Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Craven House Capital Plc LSE:CRV London Ordinary Share GB00BD4FQ360 ORD USD1.00
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.05 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.90 3.20 3.05 3.05 3.05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments -1.81 -72.39 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 3.05 USD

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Craven House Capital Daily Update: Craven House Capital Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CRV. The last closing price for Craven House Capital was US$3.05.
Craven House Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of US$3.05 and a 12 week average price of US$2.35.
The 1 year high share price is US$6.05 while the 1 year low share price is currently US$1.75.
There are currently 3,863,589 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 577 shares. The market capitalisation of Craven House Capital Plc is £11,783,946.45.
cjohn: Hi Baner, You are right. Gyllenhammer will have had a thorough look at the assets, including DLC's land in Brazil, its SA food manufacturer etc. Obviously, if you don't like illiquid assets, CRV and DLC are not for you. I, personally, would not put any store by mark to market valuations of DLC; which as you know are a reflection of the latest tiny trades in the shares. As you're probbaly aware, the $1.66m "success fee" for increase in NAV is being taken in CRV shares, each share to be valued at $12.50 ie at a very significant premium to the current CRV market price. (I admit I don't like management being paid either. It's one of life's small miseries that they won't work for free.) I'm not sure why you think shareholders can't benefit from a rise in the share price. How could management go about not "allow" -ing that? Should they follow your suggestion and liquidate the assets and return cash? A number of the assets are really not at that stage. Strategically, it would be a very strange decision. I honestly don't think it would maximise shareholder value.
cjohn: Hi Baner, this is what they say at the latest Portfolio and NAV update on DLC, dated the 2nd January: ….. The valuation ascribed to CIH's shareholding in DLC in CRV's financial statements reflects the published share price of DLC's shares as of 30 November multiplied by the number of shares owned by CIH. The valuation of DLC has decreased as a result in a drop in the mark-to-market valuation of the shares on the 30 November vs. the 31 May. Whilst the share price reduced from CAD$0.27 to CAD$0.12 during this period…… So DLC is valued at 12 cents in the latest portfolio update. ($3.956k down from $8,757k) A market price of 27 cents is itself at a significant discount to DLC's asset value. We can have some added confidence in the reality of balance sheet asset values because of the very substantial interest of P Gyllenhammer in the company. As I'm sure you're aware, Gyllenhammer, is not a total idiot and will have done extensive investigations of the reliability of asset valuations.
cjohn: Ok thanks for your thoughts, Baner. I took a look at Kalimtgis's biography. It seems pretty standard with some appointments to solid positions in well-known banks etc etc Typical progression from lowly researcher to executive roles. Blimey, if they lost "trillions" the whole of the US financial system would have collapsed! CRV is usually highly illiquid, with exorbitant spreads. Something PI's have complained about unendingly. I know from my own occasional attempts that picking up anything larger than pretty small amounts can shift the share price dramatically. I agree with you that share buybacks make good sense. We just need an asset sale to give us some cash. (Could the placing cash be used for buy backs?) Close to $10 per share is the balance sheet value. To take just one example, CRV's holding in DLC is marked to market. At the last results, DLC's share price had dropped notably, market valuing DLC at well below its net asset value.
smithie6: well done Smithie6 the share price chart since 2016 says you were right, again !!
cjohn: I think it's a good buy. LM Funding America - fintech company - buys delinquent accounts off community associations. It made a heavy loss in 2017, worsened by a series of one-offs, which slaughtered the share price. The high since flating on NASDAQ, end 2015, was close to $90. CRV now owns 31.5% of the company - buying in at $2.40, a premium to the current market price which is around $1.80. In the first half of 2018, LMFA was pleasantly profitable, If that continues, they've bought these at a steal.
mortimer7: Yesterdays RNS seems to have been largely overlooked in terms of impact on the share price Probably the odd time of day it was released.
karina: LSE charlie129 Opinion: Strong Buy Price: 1.275 Thanks for your feed back of the meeting Karina. What makes you so positive? Their Leader?? The Team?? or the large number of good deals waiting to be done - Do you think that the deals they have had for some time justifies the Bullish enthusiasm My Pleasure Charlie Its a combination of known specifics, the general tone of the meeting and a "gut feeing" from what could be said and what couldn't be said. I was impressed with Mark on the whole and there is a real conviction in his desire to take CRV to levels we had not even dreamt of. 1 Up to $150m from a sole investor at 1.25, 11 times the current market cap and agreed when 1.25 was a huge premium. That in itself is enough for me, but there's so much more. 2 Talks with "several" other investors and the fact that the resolutions allow CRV to raise up to circa $650m. I very much get the impression that this is the plan. If we were then to trade at a multiple of assets you could find CRV with a Market Cap of a $billion or more. That would have sounded like a flight of fancy to me a few months/weeks ago.... 3 Mark stated that we are the only company he knows of that's not trading on a multiple of its cash/asset position, that should/will change in my view once we leave AIM and the traders behind. 4 CRV will start PR at long, long last and its a story I can see generating huge interest 5 Mr Emmerson from SI Capital was there, and as well as being a very nice chap, he and SI bring a whole new dimension to CRV. 6 Moving off AIM who have scuppered deals for both CRV and SI Capital in the past, to a "proper" market. 7 "Several high net worth individuals" took part in recent placings. They have chosen not to reveal their identities so far. 8 I believe we will see a couple more placings in the next week or two 9 The new investor will no doubt take a place on the board and one assumes that with the amount they can invest it will be a name known to the City. 10 Pressfit is far from dead in the water and should generate long term value 11 I feel that Mr To, our chief strategy officer may well prove pivotal, that's very much just my view, nothing from the meeting to back this up, but its worth taking a look at his history 12 Personnel are already in place in Angola, Argentina and South Africa to manage the proposed investments, that tells me we are very close to deals being announced. 13 If you take a look at SI Capitals July review they state "Incredible times to be investing in markets and I have no doubt the next few months will bring further volatility and opportunity" This was very much Marks take on the opportunities open to CRV to invest when others are running for cover. 14 Our directors do not take salaries and have not sold a single CRV share. There's probably more but I must stress this is all from my recollection and notes and is therefore my interpretation of events and not attributable to Mark.
bozzy_s: Fantastic effort by CRV, fundraising at 40% premium to current share price, and looks like probably >100% premium to average price over the past year. There aren't many like this on the market. And when a company doesn't bother announcing the placing premium/discount to share price, it's usually because it's an embarrassing discount!
karina: 33 Price: 0.78TullyCrow 1,053 postsCRVCRV have always done their investments or placings at 1.25p. Are we to believe that the money invested today with no doubt more to follow are people who expect to do their dough? On the balance of probabilities I would suggest that isn't going to happen.What encourages an investor to put in close to £3.5m at a price of 1.25p when they know that they have immediately done £1m at the current share price..Why did Evan Kalimtgis take 26% of CRV? why are GEM willing to invest up to £30m? Why are other " overseas investors" still in advanced talks with us to invest even more money at 1.25p no doubt? Mr Pajak can hardly drop below that figure now can he?I am selling nothing and will see this out, it could be bigger than the regulars even think.
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