Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Capita Group LSE:CPI London Ordinary Share GB00B23K0M20 ORD 2.066666P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.08% 614.00p 612.00p 612.50p 615.00p 609.00p 610.50p 3,224,097 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4,836.9 55.6 8.0 77.1 4,095.66

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Capita Group Daily Update: Capita Group is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CPI. The last closing price for Capita Group was 613.50p.
Capita Group has a 4 week average price of 690.95p and a 12 week average price of 898.61p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,306p while the 1 year low share price is currently 572.50p.
There are currently 667,045,720 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,986,577 shares. The market capitalisation of Capita Group is £4,095,660,720.80.
mj19: Woodford newsThe largest detractor from performance was Capita, which issued a profit warning towards the end of the month. We have always accepted that there was some cyclicality within Capita's business but a number of other issues have arisen, some of which are one-off in nature. As you would expect, we have met the management to delve more deeply into the issues that the company faces and are reassured that the company is already doing some of the things it needs to do in order to restore the business to a healthier growth trajectory.Although the market is clearly worried about the sustainability of Capita's dividend and the prospect of a dilutive rights issue, we are confident that the dividend is safe and that an equity issue will not be required. Nevertheless, this was clearly a disappointing update from the business but, as is so often the case in these situations, the market's reaction looks disproportionate. We added slightly to the holding towards the end of the month at a very depressed share price level.
patientcapital: Sends a poor signal when just 2.42% of someone's base salary is invested in the business. A reminder of what these people are paid by you who have seen your investment perform very poorly this year: Directors’ remuneration report continued In summary, our Executive Directors’ pay arrangements for 2016 will comprise the following elements: Element of pay Details Performance conditions Base salary CEO £600,000 FD £410,000 Other Directors £360,000 n/a Pension 5% of salary n/a Benefits Private medical insurance, company car allowance, work travel and accommodation n/a Annual bonus Maximum potential of 200% of salary, half paid in cash and half deferred in shares for three years Underlying Group profit before tax LTIP Award of shares worth (at grant) 300% of salary for the CEO and 250% of salary for other Directors 75% based on EPS, 25% based on ROCE. Share price underpin. No changes are proposed to the incentive structure for Executive Directors for 2016. The bonus targets and performance conditions for the LTIP awards to be made in 2016 have been set in line with the remuneration policy, the Board’s review of the business plan for 2016 and the Group’s key strategic objectives. Malus and Clawback Malus and Clawback provisions apply to all incentive awards granted to Executive Directors since 2015. These provisions would permit the Committee to recover bonus awards for up to three years after the determination of the annual bonus and up to the fifth anniversary of the grant of LTIP awards. Shareholder views Details of voting on remuneration resolutions at the AGM in May 2015 are set out on page 127. We were pleased to receive strong shareholder support with a positive vote for our remuneration report at the AGM in 2015 of 97%. I hope you will find this report to be clear and helpful in understanding our remuneration practices and that you will be supportive of the resolution relating to remuneration at the AGM. The Committee seeks to respond to shareholders’ expectations of remuneration reporting and welcomes any feedback. John Cresswell Chair, Remuneration Co
mj19: Capita Coming in as the ninth largest holding in Woodford's fund (2.94% of the fund) is another lesser known stock, Capita (LSE: CPI), which specialises in business process outsourcing and professional services for public and private sector clients. Another company with a consistent track record, Capita has seen its revenue grow from £2,744m in FY2010 to £4,674m in FY2015, a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.2% and its share price enjoyed an excellent run between 2012 and 2015, rising from around 600p to over 1,300p in three years. However in February this year, the company's shares fell to a two-year low after it announced that both the value of its bid pipeline and the average length of its contracts had fallen, and the share price has continued to drift lower since, now down almost 14% year-to-date. An update in May revealed that the company had enjoyed a "solid start to the year" and with the stock trading on an undemanding P/E ratio of 14.1 times next year's earnings, with a dividend yield of 3.1%, it might be worth following in Neil Woodford's footsteps and buying on share price weakness.
jambo192: "The concerns that we highlighted in Q1 are now in the price. Growth expectations are likely to be cut too far during post-Brexit hysteria. C.30% share price underperformance (-6m): Capita has fallen to our (much reduced) target price faster than we had expected, with understandable concerns about HMG paralysis post Brexit at the front of investors’ minds. Post the excitement of Brexit, we’re sticking with our 4%+ organic growth target for next year. We base this on a six- year contract length and 50% win rate on Feb’s £4.7bn pipeline (both conservative), and on 3% attrition and a 1% fall in the transactional business. The majority of the pipeline is not public sector." Panmure note just out: Https://
philanderer: Capita shares continue to slide as analysts cut their recommendations following the outsourcing group’s results last week and news that its chairman was stepping down. It is down nearly 3% at £10.01, with Berenberg reducing its target price from £11.60 to £10.90 with a hold rating and Panmure Gordon repeating its sell advice. Panmure analyst Michael Donnelly said: The heavy fall in the share price post Capita’s prelims and the exit of its chairman [Martin Bolland], plus yet another change to segmental P&L and higher debt levels from public bond issues does not yet reflect the potentially significant new levels of risk in the business. Free cash flow growth at around 4% compound annual growth rate is not enough for us. Keep selling. We cut our target price to 900p (12.2 times PE) from 1000p on higher net debt and lower free cash flow. [We have] concerns on goodwill, growth, cash and quality of earnings. Donnelly said he also expected more impairment charges after Capita announced £105m from two divisions. Meanwhile Berenberg said: Capita’s 2015 results were largely in line with expectations, driven by 4% organic growth and a 20 basis point underlying margin expansion (up 40 basis points including disposals). While management guides for “at least” the same level of organic expansion in 2016, the company has its work cut out, considering it currently has visibility on only one quarter of that growth. With returns and free cash flow generation likely to decline further in 2016 following the contraction in 2015, we maintain our hold recommendation. HTTP://
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hyden: Bought in this morning. Am hoping the market has mis-priced the news and we will see a steady increase in the share price from here. The increase in volume lends support to that view.
mali7: It was good at £8.30, but I then expressed that it was a quick move up there. Anyway with double dip recession now, once fully priced into shares will see this one around 640-670p. I will review situation then and maybe add if world economy & UK also look a bit better, at the moment no chance. Now just wondered, CPI, has been buying own shares since £8.20 level, was that good use of share holders funds? I would keep the money and buy back shares only when the share price itself is strugling, due to say market sentiment or short seller pressure etc Otherwise why waste share holders cash money? Every purchase they make is currently losing value day by day. Also even a child could tell that they were buying near all-time high values. I just dont get it, sorry, why buy when near high? They should have just kept the money and bought if share price falls to all time low or give it to share holders in the form of special div. Anyway good luck all investing.
bountyhunter: £1.88? How many years ago was that option price set - the CPI share price has been above £2 for at least the last 5 years: free stock charts from
trt: When the news came it was a typical over reaction by the market. Once traders / brokers looked at the bigger picture and realised the loss of profit ( only £10m pa ) is so small, the shares recovered and are continuing to do so. The CIS news ( worth £27m pa over twice the profit made on the congestion charge ) unfortunately came on a general bad day for the stock market as a whole so it was overlooked and CPI share price didn't react as it might otherwise have done.
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