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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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Good, but may cause confusion re charts etc for a few days:

NB Private Equity Partners Limited ("NBPE" or the "Company"), a
closed-end private equity investment company announces that its Class A
Shares have today been admitted to the Official List of the UKLA and to
trading on the Premium Segment of the Main Market of the London Stock
Exchange ("Admission").

The Company's transition from the Specialist Fund Segment to the Premium
Segment is expected to broaden the appeal of the Class A Shares to a
wider range of investors, improve the Company's ability to market the
Class A Shares to retail investors (where appropriate), an increasingly
important source of demand for listed private equity funds, and improve
liquidity in the Class A Shares.

Furthermore, the Board has taken steps to facilitate the Company's
eligibility for inclusion in the FTSE UK Index Series, which would help
raise the Company's profile in the market. In particular, the Company's
market quote on the London Stock Exchange has been redenominated into
Sterling. There will be no changes to the legal form or nature of the
Class A Shares nor to the reporting currency of the Company's financial
statements (which will remain in US Dollars) as a result of the London
Stock Exchange market quote being in Sterling.

The Class A Shares will continue to be traded on Euronext Amsterdam in
US Dollars. The ISIN for the Class A Shares is unchanged (ISIN:
GG00B1ZBD492). The ticker on the London Stock Exchange will continue to be NBPE.

nice runnings
Stifel have upgraded today to $13.20 target
mad foetus
I wonder whether they have changed their valuation methodology - it was very conservative before. Still, great progress.
mad foetus
NAV up 2.1% to $15.32 in November:
An extract from BTEM's October factsheet:

NB Private Equity Partners’ discount continued to grind tighter with NAV growth aided by an IPO of its top holding, an equity co
-investment in Extraction Oil & Gas (XOG) made alongside Yorktown Partners. XOG, which owns land in the Colorado DJ Basin, accounted for 2.7% of NBPE’s NAV prior to its listing which came at a price equating to a near-70% uplift over
carrying value. XOG then traded up further with the share price at month-end representing an 86% increase over carrying value.

Aside from the obvious benefit of an increase in NAV, this transaction al
so serves to highlight the conservative nature of valuations in NBPE’s portfolio.

We had a good October - NAV up 2% at $15.04:
Hi MF - yes, a nice gain for the NAV - the upcoming return for September should be minimally a 2% gain:
That has proved to be exceptionally well time Sky. Good news this morning as well, and the drop in sterling has made this a great investment recently. I've been invited to a lunch with the managers next month and will try to go, but it is good to see one of the underlying investments showing positive growth, especially as the NAV hasn't really changed much over the last 2 years, due in part to the relative youth of many of the underlying investments.
mad foetus
I've bought back in here @ 1050p & have also subscribed for new 2022 ZDPs at a 4.45% GRY.

Sold my RECP @ a c3% yield; so the new ZDPs would be good value if I get them...

New Investor Presentation to coincide with the Offer of new 2022 ZDPs:
XD 25c today
looks like a well times buy Sky. I continue to hold and with the divi and the currency movements am back at about breakeven, but clearly misstimed the call here.
mad foetus
Chart has been total cr*p for ages; but could that $10 level provide support. Certainly the fall looks overdone with a 5% yield and a 30% NAV discount; so have bought a few at $10.
The yield is very attractive and a big chunk of the portfolio (c.30-40%) is in fixed rate debt at high rates which support the yield component. But the rest of the portfolio has done pretty badly really. And having a primary Amsterdam listing doesn't help. But it is worth holding for the yield imo.
mad foetus
G'morning Leeds. I'm basically a Fundamental investor; and nowadays only in asset plays. That said I've always followed the Technicals ever since the early Point & Figure charts back in the 70s; in its most simplistic it does at least provide a picture of trend, support and resistance...
You seem to be an expert at finding these 'charts' Sky.
November NAV slightly down 2c @ 1438. At the offer price of 1083 the NAV discount = an above average 24.7% and the yield on the 50c dividend = 4.62%.

Seems good value; but hate the chart:

free stock charts from

16 November 2015

NB Private Equity Partners Limited ("NBPE" or the "Company") today
published a new presentation for a series of meetings in the UK.

The updated presentations are attached and also available on NBPE's
website at:

thanks sky, agree it can only be a good thing, and it would also make sense to change denomination to sterling at the same time.
mad foetus
From the BTEM monthly Factsheet:

"Harbourvest Global Private Equity completed its long-awaited
move from the Specialist Fund Market to the Main Board of the
London Stock Exchange during the month, with shareholders now
fully enfranchised. This should bring long-term benefits to liquidity
and the broader appeal of the company. In the short-term, we
expect index tracker demand to have a positive impact on the
rating with the change to a Sterling quote facilitating entry into the
FTSE All-Share towards the end of the year. We continue to
encourage NB Private Equity, our largest listed private equity
holding, to make a similar move."

up another 1% last month. With a 4% divi and the exposure to debt this looks a solid performer and I wasn't surprised Money Observer made it their PE choice for cautious investors for the second year running in the most recent issue.
mad foetus
CDI - yes would like ARLE to get on with a disposal/IPO and begin to release some CASH from one of those 5 portfolio holdings; that said the stock looks mis-priced.
The statement is totally obtuse - I hope they make it clearer next time. This is one of my long term banker shares - trading at a 19% discount because it is valued as PE when it is in fact 40% debt and yielding 4%pa. I'm trying to keep my hands in my pockets for a while as I decided to sell a lot in May and "go away". Have dipped my toe in recently into LXB, PIN and MVI, but am holding off looking for real bargains.

Not convinced by CDI yet, but I like the discount at CLDN and will look to move some of my global investment trust exposure there.

mad foetus
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