Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Maistro Plc LSE:MAIS London Ordinary Share GB00B8DX2616 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.20 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.15 0.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.18 -2.40 -1.57 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.20 GBX

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Maistro Daily Update: Maistro Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MAIS. The last closing price for Maistro was 0.20p.
Maistro Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 307,105,816 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Maistro Plc is £614,211.63.
tomboyb: I've had a share at 90% below NAV delisted because it refused to put out its results in collusion with it Nomad - Never heard from them again -
barnetpeter: Yes I hold some from the 1p level and I added a few at 0.2. No point in selling at this level; wait and see. I remember Content film going private and an offer of 1p being made a couple of years later....way above the price I had paid so not all is lost. A US based firm paid out a 600% premium but there again I remember a real con just after a delisting where we got half the price
gostaa: MAIS shareholder action group has been set up by a poster under the name of "Itisagame". Please see below for his original post which appeared on the LSE earlier today: I have set up At this stage i am only trying to get a better idea on where we stand, i only need the number of shares that you own and intend to use to vote against delisting, i am not saying to buy, sell, trade, or persuade you to vote for or against. If you are a current shareholder and intend to vote against the delisting you can send an email to and i will add the number of shares that you hold and will use to vote against the delisting to an excel sheet. To delist the company they need 75% of the shareholder votes that are made at the GM. To keep the listing we need 25% of the shareholder votes that are made at the GM. Assuming that it is only the directors and Charles Street that see the benefit of delisting the company with their indicated 229,276,206 shares then we need around 60m shares in aggregate to vote against the board and secure the listing. In the event that the board or Charles Street attempt to buy stock in the open market to force their way then we could need a combined 101m shares to vote against them, this would guarantee a minimum of a 25% vote against the motion in any event. Once we know how many shares we have in total we should have a better idea on how this vote might unfold and the possibility of stopping the vote beforehand.
barnetpeter: Yes an absolute disgrace. Are the major shareholders trying to take the company on the cheap or what? A couple of delisted have worked out ok for me but the last one...the company received a huge order and remaining shareholders were then bought out for a pittance by the majority holder having got some toady broker to sign to say it was a "fair and reasonable" price
annaq: Mais have been developing their tech for years. With Globality opening offices in London the smart play would be to just buy Mais now while the price is ridiculously low. Their revenues have been increasing since the new team came in and are just targeting big corp. It would make Charles Street look smart.
j777j: Apparently Softbanks $100 million investment in Globality values it at $1 billion.Maistro rather cheap then with mkt cap around £5 million.$100 Million in Globality?Globality CEO Joel Hyatt.MENLO PARK - SoftBank's Vision Fund has made another big investment, putting $100 million into Globality, a tech company that helps connect multinational companies with the world's best service providers at the right price for every project. This new investment brings Globality's total funding to $172 million since being founded just over three years ago.As part of the investment, Jeffrey Housenbold and Ted Fike of SoftBank Investment Advisers will join the company's board.This latest round of capital infusion will help Globality invest in its AI technology, hire more workers in engineering, product, and client teams, and expand its Marketing and Sales programs to drive brand awareness and acquire new enterprise businesses.The Vision Fund is the latest in a growing list of significant names backing Globality, including former Vice President Al Gore; Dennis Nally, former Global Chairman of PwC; Ken Goldman, former Chief Financial Officer of Yahoo; John R. Joyce, former Chief Financial Officer of IBM, and Mark Vorsatz, CEO of Andersen Tax.Through its AI-powered Platform, Globality is bringing digital disruption to procurement of B2B services and revolutionizing the RFP process. Globality efficiently matches companies with service providers that meet their specific needs, cutting the sourcing process from months to hours, and delivering savings of 20% or more for companies.Joel Hyatt, co-founder, chairman and CEO of Globality said:"I'm excited to welcome the SoftBank Vision Fund as the latest investor in Globality. It is a strong vote of confidence in our vision to revolutionize how companies source services. This investment will accelerate our efforts to empower companies to find and select the best service providers at the right price for every project, while enabling greater economic inclusion around the world.Globality's AI technology does away with the antiquated, analog RFP process and instead creates a level playing field that gives all companies, no matter their size or location, an opportunity to compete based on the merits of proven performance, expertise, and passion."Companies looking to source external service providers in various sectors – marketing, consulting, legal, IT, and HR – are guided through Globality's Platform using AI technology.Through a dynamic exchange between the client and the Platform, Globality's AI bot – Glo- uses natural language processing technology to both create and analyze the client's Smart Brief to deliver on the exact needs of any project.Glo sifts through a database of more than 17,000 potential providers in 100 countries spanning more than 600,000 professionals – analyzing millions of data points from a provider's location, culture and work history, right down to the expertise of its individual staff members – to find the best service provider at the right price for every project.Globality's user-friendly Platform allows clients to easily compare the best matches recommended by Glo. Once companies have selected a provider, Glo is able to learn from client feedback how well the provider is performing.Using an AI platform instead of the RFP process saves clients significant time and money through competitive pricing pressure from providers of all sizes anywhere in the world – including the client company's existing suppliers. In one recent project for a Fortune 100 financial institution, the cost was reduced by over 50% as a result of sourcing on the Globality platform.
pre: posted on LSE...that's a big 1 million buy gone through...what's happening?: PlayaBlanca Posts: 1,919 Premium Chat Member Opinion: No Opinion Price: 5.30 RE: BlancaToday 13:16Was when it was still Blur. Rode it from 9's to 26 in about 1.5 hours. Have since watched it's decline but retain a small interest.
packman8: Thanks for starting new thread regarding name change from Blur. Trading update for final quarter was on 8th February last year. Not sure if that was the reason for the increase in price today.
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