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PHLL Petershill Partners Plc

-1.50 (-0.72%)
Last Updated: 12:41:58
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petershill Partners Plc LSE:PHLL London Ordinary Share GB00BL9ZF303 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -0.72% 206.50 206.50 207.50 207.00 206.00 206.50 46,161 12:41:58
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Offices-holdng Companies,nec 0 321.1M 0.2868 7.20 2.31B
Petershill Partners Plc is listed in the Offices-holdng Companies sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHLL. The last closing price for Petershill Partners was 208p. Over the last year, Petershill Partners shares have traded in a share price range of 140.00p to 214.50p.

Petershill Partners currently has 1,119,579,119 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Petershill Partners is £2.31 billion. Petershill Partners has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 7.20.

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Logically I agree with you. Some talk on here of GS maxing the returns for their clients at the expense of PI's but from this entry price that should be positive for all. I'm underwater, didn't tender and am tempted to add to average down
lynton3, I bought the day of announcement of the tender. My only reason was to take part in the tender and get the dividend. I tried to tender all my shares, but was allocated just half at £2.14.

Haven't decided to do with the remaining half. In my experience, this type of tender offer is usually a very bullish indicator for the medium/long term. Leaning towards just holding on.

So we have an overhang of 60m shares held by people who want to sell at about this price
GS are buying 356p of assets for 214p

Keep this up and they will be able to take it private then sell it again :)

What a jolly wheeze !

My view is that most GS clients were in this pre IPO. GS think there's a constant flow of sellers from the IPO who are holding the price back. It therefore makes sense to do a tender 15% above the market price but well below NAV because their clients benefit in three ways: weak holders exit in one operation rather than providing a drag, NAV increases and discount to NAV decreases. That's why its happening. What is surprising to me, and other more knowledgeable may explain, is that the market price isn't closer to the tender level. Does that imply people are too impatient to be paid and prefer o sell into the market at a lower price? Strange in a stock like this. I expect a tender offer to now become an annual event as it is at Tetragon. Personally, I am not selling as I believe their timing was lousy for the IPO but conditions have now improved and will continue to do so
Does anyone have a view on the tender offer?
Very (pleasantly) surprised by the market reaction to this morning's RNS as both the dividend and tender offer have been highlighted before, and if anything the tender offer is very underwhelming in both the premium and the size (I have expected higher ones on both accounts).
Who knows?
I only have 5K left so I will focus on other more worrisome holdings/sectors

I am migrating to global trackers of different flavours

If I buy 10 stocks, 3 go up 3 go down and 4 sit there. Overall, I am barely beating a global tracker and putting in time and effort. I have had some big wins but they were risky so the holdings weren't big. Kier at 62p was a good buy but I only had 10k.

With a decent sized SIPP, it is hard to move the needle without taking big risks which isn't bright with your pension

The alternative asset managers are fine in my view.
The red flag is the soon to be c80% controlling shareholding stake. I wonder whether those investors are holding it as £2 or £3.45 in their GS portfolio's. I bet it's the latter given its an illiquid asset!
Anyway, minority shareholders will never see book value being returned until there is a realisation event for the majority holders. Will it be delisted before that happens or not?
In the meantime, its probably a reasonably good investment at the right price.

A profit is a profit.
A relatively well known commentator in the IT space said to me "Not sure I would be buying anything they were selling".

Goldmans are offering to buy 345p of assets for 214p

Thanks guys. I notice neither the managers or the long term GS funds will be partaking of that offer.

I bought at 220 and 180 and 162 and have let half go.

The lesson for me is............... I didn't understand it, I still don't understand it and I should never have bought it. I have made a profit but it is a fluke.

Agreed 8p more, but its partly priced in I suspect and will -8p as soon as xd. Could run up a bit further I suppose, but I can't see holders getting much more than 15% in the tender. The gain was adequate so I cashed in. Possibly should have waited a few more days, but US markets are downtrending as well.
Difficult one, they are going ex-div on 9th May.
I've exited for a c20% return in 8 months. Might repeat once the tenders and buy-backs are out of the way.
15% premium (already halved since this morning) on a max of 3.4 % of shares to be tendered is not really anything to be excited about.
Good to see them being proactive to close the gap to NAV. I have no problem with them doing the best for their clients as small shareholders will benefit too
They are really good at pitching the offer. The share price hasn't been in this territory since around Oct 2022.
Yes, but a c39% discount to their valuation. Hardly good value. This vehicle is really run to max. out the majority shareholders (i.e. Goldman Sachs clients). Really we should get a buy-out opportunity at a 2% discount to net asset value.
Tender offer of 214p! Premium to current share price
214p on c15% of your shares + another 8p dividend then with the tender offer and dividend. IPO was at 350p which is close to the current book value - Goldman Sachs will be looking after their majority stakeholders. This won't remain listed for more than a few more years in my view. Resaonable returns to be made though in between the buy-backs and tender offers.
What is that nonsense of buying back 100 shares and then releasing an RNS everyday. Doesn't it cost the company/shareholder more than the 100 shares' worth to just release an RNS?
The other board is showing 156.01% operating margin on the fundamentals page.
§ Balance Sheet and capital return remain strong.

§ Free cash flow (FCF)1 conversion increased to 99% (2022: 76%) supporting growth and the progressive dividend policy.

§ Investments at fair value were $5.3bn, an increase of 6% vs. the prior year end (2022: $5.0bn).

§ Cash and investments in money market funds totalling $305m as at 31 December 2023 (31 December 2022: $581m).

§ Book value per share1 of 431 cents (2022: 416 cents).

§ Purchased 13.2m Ordinary Shares for $26m through 31 December 2023 as part of the $50m buyback programme announced in March 2023 and 15.8m Ordinary Shares for $32m through 24 March 2024.

"(Alliance News) - Petershill Partners PLC on Tuesday said it swung to a profit in 2023 due to a gain from investments, despite income toppling.

Petershill is a London-based investment group focussed on private equity and other private capital strategies. The company is operated by Goldman Sachs Asset Management, having been spun off from Goldman Sachs Group Inc in 2021.

Petershill said it swung to a pretax profit of USD397.1 million in 2023 from a pretax loss of USD505.1 million the year before.

This was due to a gain from investments at fair value of USD227.0 million, compared to a loss of USD806.7 million the previous year.

Total income fell by 19% to USD319.4 million from USD393.6 million a year ago.

Petershill proposed a final dividend of 10.1 US cents. This brought its total dividend to 15.0 US cents, up 3.4% from 14.5 cents the year before.

Also, Petershill said it was mulling launching a share buyback programme worth up to USD100 million, serving a notice to terminate the current programme.

"Our robust capital raising and dynamic approach to capital allocation underpins our ongoing confidence about our medium-term prospects for shareholders," the company said.

Looking ahead, Petershill said it expects acquisitions in 2024 to be in-line with its medium-term range of USD100 million to USD300 million per annum.

It also targets a 85% to 90% adjusted earnings before interest and tax margin."

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