Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Invista Foundation Property LSE:IFD London Ordinary Share GB00B01HM147 ORD SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 35.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 0.0 9.2 2.5 14.2 126.35

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16/11/201507:00UKREGSchroder Real Estate Inv Trst Ld Half Yearly Report
14/10/201509:51UKREGSchroder Real Estate Notice of Half Year Results
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25/9/2016
09:20
Invista Daily Update: Invista Foundation Property is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IFD. The last closing price for Invista was 35.50p.
Invista Foundation Property has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 355,921,281 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Invista Foundation Property is £126,352,054.76.
14/2/2012
09:44
sleepy: The placing was discussed at some length on this Board at the time. The market (and the IFD share price) had already well recovered by July 2010 and there was certainly no need for it. It has been dilutive to both asset value and dividend cover. The management company has presumably benefited from extra fees as a result of the placing.
25/1/2012
15:18
envirovision: Just logging in from holiday here all looks fine to me, i expect plantation place would be rns'd only with decisive news, the 900K charge for the picton approach and management change seems out of order though. Other than the the share price is still at a stupid low level.
27/9/2011
09:08
hybrasil: The falling share price prompted me to look at the last results. NAV of 50p and dividends of 3.52p Very good on ltv. So where is the catch? I dont think we need Picton. I think they correctly see amazing value! The directors should say good bye to them
19/9/2011
16:42
envirovision: This is getting desperate. A total failure to add any value is resulting in a pathetic share price.
26/8/2011
12:53
envirovision: I'm with you there sky. Good news about the manager but this PCTN approach would need to be very actractive to get anywhere. Surprised the share price is still so low.
14/8/2011
16:16
alanji: Paid my £1 and read the article. It looks as though it is just the appointment of Schroders as managers, not a bid. Still should help the share price.
11/7/2011
11:14
envirovision: Nothing suggests any reason not to maintain the dividend forward, indeed we are being told to expect the share price to improve as the situation evolves. I may have to consider increasing my weighting further.
28/4/2011
08:23
lord gnome: One problem though Skyship - and I reckon this is what has been holding back the share price - the BBC void will create a hole in the revenue going forward. I can't see this being re-let in a hurry and the noise being made about a residential scheme is just that - noise!
17/9/2010
14:41
tullynessle: I suspect that news may be imminent - if the share price activity / volume is a reasonable guide. Is it possible that IFD will derive value from Plantation Place at some time in the near future? Speculation only - does anyone have updated knowledge of the Property market in that area of London?
14/7/2010
10:40
nickcduk: LXB raised cash at roughly around NAV. The reason why the placing is lower than the original issue price is because they incurred around 4p or so in issue costs. The key here is that they were able to get existing shareholders to stump up cash at a premium to the share price. Winding up the company in 2014 or so is what should be happening. They have incredibly cheap funding at present. The margin is something like 50bp above Libor. Closer to that time they won't be able to refinance on such tight margins any more. Income cover will get hit again. They didn't re-negotiate the lower fees when the market was at its nadir. They decided to do that because they were charging 0.95% on the 90m so so they held in cash. Paying back 40m in debt would have deprived them of 380k in fees. The concession they made to switch it so it was based on NAV has led to them now earning more under the new fee structure than they would have got previously. Shareholders are now worse off under the new fee structure especially since they are now raising more money. They also have plenty of headroom with which to increase the LTV ratio should they wish so. There was no need to raise new equity.
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