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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Veterinary Group Plc LSE:PVG London Ordinary Share GB00BSZLMS59 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% 57.50p 55.00p 60.00p - - - 658 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 3.2 -3.6 -23.2 - 8.65

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10/3/2017
15:54
Well let's see who has sold and where they have gone but I guess if you individually own 47% of a business and all the Directors together hold circa 75% of the business at some point you will need to sell some to help with liquidity and get institutions involved.
hydrus
10/3/2017
15:46
Hydrus that sounds the only plausible reason. He did it at a slight discount 225. But it's not a dilution so I see no rationale for the shareprice being hit so hard. The actually makes for a good buying opportunity . However why would he sell if the prospects are as good as we think??
bigglesbingham
10/3/2017
15:41
Weird orchestrated sells over five minute period , why not declare all at once??
bigglesbingham
10/3/2017
13:59
Almost 30% of the business has changed hands. Delayed trades it looks like. I wonder if the commercial director Mr Uppal has sold some to institutional investors.
hydrus
08/3/2017
09:00
Another company where options are fair reasonable and aligned with shareholder interests. Wish there were more like that on AIM ... alas few and far between.
meganxmas
07/3/2017
17:53
CFO options granted.....'the performance targets are based on the growth in the number of pets on the Company's preventative healthcare programme for pets (Premier Pet Care Plan) to a pre-determined level, and the Company's share price increasing to at least twice the share price at the date of grant.'The granted price was at 238p.
hydrus
06/3/2017
16:15
Heading for another ATH
hydrus
04/3/2017
15:47
Real shareholder value is being created here. The Directors started with some big loans and a heap of run down uk veterinary practices. They set up a vet wholesalers and launched the Pet Care Plans. Move on a few years and they gained a stockmarket listing ::RTO with a main London market listing. Expansion has been rapid moreover it's been self funded by the directors. The sale last year of the vets practices led to expansion of the Pet care Plans in America. This weeks news of the proposed sale of the wholesalers again demonstrates that the directors are unwilling to dilute their shareholdings to support further growth. They believe in the business wholeheartedly, a rare attribute on public markets today. So far they have made every move correctly for the benefit of ALL shareholders big and small. Last years broker note steered investors to expect a valuation of £150M plus if America proved successful. 22,000 American leads over 5 years have now been secured, staff numbers are on course to hit 30 and we have been informed that US margins are higher. Combine that with a low pound, and very high sales rates per clinic being reported on a near weekly basis on Facebook, the future is truly exciting. 😺😺 🇺🇸🇺🇸
pet lover
03/3/2017
16:33
Another closing high(!)
lomax99
03/3/2017
13:47
It may well pullback at some point but the market cap is less than £41 million . I reckon its worth at least double that (esp. with no sign of dilution) if the US even remotely matches the UK in the next 2 years . So even though , I'm late to the party on this , I'll just keep buying dips and spikes knowing that the share price could easily double from here.
miti 1000
03/3/2017
13:36
Not wanting this to entirely run away, I also added some more. (So much for my, hoped for, pullback).
lomax99
03/3/2017
13:04
Added some more.
miti 1000
03/3/2017
09:10
May be more buying after the agm
bigglesbingham
03/3/2017
09:00
Just adjusted. Up 11%
pauliewonder
03/3/2017
08:59
Bid 260p offer 270p. Advfn has the price at 240p.
pauliewonder
03/3/2017
08:22
Management, who own significant stakes in the business, believe that there is a huge opportunity in US which they now know they can exploit. They have carefully tested the market and the sales of plans from the first signed up vets are extremely high which much higher profit margins than the U.K. That coupled with the wholesaler contracts gives them huge confidence.They have therefore decided to take a hit on short term revenue by selling the buying group, in order to take advantage of this opportunity. They are thinking long term and know that in 2/3 years time the US will generate huge revenues and profits. They will not dilute their own shareholdings as they know how valuable these will be.
hydrus
03/3/2017
08:04
Markets looking at this very favourably , no share dilution is a big plus here.
bigglesbingham
03/3/2017
08:04
Bigglesbingham: I think I will leave that to the broker,the opportunity is now fully in the open. It's just a simple case of signing up the vets from the leads given to PVG by the drug companies reps, on the road. The actual selling of the plans is a given. It works, as can be seen from my post earlier today. 💯
pet lover
03/3/2017
07:54
That's the plan. Pet lover with these updates you have the finger on the pulse, what are you real estimates for March June sept and Dec 17? I'd be really interested to compared to what they do achieve. If you don't want to post no problem but I trust what you say.
bigglesbingham
03/3/2017
07:53
Agreed pet lover they will probably have at least 20 trainers to service new clinics in that number. Growth next year could be very rapid indeed.And yes a new tie up with Merck in France announced so they are contracted with a range of huge drug companies who see how much vaccine compliance rates go up when pets are on PVG pet plans. Amazing for a £35m company
hydrus
03/3/2017
07:47
"Premier Pet Care Plan 12 hrs · Welcome to the 100 pets on plan club Underhill Animal Hospital! Keep up the great work!" ################################################################################## This from the American site last night. It only started selling the plans at the very end of December and has passed the 100 mark already. If PVG have a staff of 30 on the case later this year the plan numbers will go berserk as more vets get contracted.
pet lover
03/3/2017
07:44
another nice day at the office...Touchwood.. Ps our labradoodle is called Roberto. I wonder what percentage of our shareholders have a pet. I bet its a very large number.
netcurtains
03/3/2017
07:38
in broad brush terms the buying group generated 766k operating profit ... so earnings will be less that amount ... assuming tax zero cos of losses elsewhere as business grows. BUT that should be a one year effect as revenues and profits start to kick in from new plans. as time goes on we all hope that this will be exponential. building blocks are in place and will continue. the busines has the potential to be huge. ps did you read the tie up in france ??
meganxmas
03/3/2017
07:37
So,going to be debt free and have cash to expand rapidly WITHOUT CALLING ON SHAREHOLDERS FOR MORE CASH. That, in itself,is very refreshing when so many companies have a bad habit of asking shareholders to dip into their pockets. PVG previously sold off its chain of vets for a very healthy profit and i am sure the buying group will produce the same. The sale price this time appears to be above £3.25M and could be a fair amount over that. Extremely upbeat update that I am sure will be picked up on within the wider market over the next few weeks. The tie ups with the massive drug companies in America, France and Holland set PVG apart.
pet lover
03/3/2017
07:31
Well the buying group generates £1m per year so that is the bit that they are disposing of. I think there is not much point in updating per plan numbers just two months after they last told the market - gets a bit over the top. We know roughly the current growth rate in plans but the point is that the USA will generate huge growth over the coming years but only if they capitalise on the contracts and relationships they have already generated.
hydrus
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