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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fair Oaks Income Limited LSE:FAIR London Ordinary Share GG00BF00L342 2017 SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01 -1.57% 0.625 0.61 0.64 0.63 0.615 0.63 58,292 08:00:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments -1.4 -2.3 -0.5 - 292

Fair Oaks Income Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/3/2020
11:06
Remember what happened when their portfolio was owned by GLIF in 2008, went down to 1.5p, recovered to 45p, a 30x return. Keeping an eye out in case it gets close to that again...
danieldruff2
30/3/2020
10:09
Not entirely unexpected news for me this morning about the dividend and their explanation makes sense. That said I would have strongly preferred if they had given an indication of their cash position. My sixth sense tells me they have gone into this fully invested and let's hope my radar is wrong. I take some comfort from the fact that in the top 10 industry classifications, no oil and gas, consumer transportation, or retail , although hotel,gaming and leisure is no 5 at 5%. I have goofed here . I do not have the courage to buy more and will sit tight.
cerrito
29/3/2020
13:28
Interesting stuff, thanks.
spectoacc
28/3/2020
21:40
Latest fact sheet: hTtps://www.fairoaksincome.com/~/media/Files/F/Fair-Oaks-IF/Fair%20Oaks%20Income%20Fund%20-%20February%202020.pdf We have modelled a stress scenario to reflect the current market environment. The key assumptions imply a significant increase in defaults in Oil & Gas, Hotel, Gaming & Leisure, Retail and Consumer Transportation sectors, CCC rated and loans trading at a discount. We give very limited credit to reinvestment, assuming low prepayments and a reinvestment price 10pt above current index levels. Using prices as at February 28th and excluding the impact of the share price discount to NAV, the gross IRR under this scenario is -2.4%3. The CLO market has not been spared the stress and volatility experienced by broader markets in March. In these unprecedented times, we will endeavour to keep our shareholders and general market informed about the evolution of the market and Fund.
rambutan2
28/3/2020
21:33
From last sept, but will it hold true this time... htTps://fairoakscap.com/foc/fair-oaks-reflections-issue-9/
rambutan2
21/11/2019
13:20
Cifu posted a drop in nav. Mezz , equity clo markets weak, particularly US
yieldsearch
21/11/2019
12:31
Wonder why this is dropping so much recently... EDIT - Dollar weakness related!
mozartprodigy
17/11/2019
00:47
Thank you Specto - its just different buying them in USD never done it before. Ill take a look at these and read the annual report tonight.
mozartprodigy
15/11/2019
11:48
No you're right about the divi. Has been chunky final divis in past tho. I tend to ignore the exchange rate - could go either way! Miles up if no Brexit, miles down if Marxism..
spectoacc
15/11/2019
10:13
Specto - I read it is they will pay 12 monthly dividends @ $.007 each. that makes it the same as this year @ $.084? Have I read that wrong? Im toying with this share for monthly income however unsure how the dollar status will affect the final income. Any advice appreciated! :)
mozartprodigy
14/11/2019
14:12
Disappointing NAV fall and divi change for next year, but quite like the planned change - seems they've been in too much cash whilst waiting, & a good chance of better performance ahead.
spectoacc
18/4/2019
18:27
AS a FA14 holder I got the final redemption earlier this week; I joined up in FAIR in June 2015. I found I had a small capital loss despite the favourable FX movement-the $ was 1.57 approx in June 15. This loss has been much more than compensated by the dividend flows. I have known the portfolio since January 2010 when I signed up with GLIF. I will keep this under review-at the moment both FAIR and the $ are priced correctly IMO, so am waiting.
cerrito
10/1/2019
18:00
Well it makes a 15% running yield. The only problem is that the share price has dropped by 20%. The asset value is down around 5%. So this means a great buying opportunity or the assets are greatly overstated. If the US economy takes a downturn then property prices will go down and debt defaults will rise. Which would make a perfect storm for FAIR. Clearly pessimism has taken over for the moment but that could easily be reversed. It has happened before with the FAIR share price bouncing off previous lows. I'm hanging on for the moment. The bounce was very fast taking just 2 months in Summer 2016. I remember it well and rode the price down and back up again, pretty scary at the time. The madman in the White House only has two more years till he gets kicked out. Then hopefully normal service can be resumed.
grahamg8
10/1/2019
14:56
Reduction in final Div from 5.75c to 3.45c for 2017 shares. Total Divs for year 11.15c against 13.45 in 2017. Pretty good performance by FAIR.
