Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tristel Plc LSE:TSTL London Ordinary Share GB00B07RVT99 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% 265.00p 260.00p 270.00p 265.00p 265.00p 265.00p 5,096 08:00:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 20.3 4.0 8.1 32.9 113.90

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/1/2018
10:00
Sorry Piedro - the comment was in jest as I know full well Liz (who I have met many times) is the board FD; I just thought Oakley was inflating his role.
glaws2
17/1/2018
09:39
Liz Dixon - Chief Financial Officer Joined in July 2007 Glaws2, - Paul Oakley may be Finance Director but not a member of the BoD - from website Board of Directors Francisco Soler Paul Swinney Liz Dixon Paul Barnes David Orr Tom Jenkins
piedro
17/1/2018
09:08
Paul Oakley - Finance Director at Tristel Solutions and Group Head of Finance Joined in June 2010 - I have been involved in and been the lead on operating system implementations. The most recent, being the lead on a group wide roll-out of SAP Business One, on HANA, the roll-out included the UK, Germany, New Zealand, Hong Kong and China. - Through my roles I have produced and now oversee the production of monthly management accounts but also monthly business wide reporting. Cashflow, Treasury management, payroll and HR are overseen by myself and the I.T department reports. The production of year end accounts and seeing them through successful audits are my responsibility also [Source: LinkedIn]
piedro
17/1/2018
08:52
Tim Newton - Head of Global IT & Systems at Tristel plc Joined in August 2014 Manage and maintain all aspects of the IT for over 100 users across 4 branches globally which include Newmarket, Berlin, Shanghai, Tauranga (New Zealand). • Worldwide roll out of SAP Business One Hana (ERP system) for 4 branches with zero downtime and impact to the daily running of the business. ... ... [Source: LinkedIn] - it has taken him 3½ yrs to roll out the system !!
piedro
17/1/2018
07:43
New finance director there !
glaws2
17/1/2018
00:49
It's nothing to do with the share price or the accounts It's about what makes the company 'tick' :-)
piedro
17/1/2018
00:42
Tristel cleans up its approach to data with SAP Business One and Codestone SAP Business One Published on 1 Nov 2017 Tristel manufactures infection and contamination control products for medical instruments and surfaces in hospitals, veterinary practices and cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies. Tristel was struggling to consolidate data from multiple branches, which created inconsistencies across the business. It chose SAP Business One for its flexibility, multi-language support and intuitive user interface. Now it can connect all of its entities worldwide, with real-time visibility into operations and finances, which enables head office to be more supportive and collaborative. As Tristel grows and develops new markets and entities, it has confidence that SAP Business One will grow side-by-side. hTTps://youtu.be/NC-Dz5gpca0
piedro
16/1/2018
10:02
A second market_fly - hopefully only for overseas sales, - or has the UK become multilingual?
piedro
16/1/2018
09:34
and here it is ... ... with multi-lingual label and user guide including 22 languages https://tinyurl.com/y6vy34ag
piedro
12/1/2018
15:38
Tristel Global‏ @TristelGlobal Great morning shooting Tristel Duo OPH with @PaulCookVisuals! #trainingportal #comingsoon
piedro
05/1/2018
13:04
Bamboo, Thank you for the interesting post. As with Pierdo, a chart would be very useful if you can squeeze the time as I'm guessing this is based on chart analysis which is an area that I am interested in understanding much more than I already do. Which is not a lot! Any tips on books, references, guides or other ways to get me started (consider me a beginner) would be greatly appreciated and earn you a virtual pint (or a real one if you are any where near SW Scotland) ;-) Zim PS: Piedro, much the same as I expect although it would be nice if we're both wrong and it is better than "not much".
zimbtrader
04/1/2018
12:41
Thank you bamboo2 A chart would be useful - my sharescope is having an off-season Zimtrader, I assume greater than £1.9m but not too much
piedro
04/1/2018
12:06
Piedro, Price has fallen below LT lower trendline, 50, and now 200sma Current chart pattern is a Falling Wedge with downbreak. Target price is approx 215. This coincides with historical support. Three potential apex based turns currently, 17/1/2018, 1/2/2018, 2/4/2018
bamboo2
04/1/2018
11:46
The phrasing "no less than £1.9 million" is interesting. Perhaps leaving open the possibility of a higher figure? The recent drops in the SP, off the back of fairly insignificant volume, is a little concerning but I smell a possible buying opportunity. The only worry is if there is some negative news - or rumours of negative news - also on the way... Any other thoughts or insights welcomed!
