The key dates relevant to the development of the Company are:
2017 to date
April – cancellation of admission of the Company's ordinary shares for trading on AIM.
July – compulsory partial redemption of 22,531,399 shares completed for £11.5 million and, as a result, the Company’s issued share capital was reduced to 227,655 shares.
April – disposal of three remaining German care homes operated by Marseille Kliniken for an aggregate gross price of €10 million.
February – sale of Brakel care home for a gross price of €3 million.
Compulsory partial redemptions of 67,454,020 and 15,172,643 shares effected in April and October respectively returning an aggregate of £21.6 million to shareholders.
Sale of all remaining UK companies, businesses and assets to the UK tenant based on a cash free debt free valuation of £34.5 million. Huttenstrasse care home in Germany sold for a gross consideration of €5.4 million.
Disposal of a German partnership, which owned two care homes in Langen and Luzerath, for a gross consideration of €13.4 million.
Completed a 36 month £8.5 million and a 28 month £9.0 million debt refinancing secured against some of the UK assets.
Sale of approximately two thirds of the assets held in the UK in a non-cash transaction in exchange for a 20% equity stake in the parent company of the UK tenant.
Sale of sole investment property in Switzerland, US investment property portfolio and two investment properties in Germany.
Completed a €17.5 million seven year refinancing with Corealcredit Bank AG.
Refinance $23 million of debt financing secured against the US assets with a new 10 year debt facility of $19 million non-recourse to PSPI and $4 million bridge loan which was repaid in December 2011.
Refinance £11.5 million of debt secured against four investment properties in the UK; proceeds used to repay $4 million bridge loan.
Entry into a senior loan agreement with CorealCredit Bank AG to provide senior debt of €18 million on a fixed interest rate, repayable in March 2013.
The Group borrows €8 million from a bank in
First capital expenditure project is commenced to join two
Three care homes located on one site in
Six care homes are acquired in
Second UK capital expenditure project commences in Brandon, near Durham, involving the demolition of the existing 23 bed converted nursing home and the construction of a purpose built 46 bed care home, due for completion in April 2010 at a budgeted project cost of £2.6 million.
Meritus Group takes over the leases of the three properties located in Wiefelstede.
Placing of 27,333,333 existing and 22,666,667 new shares of PSPI and admission of PSPI's shares to trading on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange, raising net proceeds for PSPI of approximately £30 million. The USI group retains a 25% shareholding in the enlarged group.
The USI Group was founded by Dr iur Victor Lanfranconi in 1988 when the properties comprising PSPI’s
The Group enters into a senior debt facility for £83 million with £39 million being used to refinance existing facilities £24 million used to acquire the Stonelea portfolio leaving £20 million unutilised credit available to the Group.
Two nursing and residential care homes are acquired in
A mezzanine loan of £2.75 million is advanced to the Esquire Group for partial funding of the latter’s acquisition of 4 freehold care homes and 1 leasehold care home, all located in Scotland. This loan is repaid in 2007.
The Wellcare Group consisting of 9 nursing and residential care homes, a school and resource centre and an assisted living business in the
12 other nursing and residential care homes in the
The USI Group raises additional cash through the issue of shares and conversion of minority holdings and mezzanine debt into equity prior to a reverse merger with Regedo Holdings AG, a Swiss company listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange. As a result, the Group’s shares became listed.
2001 - 2003
15 nursing and residential care homes in the
The Etzelgut care home in
The master lease with USPS is extended for a further 13 years to 2022.
10 year master lease is executed by the USPS covering 140
140 US post office facilities acquired and leased to the US Postal Service (“USPS”).