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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intermediate Capital Group Plc LSE:ICP London Ordinary Share GB00BYT1DJ19 ORD 26 1/4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  7.00 0.55% 1,277.00 1,276.00 1,279.00 1,291.00 1,258.00 1,291.00 366,429 16:29:53
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 464.1 182.9 63.4 20.1 3,709

Intermediate Capital Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/5/2020
08:00
can you copy and paste the article pls
kzada
28/5/2020
21:20
I havent got access to IC - was it positive?
mysteronz
28/5/2020
07:13
https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/shares/2020/05/27/who-is-intermediate-capital-group/
mirandaj
13/5/2020
23:15
From 23 April: HTTPS://www.icgam.com/~/media/Files/I/ICGAM-V2/insight-documents/20200423-covid-19-outbreak-assessment-update.pdf
pvb
29/4/2020
10:20
27 April 2020 ICG-Longbow, the real estate division of Intermediate Capital Group PLC (ICG), has adopted ICG’s branding. With effect from today, ICG-Longbow will be known as the real estate division of ICG plc, reflecting its position in the company’s structure. ICG acquired 51% of Longbow Real Estate Capital in 2011 and exercised its option to fully acquire the company in 2014, rebranding it as ICG-Longbow. The business has enjoyed significant growth since becoming part of ICG, with assets under management increasing from £250m to 1£4.4bn, across four private debt and private equity strategies. Martin Wheeler, Co-Head of ICG’s real estate division said, “As we enter our tenth year of working together and we look forward to moving into new offices with the wider business, we remain excited about the prospects for the real estate business and contributing to ICG’s future growth.” Kevin Cooper Co-Head of ICG’s real estate division said, “We have been a wholly owned part of the ICG business for a number of years and the revised branding is a natural evolution. What will not change is our performance and delivery focus, which has driven our growth to date, and which we are well known for.” https://www.icgam.com/newsroom/2020/27-04-2020
mirandaj
24/4/2020
15:43
Regaining some poise above 1000p. Results will make or break , hoping they will be good.
its the oxman
20/3/2020
10:04
As are the Ladbrokes and Paragon bonds. Not convinced by Burford and clearly wouldn’t touch Eros or Wasps!
seekthetech
20/3/2020
10:03
The 2023 bonds, which dropped from 104p to 58p and haven’t bounced look like they are outstanding value
seekthetech
19/3/2020
21:41
Worth remembering that it enters the ftse 100 on mon.
rambutan2
19/3/2020
17:58
Up 20% on day.
pvb
18/3/2020
22:36
riverman77, just what I'm thinking. But would have thought the mkt would also understand that. So was wondering whether the mkt knows of some impending disaster which I'm missing...
rambutan2
18/3/2020
22:16
The AUM is held in private assets, which are valued with reference to earnings and tend to be quite stable, so there won't be an automatic drop in AUM (any future mark down would depend on how the companies perform, but would not expect 40% fall in AUM). Furthermore, the client base is institutional and tied-in, so you don't have to worry about sudden outflows. They have a lot of visibility on earnings. I therefore think this is much better placed than traditional fund managers, whose earnings are immediately hit by falling equity markets and outflows. I see some big director buys, which hopefully bodes well.
riverman77
18/3/2020
21:55
Down 32% today, 3rd largest faller in ftse250. Must admit, not sure why it's quite so disliked. htTps://www.icgam.com/~/media/Files/I/ICGAM-V2/results-centre/2020/Capital-Markets-Day-2020.pdf hTtps://www.icgam.com/shareholders/investor-days/2020 httPs://www.icgam.com/~/media/Files/I/ICGAM-V2/debtholders-documents/Prospectus%20202035590489931.pdf
rambutan2
18/3/2020
11:50
is it not because aum will have dropped 40+% so ongoing revenues will be considerably down?
johnhelme2704
18/3/2020
09:03
Does anyone know ICP has dropped so much?
for fx sake
16/3/2020
08:18
Under 1000p now. :-(
pvb
12/3/2020
21:13
ben gunn 26 Feb '20 - 16:13 - 696 of 699 pvb- I couldn't agree more. How about 1000p? Getting there! Damn. I just KNEW I should have sold down, to buy in later at a lower price.
pvb
05/3/2020
09:00
#ICP have gained promotion to the FTSE100 alongside #FRES #PNN... HTTPS://www.cityam.com/ftse-reshuffle-kingfisher-nmc-health-and-tui-booted-out-of-top-city-index/
speedsgh
04/3/2020
09:52
FTSE 100 or not later today, this is interesting: https://www.icgam.com/~/media/Files/I/ICGAM-V2/insight-documents/covid-19_outbreak-initial_assessment.pdf
mirandaj
26/2/2020
16:13
pvb- I couldn't agree more. How about 1000p?
ben gunn
18/2/2020
22:20
...It can't keep going up for ever.
pvb
13/2/2020
16:19
https://www.icgam.com/shareholders/debtholders
mirandaj
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