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VPRO for 1/21/11 News this morning of a, "25% reduction in the number of fully diluted outstanding shares has just been operated. A reserve of 108015823 shares for the conversion of a debenture was cancelled as said debenture was bought back" has traders talking. Combine that with the afternoon jump yesterday and I will have VPRO on my watchlist this morning.
Redemption of Debenture Accounting - Part 3 This is the third part of redemption of debenture accounting. Please before watching this video, look first and second part.
Geneva Finance gets a reprieve Geneva Finance gets a reprieve Won't be put into receivership Debenture and note holders vote overwhelmingly in favour of the Geneva's capital restructure $23 mln of equity pumped in Debenture holders swap 15% for shares Note holders swap 55% for shares Rest is paid out over next 4 ½ years Independent report said $1.15 in every dollar, while receivership gave 90 cents in ever $1 Other option not mentioned at the meeting was immediate sale of loan book to Bluestone group to return 85 cents in the 1$ Geneva presented its case Cleaned up its act, Tightened lending Restructured bank finances Could survive for several years without debenture funding Well capitalized and positioned for growth Challenges abound though Economy is slowing, default rates will rise, Geneva forecasting 4% default rate in next 18, down from 12% a couple of years ago Geneva will also need to find wholesale funding if it wants to grow Securitising of sub-prime debt shut down now, will it restart? Geneva plans to restart debenture funding, but can't expect much for now It's still dependent on Bank of Scotland
Cos with over Rs 4cr networth to issue NCDs under 1yr: RBI On Tuesday, the RBI issued draft rules on non-convertible debentures, NCDs, of less than one-year maturity. The rules permit only companies with a networth of over Rs 4 crore to issue NCDs under one year. Companies issuing such paper cannot be NPAs on banks' books and these instruments should at least be rated P2 by rating agencies.
Fuller Banks & The Debentures live 2007 -- Where Are The Boys? In their one-off reunion after a 28 year hiatus, Brisbane's alt music darlings of the late 70's played live at the 50th birthday party staged by their guitarist Paul Farrell at Upper Brookfield. Fuller Banks are/were Kees S*** (guitar/vox), Greg Parkes (sax/vox), Peter Farrell (bass/vox), Paul Farrell (guitar) and Steven Pritchard (drums). Video was filmed using 4 MiniDV's and originally recorded in binaural stereo using the Sennheiser MKE29002 dummy head mic system. Edited to DVD by John Frame (+617 3350 1562). Where Are The Boys? music by Kees S***, lyrics by Sue Parker. PA audio mixed by David Nolan.
Preferred shares, corporate bonds and debentures with Harry Levant and Rob Carrick Do preferred shares provide good returns? What kinds of preferred shares are there? How do you select preferred shares? What are the differences between a corporate bonds and a debentures? How should you evaluate a corporate bond before you invest in it? www.get***aboutmoney.ca
Debenture (unsecured bond) - Finance - What is the definition? - Finance Dictionary http Debenture - A debenture is an unsecured bond that is not backed by any specified form of collateral. If the underlying company goes bankrupt then the bondholders do not have anything to offset the loss of payments. Because collateralized bonds are safer, they generally offer lower yields than debentures.
Video: Angry investors slam MFS Pacific wwww.interest.co.nz Investors have voted in favour of MFS Pacific's proposal for a three year moratorium on debt and interest repayments on over NZ$250 million of debentures, but slammed the finance company and its Australian parent in a series of angry questions ahead of the vote. Investors eventually voted 99% in favour of the moratorium on the grounds it was their best chance to get some of their money back, but they were scathing of the company and its Australian parent. "Who is liable and who is responsible so we can put a case to the people who have conned me big time," said Dover Samuels, a member of parliament, who said his family trusts had "considerable" money invested with MFS Pacific. "We're between a rock and a hard place in terms of the moratorium. Most will support it because we have no option," Samuels said, but he asked who should take responsibility. MFS Pacific, renamed OPI Pacific, owes debenture investors over NZ$265 million and is now proposing a 3 year moratorium on debt and interest payments while it tries to recover loans made in Australia by its Australian parent. Most of the loans are second mortgages on Australian property developments and OPI Pacific is dependent on MFS in many cases given MFS has the first mortgage on the property. It has said receivership would only recover 50% of investors' money, whereas a moratorium could recover 100% if MFS is successful in selling assets in a managed process rather than through a fire sale. Investors ...
