Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hansa Trust LSE:HANA London Ordinary Share GB0007879835 'A'NON VTG ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 817.50p 800.00p 835.00p 817.50p 817.50p 817.50p 232,595.00 07:30:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 0.8 3.5 233.6 196.97

Hansa Trust Share Discussion Threads

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09/11/2016
21:02
Hansa do announce daily asset values but not all news services publish. The London Stock Exchange (google "LSE") do publish and under both codes, HAN and HANA. Present nav is around 1185p XD.
coolen
09/11/2016
17:16
Don't they issue RNSs anymore?
zcaprd7
19/11/2014
21:30
Premium of the Voting shares (HAN) over the non-voters (HANA) has risen to a lumpy 50p per share. Previously a fan of the voters, it is now HANA which a due a run. Huge discount to nav.
coolen
02/6/2014
07:17
Is anyone reading anything into the director sell last week (most of his holding, >£100k value)? Other than maybe he needs £100k and has been waiting for it to recover its 2011, early 2012 values? Never fills me with much confidence when a company or a trust has a strategic review to refocus the investment approach and then one of the board (in this case the economics guru) sell down most of their stake within a couple of months?! Perhaps the broader strategy and the "desire to take better advantage of the expertise and resource available to us at our Investment Manager" means there's less scope for people to take on board his ideas... or maybe he's just had enough after 15+ years and is looking to step down at the next AGM?
bowlhead
22/4/2014
21:37
Hansa are taking advatange of the new rules which allow capital profits to be distributed as additional dividend...and with a tax credit attaching.
coolen
22/4/2014
12:28
It looks as if the company has belatedly realised that its discount is too large and is trying to reduce it. The strategic update at least has the potential to shrink the discount if it makes more people aware of the hidden value here. I presume this means that the company will be reclassified as a global investment trust.
biggest bill
04/3/2014
21:29
They did mumble about doing things to improve "awareness" last summer. Maybe this is a start.. But I cannot see, under their present structure, how they can get away from being viewed as a privately-controlled tugboat company......as they always have been since I was in short trousers many moons ago.
coolen
04/3/2014
13:59
Hansa Trust PLC At close of business on 28 February 2014 the Company held the following investments with a value greater than 5% of gross assets or were at least the 10 largest holdings, a declaration of which is required quarterly under the Listing Rules, however Hansa Trust PLC has decided to declare this information on a monthly basis:- % Ocean Wilsons Holdings Limited 33.97 JPMorgan Sterling Liquidity Fund 4.56 NCC Group 4.01 Weir Group 3.96 Cash Deposits 3.70 Herald Investment Trust 3.65 Experian Group 3.41 BG Group 3.22 DV4 2.72 Galliford Try 2.35
tykethat
11/2/2014
00:36
Historically, Hansa's voting shares usually trade at a lower discount than the non-voting shares. Once the discount starts to narrow (which I expect to happen over the next year or so), I think the voting shares will do better than the non-voting shares.
biggest bill
08/2/2014
22:39
Minus point is less liquidity: Plus point is the vote. Historically, most split capitals saw their voters trade at a premium, sometimes substantial, because any bid action could make the vote valuable. Okay, in Hansa's case a hostile bid is unlikely. However, I'd much prefer to own the voters.
coolen
08/2/2014
09:10
BIGBILL - I have just bought HAN rather than HANA but by mistake! - do you think that there is any advantage in having one over the other. Agree your comments on the discount.
beardmore
14/1/2014
10:39
The discount here is now at 27% which is ridiculous. Going from past experience, a discount of this size won't last forever. I have bought the voting shares (han) rather than the non-voting shares (hana) since there is so little difference in the prices.
biggest bill
20/3/2013
18:34
Good spot of yours, Mangal.
coolen
20/3/2013
16:47
No wonder this is up today: http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=3658818&from=815
mangal
23/3/2011
11:08
http://www.hansatrust.com/
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