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 13,500 | 84 | 54 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 14,000 | 87 | 57 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 14,500 | 90 | 60 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 15,000 | 93 | 63 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 15,500 | 97 | 66 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 16,000 | 101 | 70 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 16,500 | 116 | 81 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 17,000 | 132 | 92 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 17,500 | 148 | 103 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 18,000 | 163 | 114 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 18,500 | 179 | 125 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ | 19,000 | 180 | 125 | +--------------------+-----------------+--------------------+ * As at 21 December 2011 (1) Subject to there being no counterparty default or any unforeseen circumstances (2) The table contemplates default and zero recovery in respect of
p@
29/12/2009
09:32
Guess which world market has been the best performer over the last month. Hard to believe but it was the Japanese market; Nikkei-225 gained 17%+, easily beating all other indices.
mangal
27/10/2008
12:03
Old table removed
p@
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