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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Conygar Investment Company Plc (the) LSE:CIC London Ordinary Share GB0033698720 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 110.00 108.00 112.00 110.00 110.00 110.00 12,500 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 1.5 -3.8 -5.7 - 64

Conygar Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/8/2020
06:39
Sky Thanks for the heads up - I recall the BCA sale proceeds debacle
bwm2
23/8/2020
15:02
BWM2 - research a little further and you will find why they stand at a high discount. They share the same problem as with MVI - control by Robert Ware - a major negative!
skyship
21/8/2020
22:32
HP Not surprising Massively undervalued, unknown and unresearched
bwm2
21/8/2020
16:25
Directors purchase 95K shares.
hugepants
06/8/2020
10:59
Summary Group Net Assets as at 31 March 2020 (pence per share) Investment Properties 30.6 Trading and Development Properties 78.3 Cash 67.3 Other Net Assets 1.6 Net Assets 177.8 On the face of it another one in a relatively strong position. Possibly more by luck than judgement.
hugepants
31/3/2020
20:36
They had 40m in cash in Sept 19 with no debt so your almost getting the property for nothing at current price but whether they will get the Boots site off the ground anytime soon now is the punt.
nickrl
07/2/2020
15:19
The long-waited £650m project to redevelop the Boots Island site in Nottingham will be marketed to investors at an international property conference. More than 85 private and public sector organisations from across the Midlands will showcase billions of pounds’ worth of investment opportunities, as part of the Midlands UK delegation at MIPIM 2020 in Cannes, France, next month. And the Boots Island site – planned to include a hotel, 907 new homes, 666 student flats and office space – will be on the agenda.
davidosh
14/1/2020
10:27
I've reluctantly sold out. I've been unhappy about how this company has been run for at least 5 years. It's really a lifestyle company for the greedy directors. Returns are modest, yet directors' emoluments excessive for the part-time work they put in. They have squandered too much on unsuccessful development works in secondary locations, none of which covers the day to day living funds! Investing in this company is effectively dead money until the company gets wound-up so sold at a discount. Fortunately, I sold for c50% above what I paid for them. Over 10 years though that is a very poor return. Time to get out before the share price dives again!
topvest
01/10/2019
08:29
The previous share buyback programme at 172p is looking stupid. Why is it that companies so often buy back shares at around the top of the market and raise money by issuing shares when the price is low? This seems to happen even in well run companies. I always try to do the opposite. A share buyback often means that the share price is going to go down.
this_is_me
02/9/2019
14:41
the directors wont think so with their lifestyle company that we pay for
solarno lopez
02/9/2019
14:39
awful......
chrisdgb
02/9/2019
14:06
But the directors have done well, in fact very well
solarno lopez
30/8/2019
18:25
Yes, this company has made some poor choices over the last 5 years or so. The fascination with developments in Wales was always an odd choice and delivered very little. Why pick such tertiary locations unless it was a vanity project for one of the directors?
topvest
30/8/2019
15:56
Yes a lack of honesty in the results. They just brush off the huge writedown. They also bought back 3.24 million shares (5.4% of ordinary share capital) at an average price of 172 pence per share. Didn't they also dispose of their RGL shares at a big discount?
hugepants
14/5/2019
10:40
Shocking writedown today. These clowns needs stringing up given the huge bonuses and salaries they have raped out of the company. Performance has been dire. Not sure what can change anything though
horndean eagle
09/12/2018
21:46
Question: Do you guys expect a valuation uplift when the Boots Island site gets planning ? If so how much ? When they got Haverford West outline permission the uplift wasnt much - couple of million - but its still a very low valuation per plot on the books. Any views / suggestions where to look on this ? Cheers, Rob
rjmahan
27/11/2018
08:38
Poor results. High Pay. No dividend. Vote down the "Profit Share Plan". Profits would be nice, but they have sold all but their slow development pipeline so this is now fairly heavily loss making. No doubt we will get a return eventually, but management have and continue to believe that this company is a "lifestyle fund", without adequately rewarding shareholders.
topvest
06/6/2018
10:58
The government's impending announcement about committing its own funding to the Hitachi project in Anglesey must be good for Conygar..... They own two sites which are likely to be used for the Wylfa construction.
ursus
22/5/2018
17:21
Https://www.investegate.co.uk/conygar-investmnt-co--cic-/rns/interim-results/201805220700057943O/
spob
21/5/2018
12:25
Interim results in the next few days (May 25, Thursday last year)
spob
15/5/2018
10:19
Website - Http://www.conygar.com/investor_relations.html 154p, Mcap £106.4m, Nos 69.1m RGL thread - Http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?fav=add&id=34755838 Conygar holds 26.2m shares in Regional Reit (RGL:100p), a property company that owns a £737m portfolio of UK commercial property, predominantly office and industrial units in regional centres outside the M25 motorway. The stake is worth £26.3m and accounts for a fifth of Conygar’s last reported NAV of £136m. After accounting for deal flow and share buybacks, I reckon cash on the balance sheet and the shareholding in Regional Reit account for two-thirds of Conygar’s market value of £96m, implying other assets worth £73m are in the price for just £33m. Furthermore, Conygar receives annual dividend income of almost £2m on the Regional Reit stake, thus covering 75 per cent of its own administration costs. The directors have sensibly taken advantage of the deep share price discount by using some of the debt-free company’s £37m cash pile, a sum worth 57p a share, to make NAV accretive share purchases of 2.5m shares at prices between 150p and 163p since last autumn, representing 3.7 per cent of the issued share capital. Fund manager Miton (MGR:54.5p) clearly sees value in the shares, too, having just upped its stake from 14.3 to 15.1 per cent. Simon Thompson IC, 14 May 2018 Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/comment/2018/05/14/bargain-shares-repeat-buying-opportunities/ 1 Year The Conygar Investment Company PLC (“Conygar”) is an AIM quoted property investment and development group dealing primarily in UK property. The group aims to invest in property assets where we can add significant value using our property management, development and transaction structuring skills.
spob
14/5/2018
12:52
and " The directors have sensibly taken advantage of the deep share price discount by using some of the debt-free company’s £37m cash pile, a sum worth 57p a share, to make NAV accretive share purchases of 2.5m shares at prices between 150p and 163p since last autumn, representing 3.7 per cent of the issued share capital. Fund manager Miton (MGR:54.5p) clearly sees value in the shares, too, having just upped its stake from 14.3 to 15.1 per cent. "
spob
14/5/2018
12:33
" I reckon cash on the balance sheet and the shareholding in Regional Reit account for two-thirds of Conygar’s market value of £96m, implying other assets worth £73m are in the price for just £33m. " Simon Thompson today implying 37% upside to NAV
spob
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