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SAMP Rights Issue

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1 SAMP Rights Issue on Sun Dec 03, 2017 6:01 pm

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Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
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Any Updates?

2 Re: SAMP Rights Issue on Mon Dec 04, 2017 1:00 pm


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Rumour has it that all applications for additional shares below 5000 will be alloted-apparantly a big shareholder has not taken up their entitlement

3 Re: SAMP Rights Issue on Mon Dec 04, 2017 8:01 pm

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Mmmm, Interesting, that mean, there will be a selling pressure as well tomorrow?

4 Re: SAMP Rights Issue on Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:55 am


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IT seems there is no selling pressure... but buying pressure now..


5 Re: SAMP Rights Issue on Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:04 pm


Manager - Equity Analytics
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Did you noticed that one of the Sampath bank MD applied for additional shares and got 9384 shares @ 245/-.

6 Re: SAMP Rights Issue on Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:47 am


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I am trying to understand why SAMP would announce a new rights issue, priced at 250 when the stock was trading at 330 just before the announcement - any thoughts?

7 Re: SAMP Rights Issue on Thu Dec 21, 2017 11:29 am


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Does no one else think it is rather odd that all the major banks are issuing capital at a rate and that local investors for the most part are able to subscribe to these rights issues. The major banks are huge institutions and in the instance of Sampath Bank have increased capitalization in my calculations by 40%. Even if it is that we are suppose to ignore the very serious debate of whether or not this actually contributes to financial stability or further tilts the capital markets into overly ambitious mega projects we must consider the cash flow dynamics. Dhammika Perera, Indra traders guy, Harry J, and the LOLC people for instance own many financial institutions. These institutions may have other shareholders but through control of the management are loyal to the aforesaid individuals. Looking at the Cash Flow returns to the shareholders via dividends it is difficult to see how these people have the capacity to subscribe to these share issues. I am scared as was the case with Seylan, that the Banks are lending to the shareholders in order to subscribe to these rights issues. This will create a dangerous and complex holding structure for our banks. There is also a huge mistake in the attached image.

8 Re: SAMP Rights Issue on Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:12 pm


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Couldn't agree more
Though I wish it's not the case, CSE has become another Sri Lanka parliament
Those with control serve themselves while the minority holders/ voters pay the price
Looks like gone were the days where you invest in companies who will do well and payback the reaped profitability back to all and sundry shareholders without exception.
Children turn out to be what the parents make them be, likewise the crooks in parliament first made the public servant a rogue and now looks like the private sector is following suit
There was commission and some element of corruption all the time but this I am afraid is the legacy of 10 years of Mahindas governance style

9 Re: SAMP Rights Issue on Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:16 pm


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Never thought I will say this but we need a Zimbabwe style revolution to weed out this fungus
Democratic elections unlikely to sort this out
As said earlier, we have a perfect storm - corrupt politicians of all colours and a illiterate electorate

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