Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ecsc Group Plc LSE:ECSC London Ordinary Share GB00BYMJ4J99 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 41.00 4,873 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
40.00 42.00 41.00 41.00 41.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 6.14 -0.52 -5.30 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:13:44 O 2,500 40.00 GBX

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Ecsc Daily Update: Ecsc Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ECSC. The last closing price for Ecsc was 41p.
Ecsc Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 41p and a 12 week average price of 41p.
The 1 year high share price is 95p while the 1 year low share price is currently 41p.
There are currently 10,007,588 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,760 shares. The market capitalisation of Ecsc Group Plc is £4,103,111.08.
cerrito: I do not see myself making the AGM, especially if there are rail strikes. I have gone through the AR. My first reaction was its length 112 pages which seems OTT for such a small company and must be a barrier for small companies to list. I could not find on their websites their previous AR’s so no idea if they were bigger or smaller. The following caught my eye Page 12 I thought Lucy Sharp’s report read well. Page 25 I saw the useful increase YOY in gross profit from the Assurance and decline in MDR but could find no good explanation of what drove these or indeed what business is in the assurance division and what in the ECR division. Page 27 Be interesting to see if their EBITDA performance was good enough in H1 so they can increase their loan facility and begs the question as to why they need the funds. Page 29 Note two risks have increased-economic conditions and hiring- the rest are no change and no risks have decreased. Page 39 I see that the Chairman spends at least two working days a month on ECSC which I thought should be sufficient, even though he doubles up as Company Secretary. I see on page 42 that both he and Gooch attended all board meetings. Page 43 A very stable shareholder base and indeed the last change of holdings RNS we had was way back in May 2020 after the latest equity issue. One concern I have had and continue to have is what would happen if either Unicorn or Ravinder Bahra wanted to exit. Fingers crossed that both remain if not happy at least satisfied and have no pressing need for cash. As an aside I have just been on the LSE website and seen since close of business on May 25 there have just been 4 transactions with a combined value of £12k in these 6 trading days…granted we did have the jubilee break but even so. Page 46 I see that directors ‘remuneration as a whole fell from £829k to £731k, as one very highly paid director left, in the context that group expenses on employee benefits went up from £4.7m to £5.3m. The increase in expenditure at a group basis understandable given industry trends and no doubt there will be a big increase in 2022. This means that in 2021 directors’ remuneration was 14% of total-a bit high perhaps and certainly better than the 2020 figure of 18%. Note that as per page 87 total average number of employees was 87. Given that in the IMC and other shareholder meetings Ian Mann gives the impression that ECSC is a one man band, I was pleasantly surprised that the differential between his and Lucy Sharp’s remuneration was as low as it was in 2021 and indeed in 2020 they had virtually identical remuneration. Page 47 Let’s hope for all our sakes that the share options of the directors are in the money. Page 80 Probably good that no single client accounts for more than 10% of the revenue. Page 82 I note the reduction in contract liabilities. Given that it was inferred that the amount of 3 year contract work was increasing, this seems counter intuitive. Any views anyone Page 86 Sobering but realistic that no deferred tax asset created quote because the Board envisages that a significant period of time will be required to generate sufficient profits to utilise the trading losses carried forward unquote…the trading losses being £5.4m Page 89 Concerned that so few additions to the computer equipment. Anyone understand how the net book value of computer equipment has gone up from £68k to £658 k during 2021??? Page 97 Not only are the terms of the loan facility very onerous but we learn that there was a 1% fee payable. Page 106 Interesting no share options were granted in 2021. Conclusion Not one of my better decisions to buy ECSC and well done to those who exited at the start of the year. I am suffering the consequences with the share price at current levels. Not sure what will provoke an uptick. Cannot see who would buy them. Any trading improvement will be a hard slog and the loan facility shows their lack of financial flexibility. I note that Allenby are currently forecasting a PBT loss this year 2022 of £308k up from last year’s loss of £277k. My last purchase was in July 2020.While not a Yorkshireman, I will show Yorkshire stubbornness and hang on with the marcap at £9m.
