Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Utilico Emerging Markets Trust Plc LSE:UEM London Ordinary Share GB00BD45S967 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.22% 222.00 220.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 224.00 112,716 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 21.4 18.2 7.5 29.7 506

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/12/2014
15:18
Utilico Emerging Markets Limited at 16-Dec-14 NAV per share (at bid market values) in GBP sterling with prior charges at nominal value: Ordinary shares pence Net Asset Value - ex income 193.35
davebowler
02/9/2014
07:19
what happens when the $ starts to motor higher?
p1nkfish
28/8/2014
13:56
what a stupid investment.... puts me off every buying UEM... this kind of stock doesn't even appear to be part of their mandate.. which is meant to be utility/infrastructure groups in emerging markets..
trytotakeiteasy
28/8/2014
13:44
UEM buying 3,79% of SYQ http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2014/article/63378284
praipus
21/11/2013
11:06
Westhouse; Congratulations to the Board and management of Utilico Emerging Markets* (UEM.L, -3.0%, Buy), winners at last night's Investment Week awards. The fund has outperformed other trusts in the emerging market space over a number of years, despite it being a testing time for the asset class. Just this week, UEM reported its results for the six months to end-September 2013. During this period, the NAV dropped by 6.4%, driven by weaker currencies resulting from US tapering concerns. Nonetheless, UEM still outperformed the MSCI Emerging Markets TR Index, which fell by 8.6%.   Please click on the link below for the full report: hxxp://www.westhousesecuritiesresearch.com/Research/iid/31595422425
davebowler
30/8/2013
12:50
Westhouse; Utilico Emerging Markets* (UEM.L, -9.2%, Buy) – Our current estimates indicate that UEM's NAV is enjoying a strong bounce in pricing this mor ning on key holdings such as My E.G. (MYEG MK) and International Container Terminal (ICT PM). This leaves the fund attractively priced, particularly given the relative strength an d consistency in NAV performance in recent years.
davebowler
04/7/2013
17:44
Performance fee is also interesting given that most of the out-performance has been lost post year-end. Couldn't quite work out if this got clawed-back...I think most of it should be!
topvest
04/7/2013
17:41
This trust continues to perform pretty well. Bit shocked at the £9.5m performance fee. I think this is a bit excessive quite frankly at 2% of net asset value in one year. The watermark is low...15% of out-performance annually on gilt yield plus inflation plus 2%.
topvest
21/6/2013
08:51
Investec; Emerging Markets Utilico Emerging Markets (UEM) Full Year to 31 March 2013 ¢ The NAV return was 20.5% over the period to 31 March 2013. This is significantly ahead of the MSCI Emerging Markets TR Index (GBP adjusted) which was up 7.6%. ¢ The revenue EPS improved substantially over the prior period which was impacted by several one-off costs, resulting in an increase to 5.20p from 4.12p. The management and administration fees payable to the Investment Manager for the year increased mainly as a result of the performance fee of £9.5m. ¢ As a Bermuda company, UEM is able to distribute both capital and income returns as dividends. The Board has declared four quarterly dividends amounting to 5.80p versus 5.50p last year, an increase of 5.5%. The final quarterly dividend of 1.525p was paid from UEM's capital reserves. ¢ UEM's investment focus continues to be on the listed markets in companies which for the most part are established and profitable. The majority of these companies are dividend paying and this is reflected in the total revenue income of £13.9m, which was up 9.7% on the prior year and represents a return on the opening investment portfolio of 3.7%. ¢ Bank debt has remained modest with net debt increasing from £6.2m to £6.6m over the twelve months. The Scotiabank facility expires next year and management are looking to extend this later in the year. ¢ Revenue income increased by 9.4% from £12.7m to £13.9m. This reflects a yield on the opening investment portfolio of 3.7%, with further improvements in revenue income over the coming year. Investec Insight: ¢ The fund has seen lower volatility, a higher yield, and better performance over the period compared to the broader emerging markets index. Given current market conditions it does not seem as if the pure growth trade will suddenly come into favour so we maintain our positive view on the fund given its conservative approach.
davebowler
20/3/2013
09:49
Investec Oceans Wilson (OCN) ¢ Results have recovered significantly in the second half of the year as a result of improved operational efficiencies. ¢ Overall Group revenue was 8% lower at US$645.3 million (2011: US$698.0 million) due principally to lower port terminal and logistics revenue and the higher average USD/BRD exchange rate during the year which is used to convert the income statement. ¢ Approximately two thirds of the group's revenue is denominated in BRD. Profit before tax increased by US$28.6 million from US$58.6 million to US$87.2 million due principally to higher gains in the investment portfolio of US$16.4 million (2011: US$27.8 million loss). ¢ The investment portfolio generated a time weighted return of 8.8% in the year. The Board declared a final dividend of 38 cents per share. Investec Insight: ¢ OCN has opened up 52p this morning or 6% ¢ This has implications for Hansa (HANA) as its largest holding is OCN at 36.2% of its portfolio. Utilico Emerging Markets (UEM) is also a holder, although a smaller one at 5.1%.
