Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Finance Ireland LSE:FIRE London Ordinary Share GB00B2819Z69 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 4.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:32:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.83

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Still a fair bit of buying going on here - it ain't over until....
blue god
Well - all of yesterdays SELLS almost covered. Online BUY at 1.5. Should see some action on any more buys.
blue god
RNS Number : 1496V Finance Ireland PLC 23 May 2008 23 May 2008 Finance Ireland PLC Proposed Delisting from AIM Finance Ireland PLC (the "Company") announces that it intends to seek the approval of shareholders to de-list its ordinary shares on AIM and IEX. In February 2008, the Company announced its temporary withdrawal from the Lifetime Mortgage business due to ongoing difficulties in the mortgage securitisation and wholesale funding markets. In response, the Company has dramatically reduced its overhead costs to a level commensurate with the ongoing management of its Lifetime Mortgage and
Surely there must be some interest from outside parties ?
blue god
Whats going on here. NAV is 17 cents, thats 13 pence!
50k Buy now showing. Any more, and yesterdays sells will be covered. Not over yet?
blue god
Online buy price at 1.2 Looks like a small sell at premium to touch price Could still get interesting over the next 3 weeks
blue god
FINANCE IRELAND. Shares = 18mln - current market cap = £250,000. From Last Accounts Shareholder funds = Euro15.7 million. Total assets increased by 40% to just under Euro68 million. Net assets of 17 cent per share. Surely, with such a minimal capitalisation at present, there will be some interest from third parites before the proposed delisting next month. DYOR.
blue god
I was concerned about the Irish Mortgage market and will keep this on my watch list for now
Angry manc consolidation to 5p share means taking 5 existing 1p shares and replacing them with 1 new consolidated 5p share i.e a 5 for 1 exchange the old share price was 7.125 multipy by 5 equals 35.625p per new consolidated share. Either the shares went down 1.625p per new share or the spread narrowed or a little of both. This would remain a very high risk share, it's interest income stream is only half it's running costs which will increase as they set up the new business with investec probably some time before the new venture develops an income. Check the state of the Irish mortgage market, if it's about to dive like the UK you would have to punt on a pure gamble. As always do your own research, no advice to buy or not to buy is implied just an opinion.
I have done the same. Will be looking at the business model and whether it can grow sufficiently. Can understand some rise today due to the 5p share price for the consolidated shares, but not the jump to 30p. Home reversionary are a long term business needing capital growth from houses being effectively bought by the company. Dont know enough about future income stream yet
angry manc
Just came across this and looks very interesting,any thoughts anyone
RNS Number:6742V Finance Ireland PLC 30 April 2007 30 April 2007 Embargoed For Release at 7.00am Finance Ireland Plc ('Finance Ireland' or 'the Group') Audited Final Results for the Six Months Ended 31 December 2006 Finance Ireland Plc (AIM: FIRE), the holding company for Shared Home Investment Plan Plc ('SHIP'), a leading Irish provider of equity release products to the over 60s, is pleased to announce its audited final results for the six months ended 31 December 2006. Highlights: *Interest income of Euro620k (year ended 30 June 2006: Euro90k) *Lifetime mortgage loans totalled Euro26.2m at year end (30 June 2006: Euro10.6m) *Net book value of home reversion interests of Euro7.4m (30 June 2006: Euro6.9m) *Announced joint venture with Investec Holdings (Ireland) Limited to launch a specialist mortgage lender for the non-standard mortgage market in Ireland called Nua Homeloans Limited ('Nua Homeloans') *Acquired additional reversionary interests in 45 residential properties through the purchase of S.H.I.P. Property Trading (One) Limited, a special purpose company , for Euro5.5m in November 2006* *Completed a private placing of Euro2.4m (£1.68m) of convertible loan notes in February 2007* * Completed subsequent to the period end Commenting on the audited results, Billy Kane, Chairman and Chief Executive of Finance Ireland said: 'The Group made excellent progress in the 6 months to December 2006 with strong growth in our Lifetime Mortgage business up to Euro26.2m and the addition of a further 45 reversionary interests to our Home Reversion portfolio now valued in excess of Euro13m. Nua Homeloans, our Joint Venture with Investec Holdings (Ireland) Limited was launched on the 5th April and initial indications are very encouraging. SHIP is moving to new business premises in Grand Canal House, Dublin 4 which we will share with Nua Homeloans.' Enquiries: Finance Ireland Plc: +353 87 259 7640 Billy Kane, Chairman and Chief Executive Dawnay, Day Corporate Finance Limited 020 7509 4570 Sunil Sanikop Alex Stanbury CHAIRMAN'S STATEMENT AND OPERATING REVIEW ----------------------------------------- As outlined in my previous statement issued on 12th March 2007, I now have pleasure in presenting you with the audited accounts for the six month period ended 31st December 2006. This 'short year' is to facilitate our change of financial year end from 30th June to 31st December from this date forward. In the period, our Lifetime Mortgages generated gross interest income of Euro557k on advances which totalled Euro26.2m at year end. These products have been very well received among Mortgage Intermediaries and I am happy to report that we have now reached our target number of 180 formally registered intermediaries all of whom are authorised by the Financial Regulator to refer mortgage clients to us on a commission basis. In order to further develop both our direct and intermediary business, we have recently commissioned our first television advertising campaign, which will be broadcast in May 2007. Our Home Reversion portfolio now amounts to holding interests in a total of 102 properties. This follows the acquisition of reversionary interests in 45 residential units through the purchase of S.H.I.P. Property Trading (One) Limited, a special purpose company, for Euro5.5m. The transaction was completed on 31st January 2007. Two reversionary interests were sold in the period generating a profit of Euro53k. Our operating cost base has increased to Euro1.0m for the period but remains tightly controlled and reflects the increased number of staff to 10 in the period. Nua Homeloans, our joint venture with Investec Holdings (Ireland) Limited, is now operational and working out of its new premises at Grand Canal Street Upper, Dublin 4. We have recruited a highly rated and experienced management team headed by Declan Fitzpatrick, who is very well known among mortgage intermediaries. Nua Homeloans held a very successful 'launch' at the Shelbourne Hotel on 4th April which was attended by over 250 mortgage intermediaries and guests. Despite some recent adverse press commentary on the equity release market, our lifetime mortgage business remained strong in the first quarter of 2007. Subsequent to the period end, we raised an additional Euro2.4m (£1.68m) to finance the further development of the home reversion and sub-prime mortgage businesses in Ireland. The Group continues to evaluate other opportunities in niche retail financial services in the Irish market. William Kane ____________________________ Chairman and Chief Executive
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