Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tribal Group Plc LSE:TRB London Ordinary Share GB0030181522 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -1.92% 102.00 99.00 105.00 102.00 102.00 102.00 202,780 16:29:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 73.0 8.5 3.1 32.9 210

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High volume today. Why should that be. Anyone know?
oops. sorry wrong thread
Drilling has started on puka 3
Tribal Group PLC Contract award RNS Number : 6677L 08 July 2014 Contract to deliver a global student management system for the British Council Tribal, a leading provider of technology-enabled solutions to international education, learning and training management markets, is pleased to announce a contract with Prolinx Limited, under which it will provide a student management system to support the British Council's worldwide education delivery activities. The British Council is the UK's international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations, and operates in over 100 countries. Through its training centres around the world, it is a leading provider of English language teaching and examinations, delivering courses to approximately 368,000 students each year. Tribal's Sky Software student management system, which will be deployed through Prolinx's private cloud, is expected to be adopted in all British Council training centres during the initial 5 year contract term, supporting efficient student administration and consistent business processes around the globe. Keith Evans, Chief Executive, commented "We are pleased to be working alongside Prolinx and the British Council, which is a powerful advocate of British education around the world. Sky Software has made excellent progress since becoming part of Tribal in March 2014, and its selection in this programme illustrates the strength of its student management systems."
We have to be patient.
I go along with the view that there is likely to be a downward drift until there is some good news. Given that profits are going to be skewed to the second half of the year, the August report is unlikely to give much of a boost. What I'm waiting for is the report next March or contract news before then.
Blackrock has a substantial holding in this company "Black rock is the world's largest investor: They have 120+ Investment Teems -- 7,000+ portfolios managed and $4.3 Trillion in assets under management..." Blackrock,Inc.: Holding 5,579,038 shares Valued at £10,251,482
#1291 "Reassuring to see a Director buying more of the Company.. cost him £45+ grand, you don't spend that much if you are not confident of the Company's progress.." He's not 'buying more', it's his first purchase. It's probably nothing to do with his confidence, he's a relatively new director and it's almost certainly expected of directors that they will have a shareholding in their company. £45k probably isn't that much to him.
Shame to see the most senior management simply deciding to sell all the shares that they were granted recently. Could be reasons but doesn't boost my confidence.
its the oxman
I have a lot of confidence in Tribal. I like their products, the way they have recovered from the previous management's disastrous policies, entirely self funded and how the company is expanding internationally. The downside, if you can call it that, is that there are not that many people interested in them and the IC article was goodish and not brilliant. I am confident that the shares will pick up when people realise how the company's business is performing but that might not be until later in the year.
Reassuring to see a Director buying more of the Company.. cost him £45+ grand, you don't spend that much if you are not confident of the Company's progress.. Tribal Group PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding 23/06/2014 Tribal Group plc ("the Company") has been notified of the following purchases of ordinary shares of the Company. On 20 June 2014, Robin Crewe purchased 25,000 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 189.82p per share. Following this purchase, the number of ordinary shares in the Company in which Robin Crewe and his connected persons are beneficially interested is 25,000 or 0.03% of the Company's total issued share capital.
I wouldn't be surprised if it drifts lower
small spread just bought some at 180.25 - posted as a sell
But I wish they didn't issue all those extra shares
The IC article was a bit like the curate's egg. Good in parts I feel that they missed a bit out regarding Tribal's history - Tribal's 'poor' track record. It wasn't mentioned but I think it may have been partly responsible for the high risk rating that IC gave it. The way I see Tribal is that those day are over and now are only represented in the remaining debt that was inherited fom the bad old days. The new management has reduced that debt very quickly over the past few couple of years and it is now at a much lower level than it originally was. Tribal has reinvented itself and is now a different business. Personally, I have confidence in the way that Tribal is currently being managed and continue to hold.
The main points in the IC write-up were: Bull points: *Market leading position in UK education *International expansion *High-profile recent client wins *Strong balance sheet Bear points: *Second-half weighting *Diminishing work for Ofsted IC tip rating: Tip style: SPECULATIVE Risk rating: HIGH Timescale: LONGTERM Round up: 'The shares sre trsding at a 15 per cent discount to their 52-week high and on a 2014 forward earnings multiple of under 14 times. That's a sizeable discount to the 29 times average of software services peer group. If Tribal can keep building on its international momentum - and all the signs are that it will - it doesn't take a universty professor to work out there is a substantial re-rating potential. Buy.'
Simon Gordon, Think there was a good write-up in IC this week.
Was wondering where all the buyers were coming from this morning, quick look at the IC website to see it's been tipped by them.
simon gordon
WHI Ireland - 2/6/14: 2014 EPS - 13.4p 2015 EPS - 14.5p Upgrades and share price upside We have upgraded our numbers on the back of today's announcement, by 7% in the first full year (PBT) and 6% (EPS). Following from Thursday's OFSTED announcement, which showed TRB letting go of some of its more marginal and less profitable work, today's announcement should serve as a reminder of some of the key strengths of a business which is growing both organically and by acquisition. We believe there is decent upside from a PE of no more than 12x for FY2015E.
simon gordon
Interesting news this morning: 'Tribal Group plc ("Tribal"), a leading provider of technology enabled management solutions to the international education, learning and training markets, is pleased to announce that it has acquired the entire share capital of Human Edge Software Corporation Pty Ltd ("Human Edge"), a provider of student management systems primarily to the Australian schools market. Human Edge is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, with a software development centre based in Manila, Philippines. Human Edge systems support approximately 1,900 schools and education management organisations throughout Australia and South East Asia. The Human Edge installed customer base is predominantly in non-state operated Catholic and private schools in New South Wales and Victoria. This is highly complementary to the New South Wales state school network across which Tribal's software is currently being deployed through the New South Wales Student Administration and Learning Management (SALM) programme. Following completion of the SALM programme, Tribal expects to be providing student management systems to over 25% of schools across Australia. The acquisition is expected to be earnings accretive in its first full year in the Tribal Group. Total consideration for the entire share capital of Human Edge on a debt-free/cash-free basis will be A$15.23 million, satisfied in cash. The unaudited revenue and normalised operating profit of Human Edge for the year ended 30 June 2013 was A$7.3m and A$2.0m respectively and the value of gross assets at that date was A$13.0m. Keith Evans, Chief Executive of Tribal, commented: "Our strategic focus is to deliver technology-based systems and solutions which support management teams across education institutions. Bringing together Human Edge with our work for the New South Wales SALM programme establishes Tribal as a leading provider of schools management solutions in Australia and enhances our existing global credentials in schools student management systems."'
I agree with you, OXMAN.
Tribal says outlook unchanged but must be some impact. Shame as I like the story but feel it is sensible to wait for next results now.
its the oxman
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