The substantial acquisition of a £236m portfolio of predominantly regional office assets is a further significant step in repositioning the portfolio, which Regional REIT (RGL) expects to be earnings enhancing, with medium-term opportunities to add significant additional value through active asset management. The office portfolio acquired is highly complementary to RGL’s existing portfolio and provides additional diversification and scale. We will review our forecasts following interim results o
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Regional REIT (RGL) has published a trading update for the three months ended 31 March 2021 (Q121), including a 7% increase in the quarterly rate of DPS backed by continuing strong rent collection from its diversified portfolio of attractively yielding regional property assets. With the lockdown restrictions relaxing, RGL says it is seeing increasing engagement with potential occupiers.
While Regional REIT’s (RGL’s) uninterrupted quarterly FY20 DPS payments backed by consistently strong rent collection has been known for some time, the recent FY20 results confirmed full cover by EPRA earnings. RGL remains very positive about the prospects for high-quality regional offices with affordable rents and with its diversified portfolio of attractively yielding assets RGL will continue to maximise dividend distributions.
Regional REIT’s (RGL’s) Q420 DPS, in line with the company’s previous guidance, takes the aggregate FY20 DPS to 6.4p, and is supported by continuing strong rent collection. The company has previously indicated that it was targeting dividends to be fully covered by EPRA earnings and we expect this to be confirmed when detailed FY20 results are released on 25 March.
Regional REIT (RGL) has published an encouraging trading update and, with continuing strong rent collection, has confirmed a Q320 DPS of 1.5p, in line with target. RGL remains very positive about prospects for the regional office markets beyond the current period of uncertainty and future investment will focus solely on this sector. The remaining industrial and other assets will be sold and in addition to reinvestment of the proceeds RGL will consider a share buy-back where this is accretive.
There was an eclectic mix of property companies to feature in the top price movers for September. Top of the tree was private rented sector and residential development specialist Sigma Capital Group, with a 34.2% rise. The group launched a £1bn joint venture with EQT Real Estate, the real estate platform of global investment firm EQT, to deliver 3,000 private rental homes in Greater London. Micro-cap investor Panther Securities also hit double-digit gains, while Macau Property Opportunities saw
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Regional REIT’s (RGL) results for the year to 31 December 2019 (FY19) confirmed its strategic and operational progress, with the financial results in line with expectations and the Q419 DPS paid as planned. Positive momentum in regional office and light industrial markets continued into FY20, but was punctuated by COVID-19. However, the portfolio is highly diversified and Q2 rent collection experience is encouraging, supported by an integrated asset management platform. The management team is ex
The covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on the share price of property companies, with 31% wiped off the value of their total market capitalisation during the first quarter of 2020.
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Regional REIT (RGL) has exchanged contracts for the £27.7m acquisition of a regional office portfolio, its second significant transaction since H119 and marking progress with deployment of £62.5m (gross) proceeds of the July capital raise. With a strong pipeline of investment opportunities, we expect full deployment by early 2020, which will enhance earnings and provide further opportunities for active asset management and value creation.
<a href="https://www.edisongroup.com/company/regional-reit/2333/"><strong>Regional REIT</strong></a> (RGL) provides investors with highly diversified exposure to UK commercial property (predominantly office and industrial property) in the main regional centres of the UK, effectively outside the M25 motorway. It aims to deliver an attractive total return to investors of at least 10% over the long term, with a strong focus on income plus capital growth. The shares provide one of the highest yields
Regional REIT (RGL) recently completed a £62.5m equity raise, the proceeds of which will be directed at a strong pipeline of investment opportunities. Once the proceeds are deployed RGL expects the acquired assets to be earnings accretive and provide further opportunities for active asset management and value creation. Increased scale and income diversity are also positive factors while trading liquidity may also benefit.
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In a trading update Regional REIT (RGL) says that the regional office and light industrial markets in which it operates remain robust, with strong occupier demand for its assets, and that it is trading in line with management expectations for the year. These expectations include a return to full dividend cover, and the company has declared a Q119 DPS of 1.90p per share, a 3% increase, maintaining its position as one of the highest yielding stocks in the sector.
