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Sthree Reports Q3 Group Net Fees Up 4%
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Franklin Templeton Institutional Cuts Stake To 4.37% From 9.69% In SThree As Of July 16 - Filing
SThree plc is an international staffing company, which provides specialist recruitment services in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) industries. The Company provides permanent and contract staff to sectors, including information and communication technology (ICT), banking and finance, life sciences, engineering and energy. The Company's segments include the United Kingdom & Ireland (UK&I), Continental Europe, the USA, and Asia Pacific & Middle East (APAC & ME). The Company's recruitment brands include Computer Futures, Progressive Recruitment, Huxley and Real Staffing. The Company's other brands include Global Enterprise Partners, Hyden, JP Gray, Madison Black, Newington International and Orgtel. The Company delivers contract, permanent, projects, retained and executive search recruitment solutions. Its support and mobility services offer contracting, relocation and relevant visa support. It provides resources to support its brands with contractor services.
75 King William Street
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
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Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Steve C. Hornbuckle
Group Company Secretary, Legal Director
Barrie C. Brien
Non-Executive Independent Director
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British recruiting firm SThree Plc reported a 4% rise in net fees for the third quarter on Friday as robust hiring overseas more than offset weakness at home.
Recruiter SThree Plc <STHR.L> posted an 18% rise in pretax profit in the first half of the year, bolstered by strong international hiring as it battles a significant slowdown in a British home market whose influence on its overall performance is declining fast.
Recruiter SThree Plc posted a 9 percent rise in first-quarter gross profit on Friday as strong hiring in international markets offset weakness in Britain.
British recruiting company SThree Plc named Mark Dorman as chief executive officer on Thursday, replacing Gary Elden whose departure was announced last year.
British recruiting firm SThree Plc <STHR.L> announced the departure of its CEO on Friday, while also raising its forecast for annual profits led by stronger demand for hiring in international markets.
Recruiting firm SThree Plc <STHR.L> reported an 11 percent rise in gross profit for the first half of 2018 on Friday, as strong growth in continental Europe and the United States more than offset a slide in UK business.
British recruiting firm SThree Plc reported an 11 percent rise in gross profit for the first half of 2018 on Friday, helped by continued strength in its continental European operations.
* "ENCOURAGING OVERALL RESULT FOR 2017, WITH GROUP BUSINESS PROFILE CONTINUING TO REMIX TO CONTRACT AND INTERNATIONAL MARKETS"
British recruiting firm SThree Plc <STHR.L> said on Friday adjusted full-year pretax profit was expected to slightly exceed market consensus, helped by strength in Continental Europe and the energy-market linked business in the United States.
* ADJUSTED PROFIT BEFORE TAX FOR THE YEAR EXPECTED TO BE SLIGHTLY AHEAD OF CURRENT MARKET CONSENSUS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bangalore.firstname.lastname@example.org)
British recruiting firm SThree Plc said on Friday it expected adjusted pretax profit for the year to be slightly ahead of market consensus, helped by strong performance in the United States and Continental Europe.
* Commencing consultation with employees on proposed relocation of support functions away from london headquarters to new facility in another uk city
* Steve Quinn, executive director and CEO, Americas, will step down from board, with effect from 30 September 2017 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
British recruiting firm SThree <STHR.L> expects annual adjusted pretax profit to be above the market consensus, helped by a strong performance in continental Europe and the United States, its two biggest markets, the company said on Friday.
British recruiting firm SThree expects full-year adjusted pretax profit to be ahead of the consensus, helped by a strong performance in continental Europe and the United States, its two biggest markets, the company said on Friday.
Recruiting firm SThree <STHR.L> said on Friday its energy business was less reliant on the oil and gas sector that has been hit by low energy prices, and it was putting less focus on investment banking where Brexit led to a hiring freeze.
British recruiting firm SThree reported a rise in gross profit at constant currency for the first half, helped by strong performance in continental Europe and the United States, its two biggest markets.
British recruiting firm SThree <STHR.L> reported flat gross profit at constant currency for the first quarter, held back by a slower UK and Ireland market following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
British recruiting firm SThree reported flat gross profit at constant currency for the first quarter, held back by a slower UK and Ireland market following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Recruiter SThree <STHR.L> said annual profit would exceed market expectations as strong growth in the United States and Europe more than made up for a slowdown in hiring in its domestic business following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
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