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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Primorus Investments Plc LSE:PRIM London Ordinary Share GB00BKTCLJ25 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.10 3.00 3.20 3.10 3.10 3.10 369,369 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 0.0 -0.4 -0.3 - 4

Primorus Investments Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/10/2020
11:19
so this has fallen by a third now...might be worth averaging down
johncasey
24/10/2020
21:53
So, not as good as GGP purchased at 1.71p...At least AC knows that area of Australia well so less risk attached to GGP investment than EUA which had significant risk even before it was suspended.I expect overall salaries will soon drop considerably even with 3 new directors and just D Strang leaving...
timbo
24/10/2020
20:02
DOES Clayton still get a salary now hes ceo of Artemis? bloody hope not..i told him to buy EUA at 4p ,said it was basically a dodgy russian outfit and not worth investing
johncasey
24/10/2020
19:47
That was the main point of the activist shareholders from the beginning of September onwards. The salaries are excessive and don't completely align the interest of the directors with shareholders. Better to have small salaries and decently priced options - I'm fairly sure that message has now been received very clearly at PRIM HQ...look at the RNS of 23/09/2020 and read between the lines....
timbo
24/10/2020
19:14
Good point made about directors fees. This is an investment company, they do little more than buy and sell stock just like you and me. How well would you do if you were on 300k / year for looking at a pc and doing research on google? This needs to be highlighted , they are not Hargreaves but behave as if they are running a billion pound investment company. The smart money say they will bleed this one dry in salaries unless shareholders unite and take a stand. For an outfit this size, salary should be 60 - 80k and be maxed out on performance when on results, they can rake in millions. I would go so far as to say, the huge basic salaries will make sure the smart money never finds it way to PRIM
murphy2000
23/10/2020
12:21
PRIM now worth less than its 20m GGP shares.
tyranosaurus
21/10/2020
11:58
Encouraging news from Truspinehttps://investors.truspine.org/investors/announcements/archive/2020/211020
timbo
17/10/2020
08:26
I think everyone would agree that GGP was a fantastic investment. However, it is the only part of the PRIM portfolio that has performed. No significant exit or uplift on any of the other positions. One successful investment does not justify directors remuneration of £323k. In addition the administrative costs are £591k. What is the total portfolio worth - £9-10m? You can't have admin + director costs being 9-10% of that when all they are doing is holding investments. It's a tiny portfolio and should have tiny costs against it. Unless I'm missing some staggering outperformance somewhere?
gb904150
17/10/2020
07:57
Board invested in GGP at a fraction of today's price. Massive outperformance. Salaries are a tiny fraction of the gain on that investment. what chance new mob can perform as well?
medusala
14/10/2020
08:51
I would hope so. I believe our company’s directors remuneration is outlandish. Not only do we need no more than two directors, those directors should take a cut in their pay.....
b00mb0y
13/10/2020
20:25
He's still in here just quieter for the moment...You'll be able to tell if he isn't in here anymore as he will need to issue an RNS. PRIM's AGM tomorrow I believe. I don't think that would have happened without Dana's intervention. Incidentally, how did you use your vote b00mb0y? Will we lose a director tomorrow?
timbo
13/10/2020
19:49
What has happened to danawinner? Upped and gone.... pump and dump!
b00mb0y
13/10/2020
14:17
Yeah board only made what ? 10 and bit bagger ?How shoddy. INDEX tracking FTSE fund would be better bet ?
medusala
05/10/2020
11:49
Just catching up here. So... PRIM sell GGP at a price which lets be honest, could have been better. They use this cash to invest in Zuuse "Alastair Clayton is a long term shareholder in Zuuse and post Transaction would have a shareholding of circa 1.4% of the fully diluted enlarged issued capital of Zuuse." *as per latest RNS* Interesting and not sure I like it, BUT, maybe he knows more about Zuuse and its potential.
jimbobaroony
01/10/2020
14:07
Kept as cash and some used for running expenses. If they've got back just under £900k from the 6M GGP sale then about £200k is still needed for this Zuuse investment so that's come from existing cash.
timbo
01/10/2020
13:33
What did PRIM do with the £1m from the previous GGP sale ?
tyranosaurus
01/10/2020
13:29
They must have thought that the deal being down with Zuuse was so good it was worth taking some GGP off the table. In October 2018 they invested 500,000 AUD in Zuuse. About a year later they got all the cash back, 57,205 shares (valued at 1 AUD each after last capital raise) and 1 million options at 0.5 AUD exercise price.Their only regret was they didn't have more funds available to invest at the time..So, time will tell whether this is better than keeping the money in GGP
timbo
01/10/2020
13:10
What do you mean paid off? The three new directors are going through due diligence which will result in Donald Strang's resignation. AGM vote this month likely to result in Julian Taylor-Firth not being re-elected. So, only AC left from the 3 musketeers. If salaries brought to heel then the expense and disruption of an EGM has been avoided...
timbo
01/10/2020
12:39
Not sure why they sold at 15p when the recent high was c.26p ffs! Let's hope they put some in OMI which could do a mini-GGP DYOR.....
qs99
01/10/2020
12:12
no wonder Labrum wanted an EGM...the company needs sorting! was he paid off to keep quiet
johncasey
01/10/2020
11:51
Oh dear. What have they done? So much for holding on to GGP etc etc. The official yet puerile tweets from the company was the last straw for me!
spbcscw
01/10/2020
11:17
thats why he sold enough just to go below the 3%....very suspicious
johncasey
01/10/2020
11:16
68,000,000 shares in alba gone missing...where is the proof of sale on the balance sheet?
johncasey
01/10/2020
10:56
John, a crook - based on what ? Someone on the LSE board has given a very thorough assessment of the situation and believes a good deal has been done.
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