Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Public Partnerships Ld LSE:INPP London Ordinary Share GB00B188SR50 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.20 1.3% 171.20 170.60 171.00 171.40 168.40 168.40 1,431,465 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 167.0 138.1 9.8 17.6 2,758

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An inline set of results from INPP portfolio of 122 public infrastructure investments that continue to perform well. INPP remains steady as markets continue to take a knock, share price at £1.245p. Related news: Council pensions, mergers and the infrastructure cacophony Nov 15 Infrastructure key to peace in Southeast Asia Nov 14 Getting rail infrastructure on track for 21st century Nov 13 Pipeline bulging at John Laing Infrastructure Nov 12
A good set of results from INPP with a 3p dividend due shortly. Investec also increased their stake from 10% to 11%. Share price steady at £1.24p. "Total Shareholder Return since IPO in November 2006 to 30 June 2012 of 54.2% compared to 11.5% on the FTSE AllShare over the same period" Related news: 'While others do, the UK dithers' - BCC boss calls for Government to get a grip on economy 30 August Brazil is attempting an unprecedented 'triple jump' of construction projects - preparing to host the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics while also spending nearly $500 billion on highways and other infrastructure to make an economic leap forward 30 August Complacency and inattention' putting UK infrastructure at risk 30 August Questor share tip: John Laing Infrastructure Fund can help build your portfolio 29 Aug 2012 Infrastructure investors attack strategy 28 Aug 2012
Yesterday INPP rose to a new all-time high of £1.234p. It is continuing its rise today with purchases now being made at £1.2368p. Related news: Infrastructure deals start to flow 13 Aug 2012 The case for a British investment bank No wonder small businesses can't get credit when the UK is the only G8 member not to have a body dealing with such finance 13 Aug 2012 The Canadian pensioners who own Britain The Canadian Olympic team is set to leave London with just one gold medal. The contrast with what happens when Canada's pension funds visit Britain could not be sharper. 11 August German infrastructure bank talks up €100bn green investment plan 10 August New infrastructure work shows dramatic 8.6% drop 10 August
INPP steady at £1.222p. Related news: Are infrastructure funds the income safe haven? 09 August US moves to protect critical infrastructure networks from cyber attacks 09 August Government refuses to reveal date for PFI announcement 8 August U.K. Says 30 Companies Interested in Infrastructure £40 bln Plan August 07
Yesterday Investec Wealth & Investment Limited confirmed continued confidence in INPP, when they confirmed their holdings had increased to 10.01%. Related news: Rupee weakness continues to affect 3i Infrastructure 10 Jul 2012 HICL Infrastructure acquires primary care facility 9 July 2012 Economy: Underspend should generate growth July 9, 2012
Purchases of INPP are now being made at £1.19p. Related news: BlackRock eyes infrastructure with Swiss Re deal 04 Jul 2012 Pension funding and infrastructure July 4, 2012 US leads in building innovation, KPMG says 3 July 2012
Yesterday INPP followed through with one of their earmarked acquisitions, helping the share price towards £1.19p Related news: BlackRock to Buy Swiss Re Infrastructure-Investments Unit Jul 3, 2012 Blow to Chancellor's infrastructure plans George Osborne's plans to finance new infrastructure schemes by getting pension funds to invest in them are unlikely to be realised, the Government's construction adviser has admitted. 02 Jul 2012 Construction projects stifled by indecision July 2, 2012 PFI announcement 'weeks away', says Infrastructure UK chief 2 July, 2012
INPP is holding up well considering it is a risk off day. Related news: Infrastructure investors head for local traffic Jun 29, 2012 Banks key to infrastructure strategy June 28, 2012 Morgan Stanley and Prudential buy in to Veolia June 28, 2012 An infrastructure fund owned by London-listed insurer Prudential and US bank Morgan Stanley has bought a 90pc stake in Veolia's regulated water businesses for £1.2bn.
This looks like a bigger issue than I first thought. Or is this an opportunity for Private equity or Infrastructure funds? At least 30 health trusts in a critical condition PFI debt burden exacerbates difficulties of 'financially unsustainable' hospitals
In a sea of volatility INPP is showing its resilience. Related news: Investors explore structure 25 June 2012 Asia leading telecoms infrastructure spending 'spike' in 2012 25 June 2012 New model for pension investment June 24, 2012 Neil in call for repairs VAT move 23 June 2012 Waddington boosts infrastructure position 23 June 2012 Multi-manager boosts infrastructure position as UK's coalition government focuses on development projects.
Questor says BUY International Public Partnerships 20 Jun 2012 INPP fundraising better than expected At A time of financial uncertainty and low interest rates, infrastructure funds such as International Public Partnerships (INPP) are very attractive.
INPP announced a very good outcome to their placing today. We should now find some upward momentum. Extract; Commenting on the result of the Placing, Open Offer and Offer for Subscription, Keith Dorrian, Chairman of INPP, said: "We're delighted to have exceeded our fundraising target, attracting GBP200 million of additional capital from a range of UK and international investors. Indeed, the total of applications made through the Placing, Open Offer and Offer for Subscription exceeded this figure." Related news: Billionaire Slims Committed to Infrastructure June 19, 2012 Why These Infrastructure Bonds are a Terrible Idea - 18 June 2012 Where are the new airports and railways we so desperately need? 17 June 2012 Infrastructure Is Lacking Strong Foundations in Europe June 17, 2012
INPP has held steady above the placing and offer price. I have invested further funds in the placing for a sleep easy 5% plus long-term income play. International Public Partnerships announces opening on Belgian airport project 7 June 2012 Related news: 'Make infrastructure projects happen' 14 June 2012 | By Helen Bailey Govt may look to tempt private investors with 'growth bonds' 6 June 2012 Savers could be offered tax breaks to transfer money held in bank accounts, building societies and investment funds into new Government "growth bonds" which would be invested in infrastructure projects. According to The Independent, Chancellor George Osborne has asked Treasury officials to draw up the plans which could offer similar tax breaks to Isas. The report suggests ministers are also looking at how the Government could underwrite the risk to small investors. They are considering proposals for the Government to underwrite a given percentage of any potential losses by the projects. This would mean that the Government took the first risk with the schemes, losing its money before any investors. The report quotes a senior Government source as saying: "While a lot of families are struggling and have no disposable income, there are others who are quite cash rich but have nowhere secure to put their money where they can be guaranteed a decent return. Because interest rates are as low as they are, there is the potential to tap into this money and get it invested in infrastructure which will have a dramatic effect on Britain's long-term growth." It comes after the Government has been repeatedly criticised by Labour for having no plan to boost economic growth and more than a year after the Chancellor delivered his "Budget for Growth" last March. The Treasury was unavailable for comment.
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