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Norkom Group Share Discussion Threads
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|I am desperately seeking a way of delaying my acceptance of this offer until after 5 Apr, or I will pay CGT on it.
Now it's become Unconditional, it looks as though, even if I don't accept, the compulsary purchase could well take place before then.
I am looking into the possibility of Loan Notes, but can find no reference to them in the Offer Document. Are these only available at the discretion of the company(ies) concerned?|
|I was beginning to think noone had noticed the RNSs!|
|Interesting RNS re 'possible offer'! Half an hour after the close, so I wonder how it will affect the price on Monday.....|
|Hi G - you've got mail !|
|Despite someone dumping 432K @62.7p in the morning the MMs marked the share price up on subsequent minimal volumes. Wonder whether we have seen the bottom here now !|
|Unforgiving markets could drive it further down;
Main support in the upper 50s.|
|I am not touching these till they get to around their value in cash...i.e. 34p|
|alot of contracts being deffered, this will be cheap at some point, but I aint catching a falling knife, better elsewhere, like you say scsw....timimg!|
|Not a lot of interest here, there is 34p cash to bolster a share price of 40p.
Believe it or not NORK was main write up in SCSW at the weekend...timing !!
that's why I came to have a look.
There are always those unpleasant surprises round the corner or is it a buying opp. The 10% spread is off putting though.|
|all the way down to 40p??|
|THE fraud busting software specialist Norkom celebrated a year on the Stock Exchange yesterday with the publication of annual results showing a 40pc climb in earnings to 4.5m for the year ending March 31 2007.
Announcing details of the company's results, chief executive Paul Karley said the aim now is to install the firm as number one in its market sector, although he said if this was judged in terms of revenue growth and profit margins, it was probably already there.
Norkom produces software used by banks to track down and prevent financial crime as well as packages which allow firms to deal with compliance issues. It has clients spread across the globe, including those in the home market, the UK, US, Canada, Continental Europe and Australia.
One of the biggest sellers relates to money laundering. Norkom software operates by tracking the pattern of transactions and allowing the bank to pinpoint whether any crime is taking place. The company is aiming for a market share in the region of about 30pc from early teen estimates now.
The group, which listed on the AIM and IEX markets in June last year, enjoyed revenue growth of 38pc to 20.5m and saw its gross profit margin rise from 60pc to 65pc. Mr Karley said the big rise in margins allowed it increase its investment in R&D by 50pc while the sales and marketing spend was up by 61pc.
"Being able to make these investments in 2007 positions us well to take advantage of the numerous opportunities our market presents.
"Our market sector continues to grow, driven by both business and regulatory issues, increasing the demand for our solutions and expertise around the globe," Mr Karley said.
Last year it secured 17 new customers while revenue from existing clients grew by 70pc. The results drew a thumbs-up from analysts with Goodbody's Gerry Hennigan stating the outcome "was all the more impressive given currency head winds, by way of a weak dollar euro biased cost base.|
|Opening their new Sydney office tomorrow (Dec 7)
6.00pm to 8.30pm, Thursday the 7th of December 2006
Marble Bar, Hilton Hotel, 488 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Join Norkom Technologies' celebration of the opening of our new Sydney-based operations
PS: AIM volume seems to occur once a month on this stock. On a Tuesday. Whassat about?|
|liar you have any figures on this one?
i hear their in 23.1 mil euro debt.|
|Nice rise here today.|
|Tole,is Shane Reihill still chairman of Norkom?|
And a bit more here...
|oops - missed this one yesterday:
Norkom Group plc ("Norkom" or the "Company")
6 July 2006
The Company was informed on 3 July 2006 that on 30 June 2006 177,441 ordinary
shares of Euro0.01 each were transferred from Paul Kerley, Chief Executive Officer
of Norkom Group plc to Davycrest Nominees Limited and 13,923 ordinary shares of
Euro0.01 each were transferred from Paul Kerley to Karl O'Connell.
Paul Kerley was holding 177,441 ordinary shares in trust for Davycrest Nominees
Limited and 13,923 ordinary shares in trust for Karl O'Connell and does not or
did not have a beneficial interest in the 191,364 ordinary shares.
Subsequent to the transfers, Paul Kerley's shareholding is 5,908,485 ordinary
shares, representing 7.34% of the Company's total issued ordinary share capital,
of which Paul Kerley holds 299,748 in trust for third parties.|
|Norkom Group plc ("Norkom" or the "Company")
7 July 2006
Allotment of Shares
Application has been made to the London Stock Exchange and the Irish Stock
Exchange for 140,040 new ordinary shares of Euro0.01 each in the capital of the
Company to be admitted to trading on the AIM and IEX Markets of the London Stock
Exchange and Irish Stock Exchanges.
These ordinary shares have been allotted pursuant to the exercise of employee
share options on 7 July 2006, and application has been made for these shares to
be admitted to the AIM and IEX Markets of the London Stock Exchange and Irish
Stock Exchanges on 13 July 2006. These ordinary shares rank pari passu in all
respects with the existing ordinary shares of the Company.|
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