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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Totally Plc LSE:TLY London Ordinary Share GB00BYM1JJ00 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 42.50 42.00 43.00 42.50 42.50 42.50 104,768 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 127.4 1.3 0.6 72.0 80

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/8/2022
17:22
I would say next 3 years
quazie12
16/8/2022
13:09
We will only know that in on the next six month revenue.
thordon
16/8/2022
11:16
I think my point may be lost on you. Yes there is growth and margins have been achieved and there is decent free cash flow generated. My question is it remains to be seen whether the growth that is being acquired is at a reasonable price or not. If management overpay for that growth it comes back to bite or if they fail to integrate acquisitions that does too. For me the jury is still out
quazie12
12/8/2022
23:26
Quazie12 if this helps , the rapid growth of Totally creates a void that being good will and margins, So the both are blurred by this. In other words we except this but now have this growth and a factor of good will lost but is shown as a loss , when in fact company as a whole has exceeded the projections in gross profit and net profit. At present by Free Cash flow which also see as a negative in debt owed near £40 Million.
thordon
12/8/2022
23:10
Blah blah blah Sikh, no debate, skirt the issues yet again. My job here is done which is simply to out you as a ramper of with little substance. So if anyone loses money blindly investing off the back of your comments well simply put, they deserve it. It is clear you have limited financial acumen, no desire to debate the real issues just a knack for ramping rhetoric. Trott on
quazie12
12/8/2022
14:05
waterloo, NHS or NHS supplier systems are regularly targeted by scammers using ransomware. https://digital.nhs.uk/features/a-real-and-present-danger The attack doesn't impact TLY as they don't supply the software. It would impact access to NHS 111 data and so possibly delaying access to NHS 111 data but as it's not TLY's software I can't see how it would impact them financially. "Advanced, which provides digital services like patient check-in and NHS 111, says it may take three to four weeks to fully recover." "An NHS England spokesperson said: "While Advanced has confirmed that the incident impacting their software is ransomware, the NHS has tried and tested contingency plans in place including robust defences to protect our own networks, as we work with the National Cyber Security Centre to fully understand the impact. "The public should continue to use NHS services as normal, including NHS 111 for those who are unwell, although some people will face longer waits than usual. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-62506039
sikhthetech
11/8/2022
15:13
No idea of any direct relevance. htTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-62506039
waterloo01
08/8/2022
16:49
Sikh you keep highlighting growth in revenue, cashflow and growth in EBITDA and ignore some hard truths. This growth is being acquired. My point is GARP, do you even consider it for a minute ? Distributable reserves are so low because accounting laws require amortisation of prior acquisitions to be taken into account. You are so busy ramming the bull case up everyone on here you don't even consider making comment. Why ?
quazie12
08/8/2022
16:44
Where have I once referred to the dividend and the legal technicalities Sikh ? If you actually read what I posted instead of jumping all over it. I am pointing out a glaringly obvious fact, that the company has low distributable reserves because it isnt very profitable
quazie12
07/8/2022
23:42
Thordon "All comments are welcomed , other wise we may not invest wisely positive or negative gives balance" Exactly. If bull points can be countered then it makes the bear case stronger. If bear points can be countered then it makes the bull case stronger. Imastu is a troll, search for him on TW. thread. He claimed to have me filtered in which case he wouldn't be able to see this thread at all, would he?... ;-) I welcome all opinions providing he accepts others are entitled to theirs.. Like I said the issue came to light during auditing and requires a special resolution. Therefore, I think it was right to include it as part of the rns.
sikhthetech
07/8/2022
23:28
All comments are welcomed , other wise we may not invest wisely positive or negative gives balance Sikh controls the readers here and so far has not isolated that person even through asked to If Sikh said you was a Troll then that's his opinion , mine is said above.
thordon
07/8/2022
23:17
It's a non-issue. It's just that they should have paid dividends up through the internal structure from the operating subsidiaries to the public holding company to create sufficient distributable reserves for the holding company to be able to pay its most recent dividend. It's internal accounting. Very dull, but as others have pointed out, a little naughty to fold the announcement and details up into a completely unrelated RNS - which, interestingly (to me), doesn't carry the name of the CFO. You can be sure the CEO and indeed the Chairman don't understand it, despite being named as the contacts. Anyway, they have presumably learned a lesson and won't be doing it again. See sikh? - not a troll...
imastu pidgitaswell
07/8/2022
23:00
Guys & girls most company's are being caught out by this law and not only the UK but globally. So what most company's are now doing is setting up a company debt cover loan to cover interims as a safe guard. The law was to protect Debt in a case of insolvency as well as tax man. Its why you see a debt charge on balance sheets now for a nominal amount. Anyway its a paper exercise to tick the ballet. Nothing to get excited about.
thordon
07/8/2022
19:16
There's no getting away from it, it is disappointing, but it's an oversight and nothing to get particularly worked up about. The company has a clear pathway and plenty precedent from other companies for putting it to bed.Must be a logistical nightmare to work through every technicality of the laws nowadays and I'm surprised this type of thing doesn't happen far more often.Everyone can now move on though, and imho TLY is in the strongest financial position and with the best streamlined business offering, certainly in the years I can remember.60p remains my first target, and I expect it to be achieved and surpassed comfortably.
microscope
07/8/2022
13:53
Quazie, Read the rns for once!! You do like to twist things.. They are referring to the 1 occassion on a payment made in Feb. It is no different from the way other companies have made distributions. Keep up!! "The Group's historic reported trading results and financial condition, and ability to pay future dividends, including the proposed final dividend of 0.5 pence per ordinary share for the financial year ended 31 March 2022, are entirely unaffected by this matter." "There were sufficient reserves held in subsidiaries of the Company which could have been distributed to the Company. Therefore, had certain internal corporate transactions been implemented prior to the payment of the Interim Dividend, adequate distributable reserves would have been available to the Company." These issues only affected the Interim Dividend and did not affect any other distributions made by the Company."
sikhthetech
06/8/2022
13:07
NHS 111 software outage confirmed as cyber-attack Published 3 minutes ago HTtps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-62442127
football
05/8/2022
23:07
Market says no
quazie12
05/8/2022
23:07
Cash flow generative BUT when you include amortisation of intangibles ie goodwill, this company doesnt make a great net profit. Ask yourself, is this GARP, growth at a reasonable price ?
quazie12
05/8/2022
23:04
For the reasons I have given on here in the past
quazie12
05/8/2022
23:04
Question is, why are distributable reserves so low ?
quazie12
05/8/2022
20:38
Law across the globe has change , its to stop dividend's being paid then the company goes into admin.
thordon
05/8/2022
11:38
Supernumerary, It's a special resolution. Why would they put details of a special resolution in the heading? The problem was found during the audit. That's what audits are for. The discrepancy seems to have only appeared at this 1 interim dividend. No problems with the final dividend then. Longshanks is right in that it raises the question of whether the FD is on top of capital allocation, in particular related to distributable reserves. It does explain why they setup the revolving credit facility though. They have taken action to ensure it doesn't happen again.
sikhthetech
05/8/2022
10:01
ls - thanks for the heads-up - I wouldn't even have opened the RNS without it. Naughty putting out an RNS which is 90% error correction, and not even mentioning it in the header. I wonder how much that bit of carelessness cost them in professional fees?
supernumerary
05/8/2022
09:03
Interesting mea culpa hidden in what should be a rather anodine RNS.I wonder if the FD is on top of things. Whilst paying a dividend without having adequate distribuable reserves in the parent company may seem a trivial oversight it does raise questions as to how efficient the company is with its capital allocation.
longshanks
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