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Burford Capital Limited LSE:BUR London Ordinary Share GG00BMGYLN96 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 795.50 794.50 796.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 261.1 152.6 57.3 14.0 1,739

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/8/2021
19:54
Should say I don’t know if court backlog is effecting Peterson, probably not but other stuff for sure
syoun2
31/8/2021
19:50
But dates could still be pushed back I think he said on his last call. Not definite but possible. I think most important thing is that courts start to get through backlogs so settlement can happen. There’s has to be pressure to settle otherwise no need generally.
syoun2
31/8/2021
19:46
Thanks as well for the dates
syoun2
31/8/2021
18:11
Awesome, thank you.
tradertrev
31/8/2021
17:57
No problem: Fact discovery closes 27 Aug 21 Status conference set for 7 Dec 21 Expert discovery due by 31 Dec 21 Motions for summary judgement due 20 Jan 22 Oppositions to summary judgement due 3 March 22 Replies in Support of summary judgement due 31 March 22 Trial May 2022
1aconic
31/8/2021
13:37
Thanks 1conic, any chance you can post a link to the current timetable, or copy/paste it?
tradertrev
31/8/2021
11:09
This looks like a more sustainable rally compared to the April-May one. Slower and more sensible. Maybe test the years high in about a weeks time
prokartace
31/8/2021
11:01
They've been moved back. The status conference is now in December.
1aconic
31/8/2021
09:24
Could the current share price strength be due to Petersen activity? I found diary entries showing a Status Conference due to take place yesterday and Expert Discovery due this coming Friday. Not sure if this timetable slipped from when I made a note of these.
tradertrev
28/8/2021
13:04
Get on the train to double your money station
tnt99
27/8/2021
21:42
No, you need to look at the BUR NYSE listing separately on here to get an aggregate.
scubadiverr
27/8/2021
20:06
Does anyone know, When you look at the volume on this site does it include US transactions. I’m assuming it does but I don’t know that for certain
syoun2
27/8/2021
20:02
If you trust the company/ guys running it then this is normal stuff to ensure you get the best people and best results. It’s in there interest as we know ( they own over 10% of the company) I think the wind direction is changing so on any news that’s good which we know is coming the price will take off
syoun2
27/8/2021
19:07
Gettingrichslow: the news is not that bad imo. Yes employees get a share but that should motivate them. I think this is a minor thing. The directors have lots of shares and will want them to move up. Not worried there.
lazg
27/8/2021
15:44
I have always thought that the best way to resolve the YPF case, given the complete mess all round at present, would be for a future right-wing government to reprivatise YPF to a new fully Argentine-owned corporation floated on the BA Merval, with the general public having a stake through being alloted shares at preferential prices ("Tell Sid!") but with no State involvement whatsoever, restructure all debts, reach a settlement with Burford and others as part of that restructuring and for YPF to thus have a fresh start free from the useless, grasping, corrupt politicians. Not only would that free up what should be one of their drivers of economic growth but it would also keep YPF in Argentine hands, thus fending off accusations of selling out once more the "crown jewels" to foreigners while also allowing Argentina to access once more international financial markets. Nothing but Friday afternoon musing, unfortunately. Argentine history tells us that kind of sensible solution would never be adopted, the rot is far too deep already, there are too many bodies buried all over for those in power to do anything like that.
galatea99
27/8/2021
15:25
This is now up 24% since the recent low in July - just shows how difficult it is to read, given almost everyone on here seemed to think the recent update was bad news!
gettingrichslow
27/8/2021
13:01
@donald I hold YPF bonds in size. I think what you write is not quite as nailed on as you might think. YPF is 50% owned by Argy state and is Argy state controlled. If YPF paid it would need a Argy state bailout to do so. They are drowning in their own debt and most of the cash flow they produce is to service and roll over that debt. As for taking foreign assets of YPF good luck with that one there really aren't any to get hold of.
loglorry1
27/8/2021
10:00
Remember though that the legal case is against Argentina and YPF. YPF does have an income of over $20bn a year and it may be easier to get the money off them. Remember that any dollar payment anywhere in the world is subject to US law, so it could become near impossible for YPF to carry on.
donald pond
27/8/2021
08:54
You are Trev Kray and I claim my fiver reward!
galatea99
27/8/2021
08:52
I know of a good outfit that can help with judgment enforcement!
tradertrev
27/8/2021
08:50
There is an article here on the AerolĂ­neas Argentinas case which Burford were pursuing in arbitration under the rules of the World Bank but which they then sold on to Titan Consortium. Titan went on to obtain a final ruling in their favour in 2019 for $320m but Argentina has, reportedly, so far refused to pay. Titan, after endeavouring for two years to get the Argentines to respect the arbitration ruling and pay up, are now taking legal action in the US in a bid to enforce payment, perhaps by obtaining seizure orders against Argentine assets wherever held, the procedure followed by Elliot and others in the marathon bonds dispute several years ago. The Peronista government seems to have learned nothing over the years and I would expect that a judgement (perhaps for billions of dollars!) that goes against them in the YPF case would also lead to years more of torturous court action in order to obtain enforcement. Https://www.perfil.com/noticias/economia/por-la-expropiacion-de-aerolineas-demandan-a-la-argentina-por-usd-320-millones.phtml
galatea99
26/8/2021
21:11
Total shareholder return from Bur since IPO is about 17-18 percent3IN, for example, - all invested in infra assets so on the lower risk side of PE has done 19 percent IRRs since 2007 There's plenty of KKR/Blackstone/Apollo funds that have done 20-35 IRRs (that's after all how they've grown their AUM so aggressively and gotten to the size they are today - of course there's plenty that have underperformed but we are talking top quartile performance)20 IRR and 2x equity multiple (admittedly gross before carry) is the standard promised returns, and the better funds do better than that
williamcooper104
26/8/2021
20:15
Hi William, which VC and PE are you referring to?
maddox
25/8/2021
21:30
Other way round When you're going to LPs promising high returns you get hit with high hurdle rates, if you are promoting a credit/infra/absolute return type vehicle you can push for lower hurdle rates Burs returns are great; but there's plenty of PE and VC funds that have done better/similar The lack of a hurdle is highly unusual but less problematic than the non-recourse carry pots and the lack of meaningful co-invest. If you've been successful in the past you get hit up harder by LPs for co-invest
williamcooper104
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