Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
ST Peter Port LSE:SPPC London Ordinary Share GG00B1V4NS68 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.75p 8.50p 9.00p 8.75p 8.75p 8.75p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -5.1 -7.9 - 5.97

ST Peter Port Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/1/2018
17:41
Or Armstrong I should say...
zcaprd7
15/1/2018
17:40
Nortrust managed to buy some more though...
zcaprd7
09/1/2018
16:32
Only being able to sell will keep a lid on then share price ..
zcaprd7
09/1/2018
08:12
Good spot - something has to happen with Brazil Potash, one day.. Whether it allows SPPC an exit is another matter.
spectoacc
08/1/2018
18:19
Brazil potash has a new project presentation on their website. It looks like they are trying to attract new investor interest.
flyfisher
05/1/2018
17:29
New regulation being introduced on 1 January 2018 will affect dealing in one of your holdings. The new regulation requires that issuers of certain types of investments (known as 'Packaged Retail Investment and Insurance Products' or 'PRIIPs') must issue a Key Information Document (or KID) if they are available to private investors. Without a KID, private investors will not be able to make any further purchases, although they can continue to hold the PRIIPs they already own. They can also sell at any stage. The issuer of St Peter Port Capital Ltd Ordinary NPV have not confirmed that they intend to publish a KID.
zcaprd7
05/1/2018
16:35
No, but wish they'd sent me one like that a couple of years ago.
spectoacc
05/1/2018
16:34
Did anyone else get a message from their broker saying you can't buy any more of this after 1st January?
zcaprd7
11/11/2017
18:13
Celadon written down to zero...
zcaprd7
10/11/2017
09:32
But no-one thought it was such a bargain that they wanted to buy it.
russman
09/11/2017
09:30
And retaining enough cash to make sure they still get paid. And no takeover. And NAV shrunk yet again. On the plus side - NAV still a lot higher than s/p, and must be at least a prospect of some strong exits at some point. But again - long term we're all dead.
spectoacc
09/11/2017
09:15
4 illiquid investments left; Shore still getting paid a big chunk.
russman
09/11/2017
07:21
Same old same old. One day we'll be rewarded, but long term we're all dead. "Lynn Bruce, Chairman of St Peter Port, said: "On 21 June 2017, shareholders approved a resolution to carry on the life of the Company for at least one more year. As promised, we have implemented a cost reduction programme which is expected to reduce existing costs by approximately GBP200,000 per annum. We continue to seek exit opportunities for our portfolio with the belief that some of the investments are capable of making returns which are higher than those at which they are currently held on the Company's books. However, as previously advised, it will take time to realise given their illiquid status." " And: "Over the period since the Strategic Review began a few very early stage discussions took place which did not lead to any viable offers being received. The Company is not now in active discussions with any third party in relation to a corporate transaction, such as a merger with or a sale of the Company. As such the Formal Sale Process has now been terminated. The Company has concluded the Strategic Review and expects that the best route to achieve maximum shareholder value is through continuing to seek opportunities to realise its investments in its remaining assets in an orderly manner. The Company is therefore no longer in an offer period for the purposes of the Takeover Code and, accordingly, the requirement to make disclosures under Rule 8 of the Code has now ceased. The Board remains committed to trying to deliver value to shareholders through disposals of the investments within the Company's portfolio which it hopes will secure potential gains, but remains open to alternatives should they arise. "
spectoacc
19/10/2017
09:51
What happened to the takeover?
zcaprd7
13/10/2017
08:52
High risk & high reward. Anything is possible.
russman
12/10/2017
12:27
I thought a few of the holdings had some merit...
zcaprd7
12/10/2017
08:35
If I was been paid such an excessive fee for doing zilch. That's what I would do. It is not much of a liquidation or takeover candidate.
russman
11/10/2017
10:05
Sorry £1m. Hard to tell, but at least there is some activity form 1 of the 5?Not sure what the end game is here now, will they keep rolling over the 1 year extension until they fritter away the NAV on management fees?
zcaprd7
11/10/2017
08:23
what do you value them at.
russman
10/10/2017
22:23
Hmm, all five of the portfolio mining companies have been assigned a book value of $1m...
zcaprd7
04/10/2017
13:57
Portfolio company global atomic announced a merger agreement with listed company silvermet on 18th august. It has received silvermet shareholder approval in recent days and has been well received by the market with silvermet up 60% since the announcement.
flyfisher
08/9/2017
08:44
Cukic if only for the divorce gossip.
russman
07/9/2017
14:55
Oh, one of the director companies? They loaded up at this level a while back?
zcaprd7
01/9/2017
09:23
You must have heard of Ana. Looks like Brett is giving up.
russman
31/8/2017
22:58
Who are Armstrong? Pardon my ignorance...
zcaprd7
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