Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Raven Property Group Limited LSE:RAV London Ordinary Share GB00B0D5V538 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -0.18% 27.50 3,896 16:35:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
27.00 28.10 27.00 27.00 27.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 112.50 0.71 -2.05 156
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:09 UT 78 27.50 GBX

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Raven Property Daily Update: Raven Property Group Limited is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RAV. The last closing price for Raven Property was 27.55p.
Raven Property Group Limited has a 4 week average price of 27p and a 12 week average price of 27p.
The 1 year high share price is 33.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23.50p.
There are currently 566,493,370 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 187,663 shares. The market capitalisation of Raven Property Group Limited is £155,785,676.75.
igbertsponk: EXPECTED TIMETABLE OF EVENTS 2021 Latest time and date for receipt of Tender Forms and TTE instructions from CREST Shareholders 1.00 p.m. on 17 June Record Date for the Tender Offer 6.00 p.m. on 17 June Annual General Meeting 10.30 a.m. on 18 June Outcome of Tender Offer announced by 8.00 a.m. on 21 June Bank accounts credited or cheques despatched for certificated Ordinary Shares purchased pursuant to the Tender Offer and payment through CREST for uncertificated Ordinary Shares purchased pursuant to the Tender Offer by 28 June CREST accounts credited for revised holdings of Ordinary Shares by 28 June Despatch of balance share certificates for unsold Ordinary Shares by 28 June If any of the above times and/or dates change, the revised times and/or dates will be notified to Shareholders by an announcement through the Regulatory Information Service of the London Stock Exchange. All references in this document are to London time unless otherwise stated
irish_neris: What are these price monitoring extensions about?
tradertrev: Broadly neutral in my opinion - might tip the balance of negotiating power slightly away from RAV in a weak market, but we're not in a weak market (despite the perception to the contrary!)
my retirement fund: Tipped in shares mag: The most generous yield on offer is from Raven Property (RAV) at 8.6%. The shares have been weak for a while and that could have pushed up the yield. Raven invests in logistics assets, which have been boosted by the acceleration of the growth in online shopping during the pandemic, but also derives its rent in rubles and reports in sterling. This makes its results highly sensitive to a Russian economy and exchange rate which, in turn, is affected by movements in the oil price and economic sanctions imposed on Russia by the West
erstwhile2: Of course the company could have used the VTB loan to buyback and cancel the shares directly. But this structure permits management (not you) to own 50m invesco bought shares at 21p sale price, plus control the votes of all 100m shares without them being cancelled, plus diffuse their ords into the vehicle at 35p est NAV instead at no risk, with a call if they go better in 5 years. Management are and have been self enrichers throughout the life of this vehicle so a continuation of that style of governance must be factored into any RAV/RAVP investment.
gfrae: I am fully aware of what has been going on with this share. Despite RAVC cancellation, Woodford/Invesco selling and overhang etc. I can not believe it is right that 3 or 4 large shareholders agree with each other to allot 50,000,000 shares plus 16 million prefs using money borrowed by the company to buy shares for management. Why don't management separately and in their own names borrow from VTB to buy the shares ? Moreover this arrangement does not necessarily solve the problem of the overhang, we don't know what they are going to do with the shares, they might dribble them into the market until all are sold depressing the price for ages. I realise something had to be done but for Schroders, Quilters et al to agree to management buying 50,000,000 shares at about 50% of NAV and Prefs yielding 13.33%, especially when these are warehouses in hot demand with 93% occupancy and next to no bad debt in a rapidly expanding market seems a little extreme.
cc2014: gfrae. You are very late to the party here. As flyfisher says Invesco have been trying to shift their shareholding for a long time. Perhaps 18 months and for whatever reason they wished to shift it all in one lot rather than dripping it into the market. During the 18 months they were trying to shift it they didn't sell even 1 share into the market at a higher price. The story is alot longer than this and involves RAVC too and the whole Woodford mess. You can't blame the management for taking advantage of the situation as no-one else wanted to take the shares off Invesco's hands. Presumably Invesco have their reasons for wanting to do it this way. It's utterly beyond me though and I'd never buy an Invesco equity fund unless the discount was massive, say 20+%.
flyfisher: gfrae, Net assets at yr end £234m Cost of 9.85m buy in 2.1m Net assets post deal 231.9m Rouble weakness has reduced net assets by 7.5% to 214.5 post deal ord share capital 581.5m NAV post deal 36.9p, with j/v marked at cost If you wish to mark the j/v at market share price then a gain of £7.4m or 1.3p nav is added. The deal to buy in from woodford and invesco at 36p and 40p does not look too clever now, but it does not stop the directors taking a 6m share bonus for the 2019 performance scheme. No wonder there was such a heavy vote against directors remuneration.
gfrae: flyfisher, the recent Edison note has the post Invesco/Woodford buyback NAV, but not the NAV post the proposed buyback of Invescos 29% which is subject to approval at the AGM. From my quick reading of the Raven document on the proposed buyback, the company has a call over all the shares in the j/v at cost price (after any loans or costs repaid), therefore there should be a significant effective increase in NAV should or when the company buys back the shares from the j/v and cancels them.
igbertsponk: Worth a read. If those yields are hit the RAV share price will be well over a quid. hTtps://
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