Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Tec Ser LSE:PTSG London Ordinary Share GB00BV9FPW93 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 83.50p 81.00p 86.00p 83.50p 83.50p 83.50p 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 25.8 0.8 0.6 146.5 73.82

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05/12/201611:19Premier Technical Services Group199.00
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08/12/2016
08:20
Premier Tec Ser Daily Update: Premier Tec Ser is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PTSG. The last closing price for Premier Tec Ser was 83.50p.
Premier Tec Ser has a 4 week average price of 76.73p and a 12 week average price of 75.61p.
The 1 year high share price is 95.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 65.50p.
There are currently 88,402,534 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 78,835 shares. The market capitalisation of Premier Tec Ser is £73,816,115.89.
12/10/2016
16:31
glasshalfull: Battlebus - If you read the RNS again you'll observe that they've sold out completely. I saw the trade (3.182m) go through on Monday evening @74p. As I understand, Slater's entire holding was placed with a new buyer. Should this prove correct then we can expect a further holding RNS with declaration that the new holder exceeds 3%. From my notes, I last had Slater at 3.37m or 3.8% & it's clear from the shareprice action that there was a seller in the background with Slater having shed 150k shares prior to the 3.182m trade. Free float is small - as we already know - so with this overhang gone will we now observe some share price appreciation? Hope so ;-) Kind regards GHF
07/10/2016
12:48
rivaldo: FYI this is how Numis summarised PTSG in their initiation note from last month, with a 125p target: "PTSG Initiating Coverage Strong growth, high returns Premier Technical Services Group (PTSG) offers an attractive combination of rapid revenue growth, high margins and ROCE. It is the market leader in the provision of specialist services in Access and Safety, Electrical Services and High Level Cleaning, yet has less than 10% share. We forecast an EPS CAGR of 19% (2015-18), but expect PTSG to continue its track-record of EPS upgrades. Trading on a 2016 PE of 11.5x and EV/EBIT of 9.9x, we think the shares are significantly undervalued. We initiate with a BUY recommendation and 125p price target (60% upside). Strong revenue growth. PTSG has delivered a 24% revenue CAGR 2009-15 (14% organic, 10% acquired, we estimate). Its addressable markets are worth around £600m, implying a PTSG share of c.6%. Its activities are highly regulated, creating both barriers to entry, and high levels of repeat business. Renewal rates on maintenance contracts are high (88% in 2015). PTSG has undertaken 20 acquisitions since its formation in 2007. We expect PTSG to continue taking market share both organically and through further acquisitions. Sector leading margins. PTSG has consistently delivered gross margins >50% and adjusted EBITA margins >20%, 2012-15. The specialist services, and unit rate pricing (rather than cost plus) lend themselves to high gross margins in inspection, testing and maintenance services. The attractive EBITA margins are generated through a combination of scale, national coverage, and use of technology, that serve to maximise engineer utilisation and leverage costs. Attractive returns. Between 2010-15, post-tax ROAIC has averaged c.42%. Post-tax return on operating capital, which more closely approximates the return on organic investment, has averaged c.74%. We think that management has established a strong track record of significantly improving the profitability of the businesses that it acquires, driving attractive returns on that investment. We estimate that the company has c.£5m of headroom against current facilities to undertake further deals."
21/9/2016
15:06
tattooed93: Dont like the chart myself, sold a while ago didnt like the Lakehouse debacle Why has ADV got the PE as 128 A PER of 10 would suggest a share price of 5p on that basis
13/9/2016
20:47
glasshalfull: As Lanzarote mentioned, Numis initiated coverage yesterday with a 125p price target. Interesting to note that PTSG service more than 100,000 buildings on behalf of over 12,000 customers. Numis forecast that interims in a fortnight should highlight strong revenue growth, with double digit organic growth augmented by the acquisitions from H2 2015. They also pencil in adj PBT of £3.5m (+49%) with EPS of 3.2p at the interim stage. This equates to 44% earning growth. Hopefully PTSG will provide further clarity on cash generation. They operate with EBITDA margins of 20% & relatively low capex requirements. However, the 5 acquisitions in the last quarter of 2015 contained considerable net current liabilities, with the company apparently requiring to settle £1.9m of creditors prior to year end. We should therefore begin to witness stronger free cash generation this year. A few other snippets, "... offers an attractive combination of rapid revenue growth, high margins and ROCE. It is the market leader in the provision of specialist services in Access and Safety, Electrical Services and High Level Cleaning, yet has less than 10% share. We forecast an EPS CAGR of 19% (2015-18), but expect PTSG to continue its track-record of EPS upgrades. Trading on a 2016 PE of 11.5x and EV/EBIT of 9.9x, we think the shares are significantly undervalued." & "...delivered a 24% revenue CAGR 2009-15... Its addressable markets are worth around £600m, implying a PTSG share of c.6%. Its activities are highly regulated, creating both barriers to entry, and high levels of repeat business. Renewal rates on maintenance contracts are high (88% in 2015)....We expect PTSG to continue taking market share both organically and through further acquisitions." finally "...consistently delivered gross margins >50% and adjusted EBITA margins >20%." --- I'll comment further following the interim statement. Kind regards, GHF
12/8/2016
16:05
fizzypop: From Paul Scott's report today: hxxp://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-12-aug-2016-rtn-rol-cbuy-sdy-phd-ptsg-siv-146625/ Premier Technical Services (LON:PTSG) Share price: 80.6p No. shares: 88.1m Market cap: £71.0m (at the time of writing, I hold a long position in this share) Trading update - everything sounds fine at this niche services company; ...although H2 has just started, the Group is trading in line with recently upgraded market expectations for the financial year ending 31 December 2016. The directors look forward to providing a full update on the Group's progress in the interim results announcement in September. The group goes on to say that Brexit does not appear to have impacted on its ability to win contracts, and it has a healthy order book. My opinion - I'm impressed with management here. They seem to run a tight ship. Bolt on acquisitions seem to be excellent value, and are earnings enhancing.
27/5/2015
07:42
saucepan: I took a look at PTSG yesterday and opened an initial position, following mention by mrx9000 on the ZULU thread: thanks :-) PTSG looks an exciting young growth company: PTSG came to the market on 11 February, seemingly without the usual IPO hype. The complete lack of posts here over the first three months of listing is, I think, indicative.The chart has not shown the typical post IPO volatility, but has crept up slowly. 28 April results [link in header] are well worth a read. They give a very clear picture of progress made to date and intentions for the future. What is also explained is how and where it is envisaged further organic and acquisitive growth will come from. What may be worth noting is the statement "We have a significant pipeline of acquisition opportunities which have been internally identified and we expect to conclude our first acquisition as a public company in the second quarter of 2015.” That news must still be in the offing, I suspect. If it is earnings enhancing, as it probably(?) will be, that might hopefully prove the next share price catalyst. One thing that slightly put me off is that the current Slater PEG is 1.07; suggesting that the price might be up with events. However my hunch is that the acquisition, if/when it is announced, will get analysts re-working their forecasts. There is a good Company presentation here: hTTp://www.ptsg.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/IPO-Presentation_jan2015_v3.pdf
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