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CSN Chesnara Plc

247.00
0.00 (0.00%)
25 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chesnara Plc LSE:CSN London Ordinary Share GB00B00FPT80 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 247.00 246.50 248.00 250.00 245.50 247.00 106,173 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Life Insurance 488.8M 18.7M 0.1239 19.90 372.1M
Chesnara Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CSN. The last closing price for Chesnara was 247p. Over the last year, Chesnara shares have traded in a share price range of 245.50p to 289.50p.

Chesnara currently has 150,954,119 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Chesnara is £372.10 million. Chesnara has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 19.90.

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02/2/2022
20:26
Boystown - I think an EU listing makes it easier for CSN to pass EU regulatory tests for its EU business (Solvency2, which the UK may simplify). It may see NL as the preferred place to acquire and consolidate businesses.

A bigger fact is that BBB- is, I believe, the lowest investment grade rating. That might not be so encouraging!

jonwig
02/2/2022
17:18
Chesnara PLC (LSE:CSN) has announced the pricing of its £200mln inaugural debt capital markets issue.

Proceeds from the funding are earmarked for general corporate purposes including investments and acquisitions, the company said in a statement.

The debt instruments are BBB- rated by Fitch, have a 10.5 year maturity and carry a coupon of 4.75%.

"We are delighted with the level of investor interest in Chesnara's first notes issuance,” said chief executive Steve Murray.

“The financing will be utilised primarily to provide financial flexibility and accelerate our growth strategy including the delivery of value from future acquisitions, while also underpinning, and diversifying our group's capital structure.

"The notes represent an important milestone for Chesnara in enhancing our group's financing capabilities which will leave Chesnara well positioned to pursue further growth opportunities."

dosser50
02/2/2022
15:21
Bit of good news, but can anyone explain why "Notes are expected to be admitted to the Official List of Euronext Dublin and to trading on the Global Exchange Market of Euronext Dublin"?
boystown
27/1/2022
19:10
Mr Benn. Classic!



Reckon you're showing your age, LG, if you used to watch it with your kids, not as a kid! ;-)

speedsgh
27/1/2022
17:04
Showing your age with that one, Kev. I used to sit with my kids to watch Mr Benn :-)
lord gnome
27/1/2022
17:00
...the shopkeeper appeared.
kev0856153
27/1/2022
16:44
...and as if by magic...
cassini
26/1/2022
16:21
I have been using Microsoft value4 goes up
petewy
26/1/2022
13:02
Got to park your money somewhere when inflation is raging. This is the nearest thing to an old-style high-interest bank account!
cassini
26/1/2022
12:22
Hate to say it but nothing but an invasion gonna move this giant Boulder
linton5
24/1/2022
15:12
Golly, things must be bad, Chesnara has moved!
thamestrader
21/1/2022
12:54
Just started investing here based on Hardman research and interview will hold for dividends and hope expansion plans work
fred177
20/1/2022
14:37
Obvious seller here patience required lol(alot )
linton5
18/1/2022
15:18
Took some today
my retirement fund
18/1/2022
14:26
I've added to my position here.

Really excellent yield (7.84%) and a good record of steady increases. And I like the signal given by the new appointment.

bluemango
17/1/2022
12:18
Interested in all those companies that don't bother with a head of corporate strategy?

Practically every company in my portfolio has one.

I think it's very naive to claim that it's the CEO's job.

On the other hand I do think it's futher evidence of them switching to a more aggresive growth strategy (Phoenix Group), but it's a perfectly normal appointment and probably overdue.

al101uk
17/1/2022
10:59
I agree that should be the job of the CEO. Maybe he does'nt know how too?
p49b
17/1/2022
10:42
.......Strategic Development & Investor Relations,

Says it all.

Corporate visceral fat!


with effect from 01 April 2022. April fool's day - you couldn't make it up.

eggbaconandbubble
17/1/2022
09:45
Sounds like a very solid appointment to me...



Chesnara plc ("Chesnara" or "the Group"), the UK and European life insurance consolidator, today announced the appointment of Sam Perowne as Head of Strategic Development & Investor Relations, with effect from 01 April 2022.

In this new role, Sam will be a member of the Group Executive Committee, responsible for driving forward Chesnara's wider strategic development. This will include delivery of future acquisitions as well as supporting investor engagement, reflecting the Group's increased focus on one of its three strategic pillars - acquiring life and pensions businesses.

Sam joins from Phoenix Group Holdings plc where he was most recently Head of Corporate Strategy and M&A.  He brings over 20 years of experience in the life insurance sector across M&A, Equity and Debt Capital Markets, Investor Relations and Strategic Development.

cwa1
14/1/2022
10:13
Yes. That is a strategy which often works. I have often used it with BATS, selling my trading shares just before ex d date and repurchasing afterwards. Curiously, I often end up repurchasing a few days after the dividend is paid, though the date of actual payment ought if anything to move the shares up, with holders reinvesting dividends. Perhaps some people don't know what 'ex div' means, and think they need to hold on the payment date to get the div! It didn't work this quarter, unfortunately. Though I sold my trading shares at a respectable profit shortly before ex div, the share price has just kept going up! Damned if you do, damned if you don't....
1knocker
13/1/2022
23:06
1knocker,

Been doing the same thing with my trading shares and said as much in an earlier post.

I've found the opposite for dividend day on quite a few occasions. When getting in at 270-280 and exiting just before ex-div at something over 300p has been more profitable.

I have a core holding, some short term trading shares (playing the same game as you) and some longer term trading shares to sell if we see a proper breakout.

Fully loaded at the moment.

New CEO so movement in one direction or the other seems more likely than it has for a while, lets hope the excitement of more activity pushes us up.

al101uk
13/1/2022
22:29
Don't hold your breath for a share price rise. For years these have been paying a high and increasing dividend, but no share price rise ever seems to hold. Whenever I have sold at over 300, I have been able to buy in again not long after at 280 or lower. The art, of course, is to be a holder on the ex div dates. Miss one of those, especially the big one, and one very much wishes one had left well alone ....
1knocker
13/1/2022
16:21
Volume has really picked up this week I’ve noticed anyway back into the coal cellar
linton5
13/1/2022
16:11
Interested. Are you guys saying there isn't a change in strategy or that you like the change?
al101uk
13/1/2022
14:35
Thanks, CWA1. I listened to it and topped up a little. It all sounds so steady and assured. Barring a black swan event, an 8% yield at 280p that will grow with occasional small acquisitions. What are they doing down here? They should really be 400p. If they don't go there, I'll probably add some more.
aleman
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