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CIC Insurance 2018
heri
#41 Posted : Thursday, September 26, 2019 8:37:13 AM
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VituVingiSana wrote:
I like the trend of deleveraging by some firms.

Centum is paying off some loans/bonds from the sale of Almasi/King/NBL.
CIC is paying off this bond.
HF will pay off a bond too. It is also trying to sell non-performing properties/assets.
Britam is also trying to sell properties and reduce borrowings or increase cash.

In these tough times, if the business cannot generate great returns then it is better to deleverage.

Excessive leverage can be disastrous as seen for Uchumi, ARM, Mumias, etc.

Cash-rich firms (or those with low/manageable) debt can better survive a tough operating environment.


I hope CIC is not taking on another loan to pay off this bond? Have they have sold the land they put up for sale
Ericsson
#42 Posted : Monday, September 30, 2019 2:05:03 AM
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Joined: 12/4/2009
Posts: 8,393
Location: NAIROBI
heri wrote:
VituVingiSana wrote:
I like the trend of deleveraging by some firms.

Centum is paying off some loans/bonds from the sale of Almasi/King/NBL.
CIC is paying off this bond.
HF will pay off a bond too. It is also trying to sell non-performing properties/assets.
Britam is also trying to sell properties and reduce borrowings or increase cash.

In these tough times, if the business cannot generate great returns then it is better to deleverage.

Excessive leverage can be disastrous as seen for Uchumi, ARM, Mumias, etc.

Cash-rich firms (or those with low/manageable) debt can better survive a tough operating environment.


I hope CIC is not taking on another loan to pay off this bond? Have they have sold the land they put up for sale


Chief executive Tom Gitogo told the Business Daily that the company currently has enough cash and cash equivalents to settle the bond, adding that the need to boost its capital will come later.

https://www.businessdail...92122-9g6qjaz/index.html
tandich
#43 Posted : Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:07:35 PM
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Ericsson
#44 Posted : Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:21:08 PM
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Joined: 12/4/2009
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He must have got a big post somewhere.
He did the same stunt at Sanlam insurance
Ebenyo
#45 Posted : Thursday, October 10, 2019 3:10:35 PM
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Si angeongoja mwezi wa pili.
Towards the goal of financial freedom
Ericsson
#46 Posted : Thursday, October 10, 2019 11:51:54 PM
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Ebenyo wrote:




Si angeongoja mwezi wa pili.


Mr Gitogo joined CIC in 2014 when he replaced Nelson Kuria who retired after holding the Chief Executive position for many years.

He leaves after the company repaid its Sh5 billion corporate bond last week.

Mr Gitogo had also initiated plans to sell the insurer’s 712 acres of freehold land.
Mr Gitogo’s term at CIC has been turbulent, characterised by a decline across various performance measures.

The insurer’s market capitalisation, for instance, has dropped 68 percent from Sh25.1 billion in December 2014 to Sh8 billion on Wednesday.
Over his tenure, CIC’s earnings and shareholder funds also dropped, partly due to losses at its regional subsidiaries, increased competition and the weak stock market.

https://www.businessdail...06614-4d8hhn/index.html
jmbada
#47 Posted : Sunday, October 13, 2019 3:24:28 PM
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Joined: 1/1/2011
Posts: 393
Ericsson wrote:
Ebenyo wrote:




Si angeongoja mwezi wa pili.


Mr Gitogo joined CIC in 2014 when he replaced Nelson Kuria who retired after holding the Chief Executive position for many years.

He leaves after the company repaid its Sh5 billion corporate bond last week.

Mr Gitogo had also initiated plans to sell the insurer’s 712 acres of freehold land.
Mr Gitogo’s term at CIC has been turbulent, characterised by a decline across various performance measures.

The insurer’s market capitalisation, for instance, has dropped 68 percent from Sh25.1 billion in December 2014 to Sh8 billion on Wednesday.
Over his tenure, CIC’s earnings and shareholder funds also dropped, partly due to losses at its regional subsidiaries, increased competition and the weak stock market.

https://www.businessdail...06614-4d8hhn/index.html

Wow! Talk about shareholder value destruction!
Horton
#48 Posted : Sunday, October 13, 2019 4:00:36 PM
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Joined: 8/30/2007
Posts: 1,514
Location: Nairobi
jmbada wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
Ebenyo wrote:




Si angeongoja mwezi wa pili.


Mr Gitogo joined CIC in 2014 when he replaced Nelson Kuria who retired after holding the Chief Executive position for many years.

He leaves after the company repaid its Sh5 billion corporate bond last week.

Mr Gitogo had also initiated plans to sell the insurer’s 712 acres of freehold land.
Mr Gitogo’s term at CIC has been turbulent, characterised by a decline across various performance measures.

The insurer’s market capitalisation, for instance, has dropped 68 percent from Sh25.1 billion in December 2014 to Sh8 billion on Wednesday.
Over his tenure, CIC’s earnings and shareholder funds also dropped, partly due to losses at its regional subsidiaries, increased competition and the weak stock market.

https://www.businessdail...06614-4d8hhn/index.html

Wow! Talk about shareholder value destruction!



Anyone seeing any good in this stock? I remember Ericsson used to like this company a while back. Thoughts?
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