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Is it too late for me to buy some RAV ords. and participate in the offer?
I see the prefs and warrants go live 22nd May.
Thanks in advance.|
|is this offer too good to be true, even now.|
|Is this rally not at the expense of my RUS holdings???
what will the share price be for RUS to complete the buyout?
I see the share price has been very much higher.. why the fall from 180p -200p?|
|RUS down 3, RAV down nil. Interesting.|
|Does RAV have scope to double back to last year's high if RUS make a good report at next Finals?
A comparison here of RAV and RUS fundimentals should prove helpful, eg NAV, value of cash per share, etc.|
|Swan Hill Pension Scheme issue resolved:
|So the management company of RUS likes them enough to invest directly.
also today (in the Mail) Russia economy about to steam ahead.
When is RUS results due at all?
RAV will need to have completed this for a good reception at results IMO:
" Regarding the Swan Hill project in Swindon, the company said it expects the
entire 11.2 mln stg of stock for this property to be converted into cash by the
|true but i dont think the market is focusing on the cash flow rus will
be bringing in this should become increasingly evident from the next set of results|
|Not performing as well as RAV , their managed Russian entity..|
|Any thoughts as to reasons for recent price increases.|
|Interesting company being turned around by Anton Bilton. Share price 60p and NAV 90p per share. The launch of Raven Russia (see RNS announcement today - £150 raised in new AIM launch with Raven Mount as fund manager) should give them additional revenues of £3m pa which should be worth 40p per Raven Mount share on a DCF basis. Yields on Russian warehouses let to western companies are in the mid-teens with likely uplift in capital values due to strong Russian economy. This price should be up 50% and yet it hasn't moved today.
RNS Number:7724O Raven Mount plc 12 July 2005
Raven Mount plc (the "Company") -
Flotation of Raven Russia Ltd and Strategy Update
Raven Mount, the AIM listed property development and investment company, today announces the proposed flotation of Raven Russia.
It is proposed that Raven Russia will be established as an independently traded company on AIM. Raven Russia has been formed to take advantage of the attractive real estate investment and development opportunities in the Russian warehouse market. Raven Mount will invest #10 million in the venture and a further #140 million is being raised from institutional investors through a placing.
Raven Russia will be managed under a long term contract by Raven Mount. It is anticipated that the equity when coupled with bank debt will allow Raven Russia to build a significant portfolio of properties.
It is expected that Raven Russia will be admitted to AIM in at the end of July 2005. A full announcement on Raven Russia will be made upon Admission.
The stated strategy of the Board of Raven Mount is to pursue property investment and development activities in the UK and overseas. The Company's strategy is to invest where it sees value and opportunity. In current UK market conditions that has led the Board to look increasingly at projects outside the UK. The establishment of Raven Russia follows intense ground-work on the Russian real estate market.
"The establishment of Raven Russia marks the second step in our
reinvention of Raven Mount into a co-investing property hedge fund manager and makes us unique in the quoted property sector.
We are able to exploit our team's diverse and multi-disciplined
skill sets in niche areas and localities where we expect to see better growth than in traditional property asset classes and locations."
Anton Bilton, Chairman, Raven Mount plc
"Russia is a difficult yet very exciting market where we have made a
considerable management investment over a long period to ensure that we have the right relationships to help us succeed".
Glyn Hirsch, Executive Director, Raven Mount plc
"Within two years we will have virtually exited the old Swan Hill
business and re-applied this capital. We will be focused on niche property
areas which we believe are capable of producing exceptional returns. We intend to grow a significant property fund management business by investing our capital in new funds". Bim Sandhu, Chief Executive, Raven Mount plc
Anton Bilton, Bim Sandhu, Glyn Hirsch
Raven Mount Plc
020 7235 0422
This information is provided by RNS
The company news service from the London Stock Exchange|
|Seems overdone now to me. Seems to be a bit of buying?
might be time to buy?|
|Not in these but talks off, price obviously down, not able to trace history of this company, any information anyone?|