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Raven Prop P LSE:RAVP London Preference Share
  Price Change % Change Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 114.00 112.00 116.00 114.00 114.00 114.00 81,775 08:00:00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/12/2019
15:26
Financing could come from the 'related parties' who bought a few of RAVP and ordinaries in the initial Woodford selloff. This is pure speculation. Is it strange that the company has still not disclosed who these related parties are?
kenny
11/12/2019
15:26
If you buy in debt at less than book value it affects NAV.
igbertsponk
11/12/2019
14:58
Dont think it affects NAV. Intrigued to know how much new debt will cost and if they can finance cheaper than they currently are.
gfrae
11/12/2019
09:38
All prices still unchanged. Guess it adds to the Ords NAV per share, but will increase risk due to higher gearing.
igbertsponk
11/12/2019
08:45
Where the hell is all this cash coming from to keep doing this is what im asking
my retirement fund
11/12/2019
08:38
Shame I cant buy a few more for 115
owenski
11/12/2019
08:33
Even better if they cancel them.
eeza
11/12/2019
08:32
Personally see this as good news as this stake was likely to be coming to market so they have removed the uncertainty and from a company perspective got themselves a bargain as they held all the cards in this negotiation. Once again makes the ords more attractive too.
otemple3
11/12/2019
07:40
Buyback of Prefs at 115p.Not sure this is good news.Probably Invesco bailing which is kind of expected due to Woodford contamination. But surprised they couldn't pass on to other institutions at more than 115p!!
igbertsponk
11/12/2019
07:21
Company buying back at 115 , thats a nice 10%+ yield on the cash they spend
catsick
06/12/2019
09:18
The shares could be placed on another stock market, after all who would want to be listed in the UK these days with the way things are
my retirement fund
04/12/2019
22:15
Can not say I am comfortable with the proposed purchase of such a chunk of the ords to be held in treasury which obviously will require financing .
holts
03/12/2019
17:33
Suspect Invesco with their big Pref and Convertible holdings hold all the aces. The company throws off the needed amount of cash every 12 months so not drastic.
igbertsponk
03/12/2019
17:14
Surely this proposed reduction in the capital base of the company is not in the interests of the pref holders as it will reduce our capital cover.
nitnia
03/12/2019
13:30
The RNS is here https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/raven-property-RAV/share-news/Raven-Property-Group-Limited-Transaction-in-Own-Sh/81262804
igbertsponk
03/12/2019
13:28
Woodford fallout continues. Invesco jumping on the bandwagon. hTtps://www.investmentweek.co.uk/news/4007630/raven-property-targets-share-capital-repurchase-invesco?utm_medium=email&utm_content=&utm_campaign=IW.SP_16.Daily_RL.EU.A.U&utm_source=IW.DCM.Editors_Updates&utm_term=FPC%20FINANCIAL%20SERVICES&im_company=FPC%20FINANCIAL%20SERVICES&utm_medium=email&utm_term=2%20to%209&im_edp=410979-05474982d5ce102b%26campaignname%3DIW.SP_16.Daily_RL.EU.A.U Adds hugely to the Ords NAV per share, but the cash will have to be found. Ords tempting at this discount.
igbertsponk
02/12/2019
12:50
Hi Dave, the link you gave is only relevant to scrip dividends paid by UK companies. The following extract is from Appendix 3 to the company’s scrip dividend circular for the December 2019 scrip dividend: “The issue of new Preference shares by a company for no payment would ordinarily be treated as income for UK tax purposes. In the case of a non-UK resident company issuing a scrip dividend alternative this is not the case and no liability to income tax or corporation tax arises for UK resident shareholders. The issue of new Preference Shares by the Company to Preference Shareholders for no payment will not be treated as giving rise to income in the hands of the recipients of the new Preference Shares. No liability to income tax or corporation tax will therefore arise for any UK resident Preference Shareholders who elect to receive new Preference Shares.” The full scrip dividend circular is available from the company’s website. See also HMRC Foreign Notes 2018/19, page FN7 which, as regards income, states: “Do not include: … • stock dividends or bonus shares from a stock dividend issue made by a foreign company” hTTps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/787470/SA106_notes_2019.pdf Hopes this helps to explain the tax treatment.
kenny
02/12/2019
11:40
Scrip dividends tax - https://www.gov.uk/hmrc-internal-manuals/savings-and-investment-manual/saim5150
davebowler
29/11/2019
01:17
....and Trump wishes to sanction companies working on a new gas pipeline between Russia and Germany, including German and UK companies working on this commercial, not State, project. The official line is that the US fears that Europe will become too reliant on Russian gas but according to reports I read: the real reason is that it means US gas becomes uncompetitive to sell into Europe. On top of Trump's comments about NATO, is it any wonder that European countries are questioning whether an alliance with the US still exists?
kenny
20/11/2019
10:39
Prefs much more pension assets as Convertibles only have a 10 year life. Prefs go on and on and on spinning off income. The Convertibles end in 2026, not too far off now.
igbertsponk
20/11/2019
09:38
Why are the prefs safer than the convertibles ? The convertibles rank in front in default
hindsight
20/11/2019
09:17
Prefs have done very well for many years. A slightly safer home for my pensions than the convertibles.
igbertsponk
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