PSMMF - Persimmon plc

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34.20
-1.01 (-2.86%)
At close: 10:05AM EST
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Previous close35.21
Open34.20
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range34.20 - 34.20
52-week range34.20 - 37.15
Volume4,000
Avg. volume393
Market capN/A
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Bloomberg20 hours ago

    A $1 Billion Real Estate Bonus Suffers a Small Blow

    The rewards for Persimmon's senior leaders are excessive, even after concessions.

  • Persimmon reins in management bonus scheme after criticism
    Reuters21 hours ago

    Persimmon reins in management bonus scheme after criticism

    The company's chairman and the head of its pay committee quit last year, under fire from British media and some investors for failing to reform the scheme. Excessive corporate pay has attracted public anger since the financial crisis and Prime Minister Theresa May has denounced as irrational and unhealthy the yawning gap between the amounts paid to bosses and average workers. Persimmon, Britain's second-biggest housebuilder, introduced a long-term incentive plan in 2012 that gave share options to management which they are able to sell once the company has returned a set level of cash and dividends to investors.

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 hours ago

    UK builder Persimmon reins in management bonus scheme after criticism

    British housebuilder Persimmon has scaled back potential rewards under its management bonus plan following widespread criticism of a scheme that could have netted bosses more than 200 million pounds ($279 million) from share options. The company's chairman and the head of its pay committee quit last year, under fire from British media and some investors for failing to reform the scheme. Excessive corporate pay has attracted public anger since the financial crisis and Prime Minister Theresa May has denounced as irrational and unhealthy the yawning gap between the amounts paid to bosses and average workers.

  • Persimmon bosses agree £51m cuts to bonuses after outcry
    Sky News22 hours ago

    Persimmon bosses agree £51m cuts to bonuses after outcry

    Executives at housebuilder Persimmon (Frankfurt: 882058 - news) have agreed to £51m worth of cuts to their bonuses after an outcry over the expected bonanza. The construction giant has come under increasing pressure over the plans which would have seen chief executive Jeff Fairburn receive £100m via a share option scheme. Persimmon has come under persistent pressure after the value of the executives' bonuses was seen to have been inflated by the Government's Help To Buy scheme.

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  • Persimmon boss sets up charitable trust after bonus criticism
    Sky News10 days ago

    Persimmon boss sets up charitable trust after bonus criticism

    The chief executive of housebuilder Persimmon (Frankfurt: 882058 - news) has said he will set up a charitable trust to donate to good causes after facing criticism over the size of his bonus. Jeff Fairburn is expected to net over £100m from the firm's incentive plan via a share option scheme. The company's chairman, Nicholas Wrigley, resigned in December amid anger from shareholders who branded the payouts "excessive".

  • So It Turns Out an $800 Million Staff Party Isn't OK
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    So It Turns Out an $800 Million Staff Party Isn't OK

    Wrigley may be leaving Persimmon, but its execs are still going to get very rich.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: KB Home, Lennar, Persimmon, Beazer Homes and Toll Brothers
    Zacks4 months ago

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: KB Home, Lennar, Persimmon, Beazer Homes and Toll Brothers

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  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    UK builder Persimmon posts 30 pct first-half profit rise

    Britain's second biggest housebuilder Persimmon (Frankfurt: 882058 - news) said its first-half pre-tax profits rose 30 percent to 457 million pounds ($589 million) but it would remain cautious over land buying due to uncertainty around Brexit. Persimmon, which built just over 15,100 homes across the country in 2016, said its volumes rose 8 percent to 7,794 units in the first six months of the year and that customer interest in its developments remained strong. The firm said the housing market was still "confident" and its reservation rate had risen 2 percent in recent weeks but it would be prudent about buying land for future building, the biggest cost faced by most builders.

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