Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gb Group Plc LSE:GBG London Ordinary Share GB0006870611 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -17.00 -2.06% 809.00 302,183 16:35:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
809.00 812.00 848.00 798.00 823.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 199.10 20.63 8.80 91.9 1,581
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:23:18 O 1,664 809.056 GBX

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Gb Daily Update: Gb Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GBG. The last closing price for Gb was 826p.
Gb Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 798p and a 12 week average price of 798p.
The 1 year high share price is 995p while the 1 year low share price is currently 465p.
There are currently 195,476,745 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 505,757 shares. The market capitalisation of Gb Group Plc is £1,581,406,867.05.
hotfinance14: I always wonder what causes these sudden daily share price spikes.I bet the directors of GBG do not even know.
hotfinance14: Succession Plan for CFO GBG is pleased to announce the appointment of David Mathew Ward to its Board as its new CFO, replacing Dave John Wilson, who is stepping down from the Board and retiring as CFO and COO after 12 years. It is anticipated that David Ward will join GBG on 17th May 2021, with Dave Wilson leaving at the end of June thereby providing sufficient time to complete an orderly handover. The Board would like to thank Dave Wilson for his significant contribution to the growth and success of GBG during his time as CFO. During Dave's tenure at GBG the Group has evolved from a small UK operation to a truly international business with over 65% of revenue generated outside the UK (as per 6 months ended 30 Sept 2020), customers in over 70 countries and team members in 16 countries. Over the same period, GBG has increased its market capitalisation more than 100x, from c. £14.2m in April 2009 to c. £1.7bn today. David Ward is a highly experienced, successful and well-regarded business leader who has spent the last 10 years with AVEVA Group plc ('AVEVA'), the FTSE 100 global software group. Prior to the merger with the software business of Schneider Electric, David was CFO, subsequently becoming Finance Director & Company Secretary of the enlarged group. During his time with AVEVA, the company has scaled financially and geographically, with David leading a number of M&A projects, as well as restructuring finance, business operations and processes. David is an economics graduate and a qualified chartered accountant, having spent his early career with Ernst & Young. The combination of his experience, drive and culture makes him an ideal fit for GBG's next stages of growth. David Rasche, Chairman of GBG, said: "I would like to thank Dave Wilson for his 12 years with GBG, during which time he has been a key member of the Board helping to transform the business and deliver outstanding shareholder returns. In terms of product portfolio, customer focus and success, international growth and delivering shareholder value, GB Group has come a long way from the business Dave joined. Dave is highly respected by our investor community and by all his colleagues in the business. "I know that Dave will remain a good friend of the business and we wish him well for his retirement. "After a thorough and rigorous search process initiated with Odgers Berndtson, the Board is delighted that David Ward has agreed to join GBG as its CFO. David has been key to impressive growth and financial governance improvements at AVEVA over his tenure and I am confident that his experience will be an asset to GBG as we continue our own growth story". Chris Clark, Chief Executive of GBG, said; "I'd like to thank Dave Wilson personally for his focus and support since I joined GBG four years ago. It has been a pleasure working with him. As we continue our ambitious growth journey I am delighted that David Ward has decided to join me and the GBG Board. During the search it became clear that David has really strong experience of leading a business along an international growth trajectory, similar to what we have ahead. We also believe that his style will be a great fit with the culture of GBG, something that we are very careful to nurture and evolve." Dave Wilson, CFO & COO of GBG, said; "It has been a privilege to work with past and present team members, who are the essence of such a great business. My 12 years at GBG has been fun and rewarding, which has given me many proud moments. It is the right time for me to move to non-executive roles, and I thank the Board, our team, advisors and the investment community for their support over the years" Commenting on his new role, David Ward added: "The fundamental strengths of GBG's products and the opportunities which exist for the business within its markets, made this opportunity instantly compelling. Having met various members of the Board and Executive, it became clear that the culture and focus of the business are important strengths. It is rare to find a business with the market opportunity, strategy and ambition to deliver, combined with the culture to succeed. I will be joining GBG at a very exciting chapter in its growth journey and look forward to leveraging my experience of international expansion and finance operations to enable further success building on Dave's impressive legacy." As part of David Ward's remuneration, upon taking up his appointment ('Date of Grant') he will receive an option over 150,000 Ordinary Shares in the capital of the Company as compensation to match the earnings and incentives forfeited on leaving his previous employer (the 'Compensatory Options'). The Compensatory Options will be issued at an exercise price of 2.5 pence per Ordinary Share and will vest in equal tranches on the first, second and third anniversary from the Date of Grant provided he still holds the position of CFO of GBG on the respective dates. In addition, vesting of the second and third tranches will also be subject to achievement of EPS and TSR performance targets in line with the Group's objectives and beyond. The Compensatory Options are valid for a period of 12 months from the vesting date.
hotfinance14: Sale of GBG Marketing Services GBG, the identity data intelligence specialist, is pleased to announce that it has sold its Marketing Services division to HH Global Interactive Limited ("HH Interactive"), a subsidiary of HH Global Group Limited ("HH Global"). This sale supports GBG's strategic focus on its core global capabilities in Location Intelligence, Identity Verification and Fraud Prevention. As a consequence of this strategic focus revenues from Marketing Services have declined in recent years and in FY20 accounted for approximately 2% of Group revenues. HH Interactive provides a comprehensive suite of marketing services and this transaction will allow GBG's customers to benefit from a broader range of technology and services now required by marketing departments. Chris Clark, GBG's CEO, commented: "We are pleased to have found a very capable new owner for our Marketing Services team and customers. HH Interactive has the capability to provide a rich set of marketing-related services and can respond more completely to the increasing needs of our marketing services customers."
