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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » LOLC හෙට ඔබ හිතන විදිහට කිය වෙයිද

LOLC හෙට ඔබ හිතන විදිහට කිය වෙයිද

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kalu351


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
LOLC හෙට ඔබ හිතන විදිහට කිය වෙයිද - මිල ගනන් කමෙන් ට් කරන්න

jaya


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
LOLC will back to 160-165 Level

kalu351


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@jaya wrote:LOLC will back to 160-165 Level
[ltr]විදේශීය අරමුදලක් වන මැතිව්ස් අරමුදල සතු LOLCකොටස් මිලියන 18 ඔවුන් මිලියන කිහිපයක් කොටස් වෙළදපල හරහා විකුණා ඇති බවට කියවෙනවා[/ltr]
[ltr]සමහර තැරව් කාර සමාගම් 143 සිට 189 වන තෙක් මිල ගනන් වලට මෙම LOLC කොටස් මිලියන ගනන ගන්නට කතා බහ කරත් මැතිව්ස් අරමුදල එම ඉල්ලීම් වලට එකග වී නැ - ඒ නිසා ඔවුන් මිලියන ගනන් කොටස් පසුගිය දින වල 131 සිට කොටස් වෙළදපලේ විකුනා දමා තිබෙනවා -[/ltr]
[ltr]මෙම මැතිව්ස් සමාගම සතු කොටස් අඩු මුදලට ගන්නට උත්සාහ කරන සමහර අය LOLC කොටස් මිල පහත හෙලන්නට උත්සාහ ගන්නා බවකුත් සමහරුන් පවසනවා[/ltr]
[ltr]කෙසේ වෙතත් මෙම තත්වය LOLC සමාගමේ හිමිකරුවන් ගේ ද අවදානයට ලක් ව ඇති බවකුත් සමහරුන් පවසනවා[/ltr]
[ltr]කොටස් වෙළද පල නව රජය යටතේ ශක්තිමත් වනු ඇති බවටත් - LOLC - JKH - COMB - RCL - SAMP - HAYL - VONE - වැනි සමාගම් වල කොටස් වලට ඉදිරියේ දී හොද වටිනා කමක් ලැබෙනු ඇති ..[/ltr]

Invest2018


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Tomorrow LOLC will cross 200

ColomboCSE


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
මම නම් හිතන්නේ 177 - 190 අතර කොටස්මිල තියේවි. ඔය මුදල් ලංකාවට එනකම්... පසුව ටිකක් අඩු වේවී... 170 වගේ...

Teller

Teller
Moderator
Moderator
If there is an intelligent investor, i mean retail or institutional should not pay above 155/- per share. Remember last year so many dumping happened below 90/-, but remember there is one scenario here,
Ishara wants to keep higher market capitalization for LOLC, then its easy him to manage his wealth in number one position, in such scenario He can easily manipulate Lolc price because they have more holding , same way SEYb, CLC,Lofc market cap can be increased. In such scenarios ishara can maintain the no 1 richest. most of the ishara companies , they are the largest holders some times appear in different name. In such a way ,they can set a high value
Example
Share market price x total outstanding shares= company Rupee value


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Teller said is said..

wisdom79

wisdom79
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
LOLC surely passes 200 tomorrow. Although foreigners sell, many buyers are buying.

Even 185, above 500000 shares traded and we can see huge buying pressure.

LOLC will stay above 125 a few days.

They have many other properties and I got a news that the company is buying shares above 190 and it will continue moving up further!!!

Tomorrow market will be green and all the shares will move up.

LOLC will give you a good profit because the most buyers are talking about it. All are talking only to buy not to sell. As a result, it will move above 190 within an hour.

Good luck.......!!!!

