PIB’s purchase prices revealed

merger acquisition buy deal strings intertwined

PIB Group delivered Ebitdae of £4m for the year ended 31 December 2017, according to a filing at Companies House.

The profitable figure reversed the £2.5m loss of 2016 which actually covered 13 months due to changes in the reporting timing.

For 2017 turnover soared to £59.7m (2016: £15m) as the consolidator continued its buying spree. Headcount also rose dramatically from 343 to 710.

However the bottom line remained in the red with a loss after tax of £12.3m (2016: £8.1m).


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