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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Real Estate Credit Investments Limited LSE:RECI London Ordinary Share GB00B0HW5366 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 156.25 156.00 157.00 - 56,875 08:00:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 37.2 16.2 9.6 358

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04/9/2015
10:00
Liberum; Real Estate Credit Investments (BUY) 0.5% NAV growth in August Event RECI's NAV per share as at 31 August 2015 was 161.5p including a dividend of 2.7p that went ex on August 27, representing a 0.5% increase in the month (excluding dividend). The Company completed a €9.7 million senior loan investment, funding the purchase of a shopping center located in a residential suburb of Berlin. During August, RECI received a repayment of €12.5 million, out of a committed drawn exposure of €28.0 million, on an existing whole loan secured against German multi-family properties. In July 2015 and following the sell down of a senior portion of a construction whole loan written in July 2015, RECI received a repayment of £1.7 million from a committed drawn exposure of £5.8 million. The residual investment is now a mezzanine loan secured by way of second charge on a pre-sold residential development in East London, yielding in excess of 12%. Liberum view RECI trades on an 8.8% premium to the last reported NAV compared to an average of 5.6% for peers. RECI's dividend yield of 6.1% also compares favourably to the peer group average of 5.7%. We believe this is justified as RECI offers the most attractive return prospects of the real estate debt funds.
davebowler
04/9/2015
07:11
Fact sheet 31 August 2015
skinny
11/8/2015
16:39
RESULT OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Dividend Declaration - Ordinary Dividend Real Estate Credit Investments PCC Limited announces today that it declares an ordinary dividend for the Core for the period 1 April 2015 to 30 June 2015, of 2.7 pence per share (a total amount of GBP 1,966,099). The dividend is to be paid on 18 September 2015 to ordinary shareholders on the register at the close of business on 28 August 2015. The ex dividend date is 27 August 2015.
skinny
04/8/2015
10:44
Latest Fact sheet
skinny
07/7/2015
10:47
Liberum; Real Estate Credit Investments (BUY) 6.2% NAV return in H1 2015 Event RECI's NAV at 30 June 2015 was 161.9p per share, representing a NAV total return of 0.6% in the month. The NAV total return in H1 2015 (June period end) is 6.2%. A new €1.9m loan was made to a JV company, which is owned by Cheyne-managed funds and a Dublin-based asset manager, to acquire a large city centre retail asset. The total RECI commitment to this two year loan is €2.1m out of a total investment of €10m by Cheyne funds. A £1.6m repayment was received reducing a drawn loan commitment of £6.1m, secured on a portfolio of UK logistics and industrial properties. The loan repayment was due to new senior debt financing. Liberum view RECI's NAV total return in H1 2015 (+6.2%) is on track to meet the projected total return expectations of 11-12% pa. We believe the city centre retail asset that was acquired was Clerys department store on O'Connell St in Dublin as press reports indicate it has been acquired by a joint venture between Cheyne Capital and D2 Private. A five year €24m restoration programme of the property was completed in 2004. RECI trades on a 7.8% premium to NAV (6.2% dividend yield) which is slightly ahead of peers (5.7% average premium to NAV) and we believe this is justified as RECI offers the most attractive return prospects of the real estate debt funds.
davebowler
24/6/2015
15:28
Goes XD for 2.7p tonight so let's see if it drops.
deadly
23/6/2015
15:50
After holding for several years I've sold a few on the same assumption, but I do realise that the NAV is a bit understated due to the Bond Portfolio being below par.
davebowler
22/6/2015
11:06
Looks like they've got a bit of ahead of themselves here, so I'm out. Not sure who would be buying so far above NAV.
spittingbarrel
16/6/2015
16:46
Director Declaration Notification is made in accordance with LR 9.6.14(2) that Mark Burton, a director of the Company has advised the Company that he has been appointed as a director and chairman of AEW UK REIT plc, whose shares were admitted to trading on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange plc on 12 May 2015.
skinny
11/6/2015
08:20
Dividend Declaration Ordinary Dividend for RECI LN (the Core shares) Real Estate Credit Investments PCC Limited announces today that it declares an ordinary dividend for the Core for the period 1 January 2015 to 31 March 2015, of 2.7 pence per share (a total amount of GBP 1,966,099). The dividend is to be paid on 24 July 2015 to ordinary shareholders on the register at the close of business on 26 June 2015. The ex dividend date is 25 June 2015.
skinny
11/6/2015
08:19
Final Results RECI1 records net profit of £13.8 million and total return of 12.3% over the year · Taking dividends into account, the NAV total return per share was 12.3% in the year ended 31 March 2015 · Net profit of £13.8 million includes £5.8 million of fair value gains · The Company's commercial and residential loan portfolio grew to £90 million drawn (£102 million committed) as at 31 March 2015, which is a 76% increase from the £51 million of drawn loans as at 31 March 2014. This reflects the continuing attractive opportunities RECI is seeing in the loan markets · Suitable loans originated by Cheyne Capital Management (UK) LLP (the "Manager") continue to feed the investment pipeline; RECI has completed a further loan drawing post year end, and is in documentation on two further investments · The directors of RECI are pleased to declare a dividend of 2.7p per share in respect of RECI Ordinary Shares for the quarter ended 31 March 2015 more...
