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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
  -6.00p -9.37% 58.00p 57.00p 59.00p 65.00p 56.50p 65.00p 352,828.00 14:30:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 5.5 1.6 3.7 15.6 31.62

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19/1/201712:271PM With Volume - Recovery to 0.25p ?679.00
08/11/201613:12ShareSoc Supper in Richmond (London)-
07/10/201616:30Ian Smith will be presenting (1PM) & Paul Scott-
19/8/201310:05New proven management begin recovery at 1pm36.00
19/6/201313:32OPM - On the up1,238.00

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1PM Plc Daily Update: 1PM is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OPM. The last closing price for 1PM Plc was 64p.
1PM has a 4 week average price of 64.18p and a 12 week average price of 64.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 73p while the 1 year low share price is currently 53p.
There are currently 54,523,771 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 34,113 shares. The market capitalisation of 1PM is £31,623,787.18.
kannerwas: At first sight the interims are a bit disappointing. Revenue up 52% Cost of sales up 57% Administrative costs up 86% So, PBT up only 23% Weighted average shares in issue up 18% (that we knew anyway) So, eps up less than 6%. Unlikely to set the share price alight. (Please may I be wrong)
kannerwas: 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: The results are exactly in line with expectations set by the July trading statement. Attention now turns to 2016-17 and so far I have not seen any guidance as to what to expect. The only quantified indication I can find in today's statement is: 'In total the Group originated £49.7m of asset, business loan and vehicles transactions in the year to 31 May 2016. On an annualised basis, including a full year for the acquired companies, this equates at present to an approximate run-rate of £70m.' Growth of 40% would be welcome indeed. One senses that the board is itching to make further acquisitions. If they are to be funded by share issues, personally I would prefer they didn't, at least until the share price has entered territory decisively above the level of the last placings. The increased dividend is welcome.
maddox: An excellent ShareSoc event and company presentations last night. What is far more useful than the opportunity to pose whatever questions you have yourself - it's the insight you gain from the other expert investors' questions. Their penetrating questions highlight areas you probably haven't even thought of. OPM's Ian Smith stood up to this inquistion extremely well. Although, he was unable to answer the question that's been puzzeling me? Which is to explain why their share price has tracked sideways despite their strong results. Nothing was revealed that might give cause for concern. Regards, Maddox
davidosh: Shanklin....that is a wee bit unfair. The eps has been increasing steadily since Jan 14 and is forecast to be nearly 50% higher than the 2014 numbers when announced in July so I think the rating was probably too high when it got to a share price of 84p in 2014 but it can certainly get back there this year.
darlocst: Going by the share price the seminar went well then...
kannerwas: Maiken, it's always a good idea to look at what could go wrong, and you do us all a service by doing so. Just to put a figure on it, bad debts would have to rise to over 6% in a full year to reduce PBT to zero. That is based on a portfolio value of £57m, PBT of £1.66m for the half year, and the assumptions (a) that the co will do the same (bar bad debts) in H2 and (b) that bad debts flow straight through to the bottom line with no other financial consequences. I think 6% would be a pretty extreme figure for any lender. I also think 1PM may be better placed than some lenders to avoid very serious bad debts: (a) lending in small amounts to a large number of borrowers, with (I think) no borrower owing more than 50k; (b) lending on the security of assets which it has legal ownership of itself (in the case of the leasing business). Also 1PM does not have the typical bank financing profile of short-term deposits financing long-term loans. There was some discussion on this board a while back as to whether the company should be paying a dividend at all at its current stage of development. I am very glad that it does. I think the best indication a company can give of having its shareholders' interests at heart is to distribute some real money to them, and I think the dividend, though small, may bring shareholders on board who would not otherwise be there. It is only natural that the first dividend should have been small and I hope it will be progressively increased, though not faster than earnings. As to acquisitions, I guess one can never rule out the possibility of management making a duff one. My sense is that, rightly or wrongly, the management here has a little work to do to win the full confidence of investors, and I suspect that the effect of this will be to put a brake on any acquisitive ambitions for the time being. Having supported two placings at 61p and 60p, I think investors will wish to see that last year's acquisition is a clear success, and will wish to see the share price well above that level, before they support another placing.
kannerwas: It is disappointing that the share price did not break out in reaction to the results. I doubt that there is anything company-specific to worry about. There was nothing wrong with the results, and taking a 12 month view the shares have outperformed the market quite well. Just need to have a bit of patience. At some stage the market will re-rate these and then they will go a long way.
martinthebrave: Yesterdays RNS shows a change of CEO but no mention of the current CEO Maria Lewis? Not a positive sign!! It is barely a month since Maria Lewis was picking up the small cap company of the year award. Clearly a boardroom squabble which is hurting the share price. The promised mid-December update can't come soon enough!!
jamielein: I think that's slightly unfair on the company, as doing any open offer at all automatically makes them a lot better than some of the other AIM companies. However I'd agree I would have preferred a much larger open offer. They probably wanted to guarantee that they'd receive at least £3m, which is why they did the placing for that amount. There would have been a big risk in announcing an open offer (not underwritten) for the full amount. I think the discount was a little large but not too excessive. Remember that these institutions are completely locked in, as they won't be able to sell without decimating the share price. I think they must believe in the company's growth prospects and that the share price will be significantly higher in the next few years, or they wouldn't take that risk.
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