Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tarsus Grp. LSE:TRS London Ordinary Share JE00B3DG9318 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +9.00p +3.52% 264.75p 257.00p 265.00p 265.00p 259.00p 259.25p 235,703.00 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 86.9 19.1 14.4 18.4 298.58

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/11/2016
10:37
Solid update this morning...
jockthescot
12/10/2016
06:39
Yes, should under pun the shares.
battlebus2
12/10/2016
06:37
Nice update this morning....
jockthescot
17/5/2016
11:19
And long may it continue.
miti 1000
16/5/2016
17:53
It's been a good run of late for Tarsus.
battlebus2
09/12/2015
12:48
So there you have it.
runeclerk
24/11/2015
13:26
Whats happening in Turkey
dlku
07/9/2015
08:16
Well he's certainly brought Tarsus to the attention of a few other investors.
battlebus2
06/9/2015
07:35
Tarsus has always had the same sort of balance sheet, although it does look a little more over extended even for them. I'm not sure how this plays out in terms of risk or valuation, i will have to give it some further thought. John Lee appears to know what he is doing but i have looked at them several times and i have always decided against buying.
spooky
05/9/2015
09:09
I wouldn't go as far as saying that spooky, with Tarsus you have to use a different approach. Imv anyway.
battlebus2
05/9/2015
09:04
I see that John Lee has bought these, obviously he is not particularly interested in balance sheets.
spooky
11/8/2015
14:19
whilst I like the forward growth potential, I am worried about [a] NAV is only 22p and [b] net debt is 157 %. They have also bought both AMB and PAINWeek for cash. Any market weakness will have nothing to stop a major collapse in the SP>
puku
05/8/2015
17:07
Notification of Transaction by Director Tarsus announces that it was notified today that on 4 August 2015, a SIPP managed on behalf of Douglas Emslie, Group Managing Director, purchased 3,167 ordinary shares of 5p each ("Shares") of the Company at a price of 219p per share. Douglas Emslie's beneficial interest in Tarsus Shares now totals 1,119,220 Shares, representing approximately 1.1 per cent of the issued ordinary share capital of the Company.
battlebus2
29/7/2015
07:03
Results out... Financial highlights Financial highlights - six months to 30 June ----------------------------------------------------- 2015 2014 2013 ----------------------------- ------ ------ ------ Revenue (GBP'm) 34.0 23.1 26.0 ----------------------------- ------ ------ ------ Adjusted profit before tax* (GBP'm) 5.5 3.0 3.9 ----------------------------- ------ ------ ------ Profit/ (loss) before tax (GBP'm) (1.9) 0.3 0.8 ----------------------------- ------ ------ ------ Adjusted EPS* (p) 3.4 1.5 2.6 ----------------------------- ------ ------ ------ EPS (p) (3.0) (1.1) (0.9) ----------------------------- ------ ------ ------ Operating Cash Flow (GBP'm) 9.5 1.9 8.9 ----------------------------- ------ ------ ------ Interim dividend per share (p) 2.5 2.4 2.3 ----------------------------- ------ ------ ------ -- Sector leading organic revenue up 14% on 2014 as adjusted for biennial exhibitions and acquisitions clearly demonstrates delivery of our Quickening the Pace Strategy -- Record adjusted profit before tax* and adjusted EPS up 39% and 31% respectively over the biennial cycle -- Interim dividend up 4% to 2.5p (2014: 2.4p) Operational highlights -- Strong performance from Emerging Markets o Asansor and Komatek (Turkey) performed well -- Visitor growth across portfolio of 9% -- Launches of two brand replications in Mexico - GESS and Industrial Print Expo Strategic highlights -- Strategic repositioning of portfolio complete o Disposal of French business (July 2015) -- Acquisition of PAINWeek in US adding final pillar to the Group's preventative medicine portfolio -- Acquisition of AMB doubles South East Asia portfolio -- Banking facilities increased to GBP75m and extended to 2020 Outlook -- Forward bookings currently 15% ahead of 2014 (adjusted for biennial exhibitions) -- Promising outlook for larger events in second half, including Labelexpo Europe and Dubai Airshow -- Turkey and Medical divisions in line with expectations -- Group remains confident of delivering a strong performance in 2015 Douglas Emslie, Group Managing Director, said: "Our record trading performance in the first half was very encouraging and we also made further strategic progress with our replications in Emerging Markets. The investment in our portfolio has resulted in sector leading organic revenue and visitor growth. "The execution of our strategy gathered pace recently with acquisitions of PAINWeek and AMB and the agreement to dispose of our French business. "Revenues for the year as a whole are heavily second-half weighted owing to the timing of the Group's larger exhibitions. Bookings overall are 15% ahead adjusting for biennials. Prospects for our two largest events in the second half - Labelexpo Europe and the Dubai Airshow - are encouraging. The Group is increasingly confident of delivering a strong result for the year as a whole."
