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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eight Peaks Group Plc LSE:8PG London Ordinary Share GB00BG86C059 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.25 1.50 3.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
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Eight Peaks Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/9/2020
09:46
It's all going on behind the scenes so I am led to believe.
kemche
18/9/2020
20:16
I think that they have fallen out a tad.
bionicdog
18/9/2020
09:16
Is that the Prof's main man?
maxk
18/9/2020
09:07
Not The Prof !
chinese investor
18/9/2020
09:06
https://www.blockapt.com/team/
chinese investor
18/9/2020
09:04
MCarpenter, Imagine my disappointment when I thought you had found The Prof only to see a picture of a smiling Zafar ! I'm Gutted ! ADD good find by the way !
chinese investor
18/9/2020
08:16
He is herehttps://www.blockapt.com/team/
mcarpenter
02/9/2020
05:56
They seek him here They seek him there They seek him bloody everywhere Is he in heaven? LOL Is he in hell? That damn elusive bellend.
professor cuntox
19/8/2020
21:37
Anyone know what zaf is up to and if there is anything going on with 8pg ?
gottopickapocketortwo
19/8/2020
12:41
Another of my lucky ones !
chinese investor
11/8/2020
19:44
Ayanda Capital: everything about the company that supplied 50 million faulty face masks to the UK - and who is advisor Andrew Mills ? The masks use ear-loop fastenings rather than head loops, which means they may not fit tightly enough ! Fifty millions face masks secured by the government as part of a £252m contract will not be used in the NHS over safety fears. "The masks supplied went through a rigorous technical assurance program and met all the requirements of the technical specifications which were made available online through the government's portal" they said. The news comes as it’s also revealed the deal was formulated by a government trade adviser who also advises the board of Ayanda. But what is Ayanda Capital? And why were they awarded the contract to provide PPE to healthcare workers at such a critical time? Here's everything you need to know. What is Ayanda Capital? Ayanda Capital Limited won the contract to supply face masks to the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) in April. The company describes itself as “a London-based family office focused on a broad investment strategy”, and states on its website that it specialises in “currency trading, offshore property, private equity and trade financing." At the height of the coronavirus pandemic, the awarding of such a high-profile contract to a company with little or no link to the healthcare sector was controversial. Jolyon Maugham QC runs a not-for-profit group seeking a judicial review of many of the government's PPE deals, and said the fact that a £250m PPE contract has gone to "an opaque family fund owned through a tax haven" poses "serious questions about how this Government has gone about procuring protective equipment." "Enormous sums of public money have been dished out on the basis of a highly unusual process that breaks all the normal procurement rules. To protect public funds and to try and prevent further PPE procurement failures, we intend to get answers.” Does Ayanda evade tax ? That's not to mention that Ayanda is ultimately owned through an offshore holding firm based in the tax haven of Mauritius. However, it has disputed any allegations of tax wrongdoing, and told iNews it pays its taxes in the UK. “In response to certain incorrect Twitter coverage, Ayanda Capital Limited is a UK limited liability company that pays its taxes in the United Kingdom," it said. "Ayanda Capital has a large network of trading counterparties globally and was able to assist the Government at short notice in meeting its critical PPE requirements and is proud to have been able to do so.” Who is Andrew Mills ? Then there are the links to the government which raised questions as to the reasoning behind the contract. Andrew Mills - an adviser to the government's Board of Trade chaired by International Trade Secretary Liz Truss - has been listed on LinkedIn as a Senior Board Adviser to Ayanda Capital since March. It's since been revealed that Mills' own company Prospermill secured the capacity of a large Chinese factory, but requested the government hand the contract to Ayanda because it could arrange overseas payments quicker. Mills told the BBC his position played no part in the award of the contract.
chinese investor
07/8/2020
07:18
Looks like old Andrew Mills of VS fame has (allegedly) managed to swindle the taxpayer out of £150m.Such a nice man.https://twitter.com/jolyonmaugham/status/1291244082145177600?s=21
soupdragon55
07/7/2020
12:37
For quite a number of months now, I have personally done very well in the market. My strategy has been as follows: (1) Only pick a share with a market cap in excess of £ 500M, (2) Must have price earnings below 20 and must pay a dividend, (3) Must have been recent good news reason why the share, in my view, is fairly cheap, and (4) Must not be on the short tracker. In my view, sticking to the same old share in an emotional manner and not looking out to the massive amount that is going on elsewhere in the world is a mistake. Sage advice!
kemche
07/7/2020
12:23
Virtualstock have just created 1,700,000 new shares at £2.12 each. That's fairly desperate.
chinese investor
07/7/2020
12:08
Please note that Eight Peaks Group Ltd has given notice to withdraw from the Asset Match platform and therefore this will be the last auction in the shares.
chinese investor
03/7/2020
17:11
You are so wrong. I don't have an ugly daughter. I've got two. So there.
professor pettigrew 2
28/5/2020
08:28
Talk about a wasted opportunity! bionicdog (filtered)
professor knobhead
28/5/2020
07:39
I saw him using the pedestrian crossing near Cedar Road a few months ago. I was coming back from B&Q. To be honest , I could have ran him over , but feared scratching the Aston. Do I have to isolate?
bionicdog
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