Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Savile Hldg LSE:SAVH London Ordinary Share GB0008480732 ORD 3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 19.88p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

Savile Hldg Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/5/2008
13:14
The board of the Company announces that the Company has changed its name to Savile Group Plc. The Company's new Stock Exchange symbol is "SAVG".
cambium
19/5/2008
09:46
maybe i have just sold 25k
ntv
16/5/2008
08:48
Is there going to be any further director buys this week?
cambium
13/5/2008
06:30
there is no stock around ,anything moves the price
ntv
09/5/2008
14:09
Jo Bond used to work for Manpower and has great connections
cambium
09/5/2008
13:04
LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Consultancy company Savile Holdings Plc., formerly Fairplace Plc., said director Jo Bond has bought an initial 25,000 shares in the company at 20.0 pence each, and now holds 0.17 percent of the issued share capital.
cambium
07/5/2008
21:52
no happy with my tuppence here
cambium
06/5/2008
08:47
you tell us cambium,you,ve got a big order in then?!
ntv
06/5/2008
08:15
are we going to see 20p broken this week
cambium
29/4/2008
21:24
Yes, that's why they have had such a hard time over the last five years. Now is time for the business to roll-in. Pity they also went into recruitment as well!...lol!
topvest
28/4/2008
21:49
lol a business that is going to be busy!,one of only a few
ntv
28/4/2008
21:12
Maybe a few investment bankers are boosting their outplacement service. I supsect that the good times are going to roll for this side of the business soon - very counter cyclical!
topvest
28/4/2008
13:34
more buying great
cambium
28/4/2008
08:04
not so sure about that we wanted to pick up some more further down
ntv
25/4/2008
19:57
Looking good again!
topvest
25/4/2008
13:21
Background on IDDAS Jonathan Cohen and David Stewart founded IDDAS in 2002. IDDAS offers a range of transition mentoring and other career advisory services to senior executives of FTSE and unlisted companies, and partners of professional firms. The business, which is based in the West End of London, has as its Chairman, Lord Freeman, and employs a team of 4 full time and 3 part-time staff. In addition, IDDAS has over 25 associates who are involved in client assignments on a project by project basis. These mentors include Elizabeth Filkin, former Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, Sir Nicholas Montagu, former Chairman of the Inland Revenue, Martin Smith, Deputy Chairman of New Star Asset Management and Christopher Leslie, a partner in Zygos Limited. The IDDAS Legal Panel members are Janet Gaymer CBE, former Senior Partner of Simmons & Simmons, Terence Kyle, former Managing Partner of Linklaters and Francis Neate, former Chairman of the International Bar Association. IDDAS has a broad, blue chip and expanding client base and the turnover in its financial year ended 30 September 2007 amounted to £614,805 generating a pre tax loss of £11,015 (after directors' remuneration of £310,217 including national insurance). At 30 September 2007 IDDAS had net tangible assets amounting to £282,890 (including cash deposits of £269,621). In the 4 months to 31 January 2008, turnover and profits were £204,233 and £30,446 respectively. Net assets as at 31 January 2008 were £313,336. These figures are unaudited. Reasons for the acquisition The Board (other than Jonathan Cohen, who is interested in the transaction) believes that the Acquisition will provide significant benefits and opportunities to the enlarged Savile Group including: * a broader and stronger product offering targeted at the senior executive and professional market; * a blue chip client base; * access to a strong and experienced team of associates; and * a presence in the West End of London. The Board further believes the Acquisition will strengthen the Savile platform, generate additional revenue opportunities, synergies and economies of scale leading to improved profitability for the Group. In addition, IDDAS has net tangible assets, comprising mainly cash on deposit that will strengthen the Savile Group balance sheet and provide additional working capital for the enlarged and expanding Group.
cambium
25/4/2008
12:38
got a few for now
cambium
10/4/2008
19:54
I agree NTV - well placed to benefit on the outplacement side with all these bankers being laid off + there is the prospect of some interesting further deals.
topvest
10/4/2008
17:33
i have bought back recently,interesting little company
ntv
20/3/2008
19:47
Surprised at the reaction here of late: - Interims were encouraging, given they had £165k of restructuring and £54k of goodwill. - Acquisition is excellent. A profitable third Business Unit bought for cash value. Mixed outlook given the economy, but NAV is close to MV.
topvest
31/1/2008
22:02
I will look at the IOS deal closer - I quite like the concept actually. Hanesh has been looking at this for a while as he was a director of a company called Bombay Restaurants plc at one stage. Market doesn't like it though! HNN is of little interest to me.
topvest
31/1/2008
21:45
good luck with your investment i bought a few ios on the expectation of a deal and a more fairly valued share price got a deal but the mkt thought it was poor and has marked the shares down nearly 30%
ntv
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