Marwyn Value Investors Dividends - MVI

Marwyn Value Investors Dividends - MVI

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Marwyn Value Investors Limited MVI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 122.00 01:00:00
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Marwyn Value Investors MVI Dividends History

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cwa1: Release after market close:-
hugepants: The ZEG tender at 153.5p with ZEG remaining as a shell. This should add a few pence on to the MVI NAV. NAV announced today at 181p I think MVI will now basically consist of Le Chameau (12% of NAV) with net cash being 88% of NAV. Most cash held directly with some spread across a few SPACs such as ADVT. It's a no-brainer for the management to do some kind of tender and effectively buy cash at a discount here. I'm not sure they are that clever though.
skyship: 29/07/21: INTERIM DIVIDEND TO ORDINARY SHAREHOLDERS The Company is pleased to announce that an interim dividend of 2.265p per Ordinary Share will be paid on 27 August 2021, pursuant to the Company's ordinary share distribution policy.
skyship: "Marwyn Value Investors has 2 classes of share - ordinary and Realisation shares. Both classes have the same rights, except that the Realisation shareholders are only entitled to returns on realisations made on investments." You'll find plenty of information in past MVI pronouncements - in typical Robert Ware fashion a further complication to muddy the waters.
makinbuks: Interesting comments on the end of share buy backs and the return to dividend payments but overall I agree if thats all that was to be said it could have happened a lot sooner. I can only assume something else is imminent and they had hoped to conclude it before the accounts. Not sure what difference that would make personally, I think a constant newsflow is a good thing
makinbuks: Isn't the dividend a bit bizarre in the face of the refusal to return cash to shareholders? What is the point of an uncovered dividend? Its not like its an income source you could rely on. Seems to me the policy should either be to wind up and return all to holders or return nothing and create a following in the new ideas. The dividend sits astride these opposing philosophies
davebowler: Liberum; Significant capital return from Zegona Mkt Cap £67m | Share price 116.0p | Prem/(disc) -36.0% | Div yield 7.8% Event Zegona yesterday announced its intention to return £335m to shareholders following the acquisition of Euskaltel by by MasMovil. Zegona is the largest investor in Euskaltel, a quad-play telecoms provider in the North of Spain. The offer from Masmovil represents an underlying asset value of 170p per share for Zegona. The offer is conditional on regulatory clearances and a minimum 75% acceptance level. On completion, Zegona will receive €428m (£370m) from the sale, of which £335m (153p per share) will be returned to shareholders. Zegona expects to have a net cash balance of c.£11m after the capital return and LTIP payments. Zegona will look for further investments that fits its Buy-Fix-Sell strategy across the European TMT sector. Marwyn funds hold 42.1m shares in Zegona, of which 30.2m relates to the ordinary shares and 4.4m relates to the realisation shares. Marwyn funds will receive £64.35m assuming the sale completes. The proportion relating tot he ordinary shares is £46.1m. The company's distribution policy is to return 50% of net capital gains to shareholders. Since 2015, £37.9m has been returned to shareholders through dividends and share buybacks and the realised gains over the same period are £35.7m. No distribution is required under the policy as MVI has already returned significantly above the 50% level. The proceeds will be used to support its acquisition vehicles. Biggest Movers
skyship: Very nice, another 2.265p divi. If they pay 4 of those the total would be 9.06p and the yield at 117p would be 7.74%. I just wish I knew what their "share distribution policy" actually is! Anyone got a handle on that? ================================================= INTERIM DIVIDEND TO ORDINARY SHAREHOLDERS The Company is pleased to announce that an interim dividend of 2.265p per Ordinary Share will be paid on 28 May 2021, pursuant to the Company's ordinary share distribution policy.
davebowler: Liberum; Mkt Cap £65m | Prem/(disc) -37.0% | Div yield 2.0% Event Marwyn Funds, including Marwyn Value Investors LP (in which MVI is fully invested), have invested a further £12m into Marwyn Acquisition Company II Limited (MAC II) and Marwyn Acquisition Company III Limited (MAC III). Of each £12m investment, c.£9.2m is attributable to MVI and therefore represents 9.2% of the ordinary shares' NAV at 31 March 2021. MAC II and MAC III are also considering a further equity issue of up to £200m via redeemable shares and warrants.
hugepants: Interim dividend to Ordinary Shareholders 2.265p dividend announced. They don't say if it is quarterly or half yearly. Previously they paid quarterly?
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