Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Management Res LSE:MRS London Ordinary Share GB00B8BL4R23 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 15.125p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 10.9 -1.1 -3.3 - 6.59

Management Res Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/1/2017
17:26
Ironically here in Scotland NED is short for non-educated delinquent ! Why not , all aboard !
gottopickapocketortwo
15/1/2017
10:57
Everything moving in the right direction here. The Appointment of two independent NEDs would be a game changer for this company.
trotterstrading
15/1/2017
10:45
I am confused. Is former CEO, PM, a goodie or a baddie? Just thinking of the accounts
littlemadam
13/1/2017
15:26
He's about 20% I think.Whilst all commodities and many other stocks rise daily.....MRS is stuck in unnecessary suspension, locking in our money. Shameful to keep this held suspended so long.
apfindley
13/1/2017
10:14
Can anyone tell me what prercentage of shares PM control? Also, how do i vote if my shares are held in a TDW nominee account?
littlemadam
12/1/2017
14:48
Always stick with the director who owns a chunk of your company..!!
apfindley
12/1/2017
08:46
Anyone wanting to know more about the characters Murray D'Almeida & Timothy Jones should read up on BHR to see what kind of damage these clowns can do to a company. MRS is profit making and the share price should be at least £1+ on current trading but as long as Murray and Jones remain on the BOD milking the company with their over exuberant salary and expenses the company is at risk of failing and the share price will always struggle. We need these two independent NED's to join the board to protect our investment that's why it's important every shareholder votes in the upcoming EGM.
market master
12/1/2017
06:37
I think it is getting more clear that the shareholders are concerned about the current BOD (two in particular) as to whether they have the shareholders' best interests at heart. It seems that PM realised this too - he must have known ages ago - and has made steps to try to appoint two independent members.
joerog
09/1/2017
14:46
On LSE people are getting too hysterical over this. PM naturally does not trust the BOD. Then again nor do some shareholders! These NED's will provide some reins on the current BOD from doing what they want. The way I see it protects PM interests and shareholders. All this talk of take over I think it's a bit far reached.
nesty1760
09/1/2017
13:07
littlemadam: to ensure that there are 2 independent NEDs on the BoD to look after shareholders' interests.
nigel_s
09/1/2017
13:05
The two new directors being proposed are top quality and are completely independent from Paul the ex CEO! The only reason why he is the one calling the meeting is because he is the only shareholder that has enough shares to do this. Having these two directors on the BOD will be great for MRS!
market master
09/1/2017
12:54
Can anyone tell me what game is afoot here? Do we know or can we guess why former CEO is calling a general meeting?
littlemadam
09/1/2017
11:36
MRS in great shape to hit relist with a bang. First day back will be the definition of volatility but I believe will hit multiples of current share price within a few months so very happy to be holding.
2lb
09/1/2017
11:25
because not everyone it seems reads both :) sorry for offending you.
nigel_s
09/1/2017
10:39
Someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed
inthemix
09/1/2017
09:00
Why put the same post in two different threads within the same company?
lanarkian
08/1/2017
19:27
From MRS website: hxxp://mrsplc.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/161201-FINAL-Investor-Update.pdf "Financial Expectations for FY16 Bachmann – Turnover approximately $26.33m – EBITDA approximately $2.17m SubZero (normalised) – Turnover approximately $63.71m, businesses purchased $43.71 – Operating EBITDA approximately $3.08 Audit work still being finalised, target publication early January 2017. Note: the figures above are unaudited and extracted from the management accounts of the two businesses. The audited accounts to 30 June 2016 will include losses and provisions for the former consulting business plus head office and non-recurring exceptional costs and will not show a contribution from MRS Services Group which was acquired after the year end."
nigel_s
08/1/2017
19:18
From above weblink: "Financial Expectations for FY16 Bachmann – Turnover approximately $26.33m – EBITDA approximately $2.17m SubZero (normalised) – Turnover approximately $63.71m, businesses purchased $43.71 – Operating EBITDA approximately $3.08 Audit work still being finalised, target publication early January 2017. Note: the figures above are unaudited and extracted from the management accounts of the two businesses. The audited accounts to 30 June 2016 will include losses and provisions for the former consulting business plus head office and non-recurring exceptional costs and will not show a contribution from MRS Services Group which was acquired after the year end."
nigel_s
08/1/2017
16:28
hxxp://mrsplc.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/161201-FINAL-Investor-Update.pdf
smudgedan
30/12/2016
14:30
Well, no surprise there then. They came over to try and gather support for a resolution to issue more shares, coupled that with announcements of how things were going so well that the authority to issue more shares was a mere academic exercise/contingency but that there was no need so to do. Complete and utter hogwash. Now that the resolution has been voted down, they again suggest things are rather grim, financial clarity is lacking and that further updates will be made in due course. Well, think about it chaps, this is as plain as they come... Take the RNS on the 16th, which made it clear that: "However, it has become apparent through the audit process, which is now nearly complete" Well, by that time they had available all material necessary to undertake the audit, and now, with the resolutions voted against, suddenly the audit is not nearly complete but "more difficult than anticipated". Here is what they indicated on the 16th re trading of the Group as a whole: "the board is very pleased with progress within the continuing businesses of the group" Now, this is what I anticipate will come from the next RNS: They will I suspect suggest that due to complications unearthed post the announcement of the 16th, there is a severe cash constraint, the impact of which if not resolved will render the group insolvent. However, this can be remedied by shareholders approving further dilution by way of issuing equity. Shareholders will think, well, there is no option so we might as well vote for it. As I indicated several weeks ago, the current Board is not fit for purpose. The only reasonable pathway for shareholders is to boot out the existing Exec Board (and especially Almeida) and replace with someone more likely to deliver. The bottom line is they never got what they wanted, and are now again seeking to issue more equity and providing reasons for the same. It is inconceivable that the audit was all but complete two weeks ago just prior to the vote but is now rendered rather complex and absent key material. You could not make it up..
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