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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pantheon International Plc LSE:PIN London Ordinary Share GB0004148507 ORD 67P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2,100.00 2,125.00 2,130.00 2,130.00 2,080.00 2,080.00 62,867 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -9.9 -21.4 - 1,136

Pantheon Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/8/2015
19:10
Hi mf, since you mentioned it over the way, I did a chart for PIN too. Another modest target, but still positive in a near term, time setting. I almost decided to try and trade this, but having been away, feel that I'm not back up to speed on the markets yet, so left it for now. This is a confirmed Falling Wedge with an upside b/o. T=1370
bamboo2
08/7/2015
10:05
Hello MF, and good luck with your investment, one to lock away, even if Greece exits Europe and negotiates with Blake's 7 to join the Terran Federation... Pantheon will be okay.
damanko
08/7/2015
09:05
Welcome onboard mf. Always been a good one for me, a steady earner.
rcturner2
08/7/2015
08:38
I've bought in here. PIN is a very solid performer and this looks like a good entry point. As ever, looking to hold for a very long time, aiming for 10% pa, which historically is achievable.
mad foetus
23/6/2015
09:13
Good find skyship, thanks.
rcturner2
23/6/2015
09:00
Very positive comment on PIN: http://citywire.co.uk/money/pantheon-turns-to-europe-to-reap-rewards-of-recovery/a820885?ref=citywire-money-latest-news-list
skyship
19/6/2015
10:44
Yes, today's RNS shows a good recovery in the NAV; but only back up to where they were 3months ago. A bit of a currency play this one. Having sold out last year I couldn't resist buying a few CDI at 268p yesterday. Perhaps a bit of a risk ahead of EXPRO's finals on 26th June (Expro, an oil/gas services company, represents 26% of the PV); but the JPMorgan "Holdings" RNS might suggest the bottom is now in over there. At a 50% discount to the historic NAV; and 50p below the 312p Director Michael Fallen paid for a small top-up c3weeks ago, now might be the time to take a look again.. Elsewhere in the PE space I sold OCL for a small turn and bought into BPM, which on a 30% discount still represent very good value. Also bought into LMS recently ahead of the next Tender. So now hold: # BPM # CDI # JPEL # LMS # MTH
skyship
19/6/2015
08:57
Bought back in again today.
rcturner2
18/11/2014
17:06
RCT - from my P.No.99 above: ============================ I continue to hold: # CDI - though much reduced due to concerns over EXPRO # JPEL # MTH - another Tender coming up # NRI - good stats last week # OCL - a recent purchase ============================ FORGOT - also hold PEY as well - bought very recently @ 6.79 after the publication of encouraging stats...At 7.10 they still yield 7.61% and offer an 18.2% NAV discount.
skyship
18/11/2014
11:47
PEY anyone?
rcturner2
18/11/2014
11:21
SKY, Bonjour and I trust all is ca va down there ... 3i is the only one on my radar, though I fear the best days (in terms of rapid growth in NAV & SP) are perhaps gone. A large dip in the market in general may prove a buying opportunity. Over the past few years I've sold long term holdings in RIT, HG Capital, Dunedin Enterprise and Strategic Equity Capital, all of which proved absolute stars - eventually. The gradual narrowing of the NAV discount in PIN rather forced my hand, though I note the market continues to chase the shares ever upwards. The money and thus (as you know) profit is in the bank, similar with the shares I sold last week in PIN. Happen I should look for a wheelchair with a turbo and put it in the cupboard. Just in case ...
damanko
17/11/2014
15:54
Sky, I switched most of mine to PINR, saving nearly a 100p per share. I'm not worried about the lack of liquidity and spread (although currently a tight 20p) as they are a core long term position for me. One day they will gain parity with PIN as it's in everyone's interest. The port, which is pretty mature, still has plenty of growth of give imho and should continue to outperform.
rambutan2
17/11/2014
12:51
D - they've certainly proved a PE star; but now at just a 15.7% discount they perhaps look over-valued versus some peers. I continue to hold: # CDI - though much reduced due to concerns over EXPRO # JPEL # MTH - another Tender coming up # NRI - good stats last week # OCL - a recent purchase Flirted with DNE, but decided no, so quickly cut ----I know, I know! Do you have a favourite in the sector now - beyond PIN that is...
