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Triad Group 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 38.50p 37.00p 40.00p 39.50p 38.50p 39.50p 5,000 08:00:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 27.8 1.7 10.5 3.7 6.01

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/12/2018
16:11
Thank you Wiganer for 14.12.18 at 11:12 There is no statute. It is a rule to keep information which is not a "register" involving a "registrar" (although bizarrely the words "individual insolvency register") are hard coded on the webpage. The head of the public interest unit in the relevant state department confirmed that the "Individual Insolvency Register" does not exist and therefore cannot be inspected - had it existed it would be available on inspection including where the entries came from. Input is from Land Registry. Those not bankrupt would not appear. There would be a complete trail available 9-5 pm, excluding week ends Bank Holidays, indulgence days. Those informed know Land Registrar is the only register; there is no IIR (and therefore no public inspection or error handling); and that this site is prefaced by disclaimers on authenticity. It is run as a live feed from a secret repository with no public access or audit trails, operated by unidentified contractors from a staffing agency: in this case I have found out it was chap called Clark Barnaby operating out of Birmingham in December 2013. The purpose of the site is to advertise individuals as "insolvency practitioner contact details" who are listed in another part of the site with a government number. These can requisition funds from state accounts to be paid to whoever and can open accounts easily in places such as those advertised by LBG, with no questions asked according to themselves in seminars to rally business. The Limited Liability Partnership cited buys instruments for £10 or £20 that pay out on the presumed fraud/dishonesty of the named individual (£x'm). They tap into speculative litigation funds to cause chaos and "trade" in what they do not own, with returns to speculators of up to 49 of transaction value. The key are the contact details: it means that counterparties can make contact and do unrecorded deals. The operatives are protected in that the counterparty is compromised (a) they know the correct position from Land Registry; (b) they make contact to the exclusion (behind the back of) the owner. You can see this in operation on the RNS 28 April 2017. The number of shares is the same as those on my stolen share certificate (3.25m); the date (7 April 2017) is the date Equiniti reported that my stolen share certificate was handed in to them; RNS inform the poster of the RNS is a Nick Burrows, who is the only person with access to TRIAD RNS uploads (computerised); but the contact is the third party advertised on the site you found linked to "insolvency practitioner register" where there is a registration number. The reference to a document having arrived on 27 April 2017 has not been bottomed out since Rigg Fulton Sanderson say they have not seen it. This means there was no Board meeting to agree the RNS and it ought not to have been made. The derogatory statements about me contravene a short form agreement I have from November 2006. You can see the TWITTER trail under Emily Buchanan or myself which reached a sequence of 100 to-day. Finally regarding my name in that part of the government website, the then Sec of State has written to the Department to remove it (or explain why not). They have not replied (would have to explain the schemes they are running which would end them). It does not justify hostile activity of course because people know Land Reg is place to look and in any event can always ask me as my contact details are public. Thank you for your interest Kind regards Mira
mira makar
14/12/2018
15:41
Could anyone explain how a person who becomes bankrupt might be able to retain shares of significant value?
wilmdav
14/12/2018
11:12
“Individual Insolvency Register (IIR) The IIR is an amalgamation of the individual insolvency, bankruptcy restrictions and debt relief restrictions registers. The Insolvency Service is required by statute to maintain these registers, keep them up to date and make them available for public inspection. The IIR contains details of: bankruptcies that are current or have ended in the last 3 months” Includes an entry for Mira Makar.