stig2: The drop is probably due to director selling, scares people who have not seen it here before with no baring on the firms future. For normal firms it might be a danger signal, but the GBG share price usually dances to it own tune which I must admit has some pretty weird low notes. Still annoyed with myself that I didn't trust my gut and sell to rebuy on the covid sentiment drop, must be getting old and timid I guess, hey ho.
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hotfinance14: GB GROUP PLC ("GBG", "Group" or the "Company") Investment in CredoLab Pte. Ltd ("CredoLab") GB Group (AIM: GBG), the identity data intelligence specialist , is leading the US$7.0 million first close of a Series A investment into CredoLab, a developer of bank-grade digital scorecards headquartered in Singapore. In an all-share transaction, GBG will purchase a minority stake in CredoLab for a total consideration of US$3.0 million. This is in accordance with GBG's ongoing cash management strategy. Established in 2016, CredoLab develops Artificial Intelligence driven bank grade digital scorecards for businesses that need to assess an applicant's risk profile and make better credit decisions. A closer collaboration with CredoLab will enhance GBG's digital on-boarding solution and allow the Company to reach new fintech and neobank market segments. Consideration In exchange for GBG's minority stake in CredoLab, GBG will issue to CredoLab 321,882 Ordinary Shares of 2.5 pence each in GBG (the "Consideration Shares"). Application has been made to the London Stock Exchange for the Consideration Shares to be admitted to trading on the AIM. It is expected that admission to the AIM will become effective and that dealings on the AIM will commence in the Consideration Shares on Friday, 21st August 2020. Total Voting Rights In accordance with the provisions of the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules of the Financial Conduct Authority, the Company confirms that, following the issue of the Consideration Shares, its issued share capital will comprise 195,024,387 Ordinary Shares. There are no shares held in treasury. The above figure may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in the Company under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules. Chris Clark, CEO, commented: "GBG's fraud and compliance solution allows financial institutions to onboard and transact with their customers quickly, safely, and securely. We have experienced first-hand CredoLab's capabilities from our ongoing commercial partnership. The company's AI-based proprietary technology will not only complement our existing offering but also provide critical behavioural risk reference data from good customers who are financially excluded." Peter Barcak, CEO and Co-Founder of CredoLab, said: "Banks and lenders always grapple with finding data that allows them to assess customers' affordability and overall creditworthiness. While GBG's fraud solution flags suspicious loan and credit card applicants during the onboarding journey, CredoLab's behavioural risk score and algorithm lowers false positives and false negatives on delinquent behaviours to discern the probability of a customer to repay. CredoLab will use the funds to consolidate its leadership in Southeast Asia and expand its presence in key markets across Asia, Latin America, Europe, and Africa."
sweenoid: As expected 735p looks to be a really juicy price to break through , the chart would of course look awesome if the share price could then surpass 765p , there is blue sky above that resistance point, but 735p may be a tough nut to crack, hopefully we will see that ‘go’ soon. The key statement for me from the earnings call was that Q1 had been better than internal expectations given at the trading statement. GBG like multiple other companies are quite rightly refusing to give forward forecasts due to lack of visibility related to Covid-19, but they are as ‘insulated’ from major ‘issues’ as they can be, due to their business model Presently the share price has some momentum and sentiment appears good. GBG continue to be the BIGGEST holding in Katie Potts Herald Investment Trust and have been for some time. I expect that to remain the same when Herald issue their next monthly statement ( for end June) in a few days time. hTtps:// S
sweenoid: Remarkable performance finishing with 39000 uncrossed trade at 774p, which becomes the starting share price for Monday I get the feel institution/ fund buyers are bidding it up to make their year end investment performance in this stock look very impressive,indeed Katie Potts in her Herald Investment Trust has been adding in October AND November and her annual % holding was 1% higher at the end of November than it was 1 year ago hTtp:// I reckon that figure of 3.5% ( her largest holding by some way) will have increased to nearer 3.7% by the end of December. ( was 2.4% of her trust 11 months ago) I think the share price is getting a little TOPPY now and as such sold a lot today at an average of 770p (my share price target for mid 2020!) my feeling is that the share price will take a breather in January/February and if it does I will spend all the profit ( all in ISA fund) to buy them all back at a lower price, if it carries on gaining I still win with my residual holding, a win win scenario I have learned the lesson of the past , a big profit in a share price in a short time period means taking some juicy profits, greed is bad. That really is it for 2019 S
hotfinance14: There always seems to be spells where the GBG share price falls sharply then recovers at a later point.
stig2: hot bin there, seen that, though i didn't buy the t-shirt or sell for that matter when we got to £6.30. But I agree that we might well be back in weeks not months, though I still don't have a clue how GBG share price works, but I think it has more to do with the big investor dealings (hidden from us) than the sentiment or opinions of us small investors.
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