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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Pantheon International Plc PIN London Ordinary Share GB0004148507 ORD 67P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-25.00 -0.95% 2,615.00 16:35:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2,680.00 2,580.00 2,680.00 2,615.00 2,640.00
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Pantheon PIN Dividends History

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nickwild: Bought a chunk yesterday. In my dealing account - hope to make a tax free capital gain. Good share for this (especially for higher rate tax payers) as no divi. Nice gain already.
skyship: arja - clearly a little help needed. To navigate these boards you will firstly find 12 dropdown menus - at the top of the page, just to the right of the ADVFN logo. One of the most useful and clearly the one you now need is: NEWS Click on that and you will see listed in date order all the RNSs put out by PIN. A very recent one is their monthly NAV statement. From that you will see that at 2600 PIN trade at a 16% discount to their Jan'21 NAV.
spangle93: Hi Hash - yes I'd looked at the newsletter as usual, but I think your explanation goes a long way towards answering the question Meanwhile, there's a new discussion RNS issued by Hardman Research this morning Pantheon International Plc (PIN) is the topic of conversation when DirectorsTalk caught up with Mark Thomas. Mark talks us through the key points from his latest report on the company, explaining why it has become positioned for sustained growth and how they managed risk during the pandemic, and shares his thoughts on the key attractions and risks. hTTps://
skyship: Gavin (Citywire) - the next time you get the chance, instead of allowing her an easy piece of promotion, might you perhaps ask her just why PIN is now just one of only 2 private equity trusts NOT paying shareholders an annual dividend. Cynics will assume that no dividend means an ever-increasing asset value, ergo an ever-increasing management fee. Fairer to shareholders to offer an NAV-based dividend at the rate of, say, 3%/annum. Usually that would deliver a yield of c5%. The traditional response tends to be "Oh well, institutions prefer we grow the assets." There is no evidence for that; and increasingly institutions value INCOME. Sorry, but I believe Helen Steers and the management team are on the take and are ignoring shareholder rights. Until their policy changes, I for one will not be buying their stock.
tomps2: Pantheon investor presentation July 20. Good overview of PE generally, and their fund as a vehicle to give access. Https://
johntobin: Thanks Damanko, I will have a stab. NAV should be up significantly from end of March. So much of PIN is invested in the US and with S+P500 up over 20% and nasdaq up over 35%, admittedly on a narrow group of companies the NAV should be at least the 2900p seen back in March, and higher than the 2950 back last October. Indeed as it has tended to track nasdaq, it should be over 3000p Price is sub 2000p. That is a big discount even for PIN, though other IT like Pershing square that called Covid-19 so well is also at a large discount. If history repeats than it is a time to buy.
damanko: John, No real insight re the NAV. At this time, with these market circumstances worldwide, I doubt that the BOD of PIN has any real clue either. Give it 6 months or so, and a clearer picture should emerge. And it is a saloon, I'm far too old to drive an open top... Regards, d.
johntobin: Hi Damanko, Im old enough to remember the Triumph Vitesse, is it a convertible or saloon? I guess the conversation about cars is that we have little to talk about re PIN, with no NAV updates. Any thoughts on the NAV?
damanko: Sorry John, For the delay in replying, I've only just seen your post. I once went to an AGM, something like 19 years ago. When PIN paid a £2 'special' dividend. I bought a car with the proceeds. As I'm now a sad old git, I bought a 1963 Triumph Vitesse 1600-6 (look it up, it's a unique vehicle). It's in the garage right now, no tax or MOT necessary, every now and then I take it out, and I've given up being annoyed by hearing "My dad had one of those...". Most people think it's a Herald. Good luck with your investment in PIN. d. PS: I too bought warrants in PIN. And took the option to convert them into shares. What a very good decision that was.
mad foetus: Given that most markets have fallen by 30% and many PE companies are in growth areas and so rely on customers making decisions to change their behaviour I think your reading is optimistic sky. I think highly of PIN but the next 2 quarter valuations will be difficult. Suggestion that US unemployment will reach 30% by summer indicates risk of mass bankruptcy. Who knows?
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