Several real estate cos issue non-convertible debentures With banks tightening their purse strings, the real estate sector is starved for funds. And that has led to a spurt in the issue of non-convertible debenture by several real estate companies. CNBC-TV18 Priyanka Ghosh reports that this could mean a stress in cashflows.
Daily Briefing, Tuesday February 19, 2008 Firstly we check out the latest receivers report into the recovery of cash from the winding up of the loans at Numeria Finance. Receivers at Korda Mentha Grant Graham and Brendon Gibson have come up with an early estimate of how much debenture holders in Numeria might get. The news is not good. Initially the receivers were quite confident about the loan book of around $6.9 million and talked about strong cash flows. But they've had a closer look and found that a third of the loan book is now in arrears. Graham and Gibson now say holders of NZ$6.7 million of debenture will initially get back between 38 and 51 cents in every dollar. They say another 19 cents is possible if they win a dispute with the first receivers of Capital and Merchant, who bought Numeria before they both went into receivership. This number brings the current tally of expected losses from Finance companies to $748.7 million. That's out of a total $1.87 billion of money stuck in debentures in the 14 finance companies that have collapsed since May 2006.
Intermediate Accounting 12/ Long Term Debt Ken Boyd, owner of St. Louis Test Preparation () presents part 12 of his course on Understanding Intermediate Accounting. Boyd points out that students can have success with Intermediate Accounting concepts by making connections to actual examples from business. As a former CPA, College Accounting professor and Auditor, Ken has a wealth of experience to bring to the subject.
Corrupt - John Key Profit From NZ Foreign Debt? Conflict of interest? (No Media Coverage) John key owns shares in Bank of America (blind trust too he has "beneficial interest" in this debt), the same banking that ***ed over so many America family's and also controls New Zealand's foreign debt. *Dividends anyone?* Shell companies set up under New Zealand's lax company laws to launder money. linked to money launderers, tax evaders and arms traffickers drug drug cartels. Still John Key decides NZ firms linked to money laundering is okay and not worth stopping. -------------------------------------------------------- Nathans Finance collapsed in August 2007, owing 7000 investors around $174 million. was John Hotchin a former national party. ---------------------------------------------------------- Former National Party Cabinet minister Sir Douglas Graham is one of the directors (Lombard Finance) charged by the Securities Commission in the High Court in Wellington 12:40 PM Tuesday Oct 18, 2011 - Lombard went into receivership on April 10, 2008, owing approximately $111 million to about 3900 debenture holders, $10 million to 310 capital note holders, and $4 million to subordinated note holders. It is unlikely that secured debenture holders will receive more than 24 per cent of their investment back. Unsecured creditors are likely to receive nothing. --------------------------------------------------------
Geneva Finance has proposed a capital reconstruction www.interest.co.nz Geneva Finance has proposed a capital reconstruction and an extended debt repayment plan that will see over 4000 investors convert 15% of their NZ$138 million of debentures into equity in the Peter Francis controlled company. Investors would be repaid the other 85% over the next four and a half years. The plan is contingent on existing shareholders, including Peter Francis of Chase Corp fame, stumping up NZ$4.439 in fresh capital. Geneva is also negotiating with an unnamed structured finance and securitization house to borrow another NZ$25 million of funding. "This programme would allow Geneva to expand its lending business back closer to the level experienced prior to the moratorium, and reduce the company's historic reliance on debentures for funding," Geneva said in a statement. Under the plan, Bank of Scotland would agree to convert a NZ$43 million loan due to expire on April 30 into a three year loan, with NZ$8 million repaid over the next five months. Debenture holders would agree to convert 15% of their investment into equity in Geneva, which would be listed on the NZAX. Note holders would convert 85% of their investments into equity. Geneva has proposed a vote on the plan on April 28.
Uchumi to be out of receivership in January www.ntv.co.ke Retail chain, Uchumi Supermarket is expected to be out of receivership by mid January next year. The supermarkets Receiver Manager, Jonathan Ciano says Uchumi eroded capital base has now boosted to stand at 393 million shillings. Ciano said this while announcing that the recently concluded debenture offer to Uchumi shareholders raised 70 million shillings.
