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praipus: All sold cash on its way
praipus: No mention of share price discount to NAV. Have you ever seen this in an annual report? "Executive Directors' fees The Executive Directors received annual basic salaries of (see annual report), increased to (see annual report) with effect from 1 October 2009. Pursuant to the terms of their respective service agreements, Craig McMurray and John Chapman are entitled to incentive payments of, respectively, 1.5 per cent. and 0.5 per cent. of (a) all sums distributed to shareholders, and (b) all net proceeds of disposals which have not yet been distributed at the time of termination of their respective agreements. The agreements also contain change of control provisions which, from the fourth anniversary of each executive's appointment, trigger payments of the same percentages of any offer price if the Company is acquired. The fees due under the change of control provision are scaled back by 25 per cent. each year if the change of control occurs prior to the fourth anniversary of each executive's appointment."
kiwi2007: Shareholders oust management and sell assets - return money to shareholders - probable 30% p.a. return. There are few property companies that have delivered asset value growth over the last three years. Those that have been almost exclusively exposed to emerging markets and have been rewarded for this excellent outperformance with a substantial share price falls. Developed market property, long perceived as being safer, have experienced substantial asset value falls and share price outperformance. This is quite perverse. However, this does present opportunities for investors that can take advantage of these anomalies. We have built up a position in South African Property Opportunities alongside a number of like minded investors at discounts in excess of 60%. Shareholders have forced change on the fund over the last year with the original directors being removed, the managers changed and a strategic review implemented. The result of this review was announced last month and provides further clarity for the future of the fund. The portfolio has been divided into two with part to be realised in an orderly fashion over the next two years and the remainder being retained for further additional development prior to disposal over the next three years. These sales will allow for a phased return of capital to investors. The method of return - share buy backs, cash distributions or tenders - have yet to be decided. Assuming it takes the full three years to complete and only realising the current asset value, this would generate a 30% per annum return using the current share price. To date, there has been a modest discount narrowing which should accelerate.
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