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19 minutes ago, spyguy said:

They need money.

 

I've just taken some out.

Quite worrying if you ask me.

 

I'm offering 200 year old bonds at 40% if anyone is interested ?

 

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11 minutes ago, Funn3r said:

Maybe in the title you misspelled Shawbroke? 

Yeah.t hat was such an open goal I did not bother.

The challenger banks are an interesting sector. All too small to bother saving. All nuts deep in BTL.

Shawbrooks main shareholder has made a bit for them recently. Shawbrook said 'No.'

Banking analyst reckon Shawbrroks business plans are way too risky i..e not with a big stick.

So what happens next?

The PE investor says fckit and walk, meaing Shawbrrok are in sh1t for raising new capital.

PE ups it bids? Unlikely.

Me? Id no borrow from them or invest in them.

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37 minutes ago, spyguy said:

Yeah.t hat was such an open goal I did not bother.

The challenger banks are an interesting sector. All too small to bother saving. All nuts deep in BTL.

Shawbrooks main shareholder has made a bit for them recently. Shawbrook said 'No.'

Banking analyst reckon Shawbrroks business plans are way too risky i..e not with a big stick.

So what happens next?

The PE investor says fckit and walk, meaing Shawbrrok are in sh1t for raising new capital.

PE ups it bids? Unlikely.

Me? Id no borrow from them or invest in them.

They offered a 5 year bond 2 weeks ago at 2.25% then withdrew it.

 

It's a case of old biddies putting their savings in Iceland again.

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