Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Partners Grp LSE:PGGO London Ordinary Share GB00B16KPY96 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 € +0.00% 3.00 € 0.00 € 0.00 € - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments -68.9 -89.6 -2.3 - 119.67

Partners Grp Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/12/2009
14:29
Still on the blue....
qs9
19/11/2009
12:19
Looking good still...
qs9
19/11/2009
07:29
No comments?
qs9
18/11/2009
14:09
so €5.06 NAV and rising vs €2.7 share price ..anyone not think this is great value???
qs9
17/11/2009
17:25
The delisting has been approved. But it is going to take some time before you realise your full NAV. There is a lock-up until 2011 and then you can sell 5% of your holding per quarter. That seems to be the downside: Now the upside is that in their latest report PGGO makes much of their present healthy cash position; if this continues, the whole process may well be speeded up. If the markets hold up, a number of their investments may use IPO's to realise cash for PGGO Any other ideas?????????
alpal2
13/11/2009
00:12
Hass else read about the proposal to de-list the company? I understand that there is a shareholder meeting coming up soon regarding this (In the next few weeks). The information I read indicated that the de-listed shares would also offer shareholders to sell at NAV. if this is true, then I would expect the shares to trade much closer to NAV should the vote be in favour of de-listing. Can anyone confirm if this is correct?
gaz959959
03/11/2009
08:09
Looks like another step up already IMO, buy at £2.38..
qs9
03/11/2009
07:33
And another few % today would be great....heading towards £3 me thinks...even then a 20% discount to NAV (which may have risen since)
qs9
02/11/2009
14:52
All seems to be ticking along nicely at PGGO...I'll continue posting to myself
qs9
02/11/2009
14:00
any views on TP?
qs9
02/11/2009
13:30
and the rise continues.....£3?
qs9
26/10/2009
10:44
Cannot believe this was around £8 (at today's exchange rate) a year ago!
qs9
26/10/2009
08:17
Yup, understand that but with the discount to NAV being so so high, hopefully a marginal difference on forex becomes manageable within people's risk profile.
qs9
24/10/2009
12:24
The £ tanking is only good if you already hold. Anytime you buy in a foreign currency there's an implied additional gamble. I'll be over the moon if the discount closes to 30%
colonel a
24/10/2009
08:28
With £ heading towards parity, has anyone noticed that this means the NAV is approximately £4.50 at September that is before any rises between then and now? SO at £2.10 we are at less than 50% of NAV! Surely more people would see this as a great buying opportunity? Even a 20% discount would see the shares at £3.50 or 60-70% above todays' price!
qs9
23/10/2009
14:36
cheers Colonel A, there restructuring proposals caught the imagination of some as shares were up 10%ish on the back of it. agreed a target of nearer 30% would be fairer
qs9
23/10/2009
13:43
Not aware of any external comment. Agree there probably is more to come. They are a decent size but are largely $ based and there are more transparent private equity outfits at sizable NAV discounts. My initial target was to see the discount below 50% - in current optimistic mode that seems a bit tame.
colonel a
23/10/2009
13:14
who cares, I'll enjoy the +40p so far....since the £1.65 days...lots more to come IMO
qs9
23/10/2009
11:49
Looks a fascinating play and one which obviously people are still buying into. Any broker note TP?
qs9
22/10/2009
07:31
Glad someone else is on here! Looks a bit of an overlooked no branier in my humble opinion..
qs9
20/10/2009
12:43
Yup. A now rising NAV !
colonel a
20/10/2009
09:31
Anyone else in? Sitting at massive discount to NAV?
qs9
25/9/2009
17:22
Anyone follow these?
qs9
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