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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intercede Group Plc LSE:IGP London Ordinary Share GB0003287249 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -2.92% 83.00 81.00 85.00 86.00 83.00 85.00 22,236 16:28:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 10.4 0.6 2.0 41.5 42

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/4/2019
06:59
Yes, positive and upbeat sounding RNS - always nice to have a surprise to the upside. Maybe this will begin a slow share price re-rating with this new and more aggressive sales driven focus.........
stuart37
02/4/2019
06:55
Positive RNS today, I think?
ramnik007
06/3/2019
18:18
I agree omiceanmen, re: hard to link share sales to Parris off-loading his position. But presumably a possibility. He does own 11% and he did found it. I’d assume he wishes it do well! More of a concern (maybe) is his new company.
jonbirdy
06/3/2019
18:14
In their 2018 annual report, Intercede noted that their US sales were 71% of revenue. So they seem to have nailed that Sirrux, unless I am misunderstanding your point. The FAQ page of the website of Parris’s new cyber security company states that, “Aretiico's main focus is introducing international companies to the US market.” So potential conflict there. However, the new Intercede CEO seems sales driven and when Parris was in charge, it was all quite jam tomorrow. Who knows how good he was as a salesman? Intercede market cap now the same as annual revenue.
jonbirdy
05/3/2019
12:27
Keep an eye on it. So many UK businesses have struggled in the US but doesn't mean it's the end of it. Not even HSBC could conquer that chestnut. Some deep seated protection going on that they don't really tell everyone about or maybe UK businesses are just not good enough on the service side even if the product is right. This will find a buyer eventually perhaps and the price is off to find one.
sirrux
05/3/2019
10:51
As I understand disclosure rules Parris would need to declare if his holding falls below 10% and every 1% point below down to 3%. Several 100k shares have traded this year and no announcement from Parris has been made. The maths suggest other sellers are in the market. In any case, surely the Board would have taken precautions to ensure that Parris was onside. It would be bold and possibly foolhardy of the Board and its NOMAD to have an 11% shareholder in the wild without managing his exit. A settlement agreement with a lock-in period could easily achieve that end or a scheduled share buyback plan with some lock-in terms. Maybe that will be declared in the annual report.
omiceanmen
05/3/2019
10:12
Parris owns 11% of Intercede so any of his sales would surely have to be declared to the market.
jonbirdy
04/3/2019
21:07
I think it's constant selling from Parris
solrei
04/3/2019
19:30
The lowest share price in 10 years and still falling. No one at IGP seems to know how to run a public company. Let's hope they pull year end numbers out of the bag.
omiceanmen
03/3/2019
08:21
Hey Grupo, it’s 80p not 180p. You can read the note from 28 Feb for free by registering with FinnCap hxxps://researchlibrary.finncap.com/Register/Register
jonbirdy
28/2/2019
11:42
Intercede Group PLC IGP finnCap Corporate 180.00 - Reiterates
grupo
24/1/2019
14:30
I can only assume this 24 October option award was announced to flag to the market management's expectations as to the growth potential of having Pol and Adams join the top team. In the absence of any other statements from the Intercede board, I consider this to be the nearest thing we have from Pol as to his manifesto. As Chairman, I expect him to stick by this public statement or to explain why he cannot deliver. With great office comes great responsibilities - I wonder how much a senior American executive gets paid to be a UK AIM Chairman? As a shareholder I am expecting a significant contribution in return. If not ...
omiceanmen
23/1/2019
15:35
Not looking good here is it Wonder whether Chuck will resign if he fails to hit his target next
jailbird
14/1/2019
15:31
Thanks Jailbird. I missed Helen Adams departure too. Based on the plan she agreed to, we should have been heading for £16m sales this year. Happy days. However, not sure what the forecast number for current year actually is but I'm sure its a lot less. Anyone know the brokers forecast? I note Chuck Pol agreed to the same targets as Adams: "On 24 October 2017, a free unit award equivalent to 70,537 ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the capital of the Company (“Free Units”) was granted and agreed with Chuck Pol, Non-Executive Director of Intercede. The Free Units will vest on 29 September 2020, subject to the achievement of performance targets based upon 50% growth on FY2017 revenues in FY2018, a doubling of FY2017 revenues in FY2019 and a tripling of FY17 revenues in FY2020." Its 18 months since Adams and Pol were both appointed apparently with the job of refreshing the sales team to achieve this high growth. I am still expecting Pol, as Chairman, to deliver on this expectation. Otherwise, why would he have agreed to the performance award in the first place if he didn't judge it achievable.
omiceanmen
14/1/2019
03:56
It all looks like a bit concerning to me..too many changes ringing around in a short times is not a good news for me. Targets are being missed maybe? Helen Adams has resigned as Chief Sales Officer as well...a while ago but missed that too Remember her performance targets Several significant appointments have also been made to strengthen the Group's Sales & Marketing. Chuck Pol (former Chairperson Vodafone Americas) and Helen Adams (former VP Sales Europe & Asia/Pacific for ARM Holdings plc) were both appointed in June 2017 with further recruitment subsequently taking place to expand and refresh the Sales team. As a commitment to achieving consequential high sales growth, Helen Adams has this week agreed to a share option plan incorporating performance targets based upon the achievement of 50% growth on FY2017 revenues in FY2018, a doubling of FY2017 revenues in FY2019 and a tripling of FY17 revenues in FY2020.
jailbird
13/1/2019
20:20
See there are musical chairs on the IGP Board. Founder Parris gone. Hidden as pre Christmas RNS. No reason given. Jumped or pushed? Anyone got any ideas? I was considering taking another punt based on positive interims before I spotted this RNS and now I'm not so sure.
omiceanmen
26/11/2018
11:30
I think that revenues will come with patience once the credibility of this story is appreciated by new customers.
red army
26/11/2018
08:18
It does concern me a little where increased revenues will come from say above £10m in the short/ medium term nowCost cutting will enable the Co to be profitable at these levels but I want to see ramp up in revenues as well
jailbird
26/11/2018
07:52
Small 2nd in profit is why this has gone up... best to exclude approx £1m tax credit to get a better idea though Disappointed to read last paragraphs since this was supposed to create larger revenues but seems to have halted opportunities for now This past investment has enhanced Intercede's expertise and skills and placed the Group in a position to also provide Digital Trust for the consumers of mobile applications and mass produced electrical goods that will make up the IoT market. Unlike Intercede's traditional customers, these target markets are currently struggling to understand cryptographic key management and the PKI infrastructure and why it provides better Digital Trust than, say, biometric security or SMS one-time passwords.Against a backdrop of ever increasing cyber-threats, Intercede will continue to drive its innovation culture and remains optimistic that, over time, suppliers and consumers of mobile applications and the IoT will come to recognise the importance of Digital Trust.
jailbird
26/11/2018
07:22
Results out today read very well in my view, the increased revenue and greatly reduced costs combining to give a much reduced underlying loss, I'm ignoring the exceptional tax credit, which tips the company into profit. Cash has also improved - again mainly because of the tax credit but it seems very clear, there is no need for a cash call. They also say they are confident of being profitable in the next financial year, although to what extent is not clear but all in all the recovery is taking place and should revenue continue to grow at the current pace, the gearing will have a big effect on the bottom line.
daz
05/11/2018
10:48
Very hard to pick up any stock after the volume on Thursday. Just managed to get 5k, and it moved it up
jailbird
01/11/2018
10:41
Some volume today out of the blueHope it is based on positive info
jailbird
04/10/2018
17:14
Yes, good news about the cash balance as well, as it rules out any need for a cash raising, so the comeback is very much on if they can grow revenues.
daz
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