ODMTY - OLD MUTUAL PLC

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  • Reuters - UK Focus22 days ago

    European shares fall afresh as EU summit looms

    European shares succumbed once again to trade tensions and political concerns on Thursday ahead of a tense European Union summit after the stock market enjoyed a brief respite from selling in the previous ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 days ago

    Old Mutual returns to African roots with Johannesburg listing

    Old Mutual Plc returned to its South African roots on Tuesday when it listed its $11 billion African financial services business in Johannesburg, a move which largely completes a major overhaul of the company. The 173-year old group has been disentangling its conglomerate structure created after a series of acquisitions since it moved its headquarters and primary listing to London in 1999. Chief Executive Bruce Hemphill set the break-up in motion in 2016, saying the company's four main businesses -- a U.S. asset manager, a British wealth manager, an African financial services division and a South African bank -- would achieve higher investor ratings as separate entities.

  • Old Mutual wraps up four-way break-up with Johannesburg listing
    Reuters24 days ago

    Old Mutual wraps up four-way break-up with Johannesburg listing

    Old Mutual plc will list its African financial services unit in Johannesburg on Tuesday, returning to its roots as a South African-based financial services group and largely wrapping up a radical break up plan. The 173-year old company has been breaking itself up to disentangle its costly conglomerate structure stemming from a hodge-podge of disjointed acquisitions since 1999 when it moved its headquarters and primary listing to London. Chief Executive Bruce Hemphill set the carve-up in motion in 2016, saying the company's four main businesses -- a U.S. asset manager, a British wealth manager, an African financial services unit and a South African bank -- would achieve higher investor ratings as independent, separate entities.

  • Old Mutual Returns to Africa as Breakup Ends London Listing
    Bloomberg24 days ago

    Old Mutual Returns to Africa as Breakup Ends London Listing

    South Africa’s prodigal insurer returned home to a luke warm welcome on Tuesday. Old Mutual Ltd. started trading its stock in Johannesburg at 28.50 rand before swinging between 28.20 rand and 29.39 rand. The listing -- done in conjunction with others in Namibia, Malawi and Zimbabwe -- brings an end to a global acquisition spree that took its former parent Old Mutual Plc from its Cape Town roots to London, New York, Beijing and even Bogota.

  • Reuters25 days ago

    Old Mutual unit Quilter jumps on first day of trading

    By Carolyn Cohn LONDON (Reuters) - Shares in British wealth management firm Quilter (QLT.L) jumped on Monday following its initial public offering in one of the last stages of parent Old Mutual's break-up ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus25 days ago

    Old Mutual unit Quilter jumps on first day of trading

    Shares in British wealth management firm Quilter jumped on Monday following its initial public offering in one of the last stages of parent Old Mutual's break-up plan. Anglo-South African financial services ...

  • Is Old Mutual plc (LON:OML) Undervalued?
    Simply Wall St.25 days ago

    Is Old Mutual plc (LON:OML) Undervalued?

    Old Mutual plc (LON:OML) received a lot of attention from a substantial price movement on the LSE over the last few months, increasing to £2.61 at one point, and droppingRead More...

  • Bloomberg25 days ago

    Quilter Gains on Debut After Being Spun Out of Old Mutual

    Quilter Plc’s rose in its first day of trading in London and Johannesburg as the U.K. wealth manager set its own path after being spun out of Old Mutual Plc. The breakup of 173-year-old Old Mutual will be largely complete this week as the London-based insurer hives off its businesses after determining that they would be worth more on their own. The initial public offering of Quilter on Monday will be followed on Tuesday by the listing of Old Mutual Ltd., which will house the company’s African insurance and asset-management units, and culminate with the unbundling of Nedbank Group Ltd. in about six months.

  • Reuters - UK Focus25 days ago

    Old Mutual wealth management unit Quilter lists in London

    Quilter Plc, the wealth management division of Anglo-South African financial services group Old Mutual, will list in London on Monday at a price of 145 pence a share, it said in a statement. The pricing ...

  • Who Are The Major Shareholders In Old Mutual plc (LON:OML)?
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    Who Are The Major Shareholders In Old Mutual plc (LON:OML)?

    In this article, I’m going to take a look at Old Mutual plc’s (LSE:OML) latest ownership structure, a non-fundamental factor which is important, but remains a less discussed subject amongRead More...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Old Mutual gets rough ride over share bonus plan at AGM

    Influential shareholder advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) had advised shareholders to vote against the policy, saying no performance conditions will apply. Some 22.68 percent of shareholders at Old Mutual's annual general meeting opposed the plan under which executives will be eligible to participate in performance-based long-term incentive plans and also receive awards under a share ownership plan.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Old Mutual gets rough ride over share bonus plan at AGM

    Old Mutual (Other OTC: ODMUF - news) shareholders approved an employee share bonus plan on Friday, although the Anglo-South African financial services group faced a backlash over granting non-performance based awards to executives. Influential shareholder advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS (LSE: 0QRS.L - news) ) had advised shareholders to vote against the policy, saying no performance conditions will apply. Some 22.68 percent of shareholders at Old Mutual's annual general meeting opposed the plan under which executives will be eligible to participate in performance-based long-term incentive plans and also receive awards under a share ownership plan.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Old Mutual to list emerging market, UK fund units in June

    Old Mutual (OML.L) said on Friday that the next stage of a planned break-up of the Anglo-South African financial services group would take place in June with the listing of its emerging market and UK asset management units. The listings will see shareholders receive one share in new UK wealth management company Quilter and three in Old Mutual Limited for every three Old Mutual shares currently held. Old Mutual has been working towards a break-up since 2016 after deciding that regulatory changes had made the firm too complex to run, and has already sold out of its U.S. fund arm.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Old Mutual to list emerging market, UK fund units in June