wiganer
13/12/2018
19:37
You can search the insolvency register here: hTTps://www.insolvencydirect.bis.gov.uk/eiir/IIRRegisterNameInput.asp?option=NAME&court=ALL
dangersimpson2
13/12/2018
14:35
Or Eastenders net !!!All intriguing !Welcome aboard Mira .Looking at the share turnover over the last month or so the drift down wards is due to lack of buyers around .This is the market in general at the moment . Sicknote
s34icknote
13/12/2018
13:28
This is way better than caronation street street
netcurtains
12/12/2018
20:55
thank you for your note, DangerSimpson2 12.12.18 RNS with my name that have been issued without my knowledge or authority, including that on 28 April 2017, were promptly reported by me (when my attention was belatedly drawn to them) to the Regulated News Service of the London Stock exchange, as well as the major shareholding team at the Listing Authority. This is required by the Listing Rules. The RNS informed that the uploads are done electronically by a single individual, Nick Burrows, in this case and not vetted by them. They have not received any copy Board resolution. There was reported that a document arrived 27.4.17 at Triad's offices. However John Rigg, Alistair Fulton, Steve Sanderson say they have not seen it and sent Burrows to look again in May 2017. Arden Partners have been asked for copy but don't have it, it appears. Chris Hardie has left them. It would seem RNSs are going up without Board resolution, since no paperwork has been seen by three non execs, representing 30% plus of shares, no contact was made with me, there was no enquiry and no Board resolution to issue the RNS. No-one has contacted me to ask any questions, which they would have to do under the transmission rules of the articles, in investigating for a Board meeting excluding Burrows as he is not independent of these events from March 2006. This is when he gave Board and company confidential information about cash to partners from Baker Tilly which they have used aggressively since. This fact is public information. FYI: (1) Had my shares been affected, I would have been bound to notify. (2) Pending actions and receivership orders in bankruptcy are filed in Land Registry and, of course, I am not there. Reference to a bankrupt major shareholder is not me. I asked Arden to-day who it is but they do not seem to know. You make an observation about company RNSs and who is responsible. This is the directors severally who have a duty to investigate (in particular by contacting those shareholders concerned) and to notify the next business day after conclusion. The last RNS referred to an "investigation". I confirm that there has been none. There are no outstanding actions for me. I hope this clarifies my circumstances for you, unchanged since 25 October 2005. I have not given any power of attorney to anyone to trade my stock. For completeness, Equiniti have informed that a share certificate of mine for 3.25m shares that I reported stolen in June 2011, was handed in on 7 April 2017. We have yet to arrange safe return by hand. Kind regards
mira makar
12/12/2018
19:44
Mira, Good to know you have no intention to sell your shares. I'm sure you know your business better than us on this board but you may want to check with Mr Atkinson. There is an RNS released by the company that states he was a trustee acting on your behalf: hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/triad-group-plc--trd-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201704281025596904D/ Although this RNS issued by the company they would not issue this without being told by Mr Atkinson that he was a trustee acting on your behalf. Mr Atkinson also informed the company that he had 2.7m shares left before disposing of them all on 25th September. hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/triad-group-plc--trd-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201810021550057421C/ Companies can make mistakes but it seems that the source of all this information is from Mr Atkinson not the company, and it should be FRP Advisory that can give the information to resolve the situation. I wish you well in getting to the bottom of this.
dangersimpson2
12/12/2018
16:51
Thank you Buywell3 re 8 Dec '18 - 01:47 - 1030 of 1040 0 0 0 I find this whole thing very weird re no RNS about who has the 17% Paul Atkinson sold. Plus we didn't get hardly any RNS's as the stake dropped from 30% to 17% ... why not ? Who is policing this sort of thing ... is it up to Triad to check things ? Because I believe the company Triad should let investors know what has happened The only inference one can now make is that Makar is selling some of her shares ... how many will she keep selling ... when will the selling stop ? TRD is a very illiquid stock ... this could go on for a long time Shareholders in TRD should not be treated like mushrooms ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I continue holder of 4.5m shares and am not a seller. I cannot account for the above and have no information as officers do not communicate but have used my name without my knowledge or authorisation. Hope this helps
mira makar
12/12/2018
16:45
Thank you s34icknote. I hold 4.5m shares and am not currently seller nor do I have current plans to sell. Hope this helps to clarify the position. I do not know who this "bankrupt" major shareholder is, although I did ask Arden, whose Chris Hardie abruptly left. Whoever it is (or might be), it is not me. Chairman's statements are not subject to statutory audit so are not verified by BDO or anyone else. They appear to have created a false panic that has exacerbated problem of uncertainty and "dumping".
mira makar
12/12/2018
16:44
Thank you s34icknote. I hold 4.5m shares and am not currently seller nor do I have current plans to sell. Hope this helps to clarify the position. I do not know who this "bankrupt" major shareholder is, although I did ask Arden, whose Chris Hardie abruptly left. Whoever it is (or might be), it is not me. Chairman's statements are not subject to statutory audit so are not verified by BDO or anyone else. They appear to have created a false panic that has exacerbated problem of uncertainty and "dumping".
