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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tavistock Investments Plc LSE:TAVI London Ordinary Share GB00BLNMLS43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.10 1.90 2.30 2.10 2.10 2.10 1,154 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 28.8 -5.7 -1.0 - 13

Tavistock Investments Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/10/2020
09:11
Maybe someone should ask the Chairman for a response and update We are totally in the dark The company is run like a private company The independent non executive directors are not independent Maybe they will put it in "flat pack administration " and steal it off shareholders They have done that before Well Rennison has
markgordon1
08/10/2020
08:30
You raise some big big questions here. I can’t answer any! But I’d certainly like to see any response that would be made.
makeamillion3
08/10/2020
07:33
Hi Mark, This is one of four holdings I have a interest in, as a shareholder and in my SIPP. A Company response?? I’d like that also but it certainly isn’t... getting info or news from Tavi is like blood from a stone. I read an article about Leiper who replaced Chris peel so then looked at performance on various factsheets via google. To be fair I got mixed messages on some of those. I think your right regarding the Ravens, but again, i don’t think the MD has any control of the portfolios. No idea regarding the Price Bailey write down or the loans you mentioned. I read/understood the loans as a ‘loan facility’ available if needed, which was provided by Raven, Cooke and peel. So now I have no idea if those were executed or not or even still available? (I may be completely wrong on that but like I said, that’s how I read it). I was drawn in like many with the constant increase in FUM and expected profits to flow.... Like many, I just want to see an increase in share price and a regular dividend. As you said though, tricky situation.
makeamillion3
08/10/2020
06:55
This reads as a reply from the company.Would you care to comment on the relationship between the two Ravens Also was there an interview process with external candidates Will Ben Raven take Peel role in the media. Peel was quite visible on CNNThat's how I became involved in the fundsI still think the managing director of the asset management business should be suitably qualified and have relevant experience.By the way not sure Ben Raven was successful while in marketing and business development You still think Peel valuable enough to continue to feature him prominently on your website. Separately was the acquisition of Price Bailey included in the write down ? Brian Raven at the time said it was too good an opportunity to turn down
markgordon1
07/10/2020
19:26
Chris peel wasn’t the managing director. He was the fund manager. That position has been taken by John Leiper. The managing director has nothing to do with the fund management. If you look at Chris peel’s historic performance on trustnet maybe you see why he left. He was only top quartile for one quarter but that appeared to be too little to late.
makeamillion3
07/10/2020
19:16
Just noticed Ben Raven is managing director of Tavistock Wealth. He replaces Christopher Peel who is on gardening leave.Compare and contrastPeel aged late 50 and founder of the fund range and responsible for top decile performance. Responsible for Morgan Stanley protectionEconomics degree and formerly the mighty Salomon Major Tavistock Plc shareholder Versus Ben Raven aged early 30'sDegree in Spanish Never managed an investment portfolio or fund.No formal investment management qualification such as CFASon of Brian Raven the CEOI wonder if they interviewed anyone else?I wonder how much of shareholder money he is being paid This company has no corporate governance and has never made shareholders any money.Where would it be without the loansWould it be solvent Tricky situation
markgordon1
01/10/2020
13:41
Indeed, seems to be a bit of volume as well.......
chrisdgb
01/10/2020
12:16
Good to see the upticks here. f
fillipe
28/9/2020
08:13
Still would like to see an acquisition this year.....
chrisdgb
10/9/2020
10:29
This is appalling This management has been a car crash and shareholders have been the casualties As a part of the appointment process, the Company has identified two additional disclosures dating from 2015 that had previously been omitted in error. Therefore, pursuant to AIM Rule 17, the Company makes the following disclosures in relation to Brian Raven, Chief Executive Officer, and Roderic Rennison, Non-Executive Director.In April 2007, Brian Raven was a director of Safe-Post Plc when the company underwent a creditors voluntary liquidation which resulted in a deficiency to creditors of £13,779.In May 2010, Roderic Rennison was a non-executive director of Home of Choice Group Limited and Home of Choice Limited when both companies went through a "pre-pack" administration process. This resulted in the business and assets of both companies being sold to First Complete Limited with an estimated deficiency to creditors of £5,625,643.
markgordon1
04/9/2020
14:55
Nice to see people paying over 2p for stock, the long march to recovery continues.......
chrisdgb
04/9/2020
14:54
Nice to see people paying over 2p for stock, the long march to recovery continues.......
chrisdgb
11/8/2020
08:39
I guess in terms of AUM, the market cap is pretty derisory, as I mentioned before would be fantastic for an acquisition inspired by the new strategic investor......
chrisdgb
05/8/2020
12:09
One small step up a very long ladder for many...... what the increase based on?
makeamillion3
05/8/2020
11:05
Something up..........?
chrisdgb
30/7/2020
15:19
There's another write off and exceptional in 2 years timeWhat happened to the road to £1.5 billion Plan More like road to 1.5p planThe company has accumulated losses of £22.3 million It has raised £16 million of equity You don't need to be a genius to work out the shareholder value destruction It consistently has a negative return on equity I think it has a balance sheet problem from a regulated capital requirementDB transfers are the next PPITideway which did a lot has today been shut by the FCABoom
markgordon1
29/7/2020
08:34
On a brighter note, I am optimistic of an acquisition in the coming months.........
chrisdgb
23/7/2020
10:53
Agreed and Raven and Cooke take over £500,000. What will they have to pay Peel to go
markgordon1
23/7/2020
10:48
Let’s not forget the 5 million write down... shocking results. Scam of a company
tomgold
23/7/2020
10:29
Ebitda down 24%Eps minus 0.95pNav down 23%More debt of £2 million Chris Peel who drove the Acumen fund range has left.No mention of update on last years targets- all failed These are terrible results
markgordon1
23/7/2020
10:20
Hoping that we get updated forecasts from Allenby.......
chrisdgb
23/7/2020
08:04
Nice to see £1bn AUM, with lower costs and strategic investor we have certainly turned the corner here...
chrisdgb
23/7/2020
07:20
Current year - Q1 trading significantly ahead of the Board's expectation :-)
cheshire man
22/7/2020
16:28
Dipped my toe here based on increase in FUM, should start to drive this forward.(hopefully !)
thomas11
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