Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Man. LSE:PMA London Ordinary Share GB0002636438 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 0.0 -2.2 -1.2 - 5.29

Premier Man. (PMA) Latest News

Real-Time news about Premier Man. (London Stock Exchange): 0 recent articles
More Premier Man. News
Premier Man. Takeover Rumours

Premier Man. (PMA) Share Charts

1 Year Premier Man. Chart

1 Year Premier Man. Chart

1 Month Premier Man. Chart

1 Month Premier Man. Chart

Intraday Premier Man. Chart

Intraday Premier Man. Chart

Premier Man. (PMA) Discussions and Chat

Premier Man. Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
03/4/201208:24PMA with Charts & News414
03/11/201021:07(PMA) In Reverse Take-over.380
04/5/200620:56(PMA) In Reverse Take-over.-
04/5/200620:45WHY THE FALL ? QUICK BUCK HERE ??58
20/8/200413:08Sunday Telegraph says "Buy Premier Management Holdings [PMA]"70

Add a New Thread

Premier Man. (PMA) Most Recent Trades

No Trades
Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
View all Premier Man. trades in real-time

Premier Man. (PMA) Top Chat Posts

DateSubject
28/9/2016
09:20
Premier Man. Daily Update: Premier Man. is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PMA. The last closing price for Premier Man. was 1p.
Premier Man. has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 528,745,125 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Premier Man. is £5,287,451.25.
22/7/2011
09:22
napoleon111: http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2011/0722/1224301110580.html FIONA REDDAN THE FRIDAY INTERVIEW: John McKeon, chairman, Pathfinder Minerals IT'S A long way from Dublin to Kyrgyzstan, but for exploration entrepreneur John McKeon, his life has long been one of contrast. McKeon made his name by founding Circle Oil in 2003, the £200 million (€227.7 million) oil and gas exploration company, which recently reported its first profit. Since his departure in 2008, he has invested in projects around the globe, but is now on the cusp of what might be his best investment yet. "It's the biggest thing I've been involved in," he says of his role as chairman of Pathfinder Minerals, a natural resources company which is listed on London's AIM market. Earlier this year the company acquired a titanium dioxide mine in Mozambique from global mining giant BHP Billiton, and McKeon is very optimistic about its prospects. While BHP Billiton had worked the mine for the past 10 years, investing some $29 million in the process, current market conditions mean that the mine's potential has soared. According to McKeon, who owns a 14 per cent share of Pathfinder, there is now a "huge deficit" globally of the minerals mined there, such as ilmenite, due to the growth of economies like China. "It's not a speculative product," he says of ilmenite, which is used as a base pigment in paint, paper and plastics. Indeed a pre-feasibility study put a value on the project of about $500 million, based on mining 1.3 million tonnes per annum, but with prices on the up, McKeon puts its potential at closer to $1 billion. "It's a very, very substantial project," he says. Earlier this week the company successfully raised £11 million (€12.6 million) from institutional investors, which should keep Pathfinder going until the end of 2012. After that, alternative sources of funding will be sought with production planned for the last quarter of 2014/first quarter of 2015. But Pathfinder is not McKeon's only business interest. "I get around," as he says himself. His success in Circle means his services are now in demand, and when he invested in Turkish exploration group Niche in 2010, its share price soared on the back of the news. Now the Turkish group has gone from exploration to production, and McKeon says it's looking to increase its presence in Turkey. McKeon has a preference for reversing oil and mineral assets into shell companies. Through former football management business Premier, he has some gold interests in Kyrgyzstan, the third-largest gold producer amongst the Commonwealth of Independent States after Russia and Uzbekistan. And he recently sold some of his share in Crosby Asset Management, a shell company which is looking to acquire oil and gas assets, to Arkadiy Abramovich, son of the Russian oligarch Roman. Networking is key in the exploration business, and McKeon has shown himself to be more adept than most at making contacts, pointing out that being Irish helps in Africa because we have "no colonial baggage". While his ability to bring people on board has led to some dubious link-ups in the past – when still involved with Circle Oil McKeon secured a £19 million investment from a Libyan sovereign wealth fund set up by Col Muammar Gadafy – these days he is moving in more distinguished circles. During US president Barack Obama's recent visit to London, for example, he had the opportunity to discuss Ireland's current misfortunes with former chairman of the federal reserve, Paul Vockler. And making the right contacts is also paying off when it comes to business. When asked whether proposed new mining laws in Mozambique might affect Pathfinder's