Meghmani Organics raises Rs 100 cr via NCD Meghmani organics rallies as company raises Rs 100 crore through private placements of Non Convertible Debenture (NCD). Below is a verbatim transcript of Ashish Soparkar's interview with CNBC-TV18's Sonia Shenoy and Reema Tendulkar. Also watch the accompanying video.
Dominion Finance to ask for moratorium www.interest.co.nz Dominion Finance to ask for moratorium for Dom Finance and North South This is a surprise. Was seen as well run and relatively conservative 12000 investors with over NZ$250 mln Problems getting money out of residential property developers Debenture reinvestment rate at 25% Biggest loan was NZ$26 mln to a property developer in Queenstown 45% of loans for residential property development Down from 60% a year ago but still heavily reliant on property sector Money go round and the music stopped Volumes for property sales down 50% Any sort of resort or investment property sales have almost stopped Can't extract cash from developments Dom Fin said in May only need to get back 38% of their money from loans in next year to payout debentures Was confident it could make it Big blow for debenture investors and for stock market investors in Dom Fin Share price has dropped from $2.40 last year to 50 cents before shares suspended Big losers here are husband and wife team of Terry and Ann Butler who owned 61% of Dom Fin Other shareholders included renowned South Island investor Allan Hubbard He and South Canterbury Finance owned 8% of it. ACC owned 1.7% So what happens now Wait for moratorium deal involving trustees and Banks Trustees are Perpetual Trust for Dominion Finance and Covenant for North South Banks are HBOS and ASB Moratoriums used a lot more lately Geneva Finance and MFS successfully got debenture holders to vote for them Big blow for the sector Reinforces ...
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Law Debenture plc The Business Channel's Sarah Lockett talks to Richard Rance, Director at Law Debenture Trust Corporation plc and Carmen Lai, Director at Law Debenture China Ltd. Law Debenture plc is the first UK company to partner with a Chinese company to provide M&A based trust services within China. www.thebusinesschannel.tv
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Govt may convert Rs 523cr debentures in IFCI The government is exploring the possibility of converting its zero-coupon optionally convertible debentures worth Rs 523 crore in IFCI, reports CNBC-TV18 quoting Newswire18. PART1
Uchumi Supermarkets sees end of insolvency Uchumi Supermarkets have made public their results for their Debenture issue as well as making the announcement on if their shares will be back to the trading floor of the NSE as well as the way forward for the supermarket chain. The supermarket is seeking to relist on the Nairobi Stock Exchange following its suspension in 2006 due to insolvency, after which the government came to its rescue with a 675 million shilling loan due to be repaid this month. ABNs Alishia Seckam takes a closer look at Uchumi with Samuel Wachiri from Drummond Investment Bank.
Lombard Finance has suspended interest and debt repayments Property Finance company Lombard Finance has suspended interest and debt repayments and will ask debenture holders for a moratorium on future repayments. Investors are owed NZ$127 million by Lombard Finance. Lombard Group said Lombard Finance's trustee, Perpetual Trustee, was considering the moratorium proposal and it hoped to send a detailed note to debenture holders in the next 10 days. It said it had stopped taking in investments and any money received on or after April 2 would be deposited in a trust. Lombard Group CEO Michael Reeves said business confidence had fallen since the collapse of Bridgecorp in July last year and had deteriorated markedly in the last month as real estate values fell. This had led to a "lack of sales and the lack of bank finance available to our borrowers due to the impact of the international credit squeeze," Reeves said in a statement. "ln recent months our borrowers have found it increasingly difficult to sell properties and equally difficult to refinance their mortgages and repay their loans to Lombard Finance," Reeves said. "As a result Lombard Finance in turn is unlikely to be able to meet its obligations to investors as they fall due in late April or May. lt is clear from recent events that this is a systematic failure of an entire industry, and from our perspective a moratorium is now the only responsible course of action," he said. "l and rest of the Board very much regret this has occurred and the anguish this will cause investors ...
Uchumi recapitalisation plan www.ntv.co.ke The clock is ticking on the third and last attempt by Uchumi Supermarkets to recapitalise its business through a debenture offer to its shareholders. The retail chains shareholders now have 9 more days to prove whether they can raise 1.2 billion shillings to end its three years under receivership. However, should that offer fail to hit that target, Uchumis Receiver Manager Jonathan Ciano says he is ready to invite the supermarkets key creditors who include the government to convert their loans into an ownership stake in Uchumi.
