Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Randall&Quilter LSE:RQIH London Ordinary Share BMG7371X1065 ORD 2P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 135.00p 133.00p 137.00p 135.00p 135.00p 135.00p 0 07:50:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 0.0 8.5 11.7 11.5 169.93

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/11/2017
10:30
On one holding I got 82% of what I applied for , on another I only got 71%. It seems to vary when holdings are in nominee name , depending on what the other nominees do. The 82% quoted above was in Alliance ISA and I have found that I always get a higher excess allocation there as many other holders don't bother to apply at all.The more on the ball the broker is , the lower the allocation it seems. GAN
ganthorpe
06/11/2017
13:59
Would appear my excess application has been scaled back to just under 79% of those applied for. Awaiting written confirmation.
speedsgh
31/10/2017
17:59
Looks like a few who have had notice of their allocation have already sold in the market for a quick buck. Doesn't take much to move the share price.
lord gnome
31/10/2017
10:03
For those who are interested in the allocation / scaleback of the Open Offer, I have had just had this from R&Q: "The excess shares were oversubscribed and were subject to a scaleback to approximately 70% of the excess shares applied for. For details of your allocation you would need to contact Computershare or your broker."
hugodscott
30/10/2017
15:28
Result of GM & Open Offer announced. Expecting excess applications to be scaled back... Result of General Meeting and Open Offer - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/randall---38--quilter-ld--rqih-/rns/result-of-general-meeting-and-open-offer/201710301435459992U/ ...The resolutions set out in the notice convening the General Meeting have been duly passed. The Company also announces that under the open offer of new ordinary shares ("Open Offer"), it received valid applications from Qualifying Shareholders (as defined in the circular posted on 6 October 2017 (the "Circular")) in respect of an aggregate of 3,309,117 new ordinary shares, being the maximum amount available under the Open Offer...
speedsgh
26/10/2017
11:28
Mmm I applied for more than my allocation, but can't see that I'll get too many more as I believe the extra shares will be scaled down.
red ninja
25/10/2017
09:18
jonwig - Likewise, depending on how one defines 'lots'. Have applied for excess on top of measly Open Offer entitlement. Hoping to increase holding by c25%.
speedsgh
25/10/2017
09:02
I applied for lots of extra shares, but if I get all of them I'll maybe sell a few. Result of issue on Monday (30th), dealings on Tuesday.
jonwig
06/10/2017
16:33
AFAIK, If you hold shares in an ISA, it makes no difference but outside an ISA, paying a return of capital defers any tax liability until you sell shares. Even then, since a return of capital reduces the overall cost of buying the shares and increases any CGT gain, you may still avoid tax by using your CGT allowance.
alter ego
06/10/2017
14:35
I am completely indifferent as to whether I receive distributions via dividends or return of capital. All I want is the cash in my bank account. I do see the point, however, that using return of capital makes it look to many potential investors that the company doesn't pay dividends.
lord gnome
06/10/2017
13:47
speeds - as far as the OO goes, I'll be keen for more - see the NAV uplift. And dividends: I think RQIH might have escaped some filters which will have recorded zero until now. (Digital Look, for instance.) So it generates interest in the future? Just a thought. Taxwise, I'm indifferent, as my holding is in an ISA, but some large holders might prefer ROC.
jonwig
06/10/2017
13:34
I note they they have agreed to review whether distributions should be made via dividends, rather than via capital returns, in future. The outcome of this will presumably depend largely on the tax status of the main shareholders & Mssrs Randall & Quilter. from pg11 of the Corcular pdf... HTTP://www.rqih.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Notice-of-General-Meeting-October-2017.pdf 12. DISTRIBUTION POLICY The Group operates a progressive distribution policy. Distributions are made bi-annually and are typically paid in May / June and October / November. New Ordinary Shares issued under the Firm Placing and Open Offer will not affect this policy. New Ordinary Shares issued under the Firm Placing and Open Offer will be eligible for the dividend payment expected in May / June 2018. Without pre-judging the outcome, the Board has committed to reviewing whether it would be in the interests of shareholders to look at paying dividends rather than capital returns (which form the basis of the current distribution strategy). For the avoidance of doubt, any such change will not affect the progressive nature of the policy.
speedsgh
06/10/2017
13:26
RQIH are raising a fair chunk. Having already raised £16.9m gross in March 2017 - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/randall---quilter-ld/rns/placing-to-raise--16-9-million/201702280700169945X/ - they are now looking to increase their share capital by up to 43.5% to raise up to £49.3m by way of a firm Placing and a 1-new-for-every-26-exsting Open Offer. Existing shareholders may apply for additional Open Offer shares over & above their basic 1:26 entitlement via the Excess Application Facility (see pg9 of circular pdf).
speedsgh
06/10/2017
13:07
Circular: Firm Placing, Open Offer & Notice of General Meeting - HTTP://www.rqih.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Notice-of-General-Meeting-October-2017.pdf
speedsgh
05/10/2017
15:57
Second fund raising in 8 months...
stemis
05/10/2017
09:43
One out of left field. I don't think anyone saw that coming. We are losing our eponymous founders next year as well. That was on the cards, but I thought they might look to sell the company ahead of retirement and take their cash into the sun lit uplands. Interesting that the placees seem to have insisted that the Directors put some more skin in the game.
lord gnome
05/10/2017
08:42
Fundraising - a surprise for me: https://www.investegate.co.uk/randall---quilter-ld/rns/placing-and-open-offer/201710050911277965S/ The open offer is a tiny proportion of the total (1-for-26 at 129p) but it looks worth having (and then some?) given they say the current NAV ex-goodwill is 126p-136p. It was only 106.5p at 30 June ... almost loks like a typo there!
jonwig
09/9/2017
11:04
I held Burford and Juridica almost from the start, but sold JIL after its first setback. BUR's business model has evolved a lot and it's unlikely to have major bumps.
jonwig
09/9/2017
10:24
Which litigation funder are you in?
stemis
08/9/2017
15:39
True - plus cat insurance (which isn't doing much for me at the mo!) and litigation funding (which is).
jonwig
08/9/2017
14:56
I think the last bit is the key. You could say that a lot of businesses have nothing to do with equity values; engineering, mining, retail. When I think of non correlated I think of stuff like Alternative Asset Opps which held traded life insurance policies. As people died the policies paid and cash was distributed to shareholders. It really didn't matter what the stock market did, the return was just a function of mortality...
stemis
08/9/2017
13:48
Yes, to the extent that the insurance run-off business has nothing to do with equity values (has it?) although the company does invest its cash in 'securities' which I assume in this case are short-dated govt bonds and therefore low volatility, low return. That's not the same as saying that the share price is uncorrelated of course! When folks sell stuff, they can be pretty indiscriminate.
jonwig
08/9/2017
12:42
Is it uncorrelated?
stemis
08/9/2017
12:11
Stemis - Thanks for response. Is the lack of correlation with equity markets a plus factor? I'd think so at this point.
jonwig
08/9/2017
12:03
No, I think they are all part of the income statement. I can't see any movement in equity that would correspond to reserves release. I agree with you that profit is lumpy and it's hard always to see how they are making it. Similarly I was/am happy to trust management to just get on with it. I guess it just comes down to valuation. NAV cover and yield are key ratios and I feel historically these are now at low levels and I can't see much in the figures that suggests that gap is going to be closed any time soon. So for me the risk to the share price is disproportionately on the downside. If the shares were 100p or even 120p I would feel different...but they aren't.
stemis
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