business there, McKeon is clear on how connections can clear the way. "We know the minister," he asserts, adding that the new rules will only affect new projects, and given that Pathfinder's mine is 10 years in existence, it shouldn't have an impact. And the fact that Gen Jacinto Veloso, a local with a distinguished past and a current adviser to the president, sits on the board of Pathfinder, should also help in this regard. While McKeon may have a good record when it comes to investing in businesses, not everything he touches turns to gold. Indeed, he wears his good fortune lightly. He escaped the Irish property bubble – "I could never understand why they were paying those prices" – but he has had investments that failed, including a UK radio station, and fibre-optic networks and newspapers in China. Moreover, before he found success in the exploration business, he experienced some difficult times down and out in London, and found himself sleeping between cardboard boxes in a warehouse in the city, "with literally no money". "That was a dark period but I never gave up," he says. As a result, he is actively involved in two charities, including the Ireland Fund of Great Britain, and is helping the Forgotten Irish Campaign. These days, when he invests his money, he likes to get involved in the business himself and is aware of the associated risks. "I take the first risk and write the first cheque. I don't walk away if something goes wrong," he says. Although based in London – when not travelling, that is – McKeon keeps a close eye on Ireland, and particularly on fellow mining and exploration company Kenmare Resources, which to some extent is paving the way for Pathfinder in Mozambique. Many of the investors who came on board for Pathfinder this week have already invested in Kenmare, for example, which has a mine located just 50km from Pathfinder's. McKeon says his company is also learning from Kenmare's "growing pains". But with Pathfinder's Mozambique project steadily advancing, where is next on the agenda for this peripatetic explorer? "Home, I need a rest." ON THE RECORD Name : John McKeon. Who is he : Chairman of Pathfinder Minerals. Age : 52. Lives : Chelsea, London. Family : "Been there, done that, got annulled and looking for the next Mrs Right?" Hobbies : Motor racing, cars, the arts. He is doing the Irish Cannonball run this year for Barretstown and is a collector of Irish artist Brian McCarthy. Something you might expect : He spends a lot of time travelling and recently visited eight countries in 10 days. Something that might surprise : He spent some years sleeping rough in a warehouse in north London.
21/3/2011
15:23
ibrahim1962: http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/news/1611613/premier-funds-asian-development.thtml PMA analysis and comment on share price
08/1/2011
13:03
moab47: Doing a research article based on the Top 100 performing shares on AIM in 2010. Can anyone give a quick summary of why this rose so much in 2010 and whether and what there were any early signs of the massive rise in share price. Thanks Moab http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/content/small-is-beautiful-small-caps-dominate-the-annual-top-100-stock-market-performance-awards-51863/
08/1/2010
20:51
tomboyb: a post on the RTO for PMA http://www.sharesforum.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=7691&pid=92300&mode=threaded&start=#entry92300 Hi Guys, FWIW I picked up a few shares this week in an AIM tiddler called Premier Management Holdings (AIM: PMA), which is a short-term punt. The shares are currently trading at a mid-price of 0.58p, which values the company at £610,000. The existing focus of PMA has been that of a small low cost football agency that manages both players and managers and arranges transfers for clubs. This has generated low six figure revenue in recent times, and the company has been looking for an acquisition that will enable it to expand its operations. On 30 June PMA signed a call option agreement to acquire Mission Impossible Events Ltd ("MI") and at least 50% of the shares in FinalFutures.com Ltd. http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?...06301430007987U Historically, MI has been run by the owners for the owners, and hence the low margins from the numbers included in the announcement. For the current year to 30 June 2010 the management expectation is for MI to make a post-tax profit of £700,000. Having access to public funding should enable MI to grow apace, and so for the year to 30 June 2011 the profit should be further ahead. MI already acts for all the major banks and corporate outfits in the City securing "sold-out" tickets, and was voted the best international ticket agency by the Evening Standard in 2008. It has strong growth potential. Meanwhile, FinalFutures.com is a relatively new sports events futures website, which, until recently, was in BETA mode. It has received a lot of press coverage in the national newspapers: http://www.thesun.co.uk/scotsol/homepage/n...inal-for-1.html http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/blog/20...exchange-market