Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aberdeen Prv LSE:APEF London Ordinary Share GG00BFMDJ822 STERLING PART SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.00p 0 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.00p 0.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.09 3.83 3.51 0.6 0.5

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langbarb: I still hold and looking in my iii account the share price is marked at 14.50p with the number of shares unchanged. 14.50p seems to be the price on other platforms/financial websites as well now. So 276/2+14.50=150.5, a little higher than NAV. unless 14.50p applies to half the original holdings. In this case total is 143.25, very close to NAV.
rambutan2: Agm votes, BTEM having a shake:
rambutan2: BTEM buys another 700k at 123p to take it to 14.38%.
skyship: Added a few this AM as Sp slightly lower. On offer for 112.3p, so the discount up to 26.5%. This is a relevant extract from the Interim statement of 9th Dec’16: =============================================================================== Discount As at 30 September 2016 the share price discount to NAV stood at 29.0%. Since the period end the NAV has increased to 152.8p per Share (based upon 31 October 2016 figures and the discount has narrowed to 27.4%, based on the Share price as at that date. Discounts (to NAV) have prevailed for most listed private equity funds in the years following the onset of the global financial crisis in 2007. In my recent Full Year review I made the point that NAV growth for the sector had been strong and this sector had avoided many of the cyclical industries which otherwise might have given some justification for continuing discounts. This argument remains as valid now as it did then, particularly as our rolling five year NAV total returns continue to improve (currently 9.4% per annum). In the period following the Half Year end, there has been high-profile corporate activity in the sector , which combined with the marked weakness in Sterling vs. the US Dollar has seen NAVs rise (for Sterling priced, US asset biased Companies) and also share prices rally. It remains to be seen whether a general sector re-rating can be achieved, but your Board believes that the extent of this Company's current discount is unjustified. We believe that the value in the sector is becoming more widely recognised and we will continue to engage with the Manager on reducing the discount level.
elmfield: Well, not sure I know! Better people than I know the answers or think they do. In all my time and really that goes back to early 70's The market looks at its most volatile. I think we are more or less fully valued so I seek out where I see asset value high to share price, even if it means waiting a while, to much risk chasing high yields around, looking for global spread with a good bit of inflation linked bills thrown in, try and get the best of both worlds without putting to much capital at risk, two thirds of holdings are ones I can just sit in no matter what. As they say don't we all want that!
alanji: The last nav was 107.64 at 31 May up 3.4% on the previous month. At 59p that represents a 45% discount – in my view too high for the following reasons: -Most of the investments are well established with three quarters made in 2006/7 and most of the rest in 2008/9. This means the companies are less likely to fail than if they were 'new' investments. -Both asset values and the share price were badly affected by the 2008/9 financial crisis. Asset values fell about 20% (very good compared to some competitors) but the share price was down 60% at one point. nav has grown fairly steadily since May 2009 but the share price has lagged behind. – see graph -Asset allocation is mostly global (39%) and North America (32%) with only an 18% exposure to Europe -No borrowings -The Co has declared a dividend of 2pps as it is now receiving distributions from many of its investments – see below – probably in an attempt to reduce the nav discount -There was a tender offer in May 2011, mainly to take out the then largest shareholder . As a part of the offer (probably demanded by other large shareholders) "the Board will commit to put forward a continuation vote as an ordinary resolution at the Annual General Meeting in 2013 and every third Annual General Meeting thereafter. " If the discount has not narrowed by then I expect either the vote will not carry or there will be pressure on the co to make further distributions. More information and a monthly factsheet can be found on the co website More information on PE co's, including a note on APEF, can be found here I topped up on Wednesday. "The Board has decided to put in place a distribution policy whereby the Company returns a proportion of the distributions that it receives from its investments by way of dividend to shareholders. The Board intends to distribute approximately 10% of the received distributions each year. As the level of these will vary from year to year the Board has decided that it will pay at least 1p per annum, regardless of the distributions received. Accordingly, for the first time, your Board is very pleased to be able to declare an interim dividend of 2.0p per Share which will be payable on 20 September 2012 to Shareholders on the register on 17 August 2012"
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