Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tamar European Industrial Fund LSE:TEIF London Ordinary Share GB00B1CH3174 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% 37.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:30:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 20.7 -1.1 -4.3 - 51.80

Tamar European Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/3/2013
08:27
Other possibility is poor RNS releases followed by an attempted take out on the cheap by a Patrizia fund.
scburbs
20/3/2013
08:26
What's "a processing error"? One of those "general" terms covering a multitude of oversights?
gingerplant
20/3/2013
08:25
A reminder of the key bit. No renegotiations for failure. "Under the new agreement, the Company will pay a stepped performance fee to the Investment Manager when gross payments to shareholders (either by way of dividend, tender offer or otherwise) after 1 January 2012 exceed 40 pence per share. The Investment Manager will be entitled to 5% of gross payments to shareholders over 40 pence per share rising in steps to 30% of gross payments on amounts over 70 pence per share. The percentage of gross payments to which the Investment Manager is entitled will fall to 5% for all payments after 30 June 2014."
scburbs
20/3/2013
08:24
Do I sense an attempted renegotiation of the management contract coming on! They are going to struggle to meet the 30 June 2014 deadline if they don't sort out the refi soon. I also can't recall seeing such little detail, except where the RNS links to more detail elsewhere.
scburbs
20/3/2013
08:18
The fact that I was the first to point this out shows the lack of following here; and also the lack of interest by Directors perhaps!
skyship
20/3/2013
08:16
I've spoken with Stephanie Highett @ FTI Consulting. She says it seems like a processing error - obviously the full statement hasn't gone out - she's speaking to the LSE as I type...
skyship
20/3/2013
07:53
I don't think I've ever seen that before - "we'll call them final results, but we won't put any actual figures on"!? Hopefully - this will knock the price a little! :-)
gingerplant
20/3/2013
07:41
Is that it?!?!?! Almost Zero stats - just a bland statement from the Chairman. Who do they think they're kidding? Same statement (or lack of it) appears on the LSE and on the website... As Private Eye used to say..."Something wrong here surely - Ed"
skyship
18/3/2013
13:17
How much cash can they give back? They say they need to hold some cash for working capital. I am buying some today.
robizm
18/3/2013
12:21
Since the IMS in Nov'12 we've seen further sales totalling £8.35m - yet here we are back on our heels at 35p - the same level as 12months ago. TEIF looks to be value; but there seems to be no-one at home talking of shareholder value... Thoughts anyone? Should we be adding ahead of the results? Should we be SELLING ahead of the results?
skyship
14/3/2013
14:28
The finals are due this month. Hopefully we will hear something about the management company, something about disposals, something about what they plan to do with OUR cash!!! If not then JP Morgan Cazenove should consider their position...
skyship
25/1/2013
10:51
Last IMS was at at 30 Sept. EUR has appreciated 6.5% or so since then.
langland
25/1/2013
10:47
A bit like watching paint dry, especially when everything around us is doing so well - anything outside the property sector that is! Anyway, good to note that the 15day MA has now crossed the 200day; and the 50day is headed in the same direction. Also someone paid 36.5p for 46,500 shares today. At least someone's confident of better times ahead... free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
11/1/2013
11:27
TEIF looking good for 38p - then breakout to close the gap to their NAV levels as they get set to return cash to shareholders: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
09/1/2013
21:49
Difficult to get excited about a few million of disposals at marginally above book as book value has been falling fast. TEIF look good value given the lowish gearing, but progress has significantly slowed. It is high time for them to start returning cash to shareholders with my preference for the first return of cash being share buyback/tender offers (assuming the share price remains depressed). Perhaps Patrizia will find some investors who want to acquire TEIF as Patrizia will want to retain the management mandate.
scburbs
09/1/2013
21:35
Lol I haven't ....had some once...considering a purchase ...but sky keeps recommending other stuff
badtime
09/1/2013
20:07
To be honest I forgot I had any!
praipus
09/1/2013
20:06
'For Nature, heartless, witless Nature Will neither care nor know.' A. E. Housman. :-)
praipus
09/1/2013
17:55
couple of asset disposals reported on monday..slight premium to book value...surprised no comment on here :)
badtime
20/12/2012
13:02
Anybody got any idea as to what this might entail: ===================================================== 20 December 2012 Tamar European Industrial Fund Limited (the 'Company') CHANGE OF CONTROL OF INVESTMENT MANAGER The Board of the Company (the "Board") notes an announcement by Patrizia Immobilien AG ('Patrizia'), which is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Ticker: P1Z), that it has acquired the Tamar Capital Group ("Tamar"), from its management. Tamar is mandated to provide investment management services to the Company through its ownership of Tamar Financial Services Ltd ('TFSL'). The Board have received confirmation that the team led by Rob Brook will remain as managers of the Company, and there are conditions in respect of the acquisition prior to completion, including FSA approval of the change of control of Tamar. The Board initially views this acquisition as a positive development but will monitor the acquisition and the impact on the Company in the context of its rights under the management agreement with TFSL. The Board will update the market in due course. ===============================================
skyship
07/12/2012
11:49
....and TCF continue with their sales and liquidation programme; certainly we should have been in there for that rather predictable ride. http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2012/article/55355368 TEIF now their 2nd largest holding; largest UK holding.
skyship
06/12/2012
19:09
Comments from company are ''concentrate on core markets'' France/Belguim/Germany? No hint of any cash being returned from sales re Nordic portfolio.
badtime
06/12/2012
07:12
Not massive disposals in size, but at least they have been done at a premium to SEP NAV.
tiltonboy
19/10/2012
10:20
So frustrating waiting for something positive here. I suspect Laxey/TCF have been quietly hawking their stake around the bazaars and getting no response. Damille bought their PEQ stake a couple of weeks back; and TCF is looking to accelerate its disposals. Actually TCF itself has been a good trade over recent weeks... free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
01/10/2012
09:18
It would be nice to see them manage their vacancy rate by securing lettings rather than just selling vacant properties at rock bottom prices. However, the German asset does look like a real barker so probably best rid of.
scburbs
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