Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Strategic Equity Capital Plc LSE:SEC London Ordinary Share GB00B0BDCB21 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -0.64% 232.00 17,028 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
229.00 235.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 2.31 0.24 0.38 610.5 147
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:04:12 O 1,469 232.9186 GBX

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Strategic Equity Capital Daily Update: Strategic Equity Capital Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SEC. The last closing price for Strategic Equity Capital was 233.50p.
Strategic Equity Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 220p and a 12 week average price of 183.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 259p while the 1 year low share price is currently 140p.
There are currently 63,456,844 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 73,610 shares. The market capitalisation of Strategic Equity Capital Plc is £147,219,878.08.
p1nkfish: So who made decisions? Team, House or SEC?
rambutan2: Annual report published: hTtps:// htTps://
mad foetus: Well, interesting RNS. As I suggested before, SW is likely to want meaningful stakes in some of SECs underlying investments. It is no surprise Harwood are talking to SECs shareholders.I personally think that SEC now needs to be wound up, and part of the winding up process could involve a sale of assets to Harwood new fund at close to NAV. If it wasn't for the fact that Lord Rothschild owns GVQ then I am sure this would be under discussion. As far as I see it, there is little reason to stick with the current manager.
bottomfisher: don't know about 'hand of god" but Ian armitage, widdowsons ex boss at Hg capital, was a steady acquirer of SEC shares at sametime as he ran down his very sizeabe holding in HG. I think he owns circ a 5% of SEC. He is now ba king widdowsons new venture somake sense if he sells downhis SEC stake to fund widdowson.
spectoacc: Make sense it may do; happen it hasn't. Also get the impression SW wants to go much smaller, which is possibly outside of his mandate with SEC. Hard not to get the impression that he's left under a cloud - the RNS didn't even mention his new venture. I agree that many SEC holders will want to follow him - hence I think it's going a lot lower, perhaps to c.25% discount, which wouldn't be unreasonable for the reasons mentioned in posts above. If I were SEC board, I'd be looking to move to a new - but well-respected - manager ASAP. Feels like bridges have been burned with SW, and isn't as if his recent performance was too great anyway.
mad foetus: Isn't the big issue here the fact that SEC takes a PE style approach: taking large stakes in companies you know intimately and working with the management to get big returns. Now, I understand SW is going to do something similar at his new business. Isn't it very likely that he will look at companies he already knows? And if he wants to acquire a stake in them, wouldn't it make much more sense to buy the stake SEC holds? Though if he doesn't it will drive the price up in the market.But in every way I can think it would be best for everyone (other than GVQ) to move management of SEC to SW/Harwood.
mad foetus: The plot thickens. Sir Clive Thompson, one of the directors of SEC, also owns over £4m in SEC shares and sits on an advisory board of GVQ. GVQ can be given 12 months notice at any time, but there is nothing about key persons mentioned in the reports.However, the board of SEC are top notch (it is the best board I've ever seen on an IT) and Clive T and Lord Rothschild have a lot of skin in the game. I am interested to see how this plays out.
mad foetus: And the answer: he is setting up a new small cap fund with Armitage. I wonder whether SEC will buy their stakes in SEC off them and cancel the shares? Would make sense given SEC have cash and these guys presumably want to seed their new fund. hxxps://
mad foetus: At last count, SEC had 8.1% of its assets in E2V, and the so if E2V at that time was around 180p. Let's say that equates to roughly 16p of NAV. The bid today adds around 8p to SECs NAV, and also vindicates the SEC board investment process. With the share price only up 4p ATM, I would say now is a good entry point.
silverpete: edwardt - the premium on the new shares issued is to cover the cost of the share issue - placing fees etc. The 'real' price of the new shares is 'estimated' NAV. Whilst SEC share price remains at a premium to the NAV any new shares issued will tend to depress the share price Reading between the lines of the circular to shareholders the BOD view this as a desirable outcome. This is only of concern to those who bought shares at a premium to the NAV as they face a loss, hopfully only short term. Of more concern is the proposed 2nd resolution to disapply statutory pre-emption rights to the new shares so that they do not have to be offered to existing shareholders first, as there is no obvious reason why this is necessary and none is given in the circular. I know I'm a suspicious so and so but this does look peculiar to me, so unless a clear reason is given I'll be voting no to resolution 2.
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