zimbtrader
04/1/2018
11:16
sp fall on the run up to the interim results {20 Febuary} what do the chartists say? support around £2.2? from the AGM statement ... "We expect unaudited pre-tax profit for the first half to be no less than £1.9 million, compared to £1.7 million for the same period last year. Both figures are before share-based payments. Tristel continues to perform in line with management's expectations and our strategic financial goals. Is growth slowing? pbt @ £1.90m = 11.8% pbt @ £1.95m = 14.7%
piedro
20/12/2017
12:28
Le Docteur Frost est venu chercher sa commande en personne aujourd'hui 😉 Dokter Frost kwam zijn bestelling persoonlijk afhalen vandaag 😉 ☃️€717;️❄️☃ʊ39; @TristelGlobal #desinfection #desinfectie #medischehulpmiddelen #dispositifmedical #infectiepreventie
piedro
14/12/2017
13:39
THIS IS WHAT ENDING CERVICAL CANCER DEATHS IN A GENERATION LOOKS LIKE https://tinyurl.com/ya4tkg7h
piedro
06/12/2017
12:25
Tristel Global‏ @TristelGlobal Visit us at #EuroEcho2017 - Stand A340 - Ask about the Tristel Trio Wipes System, the complete solution for the high-level disinfection of non-lumened medical devices! @escardio
piedro
06/12/2017
08:29
from Anistel competitor ... MEDIMARK SCIENTIFIC‏ @ANIGENEHLD4V Ever have tarnished instruments, dulled stainless steel cages and worktops? Try the Ultra SSC Stainless Steel Conditioner from @MediMarkSci https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHZdYaqJlNE&feature=youtu.be
piedro
23/11/2017
23:48
This is what I was disagreeing with Brian. "That is bonkers and provides NO incentive to directors to fight for all share holders interests rather than purely their own." This implies that the directors can act as if they have a controlling interest, whereas any offer would need I'm sure, 75% shareholder approval. Should the sky fall in as in your scenario then the size of an offer would be dependant on the exact circumstances and might be at any level. If an offer were to be accepted by shareholders, I don't see any problem in the holders of options cashing in at the change of control, what difference is that going to make to me or any other shareholder and to repeat, it isn't going to make a low-ball offer acceptable. If the directors are at any time guilty of "substantial under performance" then they should be voted out, I think the chairman who has bought over 8million shares on the market would align with my interests and so would the institutional holders so I'm not worried.
melton john
23/11/2017
20:39
MJ, why wouldn't shareholders accept a bid at £1? I don't understand your logic. Envisage the situation where the company fails in its efforts to enter the US market. A strong competitor emerges in the ClO2 space. Further; a rival technology has started gaining traction, and is fast-tracked by NICE, etc. In such circumstances Tristel will no longer be awarded a premium rating. Sales start to fall, and overheads now look onerous. The share price has dropped into the low 30s. It's all doom and gloom for shareholders. Then, along comes a bid, pitched at 95p. Why are these large holders going to say NO? Is there something special about them, that they don't recognise a generous bid? You might think that such a circumstance is never going to happen for one reason or another, but that's not the point! The point is why adopt a scheme that rewards management for substantial under-performance. It's simply wrong. If the exercise price for the options was simply set close to the current price, or if the performance conditions applied equally in the case of a takeover, we wouldn't even need to think of such things. Management got their options scheme badly wrong last time, and should be more careful this time around. Afterall, it not like it's hard to get it right!
briangeeee
23/11/2017
15:38
Thanks Melton. I had missed that detail (that it would be dilutive). I am still, nevertheless, minded to vote against the motion as a matter of principle. It still enables the directors to walk off with money for nothing (effectively) regardless of the price. HAD the motion proposed that the shares vest on any change of control provided the share price is, say, no lower than 10% of the average share price on the day the motion is passed (assuming it is), then I would be more comfortable that they will act in the best interests of ALL shareholders rather than just themselves. It smacks a little too much of greed for my liking...
zimbtrader
22/11/2017
17:25
I think you are worrying unduly. If you look at the list of shareholders hTTp://www.tristel.com/investor-centre/director-substantial-shareholdings The directors don't have enough voting power to sell out cheaply, even without outside shareholders, the chairman has more shares than all the others put together. Regarding the price paid, the shares have a nominal 1p value and new shares would be issued and allotted at this value. There would not be any requirement for a premium of any sort. The only cost to other holders would be the dilutive effect of 990,000 extra shares. Read any of the issue of equity announcements for confirmation.
melton john
22/11/2017
16:30
I've no major issue with the shares vesting at the achievement levels sent but it sticks in my craw that they will be so cheap given the company will have to find the difference for, you guessed it, shareholders fund. Put simply, Director A pays 1p per share, TSTL - the company - finds the remaining 349p to fund the purchase of the share - more if the price has passed beyond that point. Where are they going to get that from any who suffers the disadvantage? I also vehemently dislike the "all shares vest on a change of control of the company" regardless of the the value of the shares. That is bonkers and provides NO incentive to directors to fight for all share holders interests rather than purely their own. Therefore, I will vote against this proposal on all 4 of the ISA/SIPP accounts I control.
zimbtrader
22/11/2017
11:34
Content, not happy. I am talking about the amount they have to pay for the option shares once they vest which is 1 penny per share. so they make a profit of 99p per share even if the price when they exercise is only £1. and in the event of a change of control the vesting conditions do not apply. so the company could be sold below the vesting price and the option holders would still make a huge profit.
cameronm
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