Galliford Try returns to profit & resumes dividend, Piri increases digital asset investment & Vadim Alexandre on Allergy Therapeutics

Justin Waite
Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
13:27, 4th March 2021

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Galliford Try returns to profit & resumes dividend, Piri increases Digital Asset investment & Vadim Alexandre on Allergy Therapeutics

Andrew Duxbury, Finance Director of Galliford Try #GFRD FOLLOW discusses their half year report where they've returned to profitability and have resumed the dividend.

Galliford Try is a trading name of Galliford Try Holdings plc, a leading UK construction group listed on the London Stock Exchange. Operating as Galliford Try and Morrison Construction, the group carries out building and infrastructure projects with clients in the public, private and regulated sectors across the UK.

Nick Lee, Investment Director and David Palumbo, Non-Executive Director of Pires Investment #PIRI FOLLOW talks about their increase in exposure to digital assets and other investments.

Pires Investments plc (AIM: PIRI) is an investment company providing investors with access to a portfolio of next generation technology businesses with significant growth potential. The Company is building an investment portfolio of high-tech businesses across areas such as Artificial Intelligence ("AI"), Internet of Things ("IoT"), Cyber Security, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality ("AR/VR"), Big Data and digital assets which the Board believes demonstrate evidence of traction and the potential for exponential growth, due to increasing global demand for development in these sectors.

(Interview starts at 7 minutes 43 seconds)

Vadim Alexandre, Head of Healthcare at SP Angel discusses Allergy Therapeutics #AGY FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 16 minutes 40 seconds)

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