davebowler
15/3/2013
13:55
http://www.utilicoemergingmarkets.com/media/pdf/UEM%20Factsheet%20Feb%202013.pdf
davebowler
29/1/2013
12:54
Comparison with JPMorgan Em Markets; http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=legacydaily&epic=L^UEM&type=1&size=2&period=7&olx_1=1&o_epic1=L^JMG&o_type1=1&o_colour1=1&scheme=&delay_indices=1
davebowler
17/1/2013
13:31
From iii ; Utilico Emerging Markets Jean Matterson of Rossie House Investment Management joins Keiran Drake in looking overseas for income. She made Utilico Emerging Markets (UEM) her income pick last year, and is pleased that its net asset value and its earnings per share have picked up well. It has paid dividends totalling 1.375p for the first half of the current financial year, and should provide an annual yield of around 3%, and Matterson is sticking with it. "It offers a reasonable level of dividend and prospects for dividend growth. It also gives exposure to emerging markets where I see greater growth prospects than in the West," she says.
davebowler
21/11/2012
16:23
Westhouse; Utilico Emerging Markets (UEM) posted yesterday a good set of results for the six months ended 30 September 2012. The fund continued to outperform the broad emerging markets, despite its overweight exposure to Brazil and China, which were two of the worst performing markets over the period. Two quarterly dividends of 1.375p have been declared, which are well covered by revenue earnings. On an annualised basis, the dividends amount to 5.5p, in line with last year's distributions, and give a 3.4% yield. UEM is one of only two income funds in the Global Emerging Markets equity sector. The shares currently trade on an 8.3% cum-income discount and we believe there is scope for further re-rating from these levels. The other emerging markets income fund, JPMorgan Global Emerging Markets Income (JEMI.L), which also pays dividends quarterly, currently trades on a 1.3% premium. Highlights of the results: NAV outperformance: NAV TR -0.4% vs. MSCI Emerging Markets TR of -2.6% Strong long-term performance: 11.4% average annual NAV return since inception, broadly in line with the MSCI Emerging Markets index, but with far less volatility Initiation of quarterly dividends: 1.375p paid in September 2012, 1.375p to be paid on 14 December 2012 to shareholders on register on 30 November 2012 Well covered dividend: The dividends (2.75p in total) were covered 1.23x by revenue earnings per share of 3.37p Active use of borrowing: At the end of the period, £16.9m was drawn of the £50m bank facility. Post period end, this increased to £25m as the company invested ahead of expected good company results, and then reduced to £4.0m as the managers sold into the market strength towards the end of October and early November TER at 0.9%, within the Board's target of less than 1%
davebowler
09/8/2012
14:37
Westhouse; First quarterly dividend declared, 3.4% yield and continued outperformance In its last annual report, UEM announced its intention to increase the frequency of its dividend distributions from semi-annually to quarterly, starting in the current financial year. The first quarterly dividend has now been announced - 1.375p will be paid on 7 September 2012 to shareholders on register at 24 August 2012. This is in line with a total dividend of 5.5p paid in the financial year ended 31 March 2012 and equates to a 3.4% yield on the shares. The Board have been actively working on enhancing the company's profile - the introduction of quarterly dividend distributions is one of the measures taken to increase the fund's appeal to a larger investor base. UEM is one of only two income funds in the Global Emerging Markets equity sector. The shares currently trade on a 7.4% cum-income discount and we believe there is scope for further re-rating from these levels. The other emerging markets income fund, JPMorgan Global Emerging Markets Income (JEMI.L), which also pays dividends quarterly, currently trades on a 1.5% premium. The fund's rating should further be supported by its recent inclusion in the FTSE 250 index and its strong track record of lower volatility market and peer beating returns - UEM is currently either the best or the second best performing fund in its peer group in NAV total return terms year-to-date and over 1 year and 3 years, with its portfolio having held up better than the MSCI Emerging Markets index in every period of material market decline. *Westhouse Securities acts as broker and/or advisor to this company
davebowler
07/6/2012
08:56
westhouse; Utilico Emerging Markets (UEM.L), the fund investing in utilities, infrastructure and related sectors in emerging markets, was one of two funds to be promoted to the FTSE 250 index. UEM has made much progress since first announcing its intention, in August 2011, to seek a listing on the Official List and become a FTSE All Share index constituent. The purpose of the Main Market listing was to increase the liquidity of the shares, enhance the company's profile and widen the pool of potential investors. The new FTSE 250 index constituent status, together with the very strong track record and attractive yield should further help the company appeal to a larger investor base, improve liquidity and support its rating. UEM is unique in the Global Emerging Markets equity sector, investing in companies that by their nature tend to be more resilient than the overall market. This has enabled the company to deliver market and peer beating returns, but with lower volatility. UEM is currently the best performing fund in its peer group in NAV total return terms year-to-date and over 1 year and 3 years, with its portfolio having held up better than the MSCI Emerging Markets index in every period of material market decline. UEM is also one of only two income funds in the Global Emerging Markets equity sector. The shares currently pay a 3.2% yield and trade on a 8.2% cum-income discount. We believe there is scope for further re-rating from these levels. The other emerging markets income fund, JPMorgan Global Emerging Markets Income (JEMI.L), currently trades on a small premium.
davebowler
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