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John Laing Infrastructure Fund

Current Price 119.20p Bid 119.20p Ask 119.40p Change 0.00%
Last Updated: 18/02/2018 03:03. Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes.
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Company Overview

John Laing Infrastructure Fund Limited is one of Europe's largest listed infrastructure funds, with a Premium Listing on the London Stock Exchange. JLIF invests in the equity and subordinated debt issued predominantly with respect to operational Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects. JLIF's purpose is to support governments, cities and communities meet their infrastructure needs, from delivery and financing through to operations and management. Our objective is to make available for use high-quality infrastructure assets that meet or exceed the expectations of our clients, and in so doing, provide our shareholders with a source of stable, predictable income.

Financial Highlights Year Ended 31/12/2016

Turnover
£175.24m
Operating Profit
£160.43m
Dividend Yield
5.84
Dividend Per Share
6.89
Dividend Cover
2.60
P/E Ratio
6.58

Key Personnel

Alexander David MacLellan
Non-Executive Chairman
Helen Foster Green
Non-Executive Director
Talmai Phillip Morgan
Non-Executive Director
Christopher Paul Spencer
Non-Executive Director
Guido van Berkel
Non-Executive Director
Theresa Noeleen Grant
Non-Executive Director

Stock Details

EPIC
JLIF
ISIN
GG00B4ZWPH08
Shares in Issue
991,057,224
Market cap
£1,181.34m

Analyst Views (1)

Strong Buy
 
100.00%
Buy
 
0.00%
Hold
 
0.00%
Sell
 
0.00%
Strong Sell
 
0.00%
The above information represents a selection of the views published in the last 120 days by analysts. It is subject to change without notice and doesn't reflect view held by Redmayne Bentley and is not advice.

Price Summary

Mid Price
119.20p
Bid Price
119.20p
Ask Price
119.40p
Volume
803784
Change Today
0.00p
% Change Today
0.00%
Open
119.35p
Previous Close
119.20p
Intraday High
119.45p
Intraday Low
119.00p
52 Week High
140.70p
52 Week Low
113.40p
52 week high and low figures quoted above are calculated from intraday price data.

Intra-Day Chart

John Laing Infrastructure Fund Intra-day Chart

Assets (£m)

Data has been provided by MoneyAM

Reporting Date
31 Dec 2016
31 Dec 2015
Tangible Assets
0.0
0.0
Intangible Assets & Goodwill
0.0
0.0
Investments & Other Non-Current Assets
1,078.2
883.1
Total Non-Current Assets
1,078.2
883.1
Inventory
0.0
0.0
Trade & Receivables
0.2
0.2
Cash & Receivables
5.5
2.5
Other Current Assets & Assets Held for Resale
0.0
0.0
Total Assets
1,083.9
885.8

Liabilities (£m)

Data has been provided by MoneyAM

Reporting Date
31 Dec 2016
31 Dec 2015
Short Term Liabilities
3.3
2.7
Long Term Liabilities
0.0
0.0
Other Liabilities / Pension etc
0.0
0.0
Total Liabilities
3.3
2.7

Net Assets (£m)

Data has been provided by MoneyAM

Reporting Date
31 Dec 2016
31 Dec 2015
Net Assets
1,080.6
883.1

Equity (£m)

Data has been provided by MoneyAM

Reporting Date
31 Dec 2016
31 Dec 2015
Share Capital
0.1
0.1
Minority Interests
0.0
0.0
Retained Earnings
133.6
31.6
Share Premium Account
946.9
851.5
Other Equity
0.0
0.0
Total Equity
1,080.6
883.1

Cashflow (£m)

Data has been provided by MoneyAM

Reporting Date
31 Dec 2016
31 Dec 2015
Cashflow from Operating Activities
57.4
49.5
Cashflow Before Financing
-34.1
49.5
Increase / Decrease in Cash
3.0
-1.7

Income (£m)

Data has been provided by MoneyAM

Reporting Date
31 Dec 2016
31 Dec 2015
Turnover
175.2
58.4
Cost of Sales
0.0
0.0
Gross Profit
0.0
0.0
Operating Profit
160.4
47.0
Pre-Tax Profit
160.4
47.0
Profit / Loss for the Year
160.4
47.0

Dividend History

Data has been provided by MoneyAM

Period
Ex-Dividend Date
Payment Date
H1 Dividend
21 Sep 2017
31 Oct 2017
H2 Dividend
23 Mar 2017
16 May 2017
H1 Dividend
22 Sep 2016
24 Oct 2016
H2 Dividend
03 Mar 2016
13 May 2016
H1 Dividend
10 Sep 2015
20 Oct 2015
H2 Dividend
02 Apr 2015
22 May 2015
H1 Dividend
03 Sep 2014
20 Oct 2014
H2 Dividend
02 Apr 2014
19 May 2014
H1 Dividend
04 Sep 2013
18 Oct 2013
H2 Dividend
27 Mar 2013
14 May 2013
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