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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ide Group Holdings Plc LSE:IDE London Ordinary Share GB00B4NJ4984 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -2.78% 0.875 51,683 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.85 0.90 0.875 0.875 0.875
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 24.06 -21.58 -4.61 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:06:30 O 50,521 0.85 GBX

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23/7/202117:15Unloved & undervalued 2,050
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21/2/202019:55Unloved & undervalued 27

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31/7/2021
09:20
Ide Daily Update: Ide Group Holdings Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IDE. The last closing price for Ide was 0.90p.
Ide Group Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.83p and a 12 week average price of 0.83p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.55p.
There are currently 496,702,792 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,688,081 shares. The market capitalisation of Ide Group Holdings Plc is £4,346,149.43.
23/7/2021
09:20
dave4545: Price hammered by large sell at 0.8p now cleared. Current trading excellent Think the market has missed this one for a bounce but early days yet
22/7/2021
10:09
dave4545: Well I got some at 0.899p at the open at bid price while somebody else was selling at 0.8p 0.81-0.931p now awful spread and little interest Funny how there was buyers all over this the other day when nobody knew the trading, and now they have said trading is excellent there's no buyers at all this market is nuts
18/7/2021
11:28
p1nkfish: It fascinates me. Such a zombie. My thoughts are along the lines........total BS and conspiracy but sun bathing and nothing better to do right now........ A) Kestrel converted so no scheme of arrangement can occur without their say so as they now hold 25%+. It has cost them as they now have no interest income. White stood down first. B) MXC have a strangle hold plus income but < 50% voting rights. C) IDE have recruited a decent CFO with track record and looking to hire. They acquired that small Co too that fills a gap - useful going forward. D) MXCP have acquired 2 companies (at least) to fold into the JV with Liberty Global and IDE looks like it could fill a gap too. The JV with Liberty looks a decent fit for IDE to fold into. My thinking is Kestrel know this will be exited and wanted more voting rights and doing so also reduced IDE costs as they are flying very close to the wind. MXC do have a game plan and it revolves around the Liberty JV that will be the butterfly that comes out in the end. Pure speculation.
15/7/2021
15:19
p1nkfish: IDE have open positions and are recruiting. I think this will be bought as a bolt-on, just don't know when.
15/7/2021
10:52
dave4545: And there it is bang 6 million sold at 0.8p Now that is out and if no more then the price might bounce.
14/7/2021
23:22
p1nkfish: I'm trying to picture why the Kestrel Dir resigned and all I come back to is: 1) some conflict of interest dependent on who might have an interest in IDE or some other board he sits on, 2) it wasn't worth their time. Royde steps down Nov 2029 to be replaced by White who resigns about 15 months later, debt converted to equity just after and White had some involvement with Alternate that is now Daisy and Daisy look like a fit. "Sebastian has worked as Investment Director at Kestrel Partners LLP for two years. Kestrel are a London based fund management business whose clients are a significant shareholder of IDE Group. Prior to working at Kestrel, Sebastian was Mergers and Acquisitions Director at Alternative Networks for fourteen years." Anyone care to comment?
14/7/2021
19:22
andymunchkin: Chimers 5 Dec '19 - 13:56 - 233 of 279 0 3 2 Guys in plain English... MXCP today have told you. 1. They intend on selling this company asap along with AD4. 2. They intend to and are certain they will get ALL their investment back and some. 3. To get a complete return on their capital they need 30p min. "We remain confident that we will see a complete return of our capital from IDE." -------- Chimers19 Dec '19 - 02:21 - 238 of 279 0 3 1 Are you loading up? Someone is!! They just took about 5% of the remaining free float lol. -------- whereIs tisCnT afterGetting loaded?????
14/7/2021
16:05
merguezdamour182: I think the lack of information is a reflection of MXC's involvement. They don't like answering to shareholders and certainly don't seem to give a damn about those invested in IDE. They did delist MXC after all.We seem to be getting only the legally required updates to the LSE. Hopefully the delayed June update will offer some hope, but the tone of the last RNS announcing the delay was negative.MXC own IDE's debt, so I don't see why they'd want it to fail. Surely they will sell it, especially as MXC will exit all of its investments in 4 to 5 years.
14/7/2021
14:17
na_bmth: Another good day for IDE
30/12/2019
07:08
chimers: IDE, the mid-market network, cloud and IT Managed Services provider, announces that it has raised £1.5 million through the issue of secured loan notes ("LNs") to the three largest shareholders of the Company; MXC Capital Limited ("MXC") (£1.23 million), Blake Holdings Limited (£0.15 million) and funds managed by Kestrel Partners LLP ("Kestrel") (£0.12 million). The proceeds of the issue of the loan notes will be used to fully repay all outstanding finance leases to which the Group is party and to provide additional working capital for the Company. IDE, the mid-market network, cloud and IT Managed Services provider, announces that it has raised £1.5 million through the issue of secured loan notes ("LNs") to the three largest shareholders of the Company; MXC Capital Limited ("MXC") (£1.23 million), Blake Holdings Limited (£0.15 million) and funds managed by Kestrel Partners LLP ("Kestrel") (£0.12 million). The proceeds of the issue of the loan notes will be used to fully repay all outstanding finance leases to which the Group is party and to provide additional working capital for the Company. IDE is also pleased to announce that the success it reported at the time of the interim results in September in renewing significant customer contracts and in progressing new relationships has continued. Several additional multi-year customer contract renewals, including one two-year deal worth over £1 million per annum and a further two two-year minimum deals worth at least £1 million in total have been secured. The Company has also started working on a tech bar project (on-site technical support) which is worth over £1 million per annum and recently added a new name customer with whom it has a good pipeline of new business. Further re the LNs The LNs have the same terms as those loan notes issued in January and March this year, being a term of six years (the "Term") and an annual coupon of 12%, which is rolled up, compounded annually and payable at the end of the Term. The LNs carry an arrangement fee of 2.5 per cent., payable at the end of Term, and an exit fee of 2.5 per cent., also payable at the end of the Term. The LNs are secured on the Company's assets and can be redeemed at any time at the Company's option, however, should the Company opt to redeem the LNs prior to the end of the Term, all interest due until the end of the Term will become payable, together with the arrangement and exit fees, upon such early redemption. IDE now has £11.5 million of LNs in issue in addition to £2.55 million of unsecured, zero coupon loan notes. Both MXC and Kestrel and deemed to be related parties of the Company pursuant to the AIM Rules for Companies (the "AIM Rules"); MXC by virtue of being a substantial shareholder and because Ian Smith, CEO of MXC is Executive Director of IDE, and Kestrel because Seb White is Non-Executive Director of IDE and a representative of Kestrel. The issue of the loan notes to MXC and funds managed by Kestrel is therefore considered to be a related party transaction. Andy Parker, being the sole independent director for these purposes considers, having consulted with the Company's nominated adviser, finnCap, that the terms of the related party transaction are fair and reasonable insofar as the shareholders of the Company are concerned.
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