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Why Investors are worried about LOLC Group?

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DeepFreakingValue

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Why Investors are worried about LOLC Group? Scree280

Foreign Investments awaits future Losses
LOLC Holdings PLC (LOLC) foreign investments awaits future capital losses due to fall of investment value on the back of depreciating African currencies. According to recent announcement by the LOLC Holdings PLC, group foreign investments now account for more than 50% of it total assets.

Find above the Exchanges Rates of the countries LOLC has made its foreign investments.

Excessive Goodwill on Foreign Acquisitions
As per the latest quarterly results LOLC Holdings PLC had made a loss of LKR 318mn but paid a staggering LKR 6.8Bn to acquire LKR 3.3bn of foreign assets (as listed below) at a premium in excess of 43.8%.  

Why Investors are worried about LOLC Group? Scree147

https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/upload_report_file/378_1668512667827.pdf

Non Payment of Dividends
Investors are disappointed due to the fact that LOLC Directors have ignored to pay any dividends to shareholders whatsoever for last 10 years despite spinning frequent success stories about foreign investments in countries like, Zimbabwe, Africa etc.. with highly vulnerable exchange rates. According to recent announcement by the LOLC Holdings PLC, companies foreign assets now account for more than 50% of its total assets.

Further as per their latest interim accounts (As given below), LOLC has acquired foreign assets at huge premiums during the quarter ended 30th September 2022, whilst local business is suffered a net loss. Despite the companies fragile performance, LOLC directors continue to boast about their success of foreign investments and future profit expectations which may mislead their own minority shareholders at a time investors are greatly suffering due to the current economic crisis faced by the country.

Investors are affected and highly concerned due to losses suffered by the fall of LOLC, LOFC, NIFL and related LOLC Group companies shares in addition to their suffering arising from the increase in cost of living due to rising inflation and high borrowing rates.

Everybody question as to why the richest person in Sri Lanka does not care about his own small investors who helped the company to setup the launch pad for LOLC success.

"Success is best when it's shared." – Howard Schultz

LOLC's Staggering Liabilities and Leveraged Ownership
Why Investors are worried about LOLC Group? Scree278

LOLC Holdings PLC Group Liabilities exceeds LKR 1,231 Billions led by Deposit Liabilities of LKR 522 Billions and Bank Borrowings of LKR 511 Billions. According to LOLC recent press announcement more than 50% of its assets are foreign assets. Total Assets value is LKR 1,702 Billions. Accordingly it is clear thatt LOLC's Foreign investments are actually funded from depositors money and interest bearing borrowings. In addition to this as you can see in the latest top 10 shareholders list, approximately 30% of LOLC shares are pledged to 4 leading Bank by the majority owners thereby further increasing the risk to minority investors and entire financial sector of Sri Lanka.

Why Investors are worried about LOLC Group? Scree279

https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/upload_report_file/378_1668512667827.pdf

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Beyondsenses

Post Fri Jan 27, 2023 6:49 pm by Beyondsenses

DeepFreakingValue wrote:
Why Investors are worried about LOLC Group? Scree146

Find above the Exchanges Rates of the countries LOLC has made its foreign investments.

LOLC Holdings PLC (LOLC) foreign investments awaits future capital losses due to fall of investment value on the back of depreciating African currencies. According to recent announcement by the LOLC Holdings PLC, group foreign investments now account for more than 50% of it total assets.

As per the latest quarterly results LOLC Holdings PLC had made a loss of LKR 318mn but paid a staggering LKR 6.8Bn to acquire LKR 3.3bn of foreign assets (as listed below) at a premium in excess of 43.8%.  

Why Investors are worried about LOLC Group? Scree147

https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/upload_report_file/378_1668512667827.pdf

Investors are disappointed due to the fact that LOLC Directors have ignored to pay any dividends to shareholders whatsoever for last 10 years despite spinning frequent success stories about foreign investments in countries like, Zimbabwe, Africa etc.. with highly vulnerable exchange rates. According to recent announcement by the LOLC Holdings PLC, companies foreign assets now account for more than 50% of its total assets.

