Sherborne Investors Overview

  • Year Founded
  • 1986

Year Founded

  • Status
  • Private

  • Investments
  • 4

Sherborne Investors General Information

Description

Sherborne Investors (Guernsey) B Ltd is a closed-ended investment company registered in Guernsey. The company aims at gaining capital growth from investment in target companies identified by the investment manager with the aim of generating a significant capital return for shareholders. The company's investment policy is to invest in a company, which is publicly quoted, primarily on the UK stock exchange, which is considered as undervalued and thereby increasing the value of an investment. It mainly focuses on investing selected target companies hence it will not seek to reduce risk through diversification. The company's targeted investments will include shares as well as warrants, convertibles, derivatives and any other equity, debt and other securities.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Privately Held (no backing)
Financing Status
Corporation
Primary Industry
Investment Banks
Former Stock Listing
SIGB
Corporate Office
  • 1 Royal Plaza
  • Royal Avenue
  • Saint Peter Port GY1 2HL
  • Guernsey, United Kingdom

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Sherborne Investors Exits (2)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size Status Buyers
F&C Investment Trust (Chelmsford) 20-Aug-2010 0000 000.00 Completed
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Ampex Data Systems 01-Jan-1987 Buyout/LBO 00000 Completed
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