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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -1.3% 38.00 306,547 12:04:41
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
37.50 38.50 38.50 37.75 38.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 105.95 -3.41 -1.82 69
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:04:14 O 50,000 38.00 GBX

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Totally Daily Update: Totally Plc is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TLY. The last closing price for Totally was 38.50p.
Totally Plc has a 4 week average price of 37.50p and a 12 week average price of 29.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 43.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.13p.
There are currently 182,204,110 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 256,894 shares. The market capitalisation of Totally Plc is £69,237,561.80.
cravencottage: Also what are TLY gonna do with surplus cash on the balance sheet? Earnings enhancing acquisition or special divi for share holders? Defo a win win for those holding TLY stock
hybrasil: The biggest impact on the share price in the forthcoming results will be the promised return of market guidance.
sikhthetech: Buywell, "The technology warns hospitals about a potential spike in patient numbers so they can allocate the right resources when needed" Great news for the NHS and TLY. As can be seen from their TU being able to allocate resources quickly and efficiently during the pandemic is exactly what TLY has been great at doing. Any help from tech is more than welcome. "Agile and quick response Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, the year to 31 March 2021 was undoubtedly one of the most challenging periods of time for the Company. Through effective management, however, the emergency preparedness and response was quickly and efficiently executed. All operations of the Group were impacted with some services, particularly face-to-face, understandably paused. However, with the increased demand for urgent healthcare support, the Group was well placed to respond quickly through, among others, the delivery of COVID-19 Management Services, National Clinical Assessment Services and the ramping up of 111 capacity."
sikhthetech: If a company is interest in being involved in the healthcare, NHS/non-NHS, market then it's cheaper to buy the company already set up than build it from scratch. TLY spent years building the foundation and it would be a real shame if someone did bid. I for one believe they will do significantly better on their own. Bob built Mears from a £50k investment to a £500m company. He said he wants to do similar here, hence the 'add and build' strategy. The Add part of that strategy has largely completed and now it's time for growth. Not comparing it to qxl but they announced an MBO, which flushed out a bidder then a 2nd. In the end, the company went for 100x the share price since that MBO. It was recently sold on for multiple of that price.
sikhthetech: TLA, I couldn't see anything untoward from the names you mentioned. It seems to me that TLY has been building their 3 divisions, of which Urgent Care is one. They only announced the divisions last year, prior to which each subsidiary was mentioned individually. Now the 3 divisions and the previous subsidiaries are: 1) Urgent Care, which is combined GBH & Vocare. 2) Planned Care, which is combined Optimum Sports, About Health, Premier Physical Health. 3) Insourcing. I would expect some staff to leave when each division was created by combining the previous subsidiaries. I think this was in preparation for the new iCS. TLY bought GBH 2yrs ago, June, after which there was a period of integration. So Looking at the last person you mentioned, Sivanthi Sivakuma, according to Companies House (if she is the same person), she was a Dr, a director of Seventy, Seven Two Ltd, which was dissolved in 2018, just 6 months before TLY bought GBH. I can't see she was a director or a significant person within GBH. What was her role? The new appointments, area/regional director, mentioned on here were for ICS, which ties in with TLY's newly merged GB/Vocare, Urgent Care Division, mentioned above. Therefore, it seems to me that it's a new role. "The newly formed Totally Urgent Care Division...following the integration of Vocare and Greenbrook." Do you or your contact work for GBH that you believe staff may have left and the new roles are not because of GBH/Vocare integration?
sikhthetech: Tla, Several staff, including Michael Steel, CEO, Dr Sally Johnson, stayed on only until TLY completed integration of GBH, which was agreed and mentioned by Wendy, the CEO, last year. It was expected. They were part of the 1st agreement of lock-in shares. See the GBH document. 11. LOCK-IN AGREEMENTS Greenbrook Capital has entered into two lock-in agreements with the Company, Allenby Capital and Canaccord. In the first agreement, Greenbrook Capital has undertaken that, subject to certain limited exceptions, it will not dispose of any interest it holds in 16,908,553 of the Consideration Shares until after the publication of the Enlarged Group’s audited accounts for the year ended 31 March 2020 (to be published by no later than 30 September 2020) and for a further period of 12 months thereafter it shall be bound by orderly market restrictions in respect of those Consideration Shares. In the second agreement, Greenbrook Capital has undertaken that, subject to certain limited exceptions, it will not dispose of any interest it holds in 8,091,447 of the Consideration Shares until after the publication of the Enlarged Group’s unaudited interim results for the financial period ending 30 September 2019 (to be published by no later than 31 December 2019) and for a further period of 12 months thereafter it shall be bound by orderly market restrictions in respect of those Consideration Shares. Greenbrook Capital is permitted to distribute the Consideration Shares to its registered members on the condition that such members adhere to the same lock-in terms. It is the intention that shortly following Completion, Greenbrook Capital will distribute the Consideration Shares to its members. Michael Steel, Dan Annetts and Dr Sally Johnson shall receive Consideration Shares in the distribution from the first agreement and the remaining members of Greenbrook Capital shall receive Consideration Shares in the distribution from the second agreement.
nobbygnome: Good to see the tick up. I said above that actually it is good news. The frustration is that from a TA point of view 40p was nailed on in the short term before the white paper. That sentiment was killed instaneously and is a tragedy for the progression of the share price. I fear we will need some really significant news to get there now whereas that same news would have projected the price way higher if the price was already around 40p. People always say that the market assigns the correct current price but us seasoned investors know that is complete rubbish particularly on Aim. TLY is fundamentally undervalued and the sooner we get to an appropriate valuation the better!
thordon: Will TLY staff keep working next week - YES Will TLY staff keep working next Month - YES Will TLY staff keep working next six Month - YES Will TLY staff keep working in the next Year - YES Will TLY staff keep working upto April 2022 - YES after this point we are entering some contracts that require extending.
sikhthetech: TLA, Feel free, it's your money. If the share price falls to 25p, I will load up big time. People don't understand the business model nor the NHS. The NHS is disjointed, postcode lottery... It needs to improve and be uniform across the country. Competitive tenders for healthcare, where the contract is awarded on costs and not merit should not be used within healthcare environment. If contracts are awarded on merit then TLY, with their proven record and CQC rankings will benefit. The problem at the moment is one CCG will award a contract because it's within it's budget, whilst the neighbouring CCG might not. Covid has shown how NHS 111 was crucial in helping. If anything I think the proposals will speed up the rollout of bigger contracts, which is what Boris wanted to do when he came into power, before the country was hit by the pandemic. It was the reason, I believe, why TLY bought GBH in 2019. What is in the proposals was already known about but were delayed due to covid. TLY are in the right place at the right time. sikhthetech - 06 Jun 2019 - 13:08:10 - 9147 of 17302 Totally Health - 2014 <...> New IUC contracts being rolled out over the next 2 yrs... Create Integrated Care Systems everywhere by Apr 2021. "In the meantime, within the current legal framework, the NHS and our partners will be moving to create Integrated Care Systems everywhere by April 2021, building on the progress already made. ICSs bring together local organisations in a pragmatic and practical way to deliver the "triple integration of primary and specialist care, physical and mental health services, and health with social care. They will have a key role in working with Local Authorities at level, and through ICSs, commissioners will make shared decisions with providers on population health, service redesign and Long Term Plan implementation."
sikhthetech: Oryx virtually back to the position they were last July, 7 months ago, when the share price was around 16p. Since then the share price has doubled, so it's not surprising, they trimmed a few. They sold ex-divi, so will get the divi.. 22 July 2020 - they increased to 5.49% Then reduced a few a couple of weeks ago.
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