Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hg Capital Trust Plc LSE:HGT London Ordinary Share GB00BJ0LT190 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.50 -4.69% 315.00 2,563,897 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
316.50 317.50 327.50 315.00 324.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 47.43 36.64 8.49 37.1 1,424
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:16:26 O 100,000 318.135 GBX

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Hg Capital Daily Update: Hg Capital Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HGT. The last closing price for Hg Capital was 330.50p.
Hg Capital Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 315p and a 12 week average price of 315p.
The 1 year high share price is 457.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 315p.
There are currently 452,129,808 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 996,978 shares. The market capitalisation of Hg Capital Trust Plc is £1,424,208,895.20.
grahamg8: What a terrible RNS. When I read the header (repeated in the text) I thought HGT would be awash with cash. Oh no no no what they have done is sell their shares in Medifox for £47.3m. That is not $1bn. Good sale, bad RNS
makinbuks: And Pro Forma NAV of £4.52. This is the widest discount I can remember seeing in HGT. Sector has bombed
robsy2: Good news. This transaction values HGT's existing investments in The Access Group at GBP441.1 million. This would represent an uplift of GBP104.7 million (31%) or 22.9 pence per share over the carrying value of GBP336.4 million in the Net Asset Value ("NAV") of HGT at 31 March 2022.
macc1: Hi all, here's a video update from HGT for this mornings results: hTTps://
makinbuks: Well a fund will look to have a life of at least 5 years and wind up around ten. A trust investing in funds looks to maintain exposure through reinvesting money returned from maturing funds. I agree there is an element of rollover by managers from vintage to immature funds under certain circumstances and indeed trade between managers. My point is, the mature fund holds the investee at £100, the new fund offers to buy it at £120. HGT owns both funds. Has the value of its investment really increased? The EBITA and market multiple are not changed so why is the NAV marked up? To be clear I am a holder here and very pleased with performance. I just wee this as a concern not a sufficient issue to sell
grahamg8: Well my calculation says the Litera investment only provides 3.0p immediate uplift. But wtf HGT seem to be on a winner.
grahamg8: Took the plunge today. I usually shy away from unquoted companies held indirectly because the valuations are pretty much guesswork. HGT passed the test because they have a long track record of delivering value, and that can't be achieved by inflating valuations. A quick check of their 38 holdings at 30/6 suggests that the investments are realised in under 5 years. Indeed the only one bought before 2016 was Achilles which has now sold. Portfolio book value increased by over 70% from investment amount. Recent disposals above book eg Miratech +50%, Traceone +33%, Eidosmedia +45%, Allocate +48%. Happy days.
brexitplus: HGT generally sells at quite a premium to quoted NAV its holdings, so the @ctual premium is hard to assess. It may actually be at a real discount. It all depends on how the value of each holding is assessed. I have the same problem with GROW and OCI.
rambutan2: SKY, for as long as I can remember you've said that HGT is fully/overvalued. But the real opportunity cost has surely been not to hold it. Sometimes it's worth paying up for quality, leaving it be and letting it compound. My stakes in HGT and HVPE are up multiples from when I bought them and continue to outperform. Now, I certainly wouldn't have advocated holding JPEL (in its various different guises) for the long term, because the managers, right from the early days have disappointed. Currently yes there is a potential discount trade there, but how much of that nav is actually realisable at the marked price. Some of that portfolio is looking rather aged to me. No where to hide once deep into liquidation mode. The OZ fund that sold out recently is a sector specialist, and knows its stuff. So I wonder why is did sell. Interestingly, it has held onto its position in HGT.
its the oxman: Guess if you look at position today a good short term trading case can be made for jpel but look at their share price performance over the last three years v hgt and you can see why hgt still remains attractive in many investors eyes.
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