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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jpel Private Equity Limited LSE:JPEL London Ordinary Share GG00BMDQPC56 USD EQTY SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.04 1.034 1.046 1.04 1.04 1.04 15,000 08:00:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -9.2 -6.0 - 212

Jpel Private Equity Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/10/2020
07:47
An extract from the Chairman's Statement in today's JPEL Annual Report. Suggests to me that the prolonged decline is overdue a rebound, after all, they are now trading at a 35% NAV discount, so that 3yr horizon surely offers discount closing upside. ============================================================= "The Manager continues to engage in regular dialogue with the management and sponsors of its largest underlying positions and has been receiving regular updates on any potential and anticipated impact on underlying portfolio company operations. Based on these conversations and sponsor reports received to date, the Board and Manager believe that the Company has experienced minimal impact from COVID-19 and the current environment continues to be favourable for realisations of well performing private equity assets. The current portfolio is mature, with a weighted average age of 7.3 years at 30 June 2020. The Board and the Manager anticipate that the majority of the JPEL portfolio will be wound down within the next three years.
skyship
15/9/2020
12:30
Still dawdling this one; and management still dawdling with the monthly NAV declarations.
skyship
24/8/2020
08:33
I have a hunch you are right, Sky. Maybe similar up lift to Dunedin Enterprise.
1westofengland
05/7/2020
08:23
Yes, back in at 108.2c - though only a small allocation
skyship
04/7/2020
19:55
So sky back in as the share price has barely recovered the dip?
badtime
13/3/2020
07:18
Credit where it's due - a disposal, in these markets!
spectoacc
31/12/2019
19:21
I bloody hope so - still a strong market for realisations, & they've always been conservative in NAV calculation. Easier to hang on & wait when share price is rising tho ;)
spectoacc
31/12/2019
19:14
They need another major disposal, but the fear is that the easy stuff has been sold, and can they achieve value for what's left
tiltonboy
31/12/2019
19:11
JPEL been on a long drift down - wonder what 2020 has in store...
spectoacc
01/11/2019
09:57
Credited yesterday A J Bell.
alanji
01/11/2019
09:10
Cleared yesterday
bscuit
01/11/2019
08:11
Still no adjustment here, hopefully today.
spectoacc
30/10/2019
17:00
Mine was in my account pending clearance yesterday.
bscuit
30/10/2019
16:00
Payment tomorrow I hope, Selftrade maul my a/c until it's made (listing both full JPEL holding and new, ex-redemption holding, when clearly I only own one): "Payments of redemption proceeds are expected to be effected either through CREST (in the case of shares held in uncertificated form) or by cheque (in the case of shares held in certificated form) on or around 31 October 2019"
spectoacc
14/10/2019
14:39
Not sure I can easily square "...Strong level of realisations from its underlying portfolio..." with the lacklustre NAVs recently, $1.72, $1.72, $1.70 being the last 3 reported. If it's realisations at NAV, doesn't seem too much to get excited about - we get back a mandatory 20% but the remaining 80% becomes more concentrated & all things being equal, little has changed. Stronger £ not helping either. But agree it ought to be worth a couple of cents tick-up.
spectoacc
14/10/2019
13:33
Perhaps surprising that no share price response to the upcoming 20% redemption at 170c.
skyship
11/9/2019
06:00
Might be wrong (3 words that usually precede actually being wrong) but isn't the JPEL NAV only rarely adjusted? ie mostly it stays stable, and every now and then something happens with an investee company to cause a tweak up or down, but generally valued conservatively and so far always risen strongly on exits. Remain a holder here, but weak £ does sometimes make me think about exiting.
spectoacc
10/9/2019
16:25
June NAV down again @ 170c. Personally I'm out; but one has to wonder just what is going on here...
skyship
17/5/2019
15:45
I wonder if JPEL actually makes a monthly calculation or just sticks by the previous month's!
skyship
23/1/2019
17:23
I have not yet had the proceeds credited to my accounts with AJ Bell although a foreign transaction fee has been charged. I have sent a message.
alanji
23/1/2019
14:10
Have now received the payment and have also reinvested that along with a bit more!
budsman
23/1/2019
14:05
Create a fuss, as I had to do with YouInvest this morning. They just had to update their systems and re-download the absurd KIDs statement, though I know not why!
skyship
23/1/2019
12:22
I've had the payout through today, though supposedly the shares are not tradeable. I do not believe this.
nk104
23/1/2019
09:03
Cash rec'd. A useful 9.44% redemption @ the NAV of $1.78. Have bought back the redeemed stock, with a few more on top.
skyship
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