Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hansteen Holdings LSE:HSTN London Ordinary Share GB00B0PPFY88 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.80p -1.25% 142.70p 142.50p 142.70p 144.50p 141.70p 144.50p 608,585 12:52:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 112.6 119.9 14.8 9.6 1,176.87

Hansteen Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/11/2017
14:50
Me too, going to change my advfn handle to "Baldrick" :-((
blunderbuss
20/11/2017
10:49
Hmm - my cunning plan to hold and wait for the price to pull back is not looking so cunning right now! I can't bring myself to buy at over 140 - did not expect this. Miffed, PJ
pj fozzie
16/11/2017
06:10
I think NAV will be around 124p. the exercise was diluting by 9 pps. So, historically fairly expensive now.
belgraviaboy
15/11/2017
18:14
Surprised to get my full allocation in HL account. Interactive paid full allocation on one account.They scaled back on my SIPP.Very satisfied with the outcome.Had these for many years and will buy back steadily. I expect NAV at the moment to be approximately 128p
1pvh
15/11/2017
16:26
Got my £1.40 a share cash in the account today. Sold my 50% plus offered up the other 50% too - which was accepted in full. Was planning to buy back in - but with the price jumping up a bit today, I guess others might be doing so too. I'll hold off for a week and see if the price drops back. I still like the look of what's left and am happy to own a piece of it. What are others doing? Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
07/11/2017
07:56
Bit surprised to get such a high allocation must mean a large number of shareholders did not take up the offer. I must say I expected the price to come down after the tender was announced so I could buy back in but as it’s only a matter of a few percent I suppose it probably wasn’t worth it. It will be interesting to see what the Directors do.
ugandalad
17/10/2017
10:27
Another one drives a Duster!!
getscenic
17/10/2017
09:37
Received corpo action note from Halifax last night .....however I had sold the lot yesterday morning for a nice profit I need a new car Nissan Qashqai and Dacia Duster are being considered Will be keeping an eye on HSTN
pillion
16/10/2017
14:52
And ten minutes later I get the email!
eltox
16/10/2017
14:35
Nothing from AJ bell yet, and no response to my email enquiry last week...
eltox
13/10/2017
13:31
Corporate action message received from Interactive Investor this morning. I've responded, tendering the full 1 for 2 offer + plus over subscribing (which I fully expect to see scaled back). Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
13/10/2017
11:51
Just checked my Halifax broker account No Corporate action so far
pillion
11/10/2017
14:19
Chas Stanley messaged me before the weekend so already tendered.
ugandalad
11/10/2017
12:39
e-mailed H/L this am regarding Tender Offer, there should be Messages on accounts today CT
getscenic
05/10/2017
08:04
Need to reread the scheme as I'm thinking about over subscribing.
ugandalad
05/10/2017
07:46
does anybody know the date one has to have held these by to receive this offer?
yvonne
05/10/2017
07:31
For simpletons like Pillion a special divi of 9p would have done good to keep the faith Yes; it is tax efficient -- but a tad complex (sad face
pillion
05/10/2017
06:41
Given that the tender offer is going to dilute NAV by 9p per share, it must be a nobrainer to accept the tender offer (otherwise your entire holding will be diluted rather than half). Consideration can then be given to whether reinvestment back into Hansteen makes sense.
belgraviaboy
04/10/2017
10:43
Yvonne, for Tax reasons. CGT is generally easier to manage than income, in finding tax efficient solutions. Also - as CGT - you'll be dealing with a lower figure. Suppose I bought 100 shares at a pound each, a couple of years back. With 70p dividend, I'll have £70 div income to pay tax on. With the 140 buy back, I'll have £40 to pay capital gains tax on. Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
04/10/2017
10:42
If they pay a dividend there would be more tax to pay better for everybody to have a capital gain.
poacher45
04/10/2017
10:30
But then one questions why not just give a special dividend why do they want to buy back shares??
yvonne
04/10/2017
09:59
Thanks pj, always good to have someone spell it out. That's my understanding too.
rustle2
04/10/2017
09:42
And I've just checked my share holding - I have an even number of shares - that's good then, no complications there. :-)
pj fozzie
04/10/2017
09:40
My take on it is as follows: You will have the option to sell half your holding, at 140 per share, as a corporate action - and those shares will be cancelled. That is, in effect, the same as paying a 70 dividend per share. The difference being that with a buy back, you end up with 70p per share as CGT and half the number of shares you had previously vs. getting 70p per share as dividend and keeping the same number of shares, which will be worth half as much as the CGT plan. Except, the 70p per share you get back will not all be CGT - as you'll actually have paid something for them in the first place - so just your notional profit will be subject to CGT. On reflection, this seems quite a tax efficient way to handle the return of cash. My shares are all in an ISA - so doesn't really make any difference which way they go. This announcement does give shareholders another option of course - don't take up the offer. In which case, after the dust settles you'll be effectively doubling the percentage of Hansteen that you own (although it will be Hansteen lite at that point.) Personally, I'll sell my 50% at £1.40 and then mull over what to do with the cash. Possibly even buy some of the new Hansteen with it. We'll see. Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
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