Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
St Peter Port Capital Limited LSE:SPPC London Ordinary Share GG00B1V4NS68 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.60 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.00 4.20 3.60 3.60 3.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments -0.58 -1.40 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 3.60 GBX

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St Peter Port Capital Daily Update: St Peter Port Capital Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SPPC. The last closing price for St Peter Port Capital was 3.60p.
St Peter Port Capital Limited has a 4 week average price of 3p and a 12 week average price of 3p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3p.
There are currently 68,221,500 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 350,000 shares. The market capitalisation of St Peter Port Capital Limited is £2,455,974.
zcaprd7: Well, a 20% mark down in nav, and a clear-out of cash (against protocol) seems to suggest a low offer is coming, and not necessarily in the interests of shareholders (I'm sure they will tout a 20-30% premium to the prevailing 5 day average share price, although it's been knocked back that much)...
zcaprd7: Well, they might fritter the cash away, but if they intend to sell the whole lot to another trust, or themselves, all those investments cost about 7p at the current share price?
zcaprd7: Nearly half the share price is cash at moment as well...
edcrane: ... me too and also for Vela Technologies too, Hopefully their share price might get a lift too
hope67: From Wisecrow on lse Something afoot in #SPPC> 1. Brazil Potash Corp is their 2nd largest investment hxxp:// 2. The directors of #SPPC increase their holdings enormously all through April 2016 3. Brazil Potash Corp ' Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) was completed on 28 April 2016 hxxp:// 4. As per the BFS Brazil Potash's NPV is $ 2.1 Billion or £ 1.43 Billion hxxp:// 4. Rumour has it that Brazil Potash is to have an IPO in TSX Canada soon to seek funds to capitalize the project 5. Valuation of #SPPC's holdings in Brazil Potash was £ 4.956 M in 2015's Annual report hxxp:// 6. At an NPV of 1.43 Billion for Brazil Potash the valuation of #SPPC's holdings is more than £ 40 Mill 7. The Market Cap of #SPPC is £ 7.9 Mill presently 8. So there seems a definite FIVE Times upside of the current share price of #SPPC That seems to be the reason why the directors of #SPPC are increasing their holdings in #SPPC so suddenly
tyranosaurus: Last NAV 46.9p and probably still going down. Share price 15p and probably still going down. Either an overlooked bargain or a load of dodgy/underperforming investments. My take is the second of these. I have researched and will not be investing.
praipus: Also US was closed yesterday I wonder if we will see some interesting share price action this afternoon as the worlds largest economy kicks in.
spangle93: Shoot, I missed it - the share price moved
tiredoldbroker: Good to see your name, Pugugly... my preference would be a flat iron steak - a slightly unusual cut, but good; and a budget-priced wine I've been drinking lately is Gaillard Syrah 2010/2011 PGI Collines Rhodaniennes from Majestic. Too good for that price range. Bit like SPPC! Seriously though, Pugugly makes a relevant point: the NAV is to some extent a question of what the B of Ds want it to be and can talk their accountants into signing for. We need the "liquidity events" they've mentioned to crystallise some of the numbers. Out of interest, this is the aide-memoire I wrote about SPPC: As at 30 Sept 2013: net assets £66.8m and NAV 100.2p per share; investments in 39 companies. Reason for buying: at sub-56p to buy, SPPC is trading at a 44% discount to last stated NAV. For an investment company, that's excessive; however, it's the existence of a series of likely trigger events for a re-rating over the next 12 months that interests me. SPPC has stated "There are many companies in the portfolio which look promising and which we believe should show significant uplifts on exit.... There are good prospects for sizeable transactions in 2014, which we expect generally to occur at a significant premium to our current carrying cost." And of course, if disposals occur at a good premium to book value, the discount will be shown to be even greater than 44%, and the re-rating of SPPC should benefit from that "endowment effect". It's like buying a stock on a double discount. They have named 7 holdings with a carrying value of £23.8m (representing 35.6% of total NAV) as looking "ripe for exit in the near future". These seven are: Astrakhan Oil: an oil explorer on the shores of the Caspian Sea in the delta of the Volga River. It expects to have several wells flowing in the next six months and is progressing a possible trade sale in 2014. Brazil Potash: has licences covering 22.5 million hectares in the Amazon potash basin to develop potash mines. SPPC states that the deposit is considerably higher grade than that of some of the majors in Canada, that "the company is conducting a final private round at a premium to our holding value" and that "The Board is focused on achieving a liquidity event for shareholders in 2014". Buried Hill: An international oil and gas exploration company focused on the Caspian Sea and West Africa which has struck a farm-in agreement with a large oil company to develop its Caspian assets. Global Atomic: has found large deposits of high grade uranium in Niger, close to the surface. SPPC says that "Activity by other companies in adjacent blocks supports our view that a liquidity event, expected in 2014, will be at a substantial premium to our current valuation". Manabi: A Brazilian iron ore development company with a resource of 3.5 billion tonnes of high-grade iron ore in the Minas Gerais province of Brazil. Seven Energy: a Nigerian oil and gas producer, which SPPC says "is preparing for an IPO in 2014, which is expected to be at a substantial premium to our holding value". Union Agriculture: a Uruguayan farming company, the largest owner of agricultural land in Uruguay, applying capital and agronomy expertise to enhance its value. I don't think SPPC needs all these deals to come off in the current year to be interesting. It has good liquidity (£3.4m cash at 16 Dec 2013 and has sold its 12.4% stake (6,018,923 shares) in Ilika plc during Jan 2014 as the IKA price rose), along with a diversified portfolio of investments and there are two further points of real interest to me. It's another company not on this list that we most of all want news about: Red Flat Nickel, the Oregon nickel-scandium prospect, where SPPC has 80% of the equity plus a loan. What they've said about it is "The team have made good progress with the US Forestry Department approval for deeper drilling in Spring 2014. This is necessary to produce a Preliminary Economic Assessment and to enable the required competent persons' report for an AIM flotation". So I would hope for progress here during the current year. The other thing is this: SPPC joined AIM in April 2007 with a provision to vote later for continuation or liquidation, and in 2012 shareholders voted to continue the company for a further 5 years, but also agreeing that from that point, the company would pay out in cash fifty per cent of the net gains from future realisations, not just accumulate cash until an eventual winding-up. The performance bonus for the founder shareholders was also amended so that they only start to benefit once cash distributions to Ordinary shareholders have exceeded the March 2012 NAV of 106p plus 8 per cent per annum. Thus, the Directors and investment managers have an incentive to work towards disposals and substantial cash distributions but get nothing until shareholders have been paid out 123p per share (as at March 2014), which is a 120% premium to the current share price.
liarspoker: It's interesting to see the share price movement of Avanti Capital (AVA.L) after Eclectic Bars floated. One of AVA's two major investments. Compare this to SPPC whom has 7 possible liquidity events lined up for 2014. This could be quite a bonanza for SPPC shareholders. :-)
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