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NBPE Nb Private Equity Partners Limited

14.00 (0.84%)
19 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  14.00 0.84% 1,690.00 1,674.00 1,684.00 1,680.00 1,674.00 1,680.00 8,847 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty 89.54M 27.07M 0.5854 36.73 774.94M
Nb Private Equity Partners Limited is listed in the Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NBPE. The last closing price for Nb Private Equity Partners was 1,676p. Over the last year, Nb Private Equity Partners shares have traded in a share price range of 1,450.00p to 1,714.00p.

Nb Private Equity Partners currently has 46,237,719 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Nb Private Equity Partners is £774.94 million. Nb Private Equity Partners has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 36.73.

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MF - yes, still enjoying the great run in JPEL - $ denominated so doubly good the past 2-3weeks!

Now waiting on BPM, CDI & LMS. As you know, bought back into CDI very recently - couldn't resist the 50% discount to the last NAV declaration.

Found it here:
What a totally nonsensical NAV statement. Nowhere does it say what the NAV actually is!!!
get back to your musculation young man!
I'm pretty pleased with the performance since I bought. I see PEY has been recommended by brokers but think RC Turner is right in being wary of euro weakness there. NBPE is in dollars and so should have a good tailwind there to add to returns. Of course, plenty of others are dollar denominated - I think your faves APEF and JPEL are. Along with commercial property I think the risk/return ratio in PE look the best in the market at the moment. But then I am preaching to the converted!

mad foetus
...and of course on the back of yet another good NAV performance for December. Never should have parted with these!!!

12 January 2015

NB Private Equity Partners Limited ("NBPE" or the "Company"), a
closed-end private equity investment company, today announced an updated
Net Asset Value ("NAV").

30 November 31 December % Change in
2014 2014 NAV
Unaudited estimated NAV per share $13.78 $13.95 1.2%
Unaudited Total Return per share* $14.64 $14.81 1.2%

big buy yesterday of 77,000 shares at $12 each. I suspect filling that order has been driving the share price up. Given the limited volumes traded on NBPE it may also in turn act as support.
mad foetus
Hi Sky - I have a brokers note from Oriel making the point quite forcibly about the debt aspect and raising their target price to 12.10 (though TPs are always very conservative in the PE sector) and it was also Money observer's cautious recommendation in the PE sector a month or so ago. Clearly the share price has done very well over the past couple of years but I think there is more to come.
mad foetus
Hi MF - I've obviously held NBPE in the past and should have retained rather than taken profits. But in spite of their good performance in growing their NAV by 11%YTD, I feel the share price to be up with events. At an offer price of 11.59 the yield = 3.88% and the NAV discount has now dropped to 16.1% - a tad low versus many peers.

Nevertheless, I agree, should be a good long-term holding.

Also, I will obviously need to look further at that "debt fund" aspect.

well, I've bought in. The rating is comparable to normal PE funds but the direct investments and dividends mean it is similar in many ways to a debt fund, which should damp down volatility and merit a smaller discount imo.
mad foetus
I like that sky. Best regards sbp
Good news - the long-term tap has finished:
NBPE finally making a move...

At the current 925c the Discount = 25.9% and the Yield = 4.43%

At my target 975c the Discount = 21.9% and the Yield = 4.21%

I put in a limit order on NRI at 325 yesterday but did not get any, even though the offer was 322 when I put it in! Price now too high.
Will have to have another look at possibilities. Agree CP is now getting difficult but still a few bargains.

Alan - that's encouraging - welcome aboard.

I'm finding the problem I currently have is the one of consolidation into fewer and fewer stocks. Now holding only two propcos - APT & LSR; and the cash has to go somewhere, so I'm adding to all my PE plays.

Recently added or bought back into FPEO, JPEL, LMS, MTH, NBPE & NRI.

Actually bought into a conventional trading company last week - but on today's further rise I've already taken the turnout. The SBRY chart was just too good to resist, very like the DSC chart recently ....and we know what happened there!

You looked lonely on here, Sky so I have joined you with a small initial punt.
Oct'13 NAV up 1.2% to $12.29:

Stock looking cheap @ 907c - NAV discount now 26% & yield = 4.51%. The next divi RNS on/around 22nd Jan'14 will more than likely raise that yield slightly; IMO c4.7% prospective at 907c.

After a prolonged 9months consolidation around the $9.00 level, the shares should begin to move forward ahead of that Jan'14 RNS.

The 200day MA has closed up beneath us and the MACD is turning up; so we should be back over $9 again soon.

The past 7 months has seen a boring but necessary period of consolidation after the 2012/2013 strong run up from the $7 level.

As of 31 July 2013, the unaudited estimated NAV per share was $11.93
(after accruing for the August dividend, which will be paid on 30 August
2013), which represents 0.1% increase compared to the unaudited NAV per
share of $11.92 at 30 June 2013. Including the cumulative dividends paid
and accrued for 2013 of $0.41 per Share, NBPE's total return unaudited
NAV per Share was $12.34 which represents a 1.8% increase compared to
the unaudited total return NAV per Share of $12.12 at 30 June 2013.

XD that 21c divi today
Dropped 20c on the small divi increase from 20c to 21c. Not XD until next week, so the fall must be due to someone being nervous over this statement:

"On a pro forma basis, NBPE's dividend is approximately 67% covered by
the run rate current cash yield on its direct yielding portfolio. NBPE
estimates that, through the investment plan described above, dividends
at the current level will be fully covered on a run rate basis by the
cash yield on its direct yielding investments by the end of 2013.

This dividend as well as future dividends shall be made conditional on
the passing of the solvency test under Guernsey law.

The Board of Directors will continue to evaluate the Company's financial
position, annual dividend target and the timing of future dividends.
Future dividend payments will be announced by NBPE after the Board of
Directors have completed such evaluation."

We continue to creep higher, today amid really high trades accounting in total for c7% of the equity...

Being 10% CASH, decided to add another 2k @ $9.25. Short of ideas other than existing holdings. Causing some portfolio concentration; but they're still yielding 4.3%, so little reason why they shouldn't make further progress to, say, the $10 level for a 15% NAV discount.

As of 31 May 2013, the unaudited estimated NAV per share was $11.95,
which represents 0.8% increase compared to the unaudited restated NAV
per share of $11.86 at 30 April 2013.

IMS uplifts that End Apr'13 to $11.86.
Nothing new from the AGM statement; but the monthly NAV shows further good growth.

As of 30 April 2013, the unaudited estimated NAV per share was $11.81,
which represents 1.1% increase compared to the unaudited estimated NAV
per share of $11.68 at 31 March 2013.

At $9.00 the shares are on a 23.8% discount & yield 4.44%; so still very good value. No longer electrifyingly cheap as the whole sector was 18months ago, but look good for steady progress to that $10 level on the chart above.

At $10 the discount would be down to 15.3%, but the yield would still be 4.0%. Of course the asset reporting methodology suggests historic, in-built asset growth still to show through...

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