Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intercede Grp LSE:IGP London Ordinary Share GB0003287249 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% 63.50p 58.00p 65.00p - - - 0 07:30:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 11.0 -1.9 -2.1 - 31.00

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04/10/201619:22Intercede - global leader in identity management3,699
19/8/200923:23Intercede, 100% losses on this hyped up tech stock36
04/8/200823:04My next tip of the year10
03/8/200818:00Intercede - Huge Potential123

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Intercede Grp Daily Update: Intercede Grp is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGP. The last closing price for Intercede Grp was 63.50p.
Intercede Grp has a 4 week average price of 62.05p and a 12 week average price of 81.41p.
The 1 year high share price is 154p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 48,820,547 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,305 shares. The market capitalisation of Intercede Grp is £31,001,047.35.
jambo192: Update from finnCap on Intercede's profit warning: "Intercede’s trading update reports a slow start to the current financial year (ending March 2017), with delays continuing in the receipt of anticipated licence orders from both new and existing customers. Revenue is now expected to be lower than last year's record sales of £11.0m, and we review forecasts accordingly. Net cash at year-end is expected to remain robust, at £2.0m. We review our target price to 120p (190p), with share price recovery dependent on proof of execution in both the established MyID and prospective MyTAM and RapID product sets." Full note on Research Tree
hybrasil: Just looked back through old rns s . Company floated Jan 2001 Turnover to 2016 is as follows £M 2 1.2 1.8 1.6 1.8 2.1 2.6 2.8 5.7 6.2 6.9 7.0 6.7 9.8 8.8 11 It did embark on a stupid share back programme from which the share price has never recovered. However its time may finally be coming and I am thinking of having another punt . Any views?
rambutan2: Y/E trading update, brief but no warnings: Also, came across this re the aforementioned android platform - go Korea! hTTp://
raysor: What's happening? Almost 5% rise in share price
rivaldo: Amazing imo that this still has a £54m m/cap after so many wobbles and warnings. Breakeven EBITDA has been pushed back another year yet again to March'16 by Finncap, with revenues for that year still only £12.4m. And as hybrasil says, what a waste of money all those share buybacks at much higher prices have been. Even hybrasil's 75p share price would be a £36m m/cap. The £5m cash pile is slightly reassuring, but if they carry on spending on buybacks keep incurring unexpected losses then that too will decline fast.
felix99: Yes al looks steady as she goes - getting happy with share price where it is now.
pyman: I m still perplexed. Much as i like a share price increasing I d rather see a small outfit like IGP employ some realllly good salesmen than buying back shares...
aphrodites: WJC We can all live with the LTIP providing we can be confident that institutions and shareholders can see that the Board is creating shareholder value. And by shareholder value I mean seeing a gently rising share price on the back of increasing orders and profits. But what have we seen? Over a period of many months, and from what I hear the full knowledge of the CEO, a share price which has been deliberately manipulated to facilitate someone to buy cheap shares! We can gather from your carefully worded comments that there is an institution active in the market buying stock but at a price not much higher than 60p. Is this what a free market is all about? Obviously the IGP Board is aware of this and presumably both Herald and Hargrave Hale as well. Certainly, the MM's are playing ball by not allowing the share price to move far away from the 60p level. And as you should have gathered from my posts, it has been clearly evidently to me that shenanigans have been going on in the market for some time. So now as shareholders we all sit here like a load of dummies and allow the share price to be manipulated to facilitate an institution/someone to buy cheap shares. With the lack of liquidity of this share it is all too easy for an institution and MM to work in league together to create a false market in IGP shares just so that the institution can buy stock. And effectively the IGP Board is assisting them to do so. Is this what we all want as shareholders? Would we all like to receive a 2p dividend or to see the share price nearer to £1 to reflect the true value of the company? It is all very well you saying management can focus on what they do well which is building a global leading business rather than worry about second guessing the City. In this respect they have been providing the City and shareholders with an impeccable track record for the last 2/3 years but no appreciating share value.The share price today is no higher than it was in 2007 and that is after a string of stimulating announcements. I am sorry but the whole picture of events in IGP is one of paying no respect for shareholders like those who post here. The whole sequence of what we are seeing is a CEO and his wife and other directors thinking of only one thing. And that is their own well being in allotting themselves loads of cheap share options and setting the business up to be sold in 2/3 years time. What I cannot understand against this background is why the Board, Herald and Hargrave are all prepared sit back and to allow the share price to be kept artificially low just to allow someone to buy stock at 60p! It would not take a lot of management time to authorise the company broker to buy £1m of shares and see the share price a lot higher. I hope Roger Lawson keeps the pressure up on the Board and we start to see it change its ways. And as a start I would like to see a change of broker!
aphrodites: These share options have clearly been discussed and in the melting pot with the Remuneration Committee for some time. Dare I speculate that the 1p price is more acceptable with the share price at 55p than 85p would have been!!!!!!! And we all know how easy it is to hit the IGP share price on little volume and a few whispers to the MM's that there is selling in the wings. I am totally behind the directors awarding themselves options if at the same time they are creating shareholder value. And of course if they have a suspicion that there is an unwelcome predator in the wings what better way of lining their own pockets while at the same time giving themselves a little more share ammunition to fight off an approach. In a private company of which I am a non-executive director we are presently going through exactly this sort of discussion. But I must admit a price of 1p for options has never entered out discussions!! One could also conclude that vetting the options against meeting certain earnings per share targets over a three year period can only be good for shareholders and the share price. Providing of course the formula is taxing on the directors. Hopefully, the Board will be open with shareholders at the AGM about the STIFF criteria they will be setting themselves. This of course questions what sort of results we are going to see them announce. Stiff criteria announced on the back of excellent results would suggest the Board is expecting spectacular trading going forwards and shareholders will not question the options at all. But a disappointing set of results this time with stiff criteria backed by an upbeat Chairman's statement might appease the situation. Should we prepare ourselves for this? I do not like announcements like this which leave shareholders in the dark. On the other hand if my analysis is backed by excellent results then I am with WJC and I will not object to the options. However, I feel there is more than meets the eye behind the recent weakness in the share price. And I do not believe the recent set-back in the markets has caused the fall from 85p to 50p. Mr Parris purchase of only 10,000 shares was strange in itself and if the company was half-minded it could have easily arrested and reversed the fall by buying 200,000 shares in the open market. I have not been particularly impressed with finnCap's involvement with IGP. This is yet another example recently of some highly paid numb-head advisor,not being in touch or even caring about the small shareholder, and understanding the need to ensure there is more transparency behind what is going on. The AGM could be very interesting.
igoe104: IGP share price has a history of falling june-september. last year it fell to 28p before it went on a strong rally in october. i think its blot up the shutters and look again in october. and set alerts just in case of RNS.
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