Happy new year to all!!!!

kalu351


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@Teller wrote:If there is an intelligent investor, i mean retail or institutional should not pay above 155/- per share. Remember last year so many dumping  happened below 90/-, but remember there is one scenario here,
Ishara wants to keep higher market capitalization for LOLC, then its easy him to manage his wealth in number one position, in such scenario He can easily manipulate Lolc price because they have more holding , same way SEYb, CLC,Lofc market cap can be increased. In such scenarios ishara can maintain the no 1 richest. most of the ishara companies , they are the largest holders some times appear in different name. In such a way ,they can set a high value
Example
Share market  price x total outstanding  shares= company Rupee value
Though i can not agree with you 100% it is heard that Mr Ishara too wanted to maintain a high price for LOLC that is why he had taken a note of mathew fund that is looking for a buyer for their large parcel  which they Mathew fund has told that they now want a high price  some of the brokers say 

LOFC -CLC - NIFL DE listing also on the cards and they will have to pay for public and cambodian company sales proceeds 30-40% will be bring in to Sri Lanka and rest will re invest in other parts of the world  and may be share price will be stabilize around 200 

lets wait and see

mathew fund is also heard eyeing above 190 for their 14 Million Lolc shares and they have told that they may sell a part in the market ...

jaya


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@jaya wrote:LOLC will back to 160-165 Level

Now 165 wait till 160 level

Teller

Teller
Moderator
Moderator
Teller knows how to calculate , some times Ishra follows Teller Smile))))


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Teller said is said..

ThilinaM

ThilinaM
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@is this deal details are public. i dont know mutch about LOLC. as information i herd deal is to be happened in next to months and 100 rupee profit from that deal. if they buying company know there is 100 RS loss per share to them will they buy prasac finance. if there is good business valuation why lolc do not retain this business??? details are confusing and i do not trust this deal thing because i dont have complete info. CAN ENYONE SHARE THE COMPLETE INFO WITH credible sorce. also lolc came from 90 to 177 within 6 months. who knows current market price alredy reflects this deal???


Dont trust this if you do not have complete info. even there is 100rs per share gain is 100% sure i thing above currecnt prices are bad. agree with teller

kalu351


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@ThilinaM wrote:@is this deal details are public. i dont know mutch about LOLC. as information i herd deal is to be happened in next to months and 100 rupee profit from that deal. if they buying company know there is 100 RS loss per share to them will they buy prasac finance. if there is good business valuation why lolc do not retain this business??? details are confusing and i do not trust this deal thing because i dont have complete info. CAN ENYONE SHARE THE COMPLETE INFO WITH credible sorce. also lolc came from 90 to 177 within 6 months. who knows current market price alredy reflects this deal???


Dont trust this if you do not have complete info. even there is 100rs per share gain is 100% sure i thing above currecnt prices are bad. agree with teller
[size=40]Korean bank to buy control of LOLC’s Cambodian microfinance arm for $ 603.4 mKookmin as saying will close the deal within 3 months, after due diligence and approval from financial authorities in Korea and Cambodia[/size]

  • No full disclosure yet for Rs. 108.5 b impending deal by LOLC but share price soars
  • No. 1 microfinance deposit-taking institution in Cambodia offers ROE and ROA of 28.40% and 3.64%, respectively
  • Generated Rs. 13.7 b profit in FY19
  • Has portfolio of $ 2.2 billion, deposit base of $ 1.5 billion and makes significant PBT contribution to LOLC Group’s bottom line


 
[size=17][img(15.01388px,15.01388px)]http://static.ft.lk/assets/uploads/image_1c769f323b.jpg[/img]A Korean bank is to buy LOLC’s Cambodian microfinance arm for a staggering $ 603.4 million or Rs. 108.5 billion, subject to regulatory approval.

The Korean firm is KB Kookmin Bank, which said its Board has agreed to buy 70% stake in Cambodia’s PRASAC Microfinance Institution for $ 603.4 million from LOLC.

PRASAC Microfinance is the No. 1 microfinance deposit-taking institution, taking up over 40% of market share in Cambodia with 177 branches.

A report in Korea Herald stated that KB Kookmin will close the deal within three months, after due diligence and approval from financial authorities in Korea and Cambodia.

The deal is expected to allow KB Kookmin to consolidate its consumer banking network in the Southeast Asian nation. Operating six bank branches, KB Kookmin earned preapproval in Cambodia for the acquisition in May. KB Kookmin said it plans to buy the remaining 30% stake in the institution at least two years after the transaction.

PRASAC Microfinance logged a KRW 91.5 billion ($78.7 million) net profit in 2018, up 36.7% on-year, according to KB Financial Group’s regulatory filing.

Investors, apparently seeing new found value and demand, yesterday pushed LOLC shares to third highest gainer, percentage wise. 

