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PVN Proven Vct Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Proven Vct Plc PVN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 59.50 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
59.50 59.50 59.50 59.50
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Posted at 12/6/2021 17:05 by cerrito
I have read the PVN AR just out and not surprised to read the following in the outlook section of the Investment Manager's report.
We continue to see a strong flow of interesting new investment
opportunities. However, increasing competition for deals means that
valuation expectations are rising rapidly
Posted at 09/11/2019 21:34 by cerrito
I have just read the interims of both PGOO and PVN for the period till end August and am glad that did not go into recent fund raising given the huge amounts of cash they have had and the write offs they have made in the last six month reporting period.
Be interesting to hear what they have to say in the Wednesday presentation.
Posted at 24/10/2018 14:11 by steve3sandal
Straight lift of the post by james188 on Lemonfool....pointless typing this as well as summed up perfectly. A happy holder.
And today we have the full detail in the half-year report just out. A special dividend of 25.25p per share declared, payable on 30th November.

ProVen Growth is also pretty good at 4.5p per share, but the ProVen VCT realisations over the last six months have been simply outstanding. It obviously means a big reduction in the NAV because (for ProVen VCT) the dividend equates to 25.3% of the NAV as at 1 March 2018. The manager is also in line for a large performance fee. It should mean that the presentations by ProVen next week will be a happy event. Anyone else going?
Posted at 28/6/2018 14:26 by takeatip
Well BP are buying Chargemaster should be a nice profit for us in there somewhere. Might be a good time as every time I come across a Chargemaster customer they are not happy. Poor service typical of a build up to sell. All good for me as my company have taken work from them and I get a nice divi from the share sale.
Posted at 06/6/2018 11:04 by jonwig
NAV 110.0p from 99.7p (28/02):

The Board of ProVen VCT plc (the "Company") is pleased to announce that Richemont Holdings UK, a subsidiary of the Swiss luxury group Compagnie Financière Richemont SA, has agreed to acquire 100% of the share capital of portfolio company Watchfinder, subject to legal and regulatory approval. Based on the expected completion proceeds, less a discount to reflect the risk of non-completion, the unaudited net asset value of the Company at 6 June 2018 is 110.0p per share.

So, assuming success, we ought to get a special dividend here of up to 10p.
Posted at 17/11/2017 17:04 by sharesoc
There is a blog post on 'VCTs – Possible budget changes and pre-planning our response' which mentions PVN available here:
Posted at 21/10/2017 20:34 by jonwig
Cerrito - isn't some of that being paid as the special divi? I'm inclined to agree, though - they charge too much in fees to simply hold cash. I won't be subscribing either.
Posted at 21/10/2017 20:05 by cerrito
Note that for the 4th half year end running PVN has a third of its assets in cash which makes me leary of joining the new fund raising.
Posted at 01/4/2016 18:00 by cerrito
Catching up with things I went into this for a very modest amount for this tax year and just seen that they closed early on March 24 and used £4m of the Over allotment facility ie raised £34m so let's hope that the Investment Team keep their cool and invest this large amount wisely.
Given that total assets of PVN were £63m at 30.11.15 -per website- and in the year to Feb 2015 they invested just £18m(and this was before sales etcet of £7m), this represents quite a step change. I note that Proven Growth and Income which were slightly bigger had no share raise.
Makes me wonder if I made the right decision but as far as I could determine one had the same issues with other funds.
Posted at 28/2/2016 23:33 by cerrito
Yes Jonwig I agree that they are good people; my problem is that I see PVN at the last reporting date had net assets of £65m of which cash was £17.5m...and following their M Vinader sale they have £3m+ more.
I see that they are raising up to £30m- a substantial for them new amount and wonder if they/Beringea have the management depth to both make and monitor all the new investments they would be making.
I have Downing VCT's and I see that they are raising funds for their generalist fund-Downing One- where cash was £18m out of total assets of £82m so the same issue applies-I see that they are raising funds for Downing Two-the defined term VCT's who also have cash.
Albion are also raising funds and two of their VCT's where I have holdings also have plenty of cash.
Thoughts anyone??

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