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Revolution Beauty is a multi-brand, multi-category, multi-channel, mass beauty innovator with proven global scale. Since launch in 2014, the Group has grown rapidly (FY14 – FY19 CAGR of 99%) generating revenue of £137.5m in the 12m to 31 December 2020. Revolution has an established retail footprint of c.11,000 doors across leading retail chains in the UK, USA and internationally, driving global brand recognition. This is complemented by a fast-growing digital business (+81% in 2020) including it
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Litigation Capital Management has released its results for FY21, reflecting on a positive year for the group in very challenging market conditions. Although well flagged, these set of results highlight the strength of LCM's investment process as it's maturing balance sheet continues to deliver strong returns on capital as key cases settle.
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Oversubscription of Gore Street’s PrimaryBid offer is helpful although given the attractions of the energy storage market perhaps not surprising. The larger placing remains open with results announced at the end of the month. Together the c.£70m raise will provide the fund with ammunition to pursue its strong pipeline of storage opportunities.
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Following the successful completion of the Hawthorn disposal, towards the top-end of our £180-230m range, and the transformation to a pure retail property group we update forecasts and briefly set out our investment thesis ahead of the Group’s CMD. We estimate FFO for FY22F, FY23F and FY24F of 7.2p, 8.3p and 9.4p per share respectively; a 3-year CAGR of c35% over the 3.8p generated in FY21A. Post-Hawthorn, balance sheet metrics have markedly improved, flexibility enhanced, and refinancing risk r
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Gore Street continues to find good projects in the GB market and has today announced a 57MW project in Leicester. It is now more active in seeking projects beyond the UK and RoI in North America and Western Europe and we think there are significant opportunities in these geographies. The company now has a pipeline of 2.5GWh with 2GWh of that in new geographies and 160MWh of that under exclusivity. With these opportunities in mind the company has announced a placing at 107p.
Today's in-line results illustrate the financial impact from restrictions upon face-to-face Insurance sales over the past 15 months. However, they heavily mask the strategic momentum underway across the Group. Since the lifting of restrictions from June, Insurance is exhibiting a strong and accelerating rebound in demand, which should mark an inflection point for policyholder numbers and restore premium income to pre-pandemic levels over the medium-term. We expect the Group's other product lines
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Eurowag confirms its intention to undertake an initial public offering on the Main Market (Premium). The Offer would be expected to comprise both (i) new Ordinary Shares to be issued by the Company, raising gross proceeds of approximately EUR200m to support Eurowag's growth strategy and (ii) existing Ordinary Shares to be sold by existing Eurowag shareholders. Eurowag is a leading pan-European
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Poolbeg, Proposed AIM listing and demerger from Open Orphan (ORPH.L). Funds raised as part of Admission will be used primarily to fund the clinical trial costs associated with the development of the Company’s POLB 001 asset as a treatment for severe influenza and to acquire and develop new portfolio assets. Offer details and timing TBA
Wise, the Fintech and payments start-up is planning to pull the trigger on a direct listing on the London Stock Exchange as s
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Exactly one year ago, the FTSE 100 closed at 5,862, having fallen 100 points on the day, the lowest point since mid-May 2020, due in part, to the strength of sterling vs US$ at $1.34. One year on, the FTSE 100 has risen to 7,119, a rise of 21%, it remains 7% below the peak in January 2020. From an international viewpoint, US and European markets continue to trade at record highs. The US Federal Reserve is close to withdrawing some of its economic support this year as inflation picks up and the e
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In-line interim results to 30 June 2021 show revenues up 93% to £8.5m, EBITDA up 118% to £2.4m and AUM up 15% to £1.1bn compared with the FTSE All Share, which grew 11.1%. DFM assets outperformed the All Share by almost 4x, increasing 40% to £606m. Recent acquisitions are all performing as initially expected, with the full opportunities that can be realised as a result of the network effects and joined up approach, likely yet to come. While EBITDA is performing very well, reaching 54% of our 202
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Big Technologies (BIG) provides market leading electronic monitoring (EM) systems on a SaaS (Software as a Service) basis primarily to criminal justice systems around the world. EM involves utilising location technologies to remotely monitor and manage people within correctional systems.
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Belvoir’s H1 2021 results are exceptionally strong, with adj. EPS up +50%. They were, of course, aided by a very buoyant housing market, but this does not detract from the strategic progress the group continues to make. The group’s growth strategy has supported 24 years of unbroken profit growth and, while 2022 will likely see cooler market conditions, there are increasing signs it will be a gradual return to more normal conditions. The acquisition of Nicholas Humphreys in H1 and The Nottingham
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