Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intermediate Capital LSE:ICP London Ordinary Share GB00BYT1DJ19 ORD 26 1/4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.13% 765.00p 766.50p 767.00p 770.00p 760.00p 764.50p 530,112 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 449.3 158.8 41.9 18.3 2,219.74

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Intermediate Capital Daily Update: Intermediate Capital is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ICP. The last closing price for Intermediate Capital was 766p.
Intermediate Capital has a 4 week average price of 694.50p and a 12 week average price of 680p.
The 1 year high share price is 770p while the 1 year low share price is currently 445.30p.
There are currently 290,162,093 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 877,762 shares. The market capitalisation of Intermediate Capital is £2,219,740,011.45.
pvb: Final dividend (15.8p), Special dividend (63.4p) and share consolidation (8 for 9) gone through on 5th August.
speedsgh: Not sure of reason for today's drop. Liberum have today downgraded ICP to HOLD with 692p price target but can't imagine that is the reason. XD for 15.8p final ordinary dividend is 16/6 so that is not relevant. The following is from the Final Results rns re the proposed 63.4p special dividend: "The special dividend, with an associated share consolidation to maintain, as far as possible, the share price before and after the special dividend, will be subject to shareholder approval at the Annual General Meeting on 21 July 2016. The ex-dividend, record and payment dates for the special dividend and the share consolidation factor will be set out in the AGM circular to shareholders." AFAICS the AGM circular has not been released yet. HTTP://
pvb: Half year results:
speedsgh: from ICP AGM/special dividend/share consolidation circular which has now been voted through + come into effect... SHARE CONSOLIDATION As is common when an amount representing a significant proportion of the market capitalisation of a company is returned to shareholders, the Board recommends that the Special Dividend is combined with the Share Consolidation. The Share Consolidation is intended, as far as possible, to maintain the comparability of the Company’s share price before and after the Special Dividend. The total amount of the Special Dividend is equivalent to approximately 13.96% of the market capitalisation of the Company (adjusted to take account of the proposed Final Dividend) as at 4 June 2015 (being the latest practicable date prior to the publication of this circular). The effect of the Share Consolidation will be to reduce the number of Shares in issue by approximately the same percentage, with the result that Shareholders will receive six New Ordinary Shares for every seven Existing Ordinary Shares held at the Second Record Date. It is anticipated, therefore, that the market price of each Share should remain at a broadly similar level following the Special Dividend and the Share Consolidation. Shareholders will still hold the same proportion of the Company’s ordinary share capital as before the Share Consolidation (subject to the treatment of any fractional entitlements). Although the New Ordinary Shares will have a different nominal value, they will carry equivalent rights under the Company’s Articles of Association to the Existing Ordinary Shares currently in issue. The payment of any fractional amounts arising from the Share Consolidation will be made separately to the relevant Shareholders.
deadly: Santar, it's an old chestnut. The business profits give rise to excess cash whether due to sales of investments or otherwise and the company is giving you the benefits, as you say, of sharing in those profits, like so many other good companies do via divis or buy-backs. I personally don't care about receiving dividends, which simply reduce the share price equally, but don't complain if they want to make these, it's swings and roundabouts.
its the oxman: Management will be meeting institutional investors today, tomorrow and next week probably. They have a good story to tell and it will be interesting to see how the share price responds. AUM are set to grow well which always helps.
speedsgh: Worth noting this: "It is proposed that the £300m capital return will be by way of a special dividend, with an associated share consolidation to maintain, as far as possible, the comparability of the share price before and after the special dividend."
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stemis: A few things concern me about this share. 1. Although the company made a PBT of £137m, £125m of it was just a transfer from reserves i.e. it was an accounting entry to recognise the crystallisation of gains taken to reserves in past years. In terms of actual 'value' created by the company in the year, it was relatively little. 2. How much of the share price support is being generated by the share buyback. When that ends what will happen to the price? 3. The company seems to be/have been going through a change of business from a provider of Mezzanine and debt to a VC type investor. Why change a business which has been successful for 20 years chasing what they obviously consider easier money?
lab305: pvb you are too cautious. They have put a share buyback scheme in place for up to £100m as the shares are far too cheap and they can save money by buying the shares up rather than paying 5% on them. So far they have only spent about £4.5m so plenty more to go. Around £4.80 would be a fair price not £4, and in the extremely low interest environment we are in the stock looks even more attractive. Profits are up and prospects look good for the future. Full year results: Despite reported progress at the specialist asset manager, the share price retreated in early morning UK stockmarket trading, falling by over 3%. The Chief Executive noted that "Intermediate Capital Group (ICG) has delivered a good set of results, with steady overall growth in group profits up 11% and a strong increase in third party Assets Under Management (AUM) at a time when assets have exited our portfolios at a record rate due to favourable market conditions. We continue to fund raise well and develop new opportunities for investors in line with our strategy to develop our third party fund management business." Profit at its Investment Company rose to £140.1 million compared to £107.9 million in the prior year, whilst profit generated by the Fund Management business declined to £35 million (£40.4 million). The Chief Executive went on to note that "in light of ICG's strong financial discipline and balance sheet we are increasing our dividend by 5% for this year and announcing a share buyback programme of up to £100 million as we seek to balance returns to shareholders and further investment in growing our fund management capabilities." Consensus analyst opinion currently points towards a buy
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