Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tarsus Group 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 306.00p 304.00p 309.00p - - - 0 05:30:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 117.7 27.9 21.5 14.2 347.27

Tarsus Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/3/2018
15:47
Yes , surely good value around 300p with dividend to come shortly , and trading ahead of last year.
its the oxman
04/3/2018
21:52
This looks quite cheap even adjusting for debt. Low teens multiple for a good compounder. Any ideas why? Risks?
solooiler
01/2/2018
22:41
Turns out Charles Stanley Direct did as well - I crosschecked the declared dividend against the ISA receipt.
bscuit
01/2/2018
20:48
AJ Bell process it gross.
jockthescot
01/2/2018
18:02
Reply to my question about withholding tax from TRS. There is indeed an automatic DWT chargeable on all payments. However, if the broker is in the UK the broker would usually register their UK residency with the Registrar and DWT would not be applied - the dividend would be received gross. However it is up to Barclays to do this. So I have messaged Barclays and they are investigating. The strange thing is that they did pay the July 17 dividend payment gross - without any DWT. So presumably they already have the correct registration with the Registrar????
macc2
31/1/2018
15:01
Ditto - feel stupid I have held for 10 years!
bscuit
31/1/2018
14:15
Thanks grahamburn. I have emailed the company to ask about the about the dividend access plan.
macc2
30/1/2018
15:21
It sounds like you haven't joined the company's Dividend Access Plan so have been subject to the Irish Withholding Tax. Tarsus is resident in Ireland for tax purposes; hence the deduction. The Dividend Access Plan (forms available from the Registrar, I believe, though after these shares were purchased awhile back the form was sent automatically) enables the dividend to be paid through a UK entity and paid gross. Couldn't find anything specific on the company's website, but did find the following buried in the last Scrip Dividend documentation which does provide some information on the technicalities: _______________________ Credit for Irish Dividend Withholding Tax No Irish DWT should be withheld from dividends paid to UK tax resident Shareholders (whether an individual or corporate shareholder) if the appropriate declaration has been lodged with the Registrar’s Irish office prior to the dividend record date.... If a declaration is not, or cannot be, made and Irish DWT is withheld from such dividends, HMRC will generally give credit for any Irish DWT withheld from the payment of a dividend and not recoverable from the Irish tax authorities against UK income tax payable by Shareholders in respect of the dividend. ______________________ Probably worth asking Barclays about this as there may be difficulties with certain nominee accounts. Hope this helps.
grahamburn
29/1/2018
17:34
Re the Tarsus dividend paid on 12th Jan. Barclays only paid me 80% of the dividend. Anybody else in the same situation?
macc2
14/12/2017
12:52
You are not alone. It would seem to me that the stocks with the fewest followers on ADVFN actually seem to do better than a lot with crowds following. So let's continue to hope this stays quiet! JB9
julesb9
27/10/2017
23:15
No posts for nearly a year! Am I on my own here?
bscuit
22/11/2016
10:37
Solid update this morning...
jockthescot
12/10/2016
07:39
Yes, should under pun the shares.
battlebus2
12/10/2016
07:37
Nice update this morning....
jockthescot
17/5/2016
12:19
And long may it continue.
miti 1000
16/5/2016
18:53
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
09:16
Well he's certainly brought Tarsus to the attention of a few other investors.
battlebus2
06/9/2015
08:35
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
10:09
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
10:04
I see that John Lee has bought these, obviously he is not particularly interested in balance sheets.
spooky
11/8/2015
15:19
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
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