Pantheon Infrastructure Plc

0.40 (0.46%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pantheon Infrastructure Plc LSE:PINT London Ordinary Share GB00BLNNFL88 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.46% 88.00 829,156 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
87.60 88.80 89.00 87.80 89.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty 13.17 8.03 - 44.50 422.40
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:06 UT 388 88.00 GBX

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Pantheon Infrastructure (PINT) Most Recent Trades

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2023-06-08 15:35:0688.00388341.44UT
2023-06-08 15:28:0587.60107,48494,155.98O
2023-06-08 15:23:4587.8010894.82AT
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Posted at 07/6/2023 09:26 by cruelladeville
Thanks for that. There's little to no upto date information on PINTs own website. So, at today's depressed share price, looking forward to a 4p dividend or around 5%. Thanks again.
Posted at 07/6/2023 09:04 by jonwig
The research note from Quoted Data in March said:

For its first accounting period, ending 31 December 2022, PINT was targeting a dividend of 2p per share, payable in two instalments. The first of these, a 1p dividend, was paid in October 2022 and a second 1p dividend has been declared and is payable on 31 March 2023.
For its 2023 financial year the target is 4p per share and then the board will target a progressive dividend policy thereafter.
Although at the end of December 2022 the company’s revenue account was in deficit (the revenue return for its first accounting period was -0.58p per share), shortly after listing the share premium account was cancelled and became a capital redemption reserve, from which dividends can be paid. As the portfolio matures, we would expect that all dividends will be covered from revenue after expenses.

Their investments are intended for growth rather than steady income.

It's worth subscribing (free) to Quoted Data and Kepler Trust Intelligence. Between them you get a lot of research on these kind of companies.

Posted at 07/6/2023 08:49 by cruelladeville
Does anyone know of forecast dividend for 23/24? I am thinking of buying more PINT at the depressed share price, mainly for income. But at the company webcast a few weeks ago, the management were pretty opaque in my opinion. Is there anything up to date regarding forecast yield per share? I don't even know if the company is planning a 2x or 4x per year distribution. It's not easy to find any information. Thanks.
Posted at 05/5/2023 14:15 by cruelladeville
Pleased to see that the share price has picked up a bit, still dirt cheap though.
Posted at 05/4/2023 17:30 by jonwig
PINT and more:

Posted at 31/3/2023 11:44 by gbcol
Divi landed in my account today. That’s going straight back into buying more, I suspect others will do the same. Hopefully the possibility of a share buyback will also give share price a boost.
Posted at 28/3/2023 08:16 by cc2014

It would be my guess that PINT have deployed their cash at the top of the market right in the middle of the low interest rate, high asset value bubble and the share price is selling off to reflect that.

Sadly what we can now see is that if anyone wants to sell there is little support under the share price and large sellers cannot find liquidity to get out.

It's a pattern over very many shares now as far as I can see. Many of them have reached prices were I am starting to dither about what to do, because I am sure if central bank interest rates start to fall this will help the share price but that can only happen if there is some pain in the system and that in itself means poor corporate profits and depressed asset prices.

For the moment though it seems we have not reached the Fed pivot, indeed with the recent inflation data it seems likely we will get another 0.25% rise by the BOE in 5 weeks. The market seems to think that will be the last one, but if this turns out not to be the case and more are required all hell is going to break loose on equity prices.

Posted at 16/2/2023 11:00 by cruelladeville
What's holding back PINT share price in a generally rising market, nothing?
Posted at 10/1/2023 16:55 by cruelladeville
Happy to see the share price heading towards 100p again. Need to be patient here, I think. A shame the extra capital raise attempt came at the worst possible time for PINT.
Posted at 15/12/2022 09:59 by davebowler
Pantheon Infrastructure

Small NAV increase in Q3

Mkt Cap £455m | Share price 94.8p | Prem/(disc) -4.5% | Div yield 2.1%


Pantheon Infrastructure's NAV per share at 30 September 2022 was 99.3p (Jun-22: 97.9p), representing a 1.4% increase in the quarter. The NAV increase was driven predominantly by valuation gains (+1.6p). FX impact net of hedges had a small negative impact (-0.2p). The portfolio suffered no negative impacts from recent tax and policy changes in the UK and European renewables markets. Five of PINT's eight funded investments (c.38% of NAV) continue to be valued at cost.

At the end of September, the portfolio comprised 10 investments, eight of which are fully invested. A further £41m has been committed (£29m unfunded) and £46m is in legal closing. The exposure is predominantly to digital infrastructure (43%) and power & utilities (35%). PINT has good visibility over cash flows, with 78% of revenues contracted and just 11% linked to GDP.

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