    Old Mutual (Other OTC: ODMUF - news) said on Friday that the next stage of a planned break-up of the Anglo-South African financial services group would take place in June with the listing of its emerging market and UK asset management units. The listings will see shareholders receive one share in new UK wealth management company Quilter and three in Old Mutual Limited for every three Old Mutual shares currently held. Old Mutual has been working towards a break-up since 2016 after deciding that regulatory changes had made the firm too complex to run, and has already sold out of its U.S. fund arm.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Old Mutual sells Latam businesses to China Minsheng for $300 million - source

    LONDON (Reuters) - Anglo-South African financial services group Old Mutual (OML.L) is selling three businesses in Latin America to China Minsheng Investment Group International (CMIG) for around $300 million ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Old Mutual sells Latam businesses to China Minsheng for $300 mln - source

    Anglo-South African financial services group Old Mutual is selling three businesses in Latin America to China Minsheng Investment Group International for around $300 million, a source familiar with the ...

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Old Mutual plots course for break-up this year

    Old Mutual (OML.L) reported a 22 percent rise in annual operating profit powered by its UK asset management business and the Anglo-South African financial services group set out how it will complete its break-up plans this year. It will list the UK asset management business, to be renamed Quilter, alongside a planned secondary offering of 10 percent of the unit's shares, it said in a statement on Thursday. The listing in London and Johannesburg will be followed by a listing in the same cities of Old Mutual Limited, a holding company covering the firm's Africa-focused emerging markets division, its stake in South Africa's Nedbank (NEDJ.J) and Old Mutual plc.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Old Mutual plots course for break-up this year

    Old Mutual (Other OTC: ODMUF - news) reported a 22 percent rise in annual operating profit powered by its UK asset management business and the Anglo-South African financial services group set out how it will complete its break-up plans this year. The listing in London and Johannesburg will be followed by a listing in the same cities of Old Mutual Limited, a holding company covering the firm's Africa-focused emerging markets division, its stake in South Africa's Nedbank and Old Mutual (Taiwan OTC: 6407.TWO - news) plc. Old Mutual said in 2016 it was planning to break itself into four parts, as regulatory change made the company too complex and costly to run in its current form.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Old Mutual sees "material" break-up completion end-2018, FY profit up 22 pct

    Anglo-South African financial services group Old Mutual (Other OTC: ODMUF - news) said a "material" completion of its planned break-up was scheduled for the end of 2018, as it announced a 22 percent rise in 2017 operating profit on Thursday. Old Mutual, which is moving into the final stages of breaking itself into four parts, said the listing of its UK asset management business, which is changing its name to Quilter Plc, would likely be accompanied by a secondary offering of up to 9.6 percent of its shares. The listing of Quilter in London and Johannesburg will be followed by a listing in London and Johannesburg of Old Mutual Limited, a holding company covering the firm's Africa-focused emerging markets division, its stake in South Africa's Nedbank and Old Mutual plc, Old Mutual said in a statement.

  • Old Mutual clears first hurdle in four-way break-up
    Sky News7 months ago

    Old Mutual clears first hurdle in four-way break-up

    Whoever heard of a chief executive making himself redundant? Old Mutual has now confirmed that, as Sky News reported last week , it is selling a chunk of its UK wealth management arm - which is led by star City investor Richard Buxton - to the private equity firm TA Associates for £600m. South Africa's largest life company, dating back to 1845, it had - as the name suggests - been a mutual company but decided to shed that status in an attempt to expand and become more commercial.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Old Mutual sells Buxton UK funds business for $800 million

    Old Mutual (OML.L) is selling part of its UK asset management business, run by veteran investor Richard Buxton, to private equity firm TA Associates for 600 million pounds, as it heads towards a break-up of the group. The Anglo-South African financial services group said in a statement on Tuesday that Old Mutual Wealth had agreed the sale of its single-strategy asset management business - where each fund focuses on one type of asset rather than a mix. The sale comes ahead of a listing of the rest of Old Mutual Wealth next year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Old Mutual sells Buxton UK funds business for $800 mln

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 19 (Reuters) - Old Mutual (Other OTC: ODMUF - news) is selling part of its UK asset management business, run by veteran investor Richard Buxton, to private equity firm TA Associates for 600 million pounds ($803 million), as it heads towards a break-up of the group. The Anglo-South African financial services group said in a statement on Tuesday that Old Mutual Wealth had agreed the sale of its single-strategy asset management business - where each fund focuses on one type of asset rather than a mix.

  • Buxton close to sealing £550m TA-backed Old Mutual buyout
    Sky News7 months ago

    Buxton close to sealing £550m TA-backed Old Mutual buyout

    One of the City's most prominent investors is close to clinching a £550m buyout of his business with the backing of a former owner of Jupiter‎ Asset Management. Sky News has learnt that Richard Buxton, the chief executive of Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI), is on the brink of a deal ‎to buy a £25bn chunk of the company. If completed, the deal would follow an intense bidding war which in‎ recent weeks has included serious interest from Macquarie, the Australian financial services group.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Old Mutual Global Investors chief near buyout deal backed by TA Associates - source

    The buyout, which will be announced as soon as Friday or more likely next week, will be backed by private equity firm TA Associates, according to the person. A source told Reuters earlier in September that Buxton was eager to strike off on his own and had been in talks with private equity firm TA Associates about a possible management buyout of OMGI.

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