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OPM 1pm Plc

24.00
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Last Updated: 01:00:00
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1pm Investors - OPM

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
1pm Plc OPM London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 24.00 01:00:00
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Posted at 07/12/2020 15:54 by smithie6
example May 2017

"new Ordinary Shares at the Issue Price of 45 pence per share. "

2015
"New Ordinary Shares at 60 pence per share"

imo it is immoral & wrong to give any reward to directors unless they can show that those investors have made a profit

if the performance target is a lower price then the directors are being rewarded for bad performance, being rewarded for shareholders/investors putting up hard cash & making a loss.

rubs salt in the wound imo
Posted at 10/11/2020 11:59 by red ninja
Unaudited consolidated Tangible Net Asset Value is given in option scheme RNS as 31p.

This share is not popular especially as many investors were burned by buying back in the 50s.

There could be a reasonable return over time here IMO.
Posted at 17/9/2020 09:24 by red ninja
Had a punt today at 16.65p, but evidently I am one of the few investors.

In their favour they have a very diversified loan book by company sector, they try and secure company loans so if the company goes bust they can in most cases recover the loan. The are providing loans to companies through the CBILs scheme.

However, it's risky given the fact we are coming to an end of furlough scheme and there is a real chance of further local, regional or national lockdowns although looks like these lockdowns will directed at particular activites eg households meeting each other indooors.
Posted at 18/5/2020 16:20 by yieldsearch
seems to be a subsidiary of Wellesley Group Investors Limited, hxxps://www.wellesley.co.uk/
is that the peer to peer???
Posted at 02/12/2019 09:02 by tomps2
OPM Ian Smith, CEO & Ed Rimmer, COO, give a corporate overview of 1pm, at Mello London November 2019, and outline the strategy to achieve £350m loan book by 2024 (from £140m).
Posted at 09/10/2019 18:05 by davidosh
They are presenting at Mello London next month so hopefully that will help investors see the potential here...



Exhibiting and presenting on the Wednesday. You can get discounted tickets via Advfn using the code ADVFN30 to get 30% off.
Posted at 25/6/2019 08:26 by santangello
Looks like a few are adding 2 and 2 and getting 5 here.Re read the RNSThe impatient amongst investors here are sellers....I am not.
Posted at 20/6/2019 11:32 by davidosh
I would expect a trading update at any point in the next couple of weeks and good news generally travels fastest so hopefully early next week.

I do not think shareholders will be happy until we see the share price well north of 60p and it looks like the recent earn out suggests we will get there as all the sellers from the placing a year ago are apparently out so good news now should be bought as opposed to being sold into...

I picked this information from a blog that pretty much sums up my thoughts too....

OnePM – Earnout

Share Price 41p

Mkt Cap £36m

Conflict disclosure: I Hold

Statement – The invoice finance business “Positive Cashflow” has achieved its earnout targets a year ahead of schedule. In 2016 this invoice finance business made profits of £1.1m and the earnout was based on PBT growth targets. The payment of the earnout results in the issue of 2.5m shares at 60p according to the acquisition announcement in 2017.

Estimates – Forecasts look for a 9.3% revenue growth over the year to May 19 and 13% PBT growth to £8.6m which is EPS of 6.8p. Given Positive Cashflow is a year ahead one imagines the pressure on forecasts is on the upside.

Valuation – PER is 6X the year just ended and a yield of 2.2%. ROE is 13.9% and Price/NAV is 0.8 although price/NTAV is 1.8X

Conclusion – Sometimes a stock gets so cheap no one wants to own it. The market has decided that the money on acquisitions of 2-3 years ago was all wasted. This announcement suggests it wasn’t. Perhaps it will be bid for but I suspect patient investors will get rewarded.
Posted at 19/6/2019 11:26 by santangello
I am even more confident in reading next week's statement (and buyers coming in now are too methinks)To release that RNS yesterday gives me every reason to believe it wasn't going to be released with the T/u for 2 reasons.1) Not being used to even out any negative news on the day.2) Allows the company to fire out separate statements of good news to further give confidence to investors, reading them a week apart.3) Allows investors to buy/add into momentum in the share price.Only my theory, and I've seen other companies do it to great effect.We shall see.Nice 50k buy gone through.
Posted at 18/6/2019 15:44 by glawsiain
"Statement – The invoice finance business “Positive Cashflow” has achieved its earnout targets a year ahead of schedule. In 2016 this invoice finance business made profits of £1.1m and the earnout was based on PBT growth targets. The payment of the earnout results in the issue of 2.5m shares at 60p according to the acquisition announcement in 2017.

Estimates – Forecasts look for a 9.3% revenue growth over the year to May 19 and 13% PBT growth to £8.6m which is EPS of 6.8p. Given Positive Cashflow is a year ahead one imagines the pressure on forecasts is on the upside.

Valuation – PER is 6X the year just ended and a yield of 2.2%. ROE is 13.9% and Price/NAV is 0.8 although price/NTAV is 1.8X

Conclusion – Sometimes a stock gets so cheap no one wants to own it. The market has decided that the money on acquisitions of 2-3 years ago was all wasted. This announcement suggests it wasn’t. Perhaps it will be bid for but I suspect patient investors will get rewarded."

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