[ADVERT]
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Triad Group Plc LSE:TRD London Ordinary Share GB0009035741 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% 110.00 105.00 115.00 110.00 107.50 110.00 13,000 15:54:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 17.8 0.6 4.3 25.7 18

Triad Share Discussion Threads

Showing 6726 to 6750 of 7175 messages
Chat Pages: Latest  275  274  273  272  271  270  269  268  267  266  265  264  Older
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/7/2021
18:42
That’s why their turnover is £3.5BN, and growing.
sunshine today
01/7/2021
16:57
Westcoast did some major expansion in late 2019 (just weeks before pandemic) They DOUBLED their warehouse space. Https://www.shdlogistics.com/property/westcoast-holdings-takes-341871-sq-ft-warehouse-andover From website: Alex Tatham, Westcoast’s managing director, said: “This new facility demonstrates the level of confidence the Board has in the business and its future growth in the UK as well as in exports, expansion businesses and services – some of which will be based in Andover”. Note phrase: "EXPANSION ..... AND SERVICES"...
netcurtains
01/7/2021
12:23
Nothing to do with Stratis and TRD, however, both are targeting the banks, as their staff use C# as a computer language that make the solution attractive. https://www.ft.com/content/8b1005ed-5d70-4a31-b577-6c7f1f507c60 Tommy Stubbington in London YESTERDAY A growing number of banks are experimenting with issuing bonds on blockchains, in a shift they say could eventually revolutionise an asset class that has lagged behind in adoption of new technologies. Blockchain — the digital ledger that records and verifies transactions and underpins cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin — has the potential to streamline the process of selling new debt, leading to substantial cost savings, bankers say. “I think blockchain has a real future in debt capital markets,” said Sean Taor, head of European debt capital markets at RBC. “If you can use blockchain from start to finish, you take out a lot of the costs, a lot of the risks in terms of counterparty and settlement risks.” In April the European Investment Bank raised €100m from a two-year bond registered on the ethereum blockchain network, in the first such deal involving a syndicate of banks. The deal came three years after the World Bank sold the first bond to be created and managed using blockchain. Singaporean food producer Olam International last year sold a bond using HSBC’s blockchain-based settlement platform, while JPMorgan has also tested the use of blockchain technology for issuing financial instruments. For the issuers the motivation is obvious. Over the life cycle of a bond, using blockchain technology could save at least 35 per cent of the costs associated with issuance, according to a study last year by German fintech firm Cashlink, by automating processes such as the emailing back and forth and manual updating of bond documentation. Use of blockchain could also cut down the number of intermediaries involved in the process — for example the bonds would no longer need to be registered with a central securities depository. A similar 2019 study by HSBC looking at the green bond market — where a public ledger would help streamline the process of tracking the use of the bond’s proceeds — identified much larger savings of up to 90 per cent. Blockchain issued bonds are not denominated in cryptocurrencies, but they use the same underlying technology to reconcile orders from different systems, record and update ownership of the asset, and allow the transaction to be settled without the need for extensive manual cross-checking. Rather than settlement taking three days, as is typical, money can flow to the issuer seamlessly once the bond is priced. “It’s essentially a glorified database,” said Matthew McDermott, head of digital assets at Goldman Sachs, one of the banks which handled the EIB deal along with Santander and SociΓ©tΓ© GΓ©nΓ©rale. “This technology reduces the number of intermediaries involved in any given transaction.” The bank has had more than 100 one-to-one meetings with investors and would-be issuers about the potential use of blockchain as a result of the interest generated by that transaction, McDermott said. Some of this is just hype around a new technology. I’m not sure it’s quite as revolutionary as it’s sometimes made out to be Kevin McPartland, head of market structure at Coalition Greenwich Blockchain also offers a way to easily locate current holders of bonds — often a tricky task in the relatively fragmented world of fixed income where bonds are often traded directly “over the counter” rather than on centralised exchanges. Billions of dollars have been poured into analytics to help traders locate debt securities to buy or sell, according to Kevin McPartland, head of market structure at Coalition Greenwich. “A universal database of who owns what, at least in theory, avoids the need for that,” he said. Issuers would also find it much easier to communicate with investors — some bonds, for example, contain clauses which allow bondholders to sell back to the company if it changes hands. Moreover, banks could also save money on fees charged by trading venues and allow deals to be negotiated without giving away data to the rest of the market. Weekly newsletter For the latest news and views on fintech from the FT’s network of correspondents around the world, sign up to our weekly newsletter #fintechFT Sign up here with one click By lowering some of the barriers to participation in bond markets, blockchain technologies could eventually open them up to much smaller players, according to Denis Coleman, co-head of the global financing group at Goldman Sachs. “This is just the very start of a journey, but you could see the democratisation of bond markets,” he said. The HSBC report, which was co-authored by the Sustainable Digital Finance Alliance, recommended the setting up of “DIY” bond platforms on blockchain, which would enable smaller companies to tap debt markets with a minimum of fixed costs. Some of the claims made about its potential may be overblown, McPartland said. The massive investment necessary to change the systems that underpin debt markets will probably happen slowly, and regulators won’t necessarily approve, he argued. “Distributed ledgers will have a role to play in helping markets become more liquid and transparent,” he added. “But some of this is just hype around a new technology. I’m not sure it’s quite as revolutionary as it’s sometimes made out to be.”