skyship
17/11/2014
11:54
Well, at the current twelve pounds plus some of my holding may have to go, in the absence of any special dividend (in fact, of any dividend at all ...). Holders who bought in some five years ago, when the share price drooped to something around the £2 mark will feel quite good regarding their investment nous. Or very, very lucky. I'm in the latter camp, rather than sell my original holding I chose to top up at that level. Though the original holding dating back to 1989 will remain a core holding, as apparently Zimmer frames and decent wheelchairs are becoming better value as each year passes. As mentioned in previous years, this is quite a quiet thread, thankfully. Though I wonder how many long term holders are left who read it? Not many, if at all is my guess ...
damanko
23/6/2014
09:25
Discount of 17% at current share price.
rcturner2
23/6/2014
07:19
3.2% gain in the last month. Superb performance here.
rcturner2
28/5/2014
13:26
You can draw a ruler under that uptrend.
rcturner2
29/4/2014
15:55
RCT2 - A great long-term hold; though perhaps not surprising that they've been a poor performer over the past year considering the mercurial performance over the 6month period of Oct'12-Mar'13. Take a look at the PE thread to compare the runners and riders. I've just posted on CDI over there. Topped up following the purchase by the CEO; and the 27% discount for a liquidating stock seems overly generous... http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=26570589
skyship
29/4/2014
15:13
Still chugging away nicely growing the NAV. This is one of the IC top 100 funds.
rcturner2
24/10/2013
14:26
Pantheon International Participations PLC ("PIP") announces an unaudited net asset value ("NAV") per share at 30th September 2013 of 1,283.3p, a decrease of 49.9p (-3.7%) from the NAV per share at 31st August 2013. Adverse currency movements, caused in particular by the US dollar which declined by c. 4.5% against sterling, explained the majority of the movement in NAV over the period. PIP received little new valuation information in the month.
skyship
21/5/2013
07:59
NAV back to 1273p versus an share price of 1055 - a 17.1% NAV discount. Looking rather expensive against their peers. Both HVPE & NBPE are at discount levels of just over 23%; and the latter also yields 4.4%...
skyship
21/3/2013
15:05
Nice... Pantheon International Participations PLC ("PIP") announces an unaudited net asset value ("NAV") per share at 28th February 2013 of 1,303.7p, an increase of 5.0% from the NAV per share at 31st January 2013. Valuation gains in the month accounted for 19.2p of the increase in NAV per share. In addition, PIP benefited from foreign exchange movements, which accounted for 41.3p of the increase in NAV per share. PIP's valuation policy for Private Equity funds is based on the latest valuations reported by the managers of the funds in which PIP has holdings. In the case of PIP's valuation at 28th February 2013, the majority of reported valuations (accounting for circa 61% by value) are dated 31st December 2012. At 28th February 2013, PIP's private equity assets stood at GBP816m, whilst cash balances were GBP81m. Undrawn commitments to investments stood at GBP188m at 28th February 2013, calculated using exchange rates at that date. In addition, the Company's multi-currency revolving credit facility agreement, comprising an US$82m facility and a EUR57m facility, remained completely undrawn. PIP's portfolio generated GBP4.2m of cash during the month, with distributions of GBP5.6m relative to GBP1.4m of calls from existing commitments to private equity funds. PIP completed two new co-investments in the month. A GBP2.1m co-investment was made to acquire a telecommunications equipment firm in the USA and a GBP2.0m co-investment was made in a US-based domestic bank. Furthermore, PIP invested GBP 4.9m in share buybacks, acquiring 550,000 redeemable shares at a price of 890p. This price represented a 28% discount to the NAV per share at 31st January 2013.
rambutan2
19/3/2013
00:53
1055-1065 at close today as rerating continues.
rambutan2
12/3/2013
18:56
Ho hum, like the cash reference....... Don't blame you, and have a glass of rouge to celebrate. Am of course minded to offload the rest of my holding, but won't right now. At the rate it's motoring right now eleven pounds is on the radar. Or three. We'll see...
damanko
12/3/2013
17:15
1000p already - that's enough for me as I'm trying to up CASH again...
skyship
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