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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.10 2.56% 4.00 318,484 10:04:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.80 4.20 4.00 3.90 3.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 0.01 4.62 2.98 1.3 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:16:47 O 1,000 3.8275 GBX

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Primorus Investments Daily Update: Primorus Investments Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PRIM. The last closing price for Primorus Investments was 3.90p.
Primorus Investments Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.80p and a 12 week average price of 3.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.23p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.10p.
There are currently 139,830,968 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 476,329 shares. The market capitalisation of Primorus Investments Plc is £5,593,238.72.
timbo: >>chutes01 - I understand not much seems to have been happening above the surface but we're hardly handcuffed in PRIM. You could argue the holders of MUST are the ones in cuffs as MUST is suspended. Any holders in PRIM can exit if they want and it looks like some probably have over the last 4 months or so. Yes, the MUST/Cellcube deal wasn't easy to understand but it looked like PRIM had safeguards in place holding CLN's over MUST. I don't think anybody expected the legal action against Bushveld that has made things a bit more complicated again. But that's the only "complex" deal over the last few months surely. The big thing our 3 current flagship investments (Zuuse, Fresho and Engage) have in common is that they're cloud-based and growing fast. That model is hugely scalable and subscription-based. If you want to see mature cloud-based businesses look no further than Xero's growth from New Zealand to worldwide (www.xero.com/uk/about) or Salesforce in the US now global (www.salesforceben.com/salesforce-history). I'm not saying our 3 amigos will ever reach such dizzy heights but, so far, considering the dent the last 18 months have put in most business plans they've done well.
cwa1: 15 September 2021 Primorus Investments PLC Exercise of Options in Zuuse Limited Primorus Investments PLC (the "Company"), the AIM listed investment company, is pleased to provide the following update regarding options held in one of its investee companies, Zuuse Limited ("Zuuse"). Zuuse is a Melbourne-based construction software vendor with operations in the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand. Following participation in an investment round in late 2020, Primorus held 2,057,205 ordinary shares in Zuuse along with 1,000,000 options with an exercise price of A$0.50 per option (the "Options"). The Company has now exercised the Options for total consideration of A$500,000 (approximately GBP265,000). Following the exercise, the Company will hold 3,065,058 shares in Zuuse representing approximately 2.42 per cent. of Zuuse's issued share capital. Zuuse performed well during the first half of 2021, with the revenue run-rate increasing to over A$20m at June 2021. This represented an annualised growth rate of 48% for the first half of 2021. In the year ended 31 December 2020, Zuuse reported turnover of A$17,995,000 and made a loss after tax of A$2,999,000. Geoff Tarrant Executive Chairman of Zuuse said "We appreciate the continuing support of the Primorus team and remain optimistic on the outlook for our global business in 2022."
mallorca 9: It's purely been down to poor sentiment re MUST. If the MUST deal does not proceed by end Dec then Prim activates a share conversion. This is currently way way undervalued and represents an opportunity to buy in at a level that may never be repeated. RL himself recently added 1m shares - paying up to 4.6p , and the directors Share Option scheme allows then to buy up to 3m shares each at 4.1p ... in stages when the share price reaches 6p, 8p and 10p. I've been adding here. We'll see the 10p hit in 2022.
golden prospect: The PRIM deal 27/4 in MUST did not receive a great welcome, probably due to its complex ownership structure. Since then PRIM share price has been eroded 20% to near 4p, a disproportionate pricing given the portfolio of investments. PRIM prices today show 4 to 4.2p but no online quotes for 4.2p buyers !
golden prospect: I note the RNS today from MUST (re BMN announcement) Fortunately for PRIM investors, the action will be managed by BMN. The MUST deal may not proceed, in which case PRIM will either elect for BMN shares or VRFB Holdings (may be not!) MUST rns 14th July 2021 https://investegate.co.uk/mustang-energy-plc--must-/rns/announcement-by-bushveld-minerals-limited/202107140826122033F/ PRIM rns 27th April 2021 https://investegate.co.uk/primorus-investments--prim-/rns/investment-in-mustang-energy-plc/202104270700066521W/
mallorca 9: I'd expect their shares (MUST) to be out of temporary suspension sometime 1st half May. We will then see where they trade and what the value of Prim's investment is. The Warrants that Prim will also hold in MUST may also become very valuable. It was essential to me that Prim's next investment was in a listed company so that the investment was more liquid than others. This ticks that box nicely. Moving away from MUST ..... Fresho is doing very well ..... we may well see them being floated this year (IPO). That would be great news for Prim. Prim owns 5% of Fresho on a fully diluted basis . It also owns 4% of Engage on a fully diluted basis. I'm very happy to hold Prim. Given that RL recently upped his personal stake in PRIM to 21% of the business, paying up to 4.6p per share, then I feel that today's price is a very good entry / top up point. It also gives me confidence that the stock will not be diluted below that point in any future fund raise.
