PPL's Principal Activity is the provides profile marketing and insights technology services.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||+116.60%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||+114.35%|
|ASX Rank||1,498 of 2,297|
|Sector Rank||41 of 62|
Pureprofile Limited (PPL) is a global data and insights organisation providing online research and digital advertising services for agencies, marketers, researchers and publishers. Pureprofile's vision is to deliver more value from the world's information. Its research division delivers rich insights into real human behaviour and provides the "Why" behind the "What" through ResTech and SaaS solutions. PPL's digital advertising division taps into these rich insights on behalf of advertisers and publishers and executes impactful, targeted digital marketing strategies. PPL build in-depth profiles of consumers via its proprietary and partner panels and give businesses the ability to understand, target, and ultimately engage with their audiences. The Company, founded in 2000 and based in Surry Hills, Australia, now operates in North America, Europe and APAC and has delivered solutions for over 700 clients.
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|Mr Lee Tamplin||Company Secretary||Dec 2020|
|Mr Martin Filz||Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director||Aug 2020||
Mr Martin Filz
Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director
Mr Filz is has experience in the market research industry with particular focus on data. He has held senior executive roles as Managing Director of EMEA & APAC at Research Now (now a part of Dynata) and CEO of EMEA / APAC at Kantar-owned, Lightspeed GMI. Mr Filz is currently the Managing Director and Chief Revenue Officer of Eureka AI, a business intelligence platform.
|Ms Susan (Sue) Marie Klose||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2018||
Ms Susan (Sue) Marie Klose
Ms Klose is an experienced executive, board director and team leader, with a diverse background in digital business growth, corporate development, strategy and marketing. Previously the Chief Marketing Officer of GraysOnline, Sue was responsible for brand strategy, marketing operations and digital product strategy. In prior roles in consulting and global media companies, including 12WBT and News Ltd, Sue has led strategic planning and development and is passionate about helping teams continually seek new opportunities for growth and innovation. As Director of Digital Corporate Development for News Ltd, Sue screened hundreds of potential investments, leading multiple acquisitions, establishing the CareerOne and Carsguide joint ventures, and holding multiple board roles in high-growth digital and SaaS business.
|Mr Andrew Gwyn Edwards||Executive Chairman,Executive Director||Jul 2018||
Mr Andrew Gwyn Edwards
Executive Chairman,Executive Director
Mr Edwards has more than 30 years of marketing experience behind him. Most recently, he was Chairman and CEO of internationally-renowned advertising and marketing agency Leo Burnett Group UK and President of Leo Burnett Central Europe. Andrew joined Leo Burnett as the Global Discipline Lead for DM and CRM of Arc in 2003 and was soon promoted to Managing Director of Leo Burnett Sydney, incorporating Arc. During his tenure, the agency topped the new business league, and in September 2005, Leo Burnett/Arc was voted Australia's number one agency. For over 10 years, Andrew was appointed to several senior roles within the company, including President of Arc for the EMEA region, Chairman of Arc UK and Deputy Chairman of the Leo Burnett Group London, before becoming CEO of the UK Group in November 2007 and Chairman in December 2010. Andrew was a member of the Global Executive Board and was tasked to drive Leo Burnett's Global Strategy for Social and Mobile and Acquisitions in EMEA. Prior to his roles for Leo Burnett and Arc. Andrew ran Australia's most-awarded Database and Direct Marketing company, Cartwright Williams. Andrew now focuses his time on his growing portfolio of business interests.
PPL directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
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|01/04/21||Martin Filz||Issued||9,875,000||$0.025||$246,875||Issue of securities|
|01/04/21||Martin Filz||Issued||32,867,707||$0.025||$821,692||Issue of securities|
|01/04/21||Susan (Sue) Klose||Issued||2,000,000||$0.025||$50,000||Issue of securities|
|01/04/21||Susan (Sue) Klose||Issued||1,750,000||$0.025||$43,750||Issue of securities|
|01/04/21||Andrew Edwards||Issued||4,930,156||$0.025||$123,253||Issue of securities|
|01/04/21||Andrew Edwards||Issued||14,000,000||$0.025||$350,000||Issue of securities|
|30/12/20||Martin Filz||Buy||+375,000||$0.02||$7,500||On-market trade|
|24/11/20||Andrew Edwards||Issued||6,266,664||$0.02||$125,333||Rights issue|
|24/11/20||Andrew Edwards||Issued||1,610,864||$0.02||$32,217||Rights issue|
The current holdings of PPL directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Susan (Sue) Klose||01/04/2021||0||N/A||2,000,000||N/A|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held through multiple entities, so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
Shareholding changes less than 1% do not require notification to the market. When all “Last Notice” dates are identical, it suggests that no (or minimal) change has occurred since the most recent Annual Report.
|Name||Last Notice||Total Shares||Shares Held (%)|
|Paul Augustine Chan||30/09/2020||6,202,090||5.28|
|John Darryl May||30/09/2020||6,883,031||5.86|
|Principis Master Fund SPC||08/12/2020||210,353,994||19.89|
|Jencay Capital Pty Limited||23/07/2021||88,823,601||8.39|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|23-07-21||Jencay Capital Pty Limited||11,535,238||7.31||8.39|
|30-06-21||Jencay Capital Pty Limited||11,717,838||6.20||7.31|
|18-06-21||Jencay Capital Pty Limited||11,561,677||5.11||6.20|
|07-06-21||Jencay Capital Pty Limited||54,008,848||--||5.11|
|08-12-20||Principis Master Fund SPC||210,353,994||--||19.89|
|09-11-20||Macquarie Group Limited and its controlled bodies||6,298,211||--||5.35|
|31-07-20||Credit Suisse Holdings (Australia) Limited||6,330,479||--||5.39|
|31-07-20||Hirsch Financial Pty Ltd||12,491,682||--||10.62|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|24-11-20||Macquarie Group Limited and its controlled bodies||6,298,211||5.35||--|
|05-08-20||EFM Global Growth Cayman Feeder Fund||23,450,000||19.95||--|
|04-08-20||Credit Suisse Holdings (Australia) Limited||6,330,479||5.39||--|
|31-07-20||FMG Holdings Pty Ltd||6,268,139||5.33||--|
|31-07-20||Hirsch Financial Pty Ltd||12,491,682||10.62||--|
|Year||Closing Price||Last Trade|
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