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|KCOM Group appoints Jane Aikman as Chief Financial Officer
KCOM Group today announces that Jane Aikman has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer and will join the Board with immediate effect.
Jane has held a number of Executive level positions, including her most recent role as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer for Phoenix IT Group Plc up until its acquisition by, and merger with, Daisy Group.
Previously, she was Chief Financial Officer of Infinis plc, Wilson Bowden plc and Pressac plc. She spent five years in South East Asia with Asia Pulp and Paper Co Limited and three years as an internal audit manager with GEC Alsthom. She qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young.
Bill Halbert, Chief Executive said "I am delighted to welcome Jane to the company and to the Board. She brings with her a wealth of relevant industry experience and will give fresh perspectives to discussions at both a Board and senior leadership level. I look forward to working with her."
Jane will stand for election by the shareholders at the company's AGM in July 2017.
As previously announced, Paul Simpson resigned from the company's Board as planned on 30 September 2016. The Group will announce its interim results on 29 November 2016.
For the purposes of Listing Rule 9.6.13, Jane was a Director of Infinis Plc from July 2007 to March 2012, Halma Plc from August 2007 to July 2016 and Phoenix IT Group Plc from August 2012 to July 2015. Jane was a Director of Pressac plc and Pressac Investments Limited when an administrative receiver was appointed to each of those companies on 17 March 2006. Jane has confirmed that, other than as set out in this announcement, there are no further disclosures to be made under Listing Rule 9.6.13.
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|Is there a light at the end of the tunnel? After years of treading water they are suddenly rising. Perhaps their inherent value is starting to look tempting to those across the water who would like to buy a British Telecom co. at a knockdown price relative to pre referendum value.|
|Is there anything going on here?
I see the Director changes and a strong rise in the share price for no obvious reason.
I have held KCOM for several years and it pays a good divi but no growth.|
|Peel Hunt Buy 115.00 - 150.00 Initiates/Starts|
|yield excellent and well underpinned
but growth prospects limited|
|At todays price the yield is still a very attractive 5.5%|
|Thanks Graham. There aren't many companies out there with low p/e, decent bottom line profits, manageable debt and paying dividends. I know the company has warned that profits might be squeezed through increased investment in infrastructure but it still looks undervalued.|
|It was extremely good value at around 95p.
Now it's just good value (ie without the prefix of "extremely"), with an excellent dividend yield and reasonable capital appreciation prospects.
Oh, and an outside chance of being an acquisition target.|
|Am I missing something or is KCOM extremely good value !|
|Sorry I was referring to Talk Talk|
|Try 8 historic|
|According the site its PE ratio is over 1000 so what am I missing otherwise its grossly overpriced|
|Do what I did.Sell KCOM,and put it in TALK,for better growth,and Dividend !!!|
|The company has already said it expects EBITDA to fall this year. I cant see the share price doing too much.|
|Off we go again|
|Good article on proactive investors, won't let me post link.|
|Solid dependable yield keeps this going imo|
|Why the continued rise ?|
|Anything said at the AGM?|
|This seems to want to go up, hopefully get to 115p and it's Ex the 3.94p dividend|
|you are not the only one who got it wrong.
Uncertain Markets due to the referendum about EU. IMHO if we come out you will see a significant drop in share prices in general.|
|Uncertain Markets due to the referendum about EU. IMHO if we come out you will see a significant drop in share prices in general.|