skinny
07/6/2015
12:39
By my calculations the end May NAV was at a record high
cerrito
04/6/2015
10:53
Liberum; Real Estate Credit Investments (BUY) Positive growth continues Event RECI's NAV rose 0.5% in May-15 to 163.6p per share (Apr-15: 162.8p) mainly due to interest income from the loan and bonds portfolio. As disclosed last month, RECI has committed to a £10.2m whole loan secured on a 100% presold residential development in East London, of which £5.8m was drawn in the month. The undrawn senior portion is expected to be sold down which will reduce the company’s exposure and increase the projected IRR to 15%+ pa. In addition, a committed development loan was increased by £2.2m to £6.6m. £3.7m of bonds were sold in the month to fund the new loan investments with an average sale price of 0.94 (59% above the average purchase price). The mark-to-market movement in the bond portfolio in the month was 0.44% continuing the strong run for 2015 YTD of +6.5%. Liberum view RECI’s NAV total return for the first five months of 2015 is +5.6%. The new residential development loan illustrate the manager's ability to structure deals on attractive terms. RECI is our top pick in the asset-backed debt space on the basis of the manager's track record, ability to source deals and the company's NAV growth prospects. RECI's shares currently trade on a premium to NAV of 3.9% (vs an average for the peer group of 6.3%).
davebowler
04/6/2015
07:27
Fact sheet 31 May 2015
skinny
08/5/2015
18:25
Bought back in for a few today - wanted more, but was 99% invested!
skyship
08/5/2015
16:42
London, 8(th) May 2015 - Real Estate Credit Investments PCC Limited (LSE: RECI, RECP) will be announcing its results for the year ended 31 March 2015 on Thursday, 11(th) June 2015. There will be a conference call at 10.30A.M.for investors and analysts following the 7.00 A.M. announcement. The conference call can be accessed by dialing +44 (0)20 3059 8125 ten minutes prior to the scheduled start of the call. Please reference Real Estate Credit.
skinny
08/5/2015
16:39
Thanks for the Liberum update, DB. Happy to see that despite the share price performance over the last month, progress continues as usual here, with RECI's NAV rising yet again.
wirralowl
08/5/2015
09:46
Well its yielding over 7%, the new 10M loan does not have detailed income available does it ?
my retirement fund
08/5/2015
09:37
Real Estate Credit Investments (BUY) Positive growth continues Event RECI's NAV rose 0.4% in Apr-15 to 162.8p per share (Mar-15: 162.0p) mainly due to interest income from the loan portfolio. RECI had cash of £10.9m at Apr-15 of which £10.2m has been committed to a loan which is about to be drawn on a presold residential scheme in London. Three further loan opportunities are currently under consideration. In the bond portfolio, the mark-to-market movement in the month was -0.22% following a strong run of in Q1 2015 of +6.1%. £2.8m of bonds were sold in the month to generate cash to fund the new £10.8m loan commitment. These bonds were sold at an average price of 1.14 (versus an average purchase price of 0.97). As previously announced, Bob Cowdell is expected to take over as non-executive chairman following the release of the year-end results on 12 June 2015. Liberum view RECI's positive momentum continues with a small uplift in the month and the NAV total return for the first four months of 2015 is +5.0%. The portfolio benefits from the high recurring income from the loan portfolio (13.2% weighted average yield) and the potential for material capital uplifts from the bond portfolio where the manager has an in-depth understanding of the market (as evidenced by the large uplift on the City Point bond in Jan-15). RECI's shares currently trade on a premium to NAV of 1.4%. The average for the peer group is 5.9%. We believe this discount to peers is unwarranted and represents a buying opportunity. In our view, this is supported by RECI's greater NAV total return potential, impressive track record and ability to continually source attractive deals as existing loans and bonds are repaid.
davebowler
01/5/2015
12:45
Support at 160?
badtime
21/4/2015
16:41
Back down to 165 level?
badtime
09/4/2015
10:11
... and don't forget the 6.3% dividend yield, which is hard to find elsewhere.
kenny
09/4/2015
09:52
Liberum; RECI's NAV per share at the end of Mar-15 was 162.0p per share which equates to a NAV total return of 1.3% in the month and 4.6% over the quarter. NAV performance in the month was driven by interest on the loan portfolio and a 0.3% fair value movement in the bond portfolio. Cash balances have increased to £8.1m following the receipt of a partial loan repayment of €2.65m from the sale of a secured portfolio asset in France and £1.3m of bond sales in the month. The partial loan repayment triggered an early prepayment fee of €0.6m. A new loan drawdown of £5.1m is expected to complete in April. Liberum view We calculate a NAV total return of 11.8% for the year to Mar-15 which is 2.5% ahead of our previous forecast of 9.3% NAV return for the full financial year. The NAV total return also compares favourably to peers, SWEF and TFIF, which delivered returns of 6.6% and 8.4% respectively and over the past 12 months (SWEF's figures are calculated for the year to Feb-15). RECI's return on the ordinary shares has benefited from gearing (preference shares are equivalent to 36% of NAV) but even if we adjust for gearing, RECI's portfolio generated total returns of 10.8% on gross assets. RECI's shares currently trade on a premium to NAV of 5.6%. The average for the peer group is 5.4%. We believe this marginal premium reflects RECI's superior NAV total return prospects, impressive track record and ability to source accretive deals
davebowler
31/3/2015
13:17
Would you say the liquidity in its underlying portfolio is the same or less? I recall that there was a block on their freehold trust sales for a while. I am seriously considering ARTL , though, thanks to your heads up. I am keen on Volta too- see the VTA thread- as its on a 10% discount to NAV and moving from Amsterdam quote to a UK one which I think will eliminate it in line with its peers like CIFU .
davebowler
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