Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tamar European Industrial Fund LSE:TEIF London Ordinary Share GB00B1CH3174 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 37.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 20.7 -1.1 -4.3 - 51.80

Tamar European Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/9/2014
10:05
thanks a lot. Best Regards
contoul
09/9/2014
08:43
edited. Sharesoc might be good help too.if Barc do not agree as I said in post above.
jaws6
09/9/2014
08:42
so ask them to watch out for this further offer as said in RNS. this notice will be sent no earlier than 3 November 2014
jaws6
09/9/2014
08:41
I was late voting but was assured by Selftrade that due to the offer being extended and going "unconditional" it didnt matter. I have recieved the money. I have other problems with Selftrade but this wasnt one of them. You could try sharecoc. HTTP://www.sharesoc.org
praipus
09/9/2014
08:40
contul this might help from below Compulsory acquisition As set out in the Offer Document, Lux Starlight intends to exercise its rights under Part XVIII of the Companies (Guernsey) Law, 2008 (as amended) (the "Companies Law (Guernsey)"), to acquire compulsorily the remaining TEIF shares to which the Offer relates on the same terms as the Offer. As Lux Starlight has received acceptances in excess of 90 per cent. in value of the TEIF shares, Lux Starlight will as soon as practicable send notices pursuant to Part XVIII of the Companies Law (Guernsey) to the shareholders who have not accepted the Offer to acquire compulsorily all outstanding TEIF shares on the same terms as originally available under the Offer. Pursuant to Part XVIII of the Companies Law (Guernsey), this notice will be sent no earlier than 3 November 2014, being four months after the date of making of the Offer by Lux Starlight. A further announcement will be made in due course on the timing of the compulsory acquisition notices. http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail.html?announcementId=12040577
jaws6
09/9/2014
08:29
You help please . I had in my account in Barclays, some TEIF shares. When asked when I would get the proceeds had the reply: "The reason you ,ve not been paid, is because we have no record of you contacting us to accept the offer. This means, we took no action on your behalf, and your shares remained in your account. As they,ve been delisted from LSE, you;re no longer able to sell them" Is that correct? I thought, when an offer comes unconditional every holder is paid. Or this in not the case? Can I do anything or I have to accept what they pretend?
contoul
19/8/2014
08:59
Selftrade cash in. 14% loss here.
praipus
19/8/2014
08:04
Money in Sippdeal yesterday. Disappointing result. Been in and out 5 times since 2009, all but one at a profit.
alanji
18/8/2014
14:49
Thanks everyone. I will chase Barclays.
kenny
18/8/2014
14:47
Cash in today for me.
tiltonboy
18/8/2014
11:46
Settlement due 14 days (not stated as being business days) after offer went unconditional on 4 August. That would appear to be today. I have not received anything so far. "Subject to the Offer becoming or being declared unconditional in all respects (except as provided in paragraph 6 of Part B of Appendix I to this document in the case of certain Overseas Shareholders), settlement of the consideration to which any TEIF Shareholder is entitled under the Offer will be effected by the despatch of cheques or the crediting of CREST accounts within 14 days of the end of the Offer Period."
scburbs
18/8/2014
10:10
Not yet in my HSBC ISA account - but should be any day.
flying pig
18/8/2014
09:37
Anyone received their proceeds or know when we get paid?
kenny
03/8/2014
15:59
Yes, the past 10years have offered great opportunities - the massive discounts on Split Zeros, the 40% discounts on propcos and the 40% discounts on many Private Equity Trusts. Should have done so much better; but that is of course with 20:20 hindsight - who would have guessed that PCTN & SREI would just keep on rising into premium territory. Another bus always comes along; and I just hope that it isn't another Market crash that provides the new VALUE opportunity in its wake...
skyship
29/7/2014
23:23
I have also accepted. Disappointing, but still a positive conclusion. Just waiting on LSR, and that will be it for my property plays. It's been a good 30 month play, switching from SREI into APT, into PCTN, and then TEIF (sure I have missed one along the way). Buying on big discounts with attractive yields, is now consigned to history along with cash shells, and Splits. Now the search for the next opportunity!
tiltonboy
29/7/2014
22:29
Agreed. I have accepted the 38.25p and am guessing that most other holders will also.
kenny
29/7/2014
22:01
No sign of any other interest
sleepy
06/7/2014
12:18
Kenny - I like JIGI - one first mentioned by Tilts some 12-18months ago: http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=28099806&from=1265
skyship
03/7/2014
15:19
How about IERP, unlikely to be as disappointing as this erm well.... disappointment :)
envirovision
03/7/2014
10:54
Kenny, Have a look at MVI. A proxy for holding ETO, but trading on a 40% discount to NAV.
tiltonboy
03/7/2014
09:08
Looks like a done deal at 38.25p - no one has stepped forward with a better offer. Anyone have any suggestions about where to re-invest - either value or yield stocks? I am having difficulty in finding good solid companies at a decent yield or, alternatively, value propositions.
kenny
16/6/2014
17:42
A purchaser of TEIF immediately recovers about 13p per share in cash, so this just highlights how poor the price of 38.25p is. Hopefully, some other European property funds are running the numbers - an offer at 5% more, say 40.25p or more, invalidates the irrevocable undertaking given by Weiss.
kenny
16/6/2014
14:38
At the interims NAV was 58p...I'm sure Laxey and Weiss were in higher...
praipus
16/6/2014
12:16
Not very good, but the management has not exactly been earth shaking in its progress and performance. I will sit it out to the end in the hope but not great expectation of a tad higher offer......
flying pig
16/6/2014
08:52
Also very disappointed with the offer price of 38.25p but as it looks like a done deal, I will meekly accept. At a very minimum, NAV is about 42.8p and if the purchaser is able to avoid some of the deferred tax legally, which is sometimes possible, then NAV could transpire to be a lot higher than 42.8p. I will not sell in the market in case there is another offer but I assume management must have touted TEIF to others and this is the best offer they received. Therefore, hopes of another offer might be slim but I guess we will know one way or another in the next few weeks.
kenny
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