atholl91
02/9/2018
21:42
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/09/02/ticking-time-bomb-could-blow-financial-crisis/ Long article in today’s Sunday Telegraph on detiorating credit standards in the US loan market-and increase in cov lite loans caused by demand from investors with CLO funds. Cite figures that in 2012 24% of loans were cov lite and 2018 YTD 76% Quotes warnings from Moodys and IMF and comment that default stats and recovery rates will be far worse than what CLO issuers have been touting. Fair points and the key is and always has been the credit skills of the Managers.
cerrito
28/8/2018
06:14
Interesting RNS from CIFU today which is being rolled into BGLF
danieldruff2
28/8/2018
05:56
Agreed re FX although wouldn't look so good the other way! FAIR still paying out big but shares go down.
spectoacc
27/8/2018
20:09
The Interims a worthwhile read. The main takeaway for me from the Chairman's statement was the importance of having control of the CLO's and a reminder of the v good default rate. The Manager's report a v good summary of the state of play of the loan markets; struck by comment that investors not being paid to take incremental credit risk with the premium for junk bonds over senior secured bank loans too small. I am in FA14(and CIFR) and have quite alot in VTA; as a £ based investor enjoying the current FX rates.
cerrito
27/6/2018
07:39
FA14 returning capital to shareholders. "The Company today announces that it will return $6,500,000 (equivalent to 13.978 cents per share) on 6 July 2018 (the "Redemption Date") by way of a compulsory partial redemption of 2014 Shares (the "Fourth Redemption"). As at today's date, the Company has 46,501,283 2014 Shares in issue of which none is held in treasury. On this basis 15.4097 per cent. of each registered shareholding would be redeemed on the Redemption Date.
eudiaceo
21/6/2018
10:16
Company updated the factsheet... they may be reading this board! good response time! "The Company estimates that the total return generated for this investment will be 17% p.a. above its original 15-16% expected at the time of investment"
eudiaceo
21/6/2018
06:43
Ares XXXV target was originally 15-16%pa not 15-16%. I just hope this is a slip of shorthand rather than a bit of sleight of hand trying to show the return is better than target when in fact it is worse if the return total is 17% not 17%pa.
grahamg8
28/4/2018
15:42
Had a run through of the Annual Report. As a 2014 shareholder I must be very much on the minority on this board as not only did 85% go for the 2017 shares last year but institutions dominate the 2014 register with Coller( who as SVG shareholders will remember were so important on how that panned out) having 70% and two other institutions a further 15%. This explains why liquidity of the 2014 shares is so limited. I see that for the 2017 shares there are four institutions with 3% plus totalling 38%. I also see that the 2014 shares trade currently at 100/106 and the 2017 at 96/98 with the end March NAV of the former at 0.9267 and of the latter at 0.9583c, so the 2014 shares at a big premium. One suspects that Coller who were pre the reorganization the second largest shareholder after Old Mutual were a moving force behind all of this-important to bear in mind if one buys shares where they have a large shareholding. No indication in the AR of timing of redemption of 2014 shares. The Chairman's statement was very pedestrian doing little more than noting the corporate developments and no mention of strategy. The Investment Manager started out on low default rate saying the fund's equity default rate since start of Master Fund II was 0.14% compared to twelve month industry wide rolling average of 1.72%. The last monthly report said they dodged the bullet of a couple of defaults in March including the fifth largest on record. The IM report had an interesting discussion on resetting vs refinancing CLO liabilities.
cerrito
20/4/2018
21:44
https://www.ft.com/content/9cbed300-41cd-11e8-93cf-67ac3a6482fd Comments on very strong CLO issuance recently including first half of April and up 2/3rds from 2017 issuance figures. Concern about dilution of credit quality in light of abolition oif risk retention rules. Also demand for floating rate debt but strong supply have pushed prices lower. Ie all in yield of AAA top rated slice up from 2.81% in January to 3.34% now. S&Pflag waving on lower credit quality.
cerrito
30/3/2018
12:30
Interesting that both FAIR and VTA are saying in their monthly reports that now right time to increase their exposure to equity tranches. In the case of VTA their equity tranche at end of February was 22% of the portfolio-up from 19% two years ago and down from the 27/28% of Q2 17. FAIR give the breakdown by ratings and there has been no big shift over the last 12 months. Given my exposure to the sector is going down with the rapid redemptions of CIFR looking at buying a bit more VTA.
cerrito
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