Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Helios Underw LSE:HUW London Ordinary Share GB00B23XLS45 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 160.00p 155.00p 165.00p 160.00p 160.00p 160.00p 0.00 07:50:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 21.5 0.7 8.4 19.1 23.37

Helios Underw Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/10/2016
16:29
Directors may be hoping to pick up some capacity in the forthcoming auctions.
gilston
30/9/2016
20:29
Interims are good and the fundraising is sensible, albeit with more of a discount than you would ideally like. I've bought back in, albeit I will miss the record date for the open offer. Shouldn't have sold out a few years back. Think the strategy is good and this could be a very attractive vehicle once they gather more of a following in the city. Think they are definitely heading in the right direction!
topvest
20/9/2016
13:12
Interims due - should be interesting as Lloyds continue to produce strong results ?
atholl91
02/6/2016
17:39
Scrip dividend being offered as an alternative to cash, price discount not yet published as far as I know.
gilston
02/6/2016
11:05
Gilston can you explain why the 4 Lloyds Quoted Corporates trade at premiums of between 47-88% of NAV and Helios is at 10% Discount? Do you think giving away 70% by Re-ins cover is the problem?
atholl91
31/5/2016
20:33
Steady, if unspectacular progress. Share price continues to weaken. They need more capital really to spread the cost base over more assets. Still, an interesting company. Will look to get back in when the price is attractive.
topvest
31/5/2016
19:51
Good 2015 final results today with increased capacity, 5p dividend & 70% reinsurance protection. NAV estimated at £1.97.
gilston
26/11/2015
17:34
The s.p.has gone up this year from about 1.20p to 2.00p reflecting the increase in net asset value. What more do you want?
gilston
24/11/2015
08:20
Q3 Estimates for 2013 - current year - released on 19 Nov by Lloyds. They are very good so no excuse for HUW to do the same. After the poor interims lets see.......
atholl91
16/10/2015
17:39
Agreed Topvest. Will have a better handle on the year when my Q3 Syndicate estimates are out next month.
atholl91
25/9/2015
14:20
Not based on these very poor interim results...surprised.
topvest
24/8/2015
12:49
Looks like 30 June estimates could bring EPS for 2015 to 18p (PER 11x) with dividends of 7.5p.
atholl91
15/7/2015
18:28
More Lloyds`capacity being acquired in exchange for paper shares, so preserving cash.
gilston
03/6/2015
16:36
Good results & 5.1p dividend. Scrip issue as an alternative will be a good way of retaining cash for more acquisitions of Namecos.
gilston
17/3/2015
08:04
Syndicate Profit £3.1m against £1.3m last year should be large increase in Dividend on the cards.
atholl91
07/3/2015
06:31
2012 syndicates results now out and overall exceed expectations so significant increase in dividend must be on cards?
atholl91
20/2/2015
17:25
It would be interesting to know the current NAV after all these acquisitions.
gilston
18/2/2015
16:59
latest RNS even more interesting!
ian davenport
18/2/2015
09:19
Hanbury's trade explains yesterdays moves on not much activity - and shows just how illiquid this is - definitely one to buy and hold, not to try and job around
ian davenport
18/2/2015
08:09
Looks like strong results for 2012 underwriting year starting to come through and 2013 shaping up well. CEO buys at 145 interesting.
atholl91
23/5/2014
09:36
Solid results and dividend policy initiated. Bit disappointed that I sold these at 110p. Still, why buy at 160p on such a premium. Crazy!
topvest
06/1/2014
19:28
HUW now owns £20.2M prime Lloyds capacity on its balance sheet priced off the 2013 autumn auctions. Demand outstripped supply as apparently capacity was perceived to be a non-correlated asset with equities/bonds. Prices therefore rose. So did HUW`s nav. & this has been recognised in the market share price Reinsurance of half of the 2013 p`folio released cash £4.1m FAL which is being disbursed on buying in more capacity. It also bought some protection against direct claims exposure which is one of the principal benefits of reinsurance. Just watch HUW`s balance sheet.
gilston
06/1/2014
19:01
There is a lot they can do about it. They need to raise funds at a premium to NAV to acquire more corporate members. They need to be many times bigger than they currently are. Only at that point are they truly a business worth backing. They are at the mercy of Lloyds, but that is always going to be the case and on a medium or long term basis this gives a good return.
topvest
06/1/2014
18:25
I have held some since the original issue - doubt they will pay a dividend as the priority I would have thought was to add to size to try and resolve that cost base issue the business model is entirely at the mercy of how Lloyds performs, there's not a lot they can do about that
ian davenport
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