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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cerillion Plc LSE:CER London Ordinary Share GB00BYYX6C66 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -0.48% 620.00 610.00 630.00 623.00 620.00 623.00 20,494 14:05:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 20.8 2.6 8.8 70.5 183

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/4/2016
10:22
what are pts please?
ali47fish
04/4/2016
10:04
thanks for setting this up. floated on the quiet with only two material new shareholders who have taken big chunks. it was sold on the cheap, 8x EBITDA, and management retain a high level of equity ownership. No broker PTs yet, shore capital will presumably issue a note when the blackout period expires.
oregano
30/3/2016
17:57
Are there any PT's set for this Yet?
sian
30/3/2016
15:50
Currently showing buy and sell at the same price 94p
saj3
29/3/2016
08:05
I thought I'd create this new thread for this recent IPO. Seems like a very interesting company. I hold. Contract news today which bodes well especially if they get the rest of the contracts stated in the admission document.
mg1982
29/3/2016
08:03
What they do: Cerillion is a leading provider of billing, charging and customer management systems with more than 20 years’ experience delivering its solutions across a broad range of industries including the telecommunications, finance, utilities and transportation sectors. Taken from the admission document March 2016: Current trading and prospects Since 30 September 2015, trading in the Group’s core businesses has been in line with management’s expectations. The implementation projects that Cerillion undertakes are typically governed by long term and high value contracts. As a result, the business typically enjoys a high level of forward visibility of revenues through its back order book and annualised support revenue. The Directors estimate that the aggregate value of Cerillion’s back order book and annualised support revenue as at 29 February 2016 stood at approximately £12.7 million, £3.8 million of which was support revenue. The projects within Cerillion’s back order book are typically performed over a period of up to two years. For these purposes, Cerillion calculates its “back order book” as including unperformed, contracted work under purchase orders and contracted work that is still subject to the receipt of purchase orders. The Group is currently in discussions with a large, multi country operator in the Americas, which is an existing customer, with respect to rolling out the Cerillion platform to support additional services and country operations, as well as upgrading existing installations. The project is expected to have a value of $10.3 million, $7.9 million of which is already contracted to be undertaken (and is included in the backlog described above), and will greatly extend Cerillion’s footprint within the customer’s group, with further phases likely to follow in the financial year ending 30 September 2017. The Group is also in contract negotiations with certain other potential customers, including being selected as the preferred bidder by a mobile operator in the Middle East for the provision of the Cerillion platform to support a 4G rollout and subsequent migration of the existing customer base. In November 2015, the Group entered into its first contract for the provision of its new Skyline product, with a UK based energy provider.
mg1982
29/1/2008
09:06
Hi any idea if they have to pay shareholders by a deadline date? Last I heard was end feb earliest!!
td74
13/12/2007
23:56
You will be paid 290p as they have reached there target of 81%
hpreston
12/12/2007
19:04
If we accept the offer, when will we be paid? If we accept now, will we be paid 280p or 290p?
eastwind
10/12/2007
13:25
Well, that's it then. I've held since the year 2000 (except for a 3-4 month gap). Has been good hearing your opinions and talking to you all over the years. Sayonara everyone.
tamref
29/11/2007
08:24
Still to receive the revised offer documents can't see how I can get them back from Australia by the 7th H
hpreston
23/11/2007
10:59
Thanks for confirmation PP. Had pretty much guessed about the shorting issue, but at least that's only temporary (not that I'm happy about that either). Looks like I need to find the time to read through these T&Cs properly and see what else they reserve a right to do with my holdings, without my specific permission.
shutler
23/11/2007
10:44
shutler, this is normal for stock held in nominee accounts. The T+C's are never read by most people, however another thing you agree to is for the company to lend out your shares to shorters.........yes, lots of people here bemoan shorters, but more often that not it their shares being used to short, due to the conditions of nominee mean agreeing that your shares can be lent out.