LOLC closed at Rs. 145.70, up by Rs. 16.70 (or 13%) whilst it hit an intra-day high of Rs. 148.90. Little over a one million shares changed hands via 1,217 trades for Rs. 149.3 million with bulk of the selling coming from foreign investors. For the week, LOLC gained by Rs. 19 or 15%.

Despite media reports of impending sale as revealed by LOLC Deputy Chairman Ishara Nanayakkara in a Bloomberg interview, LOLC has been less revealing officially.

Following the publication of Bloomberg article in FT, in a filing to the CSE on 12 December, LOLC said upon certain parties indicating their interest in acquiring a stake in PRASAC Microfinance, Cambodia, LOLC has been in the process of exploring possibilities of a sale of whole or part of its holding. In any event, the sale will require prior approval of National Bank of Cambodia.

LOLC Group MD and CEO Kapila Jayawardena said no finality has been reached with regard to the execution of any such transaction. “An announcement will be made to the Exchange if it culminates in a conclusive transaction,” he added. A similar stance was maintained in a fresh disclosure yesterday. 

The report in Korea Herald was published on Thursday (26 December).

The Cambodian operations are part of LOLC’s strategic and profitable diversification in the Southeast Asian region. 

The regional expansion of the Group has delivered extremely strong results in diversifying and balancing the exposure LOLC has in the local market. To this effect, 85% of LOLC pre-tax profit is currently derived from investments in Cambodia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Indonesia and Philippines. 

This growth momentum is evident from the LOLC Group’s maiden overseas investment in PRASAC, which has grown to become the largest microfinance institution in the dollarised Cambodian economy. With an ROE and ROA of 28.40% and 3.64%, respectively, a portfolio of $ 2.2 billion, a deposit base of $ 1.5 billion, and a significant profit before tax contribution to the Group’s bottom line, PRASAC offers substantial return on investment in dollar terms through the Group’s 70% holding in the Company. It has a customer base of over 400,000.

Although a relatively new entrant to the Cambodian MFI performers, LOLC Cambodia (LOCAM) has now positioned itself as the most profitable MFI in Cambodia with an ROE of 27.90%, ROA of 4.10%, the fourth largest portfolio and deposit base of $ 564 million and $ 286 million, respectively. 

In less than five years since LOLC’s investment, LOCAM has risen up the ladder in the Cambodia microfinance landscape to be the third most profitable MFI in the country.

PRASAC Microfinance Institution in Cambodia and LOLC Cambodia, stands out as the two largest foreign investments made by LOLC and contributes together 40% to the Group’s top line. PRASAC generated a profit of Rs. 13.7 billion in FY19 while LOLC Cambodia recorded a profit Rs. 3.8 billion.

LOLC also has presence in Myanmar – LOLC Myanmar Microfinance Company Ltd., a Greenfield operation, has grown to be counted as the third-largest among 176 microfinance institutions in the country, with an asset base of $ 52.4 million, portfolio of $ 39.5 million and PBT of $ 2 million within five years of commencing operations in Myanmar. 

The Company has now gained attention from prominent global investors due to its unique business model reflected through the quality portfolio and the growth potential in store with the liberalisation of the Myanmar market.

Extending its microfinance expertise, LOLC also has operations in Indonesia and the Philippines. 

LOLC’s foreign investments in financial services sector account for Rs. 593 billion as total assets in the books of LOLC and have contributed a Profit After Tax of Rs. 17.9 billion to the Group for the year ended 31 March 2019. The lending portfolio of the foreign businesses amounts to Rs. 497 billion with a deposit base of Rs. 311 billion. 

LOLC in its FY19 Annual Report stated that it was a matter of pride that the Group’s overseas expansion has been undertaken purely on the strength of the financial services excellence and knowhow coupled with IT expertise which it exports to its overseas operations.
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Teller

Teller
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For me,if any one pays above 155/-for LOLC is in a high risk


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Teller said is said..

ddrperera


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Teller wrote:For me,if any one pays above 155/-for LOLC is in a high risk
agreed..don't trust this company,Dividends were  not paid more than 7 years.. not looking shareholders..How can we trust?

jaya


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
What we can do with this share, can hold for ever but no return  except having capital gain

bhanu


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
I will rather go for a share who pay their shareholders decently..

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