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DCI Dci Advisors Ltd

4.90
0.00 (0.00%)
24 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dci Advisors Ltd LSE:DCI London Ordinary Share VGG2803G1028 COM SHS EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 4.90 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Agents & Mgrs 318k -6.92M -0.0077 -6.36 44.33M
Dci Advisors Ltd is listed in the Real Estate Agents & Mgrs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DCI. The last closing price for Dci Advisors was 4.90p. Over the last year, Dci Advisors shares have traded in a share price range of 4.05p to 5.00p.

Dci Advisors currently has 904,626,856 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Dci Advisors is £44.33 million. Dci Advisors has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.36.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/10/2022
15:57
The Board of Dolphin received notification on 18 October 2022 that Mr Nicholas John Paris, Independent Non-Executive Director, has purchased 33,487 ordinary shares of €0.01 each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares"), at a price of 3.7 pence per Ordinary Share. Following this purchase, Mr Paris has a beneficial interest in 33,487 Ordinary Shares, representing 0.004% of the Company's issued share capital.


Go Nick John Paris, upped his stake from zero to diddly squat.

What's 33k shares, about £20? ;)

spectoacc
18/10/2022
14:24
as soon as the Kea-deal is completed, this is de-risked with significant upside potential. 8p should be the minimum outcome 2023/24 - it could well end up with double digits.
baner
05/10/2022
09:03
Given you an up-tick for the hope value @baner ;)
spectoacc
05/10/2022
08:53
as they now are in the process of selling the Aristo stake, and this is not a very complicated transaction per se - i believe there is a good chance we shall see 3-4p coming out already in Q1 2023. that should "pay for todays share price" leaving Kalida and the rest for free - at least a further 5p in the pipeline, however that may well take into 2024 before the money is in the bank. very attractive risk/reward at 3.5p.
baner
04/10/2022
17:00
An asthmatic ant with some heavy shopping goes faster than this lot but I reckon we'll get some kind of payout before 2035.

Interims

hugepants
29/9/2022
19:48
total agreement !
baner
29/9/2022
18:20
the interest of the new BOD is totally aligned with that of all shareholders. Aristo should fetch at least 3p/Dolphin share, Kalida at least 4p and then maybe another penny or two from the residuals. so we should be heading towards 8-10p/share - eventually ! today´s announcement de-risk the company and there is now only upside from here.
baner
29/9/2022
15:35
Hmm. That much working capital needed? Aren't we shareholders simply paying their expenses?
spectoacc
29/9/2022
15:29
Wow.

"The pro rata consideration for Dolphin's stake in SPV10 amounts to €17.92 million and represents a premium of 17% to the valuation of the Dolphin's investment in OOKI disclosed in the Company's financial statements as at 31 December 2021.

"The disposal proceeds will first be applied towards the repayment in full of the existing loan facility that Dolphin drew down on 7 June and 16 July 2021, of which €12.8 million was outstanding at 31 August 2022. Following this repayment, all debt at the Company level would have been fully repaid. All remaining funds will be retained by Dolphin to meet its current liabilities and working capital requirements."

value hound
17/9/2022
09:14
Unusual trade after close - UT 49,000 @ 3.74p???
Can anyone explain please......

wi1l
16/5/2022
20:36
Weak £ may be helping our NAV? End of 2024 to sell everything still on track I wonder?

DCI like a dead man walking.

spectoacc
01/1/2022
09:42
Dolphin....(Capital Investors )

;-)

smithie6
07/12/2021
19:00
"The development costs (including the unknown amount of fees to the IM) will be borne by the project company."

no idea what the project company is called
...although I heard a rumour it might be named after some sea mammal, who knows, maybe whale, porpoise, dolphin.......


;-)

smithie6
06/12/2021
08:27
Smithie6

I agree it isn’t clear (perhaps deliberately?). The phrase used is “working capital commitments”, but an IM shouldn’t have significant working capital unless it capitalises it’s costs into work in progress (on the basis it can’t raise an invoice yet).

On the development the IM is probably claiming a fee for managing the development. The development costs (including the unknown amount of fees to the IM) will be borne by the project company.

scburbs
04/12/2021
19:54
scburbs
are you sure that the advance payments are to fund wages etc at the investment manager ?

where does it say that ?

I didn't think it inferred that. Rather that there is a schedule of payments to the IM to fund development costs for sites.
That is what I inferred anyway, happy to be corrected.

Arguably the RNS is very badly written, since if doubts about meaning exist it shows that the info presented is ambiguous & hence it is badly written (despite being written by expensive people).

smithie6
03/12/2021
09:01
I also like 25% of any incentive fees will be held in escrow. How do you hold something in escrow when you have already paid it in advance?
scburbs
03/12/2021
08:57
Superficially an aligned incentive scheme, but payments in advance of incentive fees? If the incentive fees are ultimately below the payments in advance is repayment expected? To meet working capital of the IM (aka running costs/wages removing any risk for them)? No details on level of fees being paid from the development (perhaps means these are high). Could it actually slow down the disposals as the IM will want to achieve exit prices generating incentives higher than the advances (which probably means over 2*market cap). Doesn’t look like the Ronseal of incentive schemes.
scburbs
01/10/2021
11:37
Not much to disagree with there surely. Tho NAVs can change substantially depending on Covid (eg whether travel/holidays restart - or not).

At least we know who the big buyer was now.

spectoacc
01/10/2021
11:32
ALNA results yesterday commentAs previously announced, the Company has dipped its toe into the leisure market and acquired 2.7% of Dolphin Capital Investors (DCI LON). DCI is a European Leisure business focused on developing high end hotels in the eastern Mediterranean (Greece and the surrounding area). DCI has lost its shareholders even more money than the previous board of Local Shopping REIT achieved...a record not to be proud of.The shareholders of DCI voted some years ago to liquidate and return capital to shareholders. This process is still ongoing and will certainly take a few more years, in our opinion. Shareholders recently removed the previous board and are now working on accelerating the liquidation process. DCI's September 2021 NAV was 16p per share, as a going concern...which makes little sense to us when the company is in wind down mode. Nonetheless, we believe the break-up value of the Company is North of the current market price of 4.1p/share but South of 16p. We would be very happy to get out at 8p/share with a +100% gain on our cost or better. We do not, however, realistically believe that DCI shares will fetch 16p in liquidation. Time will tell.
kooba
28/9/2021
11:06
Sounds a bit harsh!
hugepants
27/9/2021
21:33
The true nav after liabilities and costs is probably 4p tops.
my retirement fund
27/9/2021
15:08
hugepants - agreed, however a 100% uplift is not that bad! not much risk.
baner
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