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SIHL Symphony International Holdings Ld

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Last Updated: 08:21:40
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Symphony International Holdings Ld SIHL London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 0.375 08:21:40
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Symphony International H... SIHL Dividends History

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Posted at 27/8/2021 23:05 by daemonfunds
rizwan hussain is well known to the courts:
let's hope SIHL don't bankrupt themselves defending themselves against his advances
Posted at 27/8/2021 12:49 by spectoacc
Bizarre RNS:

"Mr Rizwan Hussain and linked entities

Symphony International Holdings Limited (LSE: SIHL) has become aware that a Mr Rizwan Hussain and persons or entities that appear to be associated with him (including Annabel Watson, Godfrey Hicks, Peter Morrow, Clifden Group, FVS Investments Limited, Highbury Investments Limited, Saret Holdings Corp, Beyat Holdings Limited, Blue Side Services S.A., Keycards Holdings Inc, Corelli Capital AG and United Technology Holdings Limited (together, the "Linked Persons")) are holding themselves out as entitled to act as directors of or otherwise represent SIHL and/or its subsidiaries.

Neither Mr Hussain nor any of the Linked Persons have authority to act on behalf of SIHL or its subsidiaries. Mr Hussain and the Linked Persons are not associated in any way with SIHL."
Posted at 02/5/2018 08:27 by malcolmmm
You are right I didn't take into account of the extraordinary div which brings it up to about 14%

The dividend, payable to shareholders and option holders, will be 12.00 cents per share comprised of an ordinary dividend of 2.50 cents per share and an extraordinary dividend of 9.50 cent per share, which amounts to approximately US$14.9 million and US$56.6 million, respectively.
Posted at 01/5/2018 23:05 by harrygas
Surely a 12 cent dividend is more than 6%. Share price of 86 cents and a divi of 12 is just over double that quoted by Macolm.
Posted at 12/3/2018 13:00 by hpcg
I have owned but price action is all wrong. I was expecting the share buy back to work wonders but it didn't. My conclusion is that if there was a genuine valuation anomaly someone with more on the ground investigative capability than me would have been buying steadily. They haven't. Difficult to deny the reality of the dividends and buybacks though - this isn't like one of the listed china frauds paying the dividend from the float.
Posted at 12/3/2018 12:23 by robsy2
Hello All
I am having a sniff around SIHL and am wondering what the problem is ....
The Bull points are many;
Good area to invest in , the right sectors, some decent assets,a good dividend,large discount that is being narrowed,London listing, senior directors etc have skin in the game ,(personnnel, philosophy, team , objectives, board of directors, website etc all look pretty good to me on the face of it).
The Bear Points
BVI listing, , I don't see much performance....

Any thoughts welcome. It looks good but maybe I am missing something obvious......

Posted at 22/9/2017 08:19 by hugepants
That's a hefty special dividend. 10 cents
Posted at 14/5/2015 15:42 by davebowler
MIDAS Investment Managers opinion;
One of our favoured funds Symphony International introduced a dividend policy last year in order to try to reduce its discount. This year, the ordinary dividend was maintained at the same level (1.56c), but a special dividend of 3.13c was also paid, up 20 per cent on last year. The total dividend of 4.69c represents a yield of 5.8 per cent. Major shareholder British Empire believes that Symphony’s shares are “excessively cheap” on a discount of c.40 per cent with investments in listed shares and cash covering the market cap 1.3x. British Empire continues to engage with management regarding other measures to tackle the discount.
Posted at 08/1/2015 07:40 by bdroop
All the themes in SIHL are fantastic, but I still sit on my hands watching from the sidelines due to the obscurity of this share in the eyes of the general market, it's got ASEAN, India, demographics etc all on its side but it stays a long way out from its NAV. Anyone got an opinion on the recent slight dip - would that be currency related? In dollars is another plus point in a way!
Posted at 31/3/2014 11:55 by davebowler
MIDAS Investment Management comment;
Symphony International Holdings Ltd -finally see the sense of a dividend

Recommendation - Buy

Symphony has announced a material change in dividend policy with the announcement of a maiden dividend and an intention to pay ordinary dividends annually and extraordinary dividends as and when the Board feels it would be appropriate to do so.

The change in dividend policy is designed to address the circa 40 per cent discount of the share price to Net Asset Value. The ordinary dividend will be 1.56 cents and the extraordinary, 2.35 cents, implying a total yield of around 5 per cent. We think this move will be taken positively by the market and reiterate our Buy recommendation.

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