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City Of London Investment Group Plc

-1.50 (-0.34%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
City Of London Investment Group Plc LSE:CLIG London Ordinary Share GB00B104RS51 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -0.34% 441.00 25,119 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
438.00 442.00 441.00 441.00 441.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Finance Services 61.33 18.09 35.70 12.21 223.49
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:03 UT 3,810 441.00 GBX

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Posted at 26/5/2023 16:01 by speedsgh

City of London (LSE: CLIG) announces, in accordance with LR 9.6.11R, that George Karpus, a non-executive Director of the Company, has indicated his intention to retire as a Director of the Company immediately following the Company's Board meeting on 31 July 2023.

Mr. Karpus joined the Board following the Company's merger with Karpus Investment Management in October 2020. It was initially intended for Mr. Karpus's appointment as a non-executive Director to continue until the Company's AGM in 2021, and the Board unanimously approved the extension of his tenure for an additional period to support the integration of the two businesses. Whilst Mr. Karpus will be stepping down from his Director role, the Company will retain Mr. Karpus as a strategic advisor to the Board.

Barry Aling, Chairman, commented: "George's success in developing the Karpus business from its launch in 1986 to a firm today with an estimated US$3.4 billion of funds under management, is testament to his strong leadership skills and strategic acumen. Since joining the Board following completion of the Company's merger with Karpus, the Board has benefitted greatly from his extensive experience of the asset management industry. The Board looks forward to continued engagement with George in his role as strategic advisor to the Board and as a significant shareholder in the Company."

George Karpus commented, "I have enjoyed my time on the Board of CLIG and look forward to supporting the

Company in the future as the management works to add value for clients, shareholders and employees."

Tom Griffith, CEO, commented, "I would like to thank George for his contributions to the business and look forward to his counsel on strategic matters."

Posted at 08/5/2023 12:38 by dudishes
G'day egg,

I think most are in for the divi 7%+, long termers did well last year.

I was not a holder then. Share price somewhat beefy at 444.

Your choice.

Posted at 08/5/2023 12:27 by eggbaconandbubble
I'm not sure if 'care' is tbe right word but I would like to know. Anyone?

FYI Dishes I'm trying to work out what possibility there is of a CLIG takeover. The divi is respectable but I doubt the share price is going anywhere fast.

I've looked at the merger announcements which was June 2020 when CLIG share price circa 325p but it's not very clear - to me anyhow.

Posted at 06/5/2023 18:01 by westcountryboy
Excellent free cashflow continuing over many years and in all market conditions almost guarantees current dividend of over 8%. Long-term share price trend over last 15 years still produces bullish chart pattern. But I think in terms of years not weeks!
Posted at 25/4/2023 07:02 by skinny
Posted at 17/4/2023 16:32 by stun12
The latter as AUM is measured in US$ and the management fees earned by CLIG are based on AUM. So a strong dollar - which buys more pounds - is generally good.
Posted at 08/2/2023 13:29 by eggbaconandbubble
Maybe good for the yield but share price increase/capital gain here will remain stymid until BO. and his mates make their inntentions clear.

And stick to their promises!

Posted at 06/1/2023 09:25 by fordtin
Dudishes -it depends what you mean by "Best divi on mkt".

There are plenty of companies paying higher dividends. I guess the best are not necessarilly the highest dividends, but the ones which are most likely to provide steady and sustainable dividend growth combined with steady and sustainable share price growth.

I hold CLIG shares, but they certainly didn't fit that description last year.
I'm hoping they might make the grade this year.

Hopefully somewhere in the lists below there'll be a few winners;




Posted at 10/7/2022 12:53 by eggbaconandbubble
That begs the question - Why didn't you move into cash when CLIG were £5 plus???

The world economic downturn has been up in large writing for many months now! As has already partially happened.

The great Income investors - Buffet et al. do not cash out. Their mantra is 'Compound Interes' - "the eighth wonder of the world" according to one A. Einstein!!!

On a PE/yield basis there are a number of far better quality shares availble at present and with potential for longterm share price increase, without the share price being stymied by large shareholder action.

Posted at 08/3/2022 16:30 by james188
I agree with that, Monty. Just to observe that 2 years ago, we were just starting to realise the full impact of COVID and the Karpus deal had not been announced. In any event, the CLIG share price has always bounced around and trading is often pretty thin. You just have to be patient when adding (or selling).
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