Further as per their latest interim accounts (As given below), LOLC has acquired foreign assets at huge premiums during the quarter ended 30th September 2022, whilst local business is suffered a net loss. Despite the companies fragile performance, LOLC directors continue to boast about their success of foreign investments and future profit expectations which may mislead their own minority shareholders at a time investors are greatly suffering due to the current economic crisis faced by the country.

Investors are affected and highly concerned due to losses suffered by the fall of LOLC, LOFC, NIFL and related LOLC Group companies shares in addition to their suffering arising from the increase in cost of living due to rising inflation and high borrowing rates.

Everybody question as to why the richest person in Sri Lanka does not care about his own small investors who helped the company to setup the launch pad for LOLC success.

"Success is best when it's shared." – Howard Schultz
"Everybody question as to why the richest person in Sri Lanka does not care about his own small investors who helped the company to setup the launch pad for LOLC success." කස්ටිය ඊයේ ඇහුවේ නැද්ද ඕක මිටිමේදී ????? Rolling Eyes

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Post Fri Jan 27, 2023 7:24 pm by D.M.P.Disanayake

Beyondsenses wrote:
DeepFreakingValue wrote:
Why Investors are worried about LOLC Group? Scree146

"Everybody question as to why the richest person in Sri Lanka does not care about his own small investors who helped the company to setup the launch pad for LOLC success." කස්ටිය ඊයේ ඇහුවේ නැද්ද ඕක මිටිමේදී ????? Rolling Eyes
Hi All,
 
You may have why? They did debenture listing of LOCH? 
 
LOCH should issue ordinary voting shares
 
You may ask why? How? evidence?
 
Please refer the CSE article they have already mentioned  
 
[url=https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/announcement_portal_prod/LOCH_Further Disclosure to 20.11.2021_15845707655934.pdf]https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/announcement_portal_prod/LOCH_Further%20Disclosure%20to%2020.11.2021_15845707655934.pdf[/url]
 
 
You may ask How? LOFC = LOCH? 
 
Currently, LOLC Finance PLC, the largest NBFI in the country. 
 
Then why they mentioned LOCH here .   LOFC?
 
 
https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/upload_report_file/2442_1634242680630.pdf
 
 
             LOLC = LOCH
                                 LOFC = LOCH
                                                       LOFC = LOLC
 
     BELOW ATTACHED THE SCREEN SHOT . PLEASE REFER IT FOR MORE CLARIFICATION
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Post Fri Jan 27, 2023 7:35 pm by Equity Win

D.M.P.Disanayake wrote:
Beyondsenses wrote:
"Everybody question as to why the richest person in Sri Lanka does not care about his own small investors who helped the company to setup the launch pad for LOLC success." කස්ටිය ඊයේ ඇහුවේ නැද්ද ඕක මිටිමේදී ????? Rolling Eyes
Hi All,
 
You may have why? They did debenture listing of LOCH? 
 
LOCH should issue ordinary voting shares
 
You may ask why? How? evidence?
 
Please refer the CSE article they have already mentioned  
 
[url=https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/announcement_portal_prod/LOCH_Further Disclosure to 20.11.2021_15845707655934.pdf]https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/announcement_portal_prod/LOCH_Further%20Disclosure%20to%2020.11.2021_15845707655934.pdf[/url]
 
 
You may ask How? LOFC = LOCH? 
 
Currently, LOLC Finance PLC, the largest NBFI in the country. 
 
Then why they mentioned LOCH here .   LOFC?
 
 
https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/upload_report_file/2442_1634242680630.pdf
 
 
             LOLC = LOCH
                                 LOFC = LOCH
                                                       LOFC = LOLC
 
     BELOW ATTACHED THE SCREEN SHOT . PLEASE REFER IT FOR MORE CLARIFICATION
Be patient you never wary about invest in LOFC near future

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Beyondsenses

Post Sat Jan 28, 2023 7:54 am by Beyondsenses

SHL going through massive Debt - තමන්ගේ ඇහේ තියෙන පොල් පරාලේ ගැන හොයපල්ලා අනුන්ගේ පොල් කෙඳි ගැන හොයන්න කලින්  Wink

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