Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nb Private Equity Partners Limited LSE:NBPE London Ordinary Share GG00B1ZBD492 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +7.50p +0.67% 1,125.00p 1,120.00p 1,130.00p 1,125.00p 1,115.00p 1,115.00p 77,549 15:53:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments - - - - 548.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/7/2019
12:06
Thanks sky, and with sterling down 0.8% against the dollar so fa today a holding here seems a good idea right now
mad foetus
16/7/2019
10:00
Are the buybacks continuing?
mad foetus
16/7/2019
09:46
Agreed - nothing more dozy than the share price of a PE trust allowing plenty of time to buy!
nimbo1
16/7/2019
07:29
30 June 2019 NAV per Share of $18.72 (GBP14.71) increased $0.29 (GBP0.09) from $18.43 (GBP14.62) 31 May 2019 NAV per Share. That was with Cable @ 127.34....now @ 125.2 the NAV is up to 1495 and the discount up to 24.4%. Way out of line against their peers. A quick move to 1150 beckons...
skyship
10/6/2019
08:26
Hard to see share price falling while they are buying back, and with potential for further uplifts looks very good imo. I continue to hold.
mad foetus
06/6/2019
10:01
Looking at those good upwards revaluations maybe Woody needs to talk to NB about which unquoted companies to buy into ?
stevebarrett86
06/6/2019
09:40
WOW! - A large revaluation for the April NAV - up 3.6% to $18.57, that = 14.62 at 1.27 exchange rate. Takes the discount up to 24.4% at the improved 1105p. Made a small top-up at 1093.5p this morning...
skyship
05/6/2019
07:27
Pleased to see a chunky buyback. Good thing to as these are rather undervalued versus their peers at 22.6% discount versus 18.8% average for others; and 15.8% for HVPE:- NBPE & HVPE often move in discount tandem. Transaction on London Stock Exchange Date of purchase of Shares 4 June 2019 Number of Shares purchased 100,000 Class A Shares Highest price/lowest price paid GBP10.75 / GBP10.75
skyship
10/9/2018
07:32
Just updated the June NAV, adding an extra 71c. No explanation I can see but good news
mad foetus
05/9/2018
10:10
Stifel issued a buy note today. I still hold but not much to say!
mad foetus
30/7/2018
19:38
Good to hear a couple of shareholders feeling rightly disgruntled about the too wide discount. Here them grumble on the last presentation call in... htTp://www.nbprivateequitypartners.com/investorpresentation.aspx
rambutan2
19/7/2018
10:09
Good news - a worthwhile increase in the dividend - see today's NEWS in Header
skyship
13/7/2018
15:27
20 JUL'17: NBPE Announces its Second 2017 Semi-Annual Dividend So we should see the next divi announcement next week.
skyship
28/6/2018
16:19
Still hold these, a decent port in a storm
mad foetus
26/6/2018
07:07
31 May 2018 NAV per Share of $17.42 (£13.10) increased $0.18 (£0.58) from $17.24 (£12.52) NAV per Share at 30 April 2018
skyship
20/6/2018
14:03
HVPE today announced a great May performance. NBPE's announcement should be tomorrow or Friday. I'm looking for a similarly positive outcome; actually potentially better. Because of the strong $ at 1:33 end May, there has to be a good chance that the NAV will break 1300p...
skyship
29/5/2018
19:33
I was a bit surprised they thought more leverage was required at this time in the cycle. I would rather they were a bit cautious and bide their time.
rambutan2
29/5/2018
19:26
Noted that the new Zs GRY is at the full 4.25%: (The GRY of the 2024 ZDP Shares will be determined by way of a book-build reflecting orders received pursuant to the Issue. Potential investors will be asked to indicate the number of 2024 ZDP Shares they wish to acquire at different GRYs, ranging between 3.25 per cent. and 4.25 per cent. (in five increments of 0.25 per cent. each), or at the strike GRY. All applications for 2024 ZDP Shares received pursuant to the Initial Placing and Offer for Subscription will be aggregated, showing the amount of demand at each GRY. The 2024 ZDP GRY shall be set at the lowest GRY at which applications under the Initial Placing and Offer for Subscription, have been received subject to a minimum issue size of 20 million new 2024 ZDP Shares being achieved.) NB Private Equity Partners Limited ("NBPE" or the "Company"), a closed-end private equity investment company, today announced a successful issuance of 2024 Zero Dividend Preference Shares ("2024 ZDP Shares") of GBP50 million at a Gross Redemption Yield ("GRY") of 4.25%. The issuance is conditional on the admission of the 2024 ZDP Shares to trading on the Specialist Fund Segment of the London Stock Exchange's Main Market (the "SFS"), which is expected to become effective on 30 May 2018. Summary -- Issue of 50,000,000 new 2024 ZDP Shares at 100 pence each -- Gross Redemption Yield set at 4.25% -- Final Capital Entitlement of 130.63 pence per 2024 ZDP Share on the repayment date of 30 October 2024 -- The Issue was over-subscribed at a GRY of 4.25% and therefore elections and applications have been scaled back in line with the policy set out in the Prospectus
rambutan2
29/5/2018
18:56
At $1.33 the NBPE NAV climbs to 1296p and the discount climbs to 23.6%! Way higher than all peers...
skyship
23/5/2018
20:56
fair enough sky hope I am still as sharp as you when/if I get to 70 :)
spob
23/5/2018
20:52
Certainly agree with the last. Lost 31% in '08, which mercifully was followed by '09 - the best year ever with a gain of 85%! As I've detailed in the Headers of the JDT thread, my average gain is a mere 13%pa; but I'm resigned to lower figures in the future as I am in Income Drawdown mode @ 8%pa, so happy to achieve that in now my 70th year...
skyship
23/5/2018
20:25
somewhere between 15 and 20 on average some years much more and sometimes negative eg 2008/09 one key factor is not selling when there is panic in the markets. not selling when prices become silly.
spob
23/5/2018
18:05
spob - before I answer - is that 20%pa you're aiming for? If so; have you been achieving that over time?
skyship
23/5/2018
15:32
Yes but am I right in thinking that you mainly invest for income and safety of capital. I tend to shun some investments even if I know they could almost guarantee me 8% per year because I am aiming for 20 minimum and taking inflation away from 8% doesn't leave much in the way of progress. If banks were paying 8% interest after tax would I stop investing in shares? Perhaps if the rate of inflation was permanently zero or negative. But that's never going to happen. So the answer is no. I have to aim high.
spob
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