http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/sport/3806...stic-offer.html PMA has stated in its announcement that it is to raise £300,000 at no less than 1p, which means that management is going to be proactive in seeking to get the story across to investors and I believe they would like to see the shares well ahead of the current price. A share price of 2p would put just the MI business on a prospective current PE of 24.7, once all new shares have been issued. I think it is too early to accurately forecast for FinalFutures. I understand that the first all party meeting was held earlier today, and that documentation will shortly be published. I don't have a target price, but do see some potential for a useful percentage turn here. I also understand that the market makers currently have a short position. I hold shares in PMA, so DYOR. Cheers, Conrad
13/7/2009
09:08
dell314: This stock still looks like a piece of rubbish, unless someone can convince me that an acquistion of a company with £150k PBT makes the combined company worth an enterprise value of circa £10mln!! With PERs well below 10 being commonplace in the current environment why have PMA paid around 50 times earnings for the acquistion? The only reason for buying PMA, IMO, would appear to be the hope that other buyers fall for the trick of significantly overvaluing the aquirer and acquistion by the same factor to temporarily ramp up the sp(possibly for dumping stock via boiler rooms?)..... Here's my earlier post on the subject: "dell314 - 1 Jul'09 - 07:25 - 221 of 330 edit This deal looks like the old trick of deliberately overpaying for a target to ramp up your own stock price. 722.6mln shares at 1p equates to paying £7.2mln+ for the target companies, yet those companies have a combined PBT of less than £150k! That's a pretty awesome PE!! The main target had net assets of only £110k and we don't even know if that includes intangibles which would mean that it comes with debt. Would you pay £7mln plus of real money for that? I think not, hence it'll be a deal in shares....... Also if there will be an additional 722mln shares for the targets and circa 30mln for the small fundraising, there will be circa 850mln shares total with existing PMA shares, giving a market cap for the combined company of £8.5mln plus if people believe the 1p per share price. All that for a company that will have a tiny PBT if results continue as they are and net liabilities of over £1.5million! Adding the debt to the mkt cap you get a combined enterprise value of over £10mln at 1p!! Doesn't that look like deliberate overvaluation? I wouldn't be at all surprised if this deal has been arranged like this so large volumes of shares can be boiler roomed. If you think the type of misdirection that I'm describing couldn't possibly happen, I've seen similar transactions before: Microcap Equities(MEQ) acquired a private company called Equity Portfolio for circa £1.16mln in MEQ shares at the transaction price of circa 7p per MEQ share. Equity Portfolio was an investment company start up, whose assets were nothing more than the initial fundraisings of circa £320k in cash: Not a difficult company to value then!! From this, most sensible investors (except for a couple of clowns on ADVFN pumping the stock) would assume that MEQ shares in the deal were overvalued by a factor of nearly four times to match the corresponding overvaluation of Equity portfolio. MEQ subsequently dived to more realistic valuations and is currently being ramped by you know who... If you also take a look at WSPH (now WSEN), you'll see share based transactions with Mercury group(Remember them, Optiliar? Another one of your wonderstocks that vanished!), where both companies appeared to significantly overvalue each other's shares in their mutual transactions. There are many other examples too. Why do it? Coming up with a transaction that suggests a sky high valuation of your stock is a good way of getting investors to buy into the stock and ramp up the price prior to further fundraising. It will also be a good selling point to those participating in any future fundraising(s). There may also be significant tax implications. If you buy an asset at an inflated price and subsequently write it down to a more realistic valuation, you generate a large capital loss in your accounts and may be able to reduce future taxation. I'd imagine that if the deal goes through the shares will dive once investors try to calculate sensible valuations of the combined entity but the market is full of newbies and conmen at the moment, so it's hard to make any sensible predictions in the current environment......" Rgds dell All IMHO, DYOR etc.
09/7/2009
09:39
hena79: The question is the company is looking after existing shareholders and not diluting them. Another example, TMC this week with their fundraising at less than current share price. Fundrasing for £300,000 at 1p imminent as per announced.
01/7/2009
07:25