sunshine today
01/7/2021
07:42
The only Unity SDK for #blockchain that WORKS! @enjin @Kin_Ecosystem #unity3d #gamedeveloper #gamedevelopment #IndieGameDev #indiegamedeveloper
sunshine today
30/6/2021
21:33
https://www.stratisplatform.com/2021/06/30/stratis-python-sdk/
sunshine today
30/6/2021
18:23
ST: Yes someone has mopped up a lot of stock. @118 buy
netcurtains
30/6/2021
18:03
Delayed trade from yesterday 21,072 Buy @118P
sunshine today
30/6/2021
17:16
Stratisplatform Stratis is a powerful and flexible Blockchain Development Platform designed for the needs of real world financial services and businesses https://stratisplatform.com info@stratisplatform.com
sunshine today
30/6/2021
09:00
Strax token now 50% off lows of a few weeks ago.
sunshine today
30/6/2021
07:58
Areen seems an interesting contract. Triad promote this quite a bit Https://twitter.com/AreenDesign
netcurtains
29/6/2021
21:18
The above, makes me think recurring income, is part of the Package/ partnership.
sunshine today
29/6/2021
21:14
Workpoint 365 OUR PARTNER PROMISE WorkPoint will go to market solely through our partner channel. Our focus is to grow the number of efficient sales and implementation partners in Western Europe and globally. We will actively select strategic partners in each country who have strong existing skills in Microsoft 365 and SharePoint. Focus will be to recruit high-end partners as well as smaller, niche-oriented partners who have proven to be fast and efficient in building pipeline and closing business. As our solution is an ad-on product to Microsoft 365, partnering with WorkPoint is advantageous. We believe in our product and our partners, and our ambition is a 50% revenue growth for 2021. Our success is dependent on our partners, and they have a strong incentive to engage with WorkPoint, as we provide services, leads, marketing tools, a business opportunity and an ambitious road ahead. We are continuously on a journey of development, and we welcome partners and distributors in Denmark and abroad on our journey. A journey creating value for our partners and their customers
sunshine today
29/6/2021
10:43
That could produce a divi of 2P, costing £320,000, (out of the post tax profit.) The cash pile would also increase ITRO £320,000. The second half could see another 3P divi making 5P for this year. On a 14 month view from today we might be looking at 7P, ( as lasts years divi, is still to be paid.)
sunshine today
29/6/2021
10:33
ST: I'd say, judging by the "Outlook statement" (15/06/2021) on our header that your figures are about the same as Triad are hoping for.
netcurtains
29/6/2021
10:13
I am now going to stick my neck out, and project 2021 - 2022 first, and second half profits. My total forecast for this year remains unchanged at £2M. I believe the fist half should produce a pre tax profit of £800,000. That will equal 33% growth, over the last half accounting period of £600,000. The second half will I believe produce a profit of £1.2M. (50%) growth over the first half.
sunshine today
29/6/2021
10:07
Yes, I think we can be sure that the challenge TRD set themselves, 2 plus years ago, will come to fruition. Long term relationships go a long way to slashing sales budgets. Absolutely everything is going in the right direction.
sunshine today
29/6/2021
09:53
ST: There is another way of generating recurring revenues. Logica used to develop billing systems for phone companies etc. Instead of getting paid for work done they took a tiny percentage of the money generated from each phone call. With a big cash pile TRIAD too will be able to take a longer term view and take percentage of pot rather than get paid for work done. some of Triads strategic partners, not just Stratis, might enable Triad to potentially get a percentage.
netcurtains
29/6/2021
09:40
NET: D4T4 has £10M of recurring revenues, TRD, does not. However, as you know, the key to raising the PE of TRD, is to increase revenues, margins, and quality of the earnings. TRD have, and are, dumping the low margin revenues. They are growing higher consultant led margins. Going forward the next phase is to obtain blockchain recurring revenues, on a massive scale, through our partnership with Stratis.
sunshine today
29/6/2021
07:35
I think this IT company is at NOW where Triad is Heading. Namely turnover of about £22m, profit of £4m and a market cap of £155m Eg a ten bagger over two years. https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=40084384
netcurtains
28/6/2021
18:46
@CryptoEngineer5 Β· 8h I hope you remember that we're getting the new roadmap for $STRAX @stratisplatform this week, something tells me it's gonna be hugeEyesDown pointing backhand indexRocketFire
sunshine today
28/6/2021
16:44
https://www.triad.co.uk/?mailpoet_router&endpoint=view_in_browser&action=view&data=WzIyLCIyYjBjZDAxZGJlYjMiLDE0LCJlMDY3MTYiLDEwLDFd
sunshine today
28/6/2021
12:49
As general overheads remain not far off level, this year, and consultant numbers jump, AT FAR HIGHER MARGINS than in the past, profits should grow v fast.
sunshine today
28/6/2021
12:47
16 Permanent jobs working at TRD now posted on their web page . Assuming they all get filled, within 6 months on a nett basis: 58 consultants were on the books as of 31/03/21 28% growth over 6 months that should be repeated in the second half as well. So it appears we will see a 50% rise over a full year. Just the kind of growth I have been expecting.
sunshine today
28/6/2021
10:25
For all the extremely positive posts over weekend, still not enticing the buyers to move the price upwards. Watching paint dry
deeker
27/6/2021
11:25
Page four of Sunday Times. Police starting a new Database for Stolen bikes. Triad PLC are definitely experts on bikes. Its quite possible this is a Triad contract. 300,000 bikes are stolen a year. If you do a google search for Police and triad PLC you do get a number of hits, so Triad have definitely either had or have now one or two contracts with the police.
netcurtains
Chat Pages: Latest  275  274  273  272  271  270  269  268  267  266  265  264  Older
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
LSE
TRD
Triad
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20210918 05:03:02