Uchumi supermarket recovery plan www.ntv.co.ke For the second time in two years, Uchumi Supermarkets has offered its shareholders yet another opportunity to lift it out of insolvency.The retail chains shareholders have now agreed to buy 1.2 billion shillings worth of debentures to clear all debts accruing in the companys books.The debenture offer is scheduled to open mid next month to run until the 31st of October this year.
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Keep an eye on Dorchester Pacific www.interest.co.nz Panel 1 Dorchester Pacific loss NZ$18.1 mln St Laurence writedown Provisions on loans Low reinvestment rate Panel 2 NZ$183 mln of maturing loans NZ$156 mln of maturing debentures Key question Can it collect loans Dorchester Pacific result 5pm on Friday NZ$18.1 million loss, vs $3.8 mln profit Write-down of St Laurence stake NZ$11.4 mln writedown of St Laurence NZ$6.8 mln provisions for losses Property market struggling 20% debenture reinvestment rate Looking for other funding Running down book NZ$183 mln in the door in loans NZ$156 mln out the door in debentures NZ$28.2 mln of cash on hand Top 5 loans make up 24% of book
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Geneva Finance says no to Bluestone www.interest.co.nz Bluestone Group wants a chance to buy Geneva Finance's loan book Bluestone run by New Zealander Alistair Jeffery. It's a securitized reverse equity mortage lender in Australia and NZ Has a loan management operation Wants to buy Geneva Finance loan book Sent a letter to directors yesterday Geneva Finance proposing debenture holders accept capital restructure with debt swap (15% debenture/ 44% noteholders/ repayment over 4 ½ years) Only alternative now is receivership Payment of up to 90 cents in $1 over 3 years But Bluestone says it could buy book and return 85 cents in $1 almost immediately It wants Geneva to put this third option to shareholders at vote on Monday Geneva have rejected that saying the offer isn't detailed and anyway lack of time to put to a vote It has told debenture holders again that voting for restructure best option
Foudation X Update (Sky News with Lord Blackheath) Update to "Foundation X - Shadow Force offers Britain Billions" This is getting interesting. Lord Blackheath insists: Shadow Force wants to support Britain Recorded Nov, 4th 2010 Though not generally or publicly known, OITC is the largest International Institution of its kind. It is the largest single owner of gold and platinum bullion in the World, in addition to being a major owner of Bank Debenture Securities, International Treasuries, Cash and other forms of securities
HDIL plans to issue NCDs worth Rs 1150cr HDIL will be raising more than Rs 1150 crore through the non convertible debenture or NCD route, reports CNBC-TV18s Priyanka Ghosh. The NCD will be launched in two separate tranches. Each tranche is expected to be about Rs 550-600 crore. The first tranche is likely to be launched within the end of this week.
Daily Briefing, Thursday February 28, 2008 Intro Hello. I'm Bernard Hickey with the daily briefing from interest.co.nz... Today, we'll look at the latest big move in mortgage interest rates and what might happen next We'll also find out more on the dramas around MFS Pacific and now MFS Boston and have a quick look at the latest net migration figures, which have a big influence on the housing markets and the economy generally. Story 1, But firstly we dig look at the latest move by the ANZ and National banks that has caused quite a stir in the mortgage scene. ANZ and National have both increased their 2 and 3 year fixed rates. They've lifted their 2 year rates to 9.7% from 9.5% and have put up their 3 year rate to 9.55% from 9.3%. The commonly owned banks are blaming tough conditions in wholesale markets. All over the world interest rates on wholesale credit markets have risen as banks become more nervous about lending to each other in the wake of the sub-prime credit crunch. That has eventually flowed through to retail interest rates. New Zealand is not the only one affected by this. The US Federal Reserve is likely to cut its official rate to 2.5% next month, but interest rates for consumers and businesses have actually risen. We'll find out more about our interest rate outlook here next Thursday when the Reserve Bank governor Alan Bollard announces his latest interest rate decision. He's expected to keep rates on hold, but that's no guarantee for steady mortgage rates, because they're based on wholesale longer ...