Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
1PM LSE:OPM London Ordinary Share GB00BCDBXK43 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 62.50p 61.00p 64.00p 62.50p 62.50p 62.50p 14,763.00 07:56:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 5.5 1.6 3.7 16.8 32.83

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23/11/2016
19:25
Personally I think you have to look at the results, not at the share price. The co has done nothing wrong. It is in an unfashionable sector of the market following Brexit. The price action does make me wonder whether an acquisition and placing are imminent. Hope not.
kannerwas
23/11/2016
17:01
Really disappointed with this one. I am actually under water despite holding for over a year. It would appear that no matter how many positive updates are issued the share price is stuck in the same trading range. I will wait for the next update but I guess if I see 70p again I will exit as it simply does not seem to be able to leave this trading range.
salpara111
21/11/2016
10:40
Last year there was a TS on 18-Dec. Can't imagine the CEO would be doing these various presentations if trading was not continuing at least in line with broker forecasts.
shanklin
08/11/2016
13:12
On Tuesday 6th December, CEO Ian Smith from 1PM will be presenting at ShareSoc Supper in Richmond (London). Additionally we have organised a "ShareSoc Question Time" when ISA millionaire Leon Boros will answer questions alongside well known investor David Stredder. For more information click here: http://www.sharesoc.org/richmond-dec.html
sarah0286
08/11/2016
13:10
On Tuesday 6th December,CEO Ian Smith from 1PM (OPM) will be presenting at ShareSoc Supper in Richmond (London). For more information, please click here: hxxp://www.sharesoc.org/richmond-dec.html
sarah0286
12/10/2016
10:53
And, again, for no reason whatsoever, we head back towards the placing price.
shanklin
07/10/2016
16:30
WHEN: TUESDAY THE 11TH OCTOBER 2016 - DOORS OPEN AT 6.00 PM; THE PRESENTATIONS START AT 6.30 PM WHERE: CAXTON ARMS, 36 NORTH GARDENS, BRIGHTON, BN1 3LB CEO Ian Smith will be presenting in Brighton with Paul Scott. Click here for more information: http://www.sharesoc.org/brighton-oct.html
sarah0286
07/10/2016
10:58
1PM will be presenting in Brighton on Tuesday 11th October at AXTON ARMS, 36 NORTH GARDENS, BRIGHTON, BN1 3LB - 1PM (OPM): Specialist provider of finance to the UK SME Sector. CEO Ian Smith will be presenting. There will also be a talk from Paul Scott (Stockopedia) on small cap stocks at this event. Please use this link to register: hxxp://www.sharesoc.org/brighton-oct.html
sarah0286
30/9/2016
08:06
Positive update....hopefully it can finally move back to levels it was hitting over a year ago!
salpara111
28/9/2016
19:31
Super and professional presentation by a CEO that knows his business, a lot of detail in that that would be difficult to assess from the results alone.
owenski
28/9/2016
16:27
Very helpful presentation. Thanks for posting
holiday6
28/9/2016
14:31
Excellent stuff. Very helpful given that I could not attend Monday's event.
shanklin
28/9/2016
13:28
Video of OPM at Mello 26.9.16 Presentation by Ian Smith, CEO Length: c.45 minutes hTTp://www.piworld.co.uk/videos/2016/9/28/1pm-opm-presentation-at-mello-26th-september-2016 Ian Smith took over as CEO, in February 2016, having been bought in 2.5 years ago to initiate a strategic growth plan. Ian Smith covers: 1. What OPM do 2. The market 3. Breakdown of revenue across the original business and acquisitions 4. The latest results 5. The strategy for future growth With questions and answers by the Mello audience.
tomps2
27/9/2016
12:23
Thanks for the updates, guys. As someone who bought in a couple of years or so back, this business has grown organically and through acquisition, and I'd agree with the comments above that it should be afforded a better value by the market. But patience will usually bear fruit, unfortunately this tree is taking a little longer than most to produce...
strollingmolby
27/9/2016
10:01
Just been speaking with davidosh and, unless one believes that Brexit is going to destroy the whole of British business and nobody will ever pay back a loan (Not a problem being experienced by SUS), it sounds as though there were a number of positives in the presentation. AIUI, this includes OPM: - having reduced their average cost of funding by 1%; - having very good access to additional funds so that they can take whatever loans they want to onto their own books rather than broking them on. Over the life of a loand this is far more profitable - through the acquisitions sourcing more of their business through their own staff as opposed to third parties. Should learn more when the video becomes available.
shanklin
27/9/2016
09:34
There were lots of questions including why the divi was fairly low and covered ten times so why bother paying one if using the money to grow the business out ? The presentation was filmed so should be available at the end of the week
davidosh
27/9/2016
09:08
I can only assume that the news was not positive. In my view the company has performed really well but I am hugely disappointed by the share price performance. I am at little more than b/e after more than an year during which the company has doubled profits and paid their maiden divi, I cant see what more they can do.
salpara111
27/9/2016
07:41
I had a table tennis match last night so could not make Mello. Would be very interested in any feedback from those attending. Thank you in hope if not in anticipation.
shanklin
26/9/2016
10:35
Just a reminder that OPM are presenting this evening in Beckenham.... Http://boards.fool.co.uk/mello-monday-in-beckenham-tomorrow-13436731.aspx
davidosh
07/9/2016
06:32
With revenue previously forecast to increase by 40% in 16/17 vs 15/16, I cannot see dilution being the major issue allegedly cited by Cenkos?
shanklin
07/9/2016
06:30
The 5.51p eps number is based on 52.002m shares
shanklin
06/9/2016
22:51
The weighted average number of shares used in the 2015-16 results was 48.85m. There are currently 52.5m shares in issue. Deferred consideration for the acquisitions, if performance criteria are met, is up to 3.9m shares for Academy and 0.55m for Bradgate. That would give a total of 56.95m. The weighted average for 2016-17 should therefore be something above 52.5m and something below 56.95m, depending on the number of new shares issued as consideration, if any, and when they are issued. Of course this only covers the acquisitions to date.
kannerwas
06/9/2016
16:37
P.S. Stockopedia was previously showing 5.1p and 6.7 EPS for the last and current financial years, when we already knew the 5.1p should have been 5.9p.
shanklin
06/9/2016
16:34
Given the information in note 5 to today's results, is there potential for much additional dilution from the acquisitions to date? Or are Cenkos citing another reason for them?
shanklin
06/9/2016
12:19
Why has book value fallen 5% in H2?
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