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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rsa Insurance Group Ld LSE:RSA London Ordinary Share GB00BKKMKR23 ORD GBP1.00
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 684.20 684.20 684.40 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 6,546.0 483.0 30.9 22.1 7,079

Rsa Insurance Group Ld Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/5/2021
19:41
Will de-list at the end of the week. It’s only taken six months. RIP a FTSE100 veteran destroying shareholder value for decades with a slight turnaround under Hester. I won’t miss it terribly.
squeamish1
15/4/2021
18:10
At current price no arbitrage available on these after stamp duty, must imply completion imminent
squeamish1
17/3/2021
11:06
Update "Danish insurer Tryg AS said Thursday that the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority has approved Intact Financial Corp.'s acquisition of RSA Insurance Group PLC's business outside Norway and Sweden, including the acquisition of sole control of RSA's Danish business placed in Codan AS. "
fenners66
17/3/2021
10:49
Anyone know why the mini jump this morning? New info ? A date set for the transaction?
fenners66
26/2/2021
10:36
Based on today's results I'm not sure the share price would be much lower if the bid had never come. Hester has finally turned the thing around and sold 12-18 months too early imho.
squeamish1
18/1/2021
16:29
Voting results of the Court Meeting The table below sets out the results of the poll at the Court Meeting. Each Scheme Shareholder, present in person or by proxy (in each case, remotely via the Virtual Meeting Platform), was entitled to one vote per Scheme Share held at the Voting Record Time. Results No. of Scheme % of Scheme No. of Scheme % of no. No. of Scheme of Court Shares voted Shares Shareholders of Scheme Shares voted Meeting voted* who voted Shareholders as a % of who voted* the Scheme Shares eligible to be voted at the Court Meeting* For 594,634,936 99.33% 4,041 91.80% 57.44% -------------- ------------ -------------- ----------------- Against 4,006,940 0.67% 361 8.20% 0.39% -------------- ------------ -------------- -------------- ----------------- Total 598,641,876 100% 4,402 100% 57.82% -------------- ------------ -------------- -------------- -----------------
robers98
12/1/2021
09:05
Anyone care to speculate on the chancess of the new owner redeeming the prefs at par? You can read the terms at hxxps://www.rsagroup.com/media/4056/cumulative-prefs-listing-particulars.pdf in 4.(i) the shares will not be redeemable. however 4.(iii) On a return of capital (otherwise than a winding up...) the holders shall be entitled to receive an amount equal to a nominal amount plus all arrears and accruals) Doesn't seem entirely black and white to me. If they try to redeem at par once the takeover goes through then I assume the same furore would arise as it did with Aviva a few years back.
winsome
23/12/2020
17:43
Not that the amount of shares I hold will make any difference to the outcome, have voted against the sale of RSA.
geminian
18/11/2020
12:53
I'm right in thinking that XD for the 8p dividend has passed? So we can sell and (after today's announcement) are assured of getting it?
kirkie001
18/11/2020
10:50
I wonder if the new owners will dare try to redeem the prefs near par value in the near future. I hold a bunch.
winsome
18/11/2020
09:47
Mute swans exist but there is no such thing as a 'mute point'... As regards the offer think rival bid now the Board has approved is very slim. Takeover at this premium due to how the geographic profile of RSA fits the buyers. Expect Denmark to be immediately sold on once the bidders take joint control. Gap between current price and takeover now just reflects time value of money
squeamish1
18/11/2020
09:05
any chance of a rival bid emerging?
fenners66
18/11/2020
08:35
Offer recommended by the board.
robers98
06/11/2020
17:03
Hargreaves Lansdown equity analyst William Ryder acknowledged the bid’s substantial premium to RSA’s prevailing share price, but pointed out that the premium to its ‘pre-CovidR17; high watermark above 580p in February was more marginal. ‘The offer seems more than reasonable to us, although investors will be hoping another bidder comes in to jack up the price,’ he said.
loganair
05/11/2020
22:35
e2 - I actually meant to use the word "mute", meaning it is a point we can be now silent about as I did not think we need to go over this ground anymore and I just mentioned the point in the first place for a point of shared reference.
loganair
05/11/2020
22:14
loganair..thanks..interesting p.s. it's a "moot" point as it goes.
ekon2
05/11/2020
21:31
Well done all holders, this stock should have been so much more but the previous directors almost bankrupted it through terrible management. I was holding through the Ireland debacle in 2013 and participated in the subsequent rights issue. It's been a disappointment but always knew a takeover would come. Will be sorry to see it leave the portfolio, it felt like Hester had finally turned it around and got a very decent core franchise with sensible reinsurance cover - but we knew that when he came in he'd get it back to strength then flog it. Decent premium to NAV anyway.
squeamish1
05/11/2020
21:24
look - I know its rather a mute point now, however as far as I understood at the times Zurich offered 525p and the RSA management would not recommend the offer unless it was for 600p. Then Zurich came back saying because of their difficulties in the Far East they couldn't offer any more then 525p so they walked away.
loganair
05/11/2020
21:09
Jefferies analysts said the offer price represented “more than fair value.”
mo123
05/11/2020
20:41
loganair..... From memory RSA didn't turn down the offer, but during it's takeover bid, Zurich learned it had difficulties in the far east and then pulled it's offer.
lookagain
05/11/2020
18:22
The Proposal comprises 685 pence in cash per RSA share, plus payment by RSA of the announced interim dividend of 8 pence per share (the "Interim Dividend").
loganair
05/11/2020
18:06
surely the offer is 685 and they get the dividend ? Surprised how little interest is being shown here though....
fenners66
05/11/2020
17:13
The Board of RSA has indicated to the Consortium that it would be minded to recommend the Proposal,
loganair
05/11/2020
17:06
I consider this to be an exceedingly good offer a total of 693p. The 20 year high for RSA is 681p on 25th June 2018. A few years back Zurich made an offer of 525p for RSA which RSA management turned down saying they're looking for an offer of 600p which Zurich walked away from. It seems to me RSA management were rare in that after turning down the Zurich offer their share price rose to well above the offer as for many companies after turning down an offer often the share price falls significantly then remains at the lower price.
loganair
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