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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hansa Investment Company Limited LSE:HAN London Ordinary Share BMG428941162 ORD 1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.67% 150.50 147.00 154.00 0.00 0.00 - 8,054 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.7 2.3 9.2 16.4 60

Hansa Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/2/2020
15:33
Ah right, thanks for the reply, appreciated.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2020
22:53
Were IHT an issue for the Salomons, you've got nearly 300p of assets valued for IHT purposes at 200p.
coolen
12/2/2020
13:23
Why the buying is what I'm wondering?.
essentialinvestor
11/2/2020
19:55
At 190p that's £1.235m to add to his recent share buying splurge: On 07 February 2020, Hansa Investment Company Limited (the "Company") was notified that William Salomon, Director of the Company, had acquired an interest in the share capital of the Company shares. Following this purchase of 650,000 'A' ordinary shares, his total interest in the Company is 10,864,345 ordinary shares and 1,570,500 'A' ordinary shares.
rambutan2
25/1/2020
17:07
Good point
cflather2000
23/1/2020
08:28
Thanks Steve wise words me thinks
solarno lopez
23/1/2020
08:17
SL. Stating the obvious perhaps but yes, the large discount creates the potential for the shares to be a buy. But if that discount persists you would also be selling at a large discount. I first tried to profit from a 30% Hansa discount in the early 2000s but it’s now even higher. I’m not convinced the company is fun for my benefit and it’s been a long term underperformer in my portfolio. There are times I’ve topped up, top sliced, gone all in and all out, to little avail. I’ve hung around in the hope of something strategic occurring to crystallise value but it’s evidently not in the Salomon interests, at least not in the current generations interest. I won’t be around for the next generation. Just saying.....
steve3sandal
23/1/2020
07:54
Ram have you invested into the hansa fund, looks good but large discount and 5 Yr performance aren't that good. Have a look at buffettology fund. Higher risk accepted.
muffster
23/1/2020
07:43
Considering the large NAV discount to the current share price are the shares a buy ….they must be surely ?
solarno lopez
23/1/2020
07:40
Thank you Rambutan excellent find
solarno lopez
23/1/2020
04:59
Yield is 1.7% at 189p, say they: htTps://www.hansaicl.com/~/media/Files/H/Hansa-Investment-Company-Limited/documents/2019-12-31-hansa-investment-company-limited-fact-sheet.pdf
rambutan2
22/1/2020
14:27
Thank you Risky and Essential I was working on quarterly dividends of 1.6p to arrive at my 3.2%
solarno lopez
22/1/2020
14:10
solarno, if you want to check yields, Morningstar or HL usually useful.
essentialinvestor
22/1/2020
13:48
More like 1.5%, 3.2 p.
riskvsreward
22/1/2020
12:55
any help will be appreciated
solarno lopez
22/1/2020
07:25
I have the yield circa 3.2% does anyone agree or disagree please
solarno lopez
21/1/2020
19:18
Well, post Christmas I bought in at a 35% discount, as was one of the very few trusts not to shrink its discount post election. It should be fairly defensive, so happy to park some money in it. Also noted that Mr Salomon had been buying quite big. Gets a supportive para in this report: htTps://oam.com.ky/documents/2019-Chairman-s-Statement-OAM-EVF.pdf hTtps://mastersinvest.com/new-page-16
rambutan2
07/8/2019
19:11
Good spot. Great stewardship, not. Watchlist candidate might just get more interesting if it gets the kicking they deserve. Diarised for 29th. Cayzer family might not be bothered about share price and more bothered about Corbyn, but that looks like such old news now. Dearie me.
steve3sandal
07/8/2019
18:43
Great idea board, that’ll help bring the discount in! FTSE Russell has noted the Scheme of Arrangement in Hansa Trust (UK, 0787972, FTSE UK SmallCap), whereby shareholders will receive five shares in Hansa Investment Company Limited (Bermuda incorporated) in exchange for each existing share held. In line with the FTSE Nationality rules and on the basis that the free float of Hansa Investment Company Limited is not expected to meet the FTSE UK Index Series minimum requirement for non-UK incorporated companies, Hansa Trust is expected be removed from the FTSE UK Index series in conjunction with the scheme effective date. Subject to court sanctioning and based on the current timetable, FTSE Russell anticipates the following treatment: Thursday 29 August 2019 (from market open) Hansa Trust will be deleted from all indexes. FTSE Russell will issue a further notice in due course.
rambutan2
02/12/2018
21:41
Pros and Cons for UK PIs ?
coolen
30/11/2018
20:30
Additionally, as you may have seen in our recent market announcement, given the political and economic uncertainty in the UK and following an initial consultation with shareholders, the Board is giving consideration to re-domiciling the Company to an alternative jurisdiction. Wow....that is quite a paragraph. I will vote against it, but surprised it hasn't got more airtime. Its the first such announcement I have seen. It seems to be more about tax planning for the Salomon family than the rest of us.
topvest
28/11/2018
20:33
Hansa Trust has a 106 year history. It would be a shame to break this. A UK investment trust should be domiciled in the UK. It would be very odd for Hansa to move in the opposite direction to many investment companies that are now re-domiciling in the UK from Guernsey, Jersey etc.
topvest
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