mira makar
12/12/2018
16:34
Thank you buywell3 (9.12.18). My shareholding has not changed since 25.10.05 at 4.5m shares. No directors or officers, Arden, Freeths, BDO have contacted me before posting RNSs with my name. The trail is on TWITTER as they do not communicate otherwise.
mira makar
12/12/2018
16:34
Thank you buywell3 (9.12.18). My shareholding has not changed since 25.10.05 at 4.5m shares. No directors or officers, Arden, Freeths, BDO have contacted me before posting RNSs with my name. The trail is on TWITTER as they do not communicate otherwise.
mira makar
09/12/2018
23:51
hTTps://m.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/mobile/news/detail/13813720.html If Makar now has these shares Perhaps she wants her job back ?
buywell3
09/12/2018
23:50
hTTps://m.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/mobile/news/detail/13813720.html If Makar now has these shares Perhaps she wants her job back at double time rates ?
buywell3
09/12/2018
13:09
I know if I wasn't already fully invested i'd be buying more here, I think this is a bargain price with much of the market cap covered by net cash and the company still producing healthy if slightly depressed profits. I think the price is more reflective of the general market weakness than anything TRD specific and the divi yield should be an easily affordable and decent 5% or so.
arthur_lame_stocks
09/12/2018
11:45
The MM situation is a mess and will put off any value investor thinking of starting a shareholding. There had been some small buying ahead of the interim results probably expecting better numbers and when people tried to exit, Triad's notorious illiquidity kicked in. Given the uncertainty over the profit outlook, the tax changes on contractors, Brexit, MM's dispute etc I can't help but think the shares are where they deserve to be.
danny baker
08/12/2018
07:11
Surely triad will know who holds the shares eventually ? Must be registered some where on records .Just need to put them in bottom draw and Collect the divs in mean time .All weird though . Sicknote
s34icknote
08/12/2018
01:47
I find this whole thing very weird re no RNS about who has the 17% Paul Atkinson sold Plus we didn't get hardly any RNS's as the stake dropped from 30% to 17% ... why not ? Who is policing this sort of thing ... is it up to Triad to check things ? Because I believe the company Triad should let investors know what has happened The only inference one can now make is that Makar is selling some of her shares ... how many will she keep selling ... when will the selling stop ? TRD is a very illiquid stock ... this could go on for a long time Shareholders in TRD should not be treated like mushrooms
buywell3
07/12/2018
17:53
AIM has the same disclosure requirement of every 1% threshold above 3% so she should declare through any full percentage: Changes to the holding of a significant shareholder above 3% (excluding treasury shares) which increase or decrease such holding through any single percentage. hTTps://www.lseg.com/sites/default/files/content/documents/aim/2018/January/AIM_Rules_for_Companies_January_2018.pdf I don't think she wanted to lose the 13% so doubt she wants to sell now. It might explain why the company has a pretty low dividend payout compared to its FCF. They don't want to fund any further legal action against themselves! It would be much better for all if Makar simply placed her shares with an institution, drew a line under the whole affair and got on with life. No matter how badly you think you have been treated, life is too short to waste it in endless court battles.
dangersimpson2
07/12/2018
16:33
Market cap now 6.5 million and 3.85 million in bank and min 2p div !You would think that would be tempting at this level !!! Sicknote
s34icknote
07/12/2018
16:28
Remember Makar had 30% of TRD So it looks like Paul Atkinson sold 13% of the shares but I for one did not see many RNS's to see the holding reduce in the many stages it probably did , I saw a couple. I assume under AIM rules Makar as the owner of the 17% of TRD shares now under AIM rules does not have to inform the market untill she falls below 6% One would assume after years of fighting this case and still doing so ... the lady might be needing some funds Anybody have a better view ?
buywell3
07/12/2018
16:02
Any buyers ?Sicknote
s34icknote
05/12/2018
12:13
Needs some buyers to stop this drifting .Sicknote
s34icknote
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