mallorca 9: Having worked through the recent RNS I have to say that this could be a very very good deal for Prim shareholders. The bottom line is that, once the reverse takeover of MUST is completed and their shares are readmitted for trading, then Prim will be eligible to receive conversion shares and warrants in MUST. Must is listed on the London exchange so this will be a much needed liquid asset. Very clever deal by Prim to gain good exposure to this exciting market segment in a deal which makes maximum use of their available funds. Once shares in the enlarged MUST are readmitted for trading I expect to see them rise very sharply from their previous price - with the value of Prim's investment rising sharply too. Mustang Energy is a special purpose acquisition company. It's biggest shareholder is Acacia Holdings. Excellent deal.
skyship: Seems fair enough - perfectly happy to provide that incentive for the share targets of 6p, 8p & 10p... Grant of Share Options Primorus (AIM: PRIM) announces the award of 12,000,000 share options ("Share Options"). Each Share Option is exercisable over one ordinary share of GBP0.002 in the capital of the Company (the "Ordinary Shares"). The Share Options represent approximately 8.58 per cent. of the current issued share capital of the Company. On a fully diluted basis, the Share Options represent approximately 7.9 per cent. of the enlarged issued share capital of the Company (assuming the Share Options are exercised in full and no additional Ordinary Shares are issued save for those in connection with such exercise). The Share Options are exercisable at a price of GBP0.041 per Ordinary Share (being the mid-market closing price of the Ordinary Shares on 1 March 2021). One-third of the Share Options shall vest when the mid-market closing price of the Ordinary Shares ("Closing Price") reaches GBP0.06; one-third of the Share Options shall vest when the Closing Price reaches GBP0.08; and one-third of the Share Options shall vest when the Closing Price reaches GBP0.10. The Share Options are exercisable at any time, following vesting, prior to (and including) the day falling on the fifth anniversary of grant. If an option holder leaves the Company, such option holder shall retain any vested Share Options but any unvested Share Options shall lapse unless otherwise decided by the Board at its absolute discretion. The total options granted over Ordinary Shares to Persons Discharging Managerial Responsibilities within the Company (each being a "PDMR") are detailed below. PDMR Options Exercise Price Lapse Date Rupert Labrum 3,000,000 GBP0.041 1 March 2026 Hedley Clark 3,000,000 GBP0.041 1 March 2026 Matthew Beardmore 3,000,000 GBP0.041 1 March 2026 Simon Holden 3,000,000 GBP0.041 1 March 2026
johncasey: so according to this primorus have a significant stake in Alba..whoppee! happy days! Primorus Sells 49% Stake In Welsh Gold Project To Alba Resources (ALLISS)LONDON (Alliance News) - Primorus Investments PLC said Monday that it has sold its entire 49% ... Alliance News4 December, 2017 | 10:59AMEmail Form LONDON (Alliance News) - Primorus Investments PLC said Monday that it has sold its entire 49% stake in a Welsh gold project to Alba Mineral Resources PLC in an all-share deal worth around GBP317,000. Alba bought Primorus' 49% stake in Gold Mines of Wales Ltd , which own the Clogau gold project in Wales, for 83.3 million shares valued at a total of GBP316,667 based on Alba's closing share price of 0.38 pence per share on Friday. Shares in Alba were up 0.5% Monday at 0.382 pence per share. Alba said a review of the project, located in the Dolgellau gold belt, concluded there is high potential to find un-worked veins containing gold mineralisation of similar grade to known historic mines in the area. Alba said the Dolgellau belt has produced by far the most of any region in the UK historically. The company said the aim is to bring Clogau back into production and make a push into exploring the wider project area. Alba's Executive Chairman George Frangeskides said: "We are delighted to announce that we have secured a significant stake in the Clogau gold project. The project fits squarely within Alba's strategy to identify projects which include former working mines which have both near-mine expansion potential but also have significant exploration upside in the wider project area." Executive Director of Primorus Alastair Clayton commented: "We are pleased to have found a natural home for our minority stake in GMOW and in doing so gained a significant stake in Alba. We believe the project fits well with Alba's portfolio and expertise in directly managing natural resources projects and represents the best execution of our investment mandate for shareholders. "Pleasingly we now have a more readily valued investment in Alba and through this retain some exposure to GMOW over time as well as a portfolio of oil & gas and mining projects." Primorus shares were up 2.9% Monday at 0.180p each. By George Collard; georgecollard@alliancenews.com
appolo1: Didn’t Truspine not long ago IPO and was going to transform prim share price ...
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