Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
F&C Private Equity Trust LSE:FPEO London Ordinary Share GB0030738271 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 336.00p 0 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
331.00p 337.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 1.47 -0.43 -0.58 248.4

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cerrito: Respectable results but the NAV is the same as June 2017. I did wonder about buying more but passed as the current share price for me is correct.
skyship: Specto - if you're still in here surely time to take profits as the latest stats show how over-valued this PE Trust now is. At 362p now on a near 4% Premium: ============================================================================ Quarterly results for the three months to 31 March 2018 (unaudited): -- Share price total return for the three months of 6.1 per cent for the Ordinary Shares -- Quarterly dividend of 3.57p per Ordinary Share payable on 31 July 2018 Manager's Review - Introduction: As at 31 March 2018, the net assets of the Company were GBP258.2 million, giving a Net Asset Value (NAV) per share of 349.24p, which taking into account the dividend of 3.55p per share paid on 31 January gives a decrease in total return over the quarter of 1.2%, mostly due to currency movements. At 31 March, the Company had net cash of GBP1.9 million. Outstanding undrawn commitments were GBP140.6 million with approximately GBP17.0 million to funds where the investment period has expired. In line with the Company's policy to pay dividends on a quarterly basis, a dividend of 3.57p per share was paid on 30 April 2018 and a further dividend of 3.57p will be paid on 31 July 2018 to shareholders on the register on 6 July 2018.
vacendak: 1st quarter results: The NAV has grown by 0.01p over the quarter or "virtually unchanged" as expressed in the report. So the recent enthusiasm is unlikely to have been about valuation. Serious cash on hand still and very positive report overall.
spectoacc: A very bullish RNS, talking about moving towards a geared position. Backward-looking in that it's to 31st Dec but: "Chairman's Statement I am pleased to report that your Company has achieved a very strong performance during the year ended 31 December 2016. Its net assets at the year-end were GBP259.5 million giving a net asset value ('NAV') per Ordinary Share of 350.98p. Taking into account dividends paid during the year which total 11.95p, the NAV total return was 23.0 per cent. This compares to a total return from the FTSE All-Share Index for the year of 16.8 per cent. The Ordinary Share price total return for the year was 27.8 per cent and the share price at the year-end was 295.50p, representing a discount to the NAV of 15.8 per cent. "
rambutan2: Good set of results from a steady performer which offers something slightly different from its portfolio:
skyship: Holders will have to decide whether these figures cut the mustard. The shares certainly enjoy a premium rating to their peers. On today's rise to 233p the shares stand at a mere 13.4% discount to the 31st Dec'13 valuation. Perhaps now over-valued in the short-term: =============================================================================== Financial Highlights -- Share price total return for the year of 17.4 per cent for the Ordinary Shares. -- NAV total return for the year of 9.9 per cent for the Ordinary Shares. -- Total dividends of 10.58p per Ordinary Share. -- Dividend yield of 5.1 per cent based on the year-end share price. Chairman's Statement Introduction Your Company performed strongly during the year ended 31 December 2013. Its net assets at the year end were GBP197.2 million, giving a diluted net asset value ('NAV') per Ordinary Share of 269.07p. Taking into account dividends paid during the year, which total 10.29p per share, the NAV total return of the shares was 9.9 per cent. The Ordinary Share price total return over the year was 17.4 per cent. At the end of the year the Ordinary Share price was 207.50p, representing a discount to the NAV of 22.9 per cent. Since the year end the share price has increased further and the current discount to NAV is approximately 16 per cent. ===============================================================================
cerrito: agree with both of you in that a positive news story which should help the share price and narrow the discount but at the same time the incentive plan does appear generous although to be honest do not have time/energy to see how it compares with present one.
strollingmolby: Unaudited results for the half year to 30 June 2011 · Share price total return for the six months of 37.6 per cent for the Ordinary Shares, one of the best performing investments trusts regardless of sector. · NAV total return for the six months of 8.3 per cent for the Ordinary Shares. · NAV total return for the six months of 12.1 per cent for the Restricted Voting Shares.
strollingmolby: The fund that is up 68% in a month F&C Private Equity investment trust has delivered an astonishing return of 68pc in just a month. The performance came to light in the first monthly round-up of the Telegraph Fantasy Fund competition. Private equity has been on its knees amid the financial crisis and the trust was trading a large discount to net asset value, but shrewd players in the game have benefited from a reversal in fortunes. Since April, when F&C Private Equity trust reported a much stronger balance sheet and valuations than expected, its share price has started to recover. The positive news has resulted in the discount narrowing, boosting the share price. Hamish Mair, manager of F&C Private Equity Trust, said: "The rise in the share price was a consequence of the narrowing of the discount to net asset value, which had been more than 80pc in the run-up to the company's annual results announcement but stood at 67pc on 28 April. Until the last few months, the discount had never been above 30pc." Mr Mair said that the entire private equity sector has bounced from the unprecedented lows of late March. "At those levels, the market was implying that just about every listed private equity fund had problems and a good number of them were going to go bust," Mr Mair added. "That would involve hundreds of businesses across Europe going under. Even if we are facing a severe recession, I think the collapse of the entire capitalist system – which this scenario implies – is still fairly unlikely." F&C Private Equity Trust is a fund of funds – investing funds that invest in private equity, rather than investing in specific private equity companies itself. Mr Mair is confident that the trust will continue to perform strongly. He said: "We have had a bit of a bounce off rock bottom, and people are beginning to look through the gloom, but we are still on a substantial discount. If it took us five years to get back to our previous share price high of 201p in June 2008 – a 170pc improvement on the current share price – that would be a 22.5pc annual return. If it took 10 years, that would still be a return of 11pc a year."
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