bdbd11: Today's presentation is worthwhile watching if you missed it. While not setting the world alight, the business appears solid with an excellent reputation. Downside risk appears to be limited. Yes, they could and perhaps should be growing faster but they are at least steadily getting there. In terms of the an investment case, the current valuation of under 1 year's turnover seem's ridiculously cheap. Therefore imo a share price of circa £1.50 is entirely possible without them doing much more than they are doing already.
jane deer: ECSC needs to start showing it can generate free cash flow. The current environment (despite the cost pressures) should be pretty conducive for the business. I don't think a significant equity raise is that feasible given the shareholder base. Around £700k of the negative cash flow in FY2021 is the unwind from the Covid support - so underlying cash outflow is not so bad. But still in FY22 ECSC will need to find another £290k to finance the new loan interest plus repayments.
thirty fifty twenty: thanks Cerrito. i have still have no responses, despite chasing. for me, from this i infer that they lack an attention to detail - how can their IR email account not be monitored?? i've watched the presentations and whilst they talk much about the opportunities in cybersecurity, they dont seem keen to answer my specific questions about some of the figures in their accounts and notes. this share and mgt has too much risk for me despite the attraction of the sector. all IMHO, DYOR + BoL I will be selling out next week
ali47fish: good results
harlowdavood: Will be interesting to see what next months trading statement will say. lets see whether they still are able to show profit without the share sale injection from last year.
fillipe: A nice share to have, but difficult to "turn a shilling" on it with that spread. The company must like it that way ... f
cerrito: Read the RNS closely, read the Allenby report which I thought was good and listened to the IMC presentation, where as always Ian was v professional. Good that he got Lucy and Gemma involved as one of my concerns is that this is rather a one man band. It seems a matter of slow steady progress but cannot see a catalyst for a resting of the shares. Seems to me a question of two steps forward one step back with the share price. No plan to buy or sell and plan to go back to sleep on this. If there is a face to face AGM in London would hope to make it but see no need to go up to Bradford.
macc1: Hi all, Here's a new investor overview video for ECSC: hTTps://
bb123: ECSC announce five major contract wins details below MANAGED SERVICES & CONSULTING MAJOR CONTRACT WINS Thu 09 Jan 2020 07:00 RNS Number : 2185Z ECSC Group PLC 09 January 2020 9 January 2020 ECSC Group plc ("ECSC" or the "Company" or the "Group") Managed Services and Consulting Major Contract Wins ECSC (AIM: ECSC), the provider of cyber security services, is pleased to announce five major contract wins across a range of sectors, with a combined revenue value in excess of £750,000. This revenue will be recognised throughout the duration of the contracts which vary between one and three years. The largest contract is to provide 24/7/365 cyber security monitoring and breach detection, following ECSC's response to a major security incident within a chemical company. The managed solution utilises ECSC's proprietary Kepler Artificial Intelligence, managed from the Group Security Operations Centres in the UK and Australia. Also using the same Kepler Artificial Intelligence technology, the next three contracts represent a two year renewal from a household name in the retail sector, a new three year contract with an IT services company, and a one year contract extension with a financial services organisation. The final contract is a cyber security testing programme for a new client providing mobile payment solutions. Ian Mann, Chief Executive Officer of ECSC, commented: "We are pleased to end the year on such a positive note with a number of major contract wins across a range of sectors. Following the new 2019 GDPR fines, clients are increasingly recognising the need for cyber security services. Our strategy of winning consultancy clients, and developing them into long-term recurring managed services clients continues to be effective." Enquiries: ECSC Group plc David Mathewson, Non-Executive Chairman Ian Mann, Chief Executive Officer Clare Macdonald (Press and Investor Enquiries) +44 (0) 1274 736 223 Allenby Capital (Nominated Adviser and Broker) David Hart Nicholas Chambers +44 (0) 203 3285 656 For more information please visit the following: hxxps:// This information is provided by RNS, the news service of the London Stock Exchange. RNS is approved by the Financial Conduct Authority to act as a Primary Information Provider in the United Kingdom. Terms and conditions relating to the use and distribution of this information may apply. For further information, please contact or visit END
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