Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Oakley Capital Investments LSE:OCL London Ordinary Share BMG670131058 ORD 1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.62% 160.00p 158.00p 162.00p 161.00p 160.00p 161.00p 17,920.00 09:33:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 5.4 -1.7 10.0 16.0 303.69

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Oakley Daily Update: Oakley Capital Investments is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OCL. The last closing price for Oakley was 161p.
Oakley Capital Investments has a 4 week average price of 162.85p and a 12 week average price of 153.84p.
The 1 year high share price is 166.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 122.25p.
There are currently 189,804,036 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 35,748 shares. The market capitalisation of Oakley Capital Investments is £303,686,457.60.
contrarian joe: Oakley Capital acquires and 20 December 2016 | 10:01am - Oakley Capital Investments Ltd has today been informed that Oakley Capital Private Equity III2 (Fund III) has agreed to acquire a portfolio of European real estate websites including in Italy and in Luxembourg. Oakley is backing the existing management team to acquire the business in a carve-out from its parent company, REA Group. The transaction builds on Oakley's experience in the online consumer sector through its previous investments in, Parship Elite Group and Oakley is attracted to these business models because of the strong underlying structural market growth in these segments, their asset-light nature which leads to strong cash conversion, and the ability to accelerate performance through effective KPI management, especially around marketing. At 10:01am: [LON:OCL] Oakley Capital Investments Ltd share price was +0.5p at 150.5p Story provided by
skyship: Company announces maiden dividend of 4.5p. Places OCL on a 3% yield @ 150p:
paleje: ST reco'd OCL today, he's tipped them previously, his conclusion:- Moreover, after factoring in the €44m cash proceeds from the Parship transaction, I estimate cash and interest receivables now account for 77p a share of Oakley’s top-end spot net asset value of 229p, so in effect its private equity portfolio, including a retained interest in Parship, and the holding in Time Out Group (TMO:142p) are being attributed a value of only 67p in Oakley's share price, or 56 per cent below their combined book value of 152p. That's a huge share price discount for a company that posted a 33 per cent positive return on its investment portfolio in 2015, and has just made a 2.3 times cash return on its equity investment in Parship. True, Oakley’s shares are flat-lining on my recommended buy in price in my 2016 Bargain shares portfolio, but it would appear that investors are now warming to what I see as a clear cut investment opportunity. Buy.
skyship: Simon Thompson has re-visited in the IC Online today. Won't paste the whole article; but this is the Summary para: ====================================== Not only are they rated on a 41 per cent discount to spot net asset value of 217p, but with cash and interest receivables accounting for 58p a share of net asset value, then in effect the private equity portfolio and the interest in Time Out Group are being attributed a value of only 71p in the current share price, representing a 55 per cent discount to their combined book value of 159p a share. That's an incredibly harsh valuation for a company that produced a 33 per cent return on its investment portfolio last year, driven by strong increases in the cash profitability of the investee companies. On a bid-offer spread of 128p-129p, I rate Oakley's shares a strong buy. ======================================= After a life time of investment, one guiding principle I apply, is: Always BUY on a 40% NAV discount!
rambutan2: Had another look at 31/12 portfolio valuations and still can't work out how they lost 7p of nav on newly floated TMO by 30/06 valuation. As a result of the IPO OCIL has transferred its co-investments in Time Out Markets and Flypay to the Group and the OCIL investment in the Group has all been converted into ordinary shares. The result is that OCIL's direct exposure to the Group is entirely via an equity stake in the Group, which at the IPO price will be valued at GBP47.2 million and will represent 24.2% of the Group's issued share capital. In addition OCPE, in which the Company is a limited partner with a 65.5% interest, will at IPO hold an interest in the Group valued at GBP68.0 million, representing 34.9% of the Group's issued share capital. See pgs 11, 14 and 22 for TMO valuations as at 31/12/15: hTTp:// Also note that at close on 30/06, TMO bid price was 127p.
thomasthetank1: Read Liberum's note on OAKLEY CAPITAL INVESTMENTS, out this morning, by visiting hxxps:// "Oakley’s share price has de-rated materially in recent months despite a strong NAV update for H2 2015 (10% increase). The shares currently trade on a 31% discount to NAV which is the widest it has been since mid-2012...."
nw1234: Skyship - A tender offer would have been better I agree - LMS has had several in a not totally dissimilar position. As it is we don't really know whether NAV represents the "real" underlying value or not (I tend to assume the share price itself is a better estimate!)
nw1234: Skyship - Total NAV has come down by the cash used for the buyback. I think 5% bought back at c. 24% discount to share price puts remaining NAV per share up c. 1.2% to just over 202p.
tiger20: Just bought a few OCL - Neil Woodford is going to start up a fund in April 2014 and I imagine a few of his followers from Edinburgh Investment trust will switch over-which should help OCL share price. CR probably wont like it as its an AIM stock based in Bermuda. Neil Woodford no fool he overlooked £3bn upwards for Investec.just need some of this money to transfer to his new fund. imo
jlo10: Well Simon T from IC seems to like it again "So with Oakley's shares marking time at 149p, the share price discount to net asset value is a hefty 24 per cent. Now a discount of that magnitude would be in order if Oakley's investments were underperforming. But that is clearly not the case. In fact, to date the Limited Partnership has exited four of its portfolio investments, achieving an internal rate of return of 43 per cent on invested capital and an eye-catching 14 per cent uplift in realisation proceeds above the previous book value of those investments. In other words, Oakley shares are not only trading on an unwarranted share price discount to net asset value, but the book value of its investments look very conservative. It also has a sizeable cash pile, which mitigates risk. A value buy."
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