battlebus2
06/7/2015
06:17
AMB Group Joint Venture - Building Scale in South East Asia Tarsus Group plc (LSE: TRS, "Tarsus" or the "Group"), the international business-to-business media group, today announces that it has further strengthened its portfolio and growth prospects in South East Asia by acquiring 50% of the AMB Group via a joint venture vehicle AMB Tarsus Exhibitions Sdn. Bhd. ("AMBT") from Andrew Siow and Richard Yew (the "Vendors") (the "Acquisition"). Established in 1996, the AMB Group is a major South-East Asian exhibition organiser with a major presence in Myanmar and Cambodia and a growing business in the region. It has built up a portfolio of market leading exhibitions and conferences in some of Tarsus' key strategic sectors with the largest focused on building, infrastructure, automotive and food processing. AMB Group has enjoyed strong growth in recent years, driven by the establishment of leading events in Myanmar and Cambodia - MyanFood and Cambuild respectively. The partnership adds significant scale and presence across South East Asia, building on Tarsus' existing successful assets in Indonesia - PT Infrastructure Asia and the replication of two Tarsus brands, GESS Indonesia and Table and Home Indonesia. Tarsus intends to scale up AMBT's existing events and launch new exhibitions in its existing markets. As part of its accelerated replication program Tarsus also expects to be able to introduce a number of its leading brands into AMBT's markets of Malaysia, Myanmar and Cambodia. Tarsus will also assist AMBT to access Indonesia by utilising the Group's existing infrastructure in that market. Acquisition highlights -- The Vendors, who have over 30 years' experience in the exhibition industry, will continue to manage the business after acquisition. -- The acquisition of 50% of AMBT is for an estimated payment of $13 million (approx. GBP9 million) in cash of which $4.1 million (approx. GBP2.6 million) is payable on completion of the Acquisition with a further $4.1 million payable in January 2016 and deferred payments linked to the performance of the business up to the end of 2017. The total consideration for the initial 50% is capped at $20 million (approx. GBP12.8 million). -- For the year ended 28 February 2015, AMB Group recorded unaudited profit before tax of approximately $2.2 million (approx. GBP1.4 million) and unaudited gross assets of $2.9 million (GBP1.8 million). -- The consideration will be met from existing financial resources. To provide additional headroom the Group has increased its bank facilities to GBP75m (from GBP60m) and extended the term of the facilities out to July 2020. The other commercial terms of the bank facilities are unchanged. -- The Acquisition is expected to be earnings accretive in the financial year ending 31 December 2015 and thereafter. -- There is a put and call option in respect of the Vendor's remaining 50% stake in AMBT (the "Remaining Stake"). The Vendors will be permitted to sell the Remaining Stake to Tarsus in the event of a sale of at least 50.1% of Tarsus ordinary shares of 5p each collectively held (either directly or beneficially) by both Neville Buch, Chairman and Douglas Emslie, Group Managing Director as at the date of completion. In this circumstance the Vendors may sell their Remaining Stake to Tarsus for a maximum consideration of $25m (approx. GBP16.1 million) in cash determined in reference to the profit of AMBT in the financial year (31 December) immediately preceding exercise of the option. Douglas Emslie, Tarsus Group Managing Director said: "AMBT is an excellent strategic acquisition and allows Tarsus to build scale in South East Asia with an entrepreneurial partner. Many of the ASEAN economies are growing strongly and the AMBT joint venture will offer us first-mover advantage in some key sectors in these exciting markets. "I have known Andrew Siow for over 20 years and he and Richard have an excellent track record in launching and developing events in the region. Their expertise will add significant strength and depth to the Group's operations in South East Asia. We expect there to be compelling opportunities to replicate Tarsus' leading brands into AMBT's geographic footprint." Tarsus intends to announce its results for the six months ended 30 June 2015 on 29 July 2015.
battlebus2
26/6/2015
11:27
Good volume today
battlebus2
26/6/2015
08:51
Closing in on the 220p level......
battlebus2
24/6/2015
15:32
Another day on the blue side of the moon :))
battlebus2
23/6/2015
19:44
Slowly but surely moving higher....
battlebus2
18/6/2015
18:48
All to play for in the auction tomorrow
exbroker
18/6/2015
15:28
Another blue day for Tarsus :))
battlebus2
12/6/2015
14:12
Thanks exbroker, slowly moving up from £2 i believe....
battlebus2
10/6/2015
09:35
There is good 2 way flow at around 201, several buyers and sellers, no sign of any trackers yet.
exbroker
10/6/2015
07:30
Looks like we may have found bottom at the £2 mark??
battlebus2
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