Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dunedin Ent.IT. LSE:DNE London Ordinary Share GB0005776561 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 358.50p 348.00p 369.00p - - - 5,603 06:31:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 8.1 7.4 33.5 10.7 92.33

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12/5/201711:16Dunedin Enterprise Trust190
06/2/201408:16Dunedin Enterprise (Tender Offer 2012)85

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2017-08-22 10:44:11348.002,5418,842.68OK
2017-08-22 08:47:12348.003,06210,655.76OK
2017-08-22 06:16:00352.006092,143.68O
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Dunedin Ent.IT. Daily Update: Dunedin Ent.IT. is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DNE. The last closing price for Dunedin Ent.IT. was 358.50p.
Dunedin Ent.IT. has a 4 week average price of 343p and a 12 week average price of 332p.
The 1 year high share price is 371.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 298p.
There are currently 25,754,635 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,870 shares. The market capitalisation of Dunedin Ent.IT. is £92,330,366.48.
pvb: The discount to net asset value at 31 March 2017 was 31.8%. A final dividend of 17.5p per share is payable to shareholders on 18 May 2017.
pvb: Another listed private equity fund has been increasing its holding:
pvb: Third Quarter Results
pvb: Barwon Equity Partners - Private Equity & Property investors - now has a 7.26% holding in DNE.
pvb: They are failing. See from their own summary of results over a ten year period: FTSE Small Cap (ex Inv Cos)Year to 31 December 2015 Net Asset value Share price IndexOne year 0.0% -7.5% 13.0%Three years 0.0% -16.4% 58.2%Five years 12.0% 23.0% 82.9%Ten years 39.6% -6.4% 75.7% Whatever happened to this once successful PE company, originally very popular with private investors? Was it them, or the PE environment? I will be voting for the wind-up, there seems little reason to continue any further from here.
skyship: Pretty rubbish performance from DNE last year. I suspect they earn the wooden spoon for the sector: ============================================================================== "The net asset value per share as at 31 December 2014 was 510.6p, after allowing for last year's final dividend of 16.5p, resulting in a total return to shareholders of -0.4%. The share price total return over the same period was -15.8%. At the time of writing the share price is 342p, representing a discount of 33% to the net asset value per share. The fall in the share price is disappointing. This has led to a wide discount to net asset value and is largely a reflection of the poor recent performance of the Trust. A final dividend of 4.7p is proposed at a cost of GBP1.0m, which is payable on 22 May 2015 following the AGM. A reduced dividend is proposed this year due to a lower level of income generated from realisations."
deepvalueinvestor: It is encouraging that Dunedin has managed to raise funds for the latest buyout fund. This was the main bear case for the group but management are once again proving themselves worthy of the faith we have placed in them. In short, I may be a potential seller of dne at some point but I am increasingly more relaxed with a 400p+ share price.
damanko: In fact, there seems to be a certain "No brainer" element about this tender offer. Share price now. £4.75 cash to be offered for 10% of shareholding. Bid price today: £3.78. As our American cousins might say: Do the math........
analyzer: Trust Dunedin Enterprise to beat stock market downturn SCOTT REID - BUSINESS EDITOR ( DUNEDIN Enterprise, the Edinburgh-based investment trust which specialises in backing management buyouts and buy-ins, is expecting to buck the stock market downturn after reporting another strong set of full-year numbers. The trust, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange and managed by Dunedin Capital Partners, banked some £70 million in the year to the end of April after off-loading a series of investments, including its majority stake in Dalkeith-based diary and personal organiser business Letts Filofax. Letts, which has more than 500 staff worldwide, with 315 at its manufacturing base in Midlothian, was sold earlier this year for £45m to London-based venture capitalists Phoenix Equity Partners. It had been owned by Dunedin and a Letts management team since a £12.2m MBO in 2000. Dunedin Enterprise said the string of disposals together with the AIM flotation of Manchester-based asset-based lender Davenham had generated a profit of £24.1m over valuation at the start of the financial year. The trust said the scale of disposals during the period was such that realisations in the current year would "inevitably be at a lower level". Meanwhile, investments in 2005-6 totalled £21.6m, with the largest single deal being the £7.5m used to back an MBO at Zenith Vehicle Contracts. Edward Dawnay, chairman of Dunedin Enterprise, told investors that the trust's net asset value - a key measure of performance - rose 19.7 per cent in the year while the share price increased by 32.3 per cent. He drew a "favourable" comparison with the 25 per cent upturn in the FTSE Small Cap Index over the same period. Mr Dawnay added: "In the past year, continued economic growth and low interest rates have supported a rising equity market and this in turn has resulted in a strong private equity sector. Dunedin Enterprise has been well placed to take advantage of this favourable climate. "The performance of the portfolio overall continues to be strong and profitability in the underlying investments continues to grow. "Economic conditions in the UK are favourable for the time being and I believe the outlook for Dunedin Enterprise remains positive." Founded in 1983, Dunedin Capital Partners operates throughout the UK from its offices in Edinburgh and London. The firm, which changed hands itself in a management buyout in 1996, specialises in financing management buyouts and buy-ins with a deal size of £10m to £50m. Dunedin Enterprise was recently named the best private equity trust in Money Observer Magazine's Annual Investment Trust Awards. This article: Last updated: 20-Jun-06 11:40 BST
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