papalpower
23/11/2007
10:21
bml a foo company dont think it will go down well at the moment
tsmith9426
23/11/2007
10:11
I find that very surprising and shonky to say the least. There is surely some checks and balances with market deals. A letter to confirm yes but to decline no way. Not saying you are wrong simply surprised to say the least. What happens come the cut off date and the required number of shares haven't been offered up. ( 80% ). Does the board stay in control minus there shares as they have obviously sold as they have recommended we sell. If they stay in control how committed would they be assuming they are no longer shareholders. Can Severstal with less than 50% of the shares do any damage e.g. get on the board or destroy the company in some other way? Im afraid I know very little about takeovers especially in another country. Any words of wisdom would be most welcome H
hpreston
23/11/2007
09:52
Not sure about the rest of you that are intent on resisting this offer but I received a message from Selftrade yesterday. Normally I might not look at these for several days, given that they are generally information only or require me to do something to change the status quo on my holdings. Glad I did look and was very surprised to find them stating:- "As the offer is now recommended we will accept it on your behalf. Should you wish to decline the offer please notify us in writing no later than 5.00pm on 30 November 2007". Apparently this in specified in their T&Cs under section 8.5. beginning to think about changing the way I hold shares given this kind of term (or is this completely normal with recommended offers anyway?) As far as I'm concerned they're my shares and anyone wishing to deal with them in any way should need my express permission first, clearly this isn't the case. Have spoken to them and they told me that 'in writing' means by letter, so an e-mail stating no permission would presumably be ignored. Have drafted the letter and will be sending recorded delivery today. Hope the rest of you are wise to this or make sure you take similar action to ensure your shares aren't tendered without your express permission.
shutler
22/11/2007
07:22
Check out BML. A new Cameroon gas play starting today. Tiny market cap..
very big head
19/11/2007
16:50
Eastwind - For the present, I'm prepared to see how this unfolds before making any decisions regarding my holding, but as things stand I still have no intention of accepting this lowly offer. Sure would be good to see whether there's going to be any collective effort by shareholders to resist this offer and possible move towards a vote of no confidence in the present board...not sure what the chances are of such an event. Re: You post 399, I must stop 'scan reading' as I assume you already had the .3% comment in it so little need for me to point it out!
shutler
19/11/2007
15:06
It takes Severstal 10 days to get 0.3%. To achieve 80%, it will take them another 1156 days. LOL. As we said before, CER is worth about 470p. We might sell it cheaply, but not that cheap (290p). I will hold on until Severstal gets at least 60%.
eastwind
19/11/2007
14:35
Eastwind - Thanks for correction. Yes seems things are looking even better then. Getting very confused with all the various ways of stating who has accepted/made irrevocable acceptances...but extremely pleased to see them struggling to even get 50%. Clearly there are plenty of folk that recognise this for the shoddy bid it is. edit...so am I'm right that in between the announcement of the revised offer of 9/11 where they stated "The Celtic Shares held by the Celtic Board, when aggregated with the existing irrevocable undertaking and letter of intent to accept the Revised Offer referred to above, represent 45.3% of the entire issued share capital of Celtic."...they have managed to acquire a further .3%!!!! That would be hilarious...things are looking better than I thought.
shutler
19/11/2007
10:01
shutler, in Severstal's 9th November announcement, they had acceptance of offer of 45.3%. Now, they have acceptance of 45.6%. That's 0.3% extra. I think Severstal will struggle to get 51%. I think we do not even need to have a VOTE NO campaign. Celtic Resources Hld Severstal extends offer for Celtic Resources to Dec 7; has 45.6 pct acceptances LONDON (Thomson Financial) - OAO Severstal said its Centroferve Ltd subsidiary has extended its revised offer for Celtic Resources Holdings to Dec 7. The company said as of Nov 16 Centroferve had received acceptances representing about 15.9 pct of Celtic. Its Bluecone Ltd unit holds 29.7 pct of Celtic, and has given an irrevocable undertaking to Centroferve to accept or procure acceptance of the offer in respect of those shares. On Nov 9, Severstal had agreed to acquire Celtic Resources, through Centroferve, for a minimum 280 pence per share in cash. Celtic had previously rejected Severstal's initial offer of 220 pence a share and a revised offer pitched at 270 pence a share. tfn.newsdesk@thomson.com
eastwind
16/11/2007
16:33
"Two companies interest us, Highland Gold and Celtic. These companies can be bought for a fairly good price," Alexei Mordashov said at a UBS investment conference in Moscow. says it all i guess
tsmith9426
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