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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50 -3.27% 103.50 15,519 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
100.00 107.00 107.00 107.00 107.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 72.95 8.51 3.10 33.4 213
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:16:31 AT 71 107.00 GBX

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Tribal Daily Update: Tribal Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRB. The last closing price for Tribal was 107p.
Tribal Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 95p and a 12 week average price of 95p.
The 1 year high share price is 109p while the 1 year low share price is currently 54p.
There are currently 205,548,309 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 138,040 shares. The market capitalisation of Tribal Group Plc is £212,742,499.82.
tomps2: TRB management team Mark Pickett, CEO & Paul Simpson, CFO present FY20 results to analysts. 2020 was a year of evolution and operational progress. 2021 has started with increased revenue visibility, a strengthened position in South East Asia, and a considerably expanded addressable market through the launch of Tribal Cloud and the imminent launch of Tribal Edge Admissions. To date, the group is trading in line with expectations and is confident to execute against their strategic roadmap. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2021/03/29/tribal-group-trb-full-year-2020-results-analyst-presentation/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/tribal-group-trb-full-year-2020-results-analyst-presentation/
t0pgrader: 11.25m bt today @98p / approx 5% of issued share cap
robin_lemer: Quite possible the Harwood consortium investment group have increased their holding yet again, if so things may get interesting, as they are usually a catalyst for change, ultimately from past experience leading to a far higher share price
shamusor: Half Year results out and no dividend payment as expected. Changing the external auditors after the bad report at the end of last year is a bit suspect, and the directors/board seem to be at pains to state that they believe the company is 'a going concern'. Perhaps stressed too much. Financials do not show any marked improvement and like last year when Tribal had so much trouble, it 'expects' to see revenue improvements in the second half of the year. Given the results from Queensland, NSW and others, and the current resource capacity and capability issues - revenue is still likely to be delayed or stagnant affecting their cash-flow and sustainability. Improvement may happen in the UK where they are improving their government contract extension (like they have in New Zealand), but they are reducing their involvement here. That is not expected to improve in Australia as it is imminent that NSW will announce the signing of a new supplier for the TAFE LMBR program (and likely in the same direction as Queensland - so good for Australian firms and the share market). they have been winding down their pool of core people here for some time since Queensland TAFE announcement and the reduction now seems like the company's main cost-saving strategy. Expect increased competition on the other side of the Tasman as Technology One develop their student apps for that market. Word from Brizzy is they will now develop a New Zealand centric version from next year irrespective of whether they have a client signed up. Too late to capture the university market probably but might make inroads to the TAFE sector which Tribal are hurting in already. Resources are tight on implementation sites and staff from Tribal are being poached by clients everywhere putting pressure on delivery times and expertise available. This has impacted Deakin and evidently Waikato resources in New Zealand. Tough times still ahead for Tribal.
shamusor: Page 13 of the Daily Telegraph - is in print only. IT reboot for TAFES The Baird government will withdraw the controversial Learning Business and Management Reform computer system from TAFEs. Minister for TAFE John Barilaro is expected to make the announcement later this month, after revelations that more than $600 million - more than the total amount budgeted for the entire scheme - had been spent rolling it out to just 229 of 2218 of the state's schools. The scheme, which was championed by Education Minister Adrian Piccolo, has been beset with technical problems and, in some cases, has forced pilot schools to employ extra administrative staff to deal with it. So, this will be front page once formally announced and confirming the recommendation (#14) of the standing committee of the NSW Legislative Council, probably in the next week or two. Then Tribal will have its bank test at the end of the month knowing full well that this value of this contract $67 million) will not be forthcoming and in fact under the contract other costs may be recovered by the State. Other parties to the contract are Anderson Consulting and SAP being the big boys on the block so you know they have their lawyers on speed dial. Then there is Barilaro who is gunning for Piccolo's job as Deputy Leader of the party. Between the formal announcement and the bank test expect Tribal's share price to plummet as the finger pointing starts and the lawyers get involved. It will be stormy days ahead for Tribal as this plays out.
padelicious: a decent analysis on Tribal, and whether is worth it participating into the rights issue hxxp://seekingalpha.co.uk/2016/03/23/tribal-trb-ln-tribe-got-new-chief/
shamusor: University of British Columbia have just announced they are not continuing to implementation with Tribal and are going back out to market (after implementing their Business executive School in July 2015 and completing Design and verification (in February 2016) for the rest of the University. Tribal has also lost their bid for Lincoln University (UK). That's two major pipeline cash flows that the company would have been depending on to get it out of the mire. Tribal has approx 95 million shares (worth about 38 million in market capitalisation) in circulation and at today's price needs to release approx another 90 million to raise the 35 million in capital it needs. That potentially dilutes the shares nearly 50%, with worsening cash flows and prospective pipeline sales. Now a CE who has experience in the AIM market and positioning and sale of companies. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to work out whats going on.
shamusor: Look for news out of Australia (NSW SALM) and Canada (UBC) - coming to a news wire near you soon. If the price continues to raise that the same rate afterwards then I would suggest it is not based on some harsh realities.
topvest: This is all very odd. Maybe they are being bid for. This is not the usual price reaction ahead of a discounted rights issue! RNS long overdue?
janeann: share price does often have a habit of returning to the rights issue price though - it has put me off also. But annoying to watch it go up by30% as an outsider!
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