dell314: This deal looks like the old trick of deliberately overpaying for a target to ramp up your own stock price. 722.6mln shares at 1p equates to paying £7.2mln+ for the target companies, yet those companies have a combined PBT of less than £150k! That's a pretty awesome PE!! The main target had net assets of only £110k and we don't even know if that includes intangibles which would mean that it comes with debt. Would you pay £7mln plus of real money for that? I think not, hence it'll be a deal in shares....... Also if there will be an additional 722mln shares for the targetsand circa 30mln for the small fundraising, there will be circa 850mln shares total with existing PMA shares, giving a market cap for the combined company of £8.5mln plus if people believe the 1p per share price. All that for a company that will have a tiny PBT if results continue as they are and net liabilities of over £1.5million! Adding the debt to the mkt cap you get a combined enterprise value of over £10mln at 1p!! Doesn't that look like deliberate overvaluation? I wouldn't be at all surprised if this deal has been arranged like this so large volumes of shares can be boiler roomed. If you think the type of misdirection that I'm describing couldn't possibly happen, I've seen similar transactions before: Microcap Equities(MEQ) acquired a private company called Equity Portfolio for circa £1.16mln in MEQ shares at the transaction price of circa 7p per MEQ share. Equity Portfolio was an investment company start up, whose assets were nothing more than the initial fundraisings of circa £320k in cash: Not a difficult company to value then!! From this, most sensible investors (except for a couple of clowns on ADVFN pumping the stock) would assume that MEQ shares in the deal were overvalued by a factor of nearly four times to match the corresponding overvaluation of Equity portfolio. MEQ subsequently dived to more realistic valuations and is currently being ramped by you know who... If you also take a look at WSPH (now WSEN), you'll see share based transactions with Mercury group(Remember them, Optiliar? Another one of your wonderstocks that vanished!), where both companies appeared to significantly overvalue each other's shares in their mutual transactions. There are many other examples too. Why do it? Coming up with a transaction that suggests a sky high valuation of your stock is a good way of getting investors to buy into the stock and ramp up the price prior to further fundraising. It will also be a good selling point to those participating in any future fundraising(s). There may also be significant tax implications. If you buy an asset at an inflated price and subsequently write it down to a more realistic valuation, you generate a large capital loss in your accounts and may be able to reduce future taxation. I'd imagine that if the deal goes through the shares will dive once investors try to calculate sensible valuations of the combined entity but the market is full of newbies and conmen at the moment, so it's hard to make any sensible predictions in the current environment...... Rgds dell All IMHO, DYOR etc.
16/7/2007
09:10
chancer6: Just bought 100,000 shares at 0.79p. Excellent set of results. Real prices are 0.70-0.79p. Could see a big jump on the share price in the coming days IMO.
03/5/2006
13:54
safman: yeah, was tempted to sell mine earlier today, the few pennies that i have in this.. still below my avg.. but a future.. RNS Number:3608C Premier Management Holdings PLC 03 May 2006 3 May 2006 Premier Management Holdings plc (the "Company") Statement re suspension The Company notes the movement in its share price today and is pleased to announce that it is presently in discussions with Yacht Fuel Services Ltd which may or may not lead to a transaction that would be classified under the AIM Rules as a reverse takeover. As a result the Company has requested that the London Stock Exchange suspend the Company's securities from trading on AIM with immediate effect. Yacht Fuel Services, which was established in 1989, is a specialist company providing the global supply of marine fuels and lubricants to Superyachts. It offers advice and information on bunkering matters and arranges the supply of high quality fuel and lubricants directly to the yacht at any of 2,000 ports around the world at duty-free prices where applicable, giving its clients an immediate saving on operating costs. Further announcements will be made as appropriate. ENDS the website.. http://www.yachtfuel.com/consultancy.htm saffy..
20/1/2004
10:52
market research: LONDON (AFX) - Shares in Premier Management Holdings PLC rallied over 14 pct in early deals after the football agency's interim results revealed improving losses in the first half to end-October, dealers said. Pretax losses totalled 92,000 stg against a 735,000 stg loss, after allowing for net finance costs of Euro Loan Stock of 69,000 stg. The group gave an encouraging outlook, too. It said while the January 2004 transfer window has started slowly across the whole market, it expects to improve on last year's transfer window turnover. At 7.53 am, Premier shares were up 0.38 pence at 3.00. jcm/ak That last line is wrong since the share price is still 2.875p.
Premier Man. share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:30 V: D:20160928 08:37:12