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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Parity Group Plc LSE:PTY London Ordinary Share GB00B1235860 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 9.00 8.50 9.50 9.00 9.00 9.00 0.00 08:00:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 80.4 -1.1 -1.1 - 9

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/4/2020
10:21
Vat exonerated until further notice. Market cap 5.8 million... To me looks a decent recovery play if they have protected themselves by applying essential positions with home workers, as did Robert walters who operate in a similar sector. Supplying consultants and contractors.
insideryou
27/3/2020
12:58
Our previous investment in technology, particularly in tablets for all consultants globally, has ensured the transition to home-working has been seamless without adversely disrupting service levels to clients and candidates or internal working practices and communications... Here is hoping Parity paid attention to the changing dynamics and put in place more measures like this.
insideryou
23/3/2020
08:04
Covered by government subsidies?
insideryou
09/3/2020
11:55
Oh dear does that mean 30% will be impacted by ir35.
ekuuleus
27/2/2020
08:49
CEO posted on LinkedIn yesterday The IR35 reforms scheduled to come into effect in April this year are indeed interesting and potentially going to have an impact on the general recruitment market. With c70% of Parity’s recruitment revenues coming from clients in the public sector, where these rules have been in place for almost three years already, we are perhaps better prepared than most for the upcoming changes.
teamaccounting
20/2/2020
11:45
In case anyone missed it I posted earlier the following on IR35 and Parity. This has bee coming for some time and many companies in consultancy havde already managed to address this. Consider that Parity is the consultant when it comes to data, not the individual person working for Parity, inside the large corporation. UK employment law and in particular HMRC has been confusing over what it means for consultants. However, to meet the conditions where IR35 has any impact on self-employed or limited liability company contractors three main principles to determine the "deemed employed" status applies. These tests of employment are Control: what degree of control does the client have over what, how, when and where the worker completes the work. Data management and analysis by a third party with expertise in that area, not normally engaged within a company or government department does not imply the client has control and thus is likely to fail to beet the IR35 test threshold. Substitution: is personal service by the worker required, or can the worker send a substitute in their place? A main contractor, being the supplier of the service, can and would provide a substitute for the provision of services to resolve the problem of the client, educate and advise of further services available. Therefore substitution rule can be applied and fails to meet the IR35 test threshold. Mutuality of obligation: mutuality of obligation is a concept where the employer is obliged to offer work, and the worker is obligated to accept it. If a contractor/consultant is not obliged to accept work, and the main contractor or the client is not obliged to offer work to the sub-contractor, there is no mutuality and thus this test fails to meet the IR35 threshold. Hope that helps.
davidsparkle
20/2/2020
09:12
Oh dear looks like IR35 is affecting confidence
teamaccounting
18/2/2020
21:00
Looking for 6p when they warn Fears around the impact of the proposed new IR35 rules, set to apply in April 2020, may result in hirers making the decision to cease the hire of PSC contractors.
onjohn
18/2/2020
20:59
httPs://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.theregister.co.uk/AMP/2020/02/18/contractors_plan_to_leave_deutsche_bank_ahead_of_ir35_rollout/
onjohn
11/2/2020
13:48
Nothing unusual about a significant shareholder appearing on the website. It just means that as less than 3% he would not have been obliged to issue a TR1 to the market disclosing the fact.
flashheart
11/2/2020
13:45
Key shareholders list on PTY website has been updated, it includes Mr J S Rockliffe 2,600,000 (2.53%) not sure why < 3% is listed ?
teamaccounting
31/1/2020
17:18
3 tranches of 250000 shares bought today
insideryou
29/1/2020
14:38
ONJohn - The only thing to take this to 5p would be Helium Rising stars changing their stance, so I don't rate your chances of seeing 5p given they increased after the last trading update. Indeed, I don't think see you'll see 5p ever again as PTY will be taken out once revenues from the two strategic partnerships become evident.
dusseldorf
29/1/2020
14:27
5p coming here in the next warning
onjohn
29/1/2020
13:26
For anyone interested in the UK employment law, there has been confusion over what it means for consultants. However, to meet the conditions where IR35 has any impact on self-employed or limited liability company contractors three main principles to determine the "deemed employed" status applies. These tests of employment are Control: what degree of control does the client have over what, how, when and where the worker completes the work. Data management and analysis by a third party with expertise in that area, not normally engaged within a company or government department does not imply the client has control and thus is likely to fail to beet the IR35 test threshold. Substitution: is personal service by the worker required, or can the worker send a substitute in their place? A main contractor, being the supplier of the service, can and would provide a substitute for the provision of services to resolve the problem of the client, educate and advise of further services available. Therefore substitution rule can be applied and fails to meet the IR35 test threshold. Mutuality of obligation: mutuality of obligation is a concept where the employer is obliged to offer work, and the worker is obligated to accept it. If a contractor/consultant is not obliged to accept work, and the main contractor or the client is not obliged to offer work to the sub-contractor, there is no mutuality and thus this test fails to meet the IR35 threshold.
davidsparkle
29/1/2020
09:28
Recruitment side is/will be affected by IR35 roll out to private sector this year, but PTY took the big hit a few years ago when it was implemented in public sector.
teamaccounting
29/1/2020
09:06
recruitment is a low margin business with some high costs and about to get pounded by the IR35 changes.
ekuuleus
29/1/2020
08:52
Great to see the buying here and clear transformation going on, look ahead not backwards......
chrisdgb
29/1/2020
07:50
helium will go way of woodford with too much in one illiquid share - no wonder they are operating from cayman When this warns and it will. they will get scorched. Recruiters are impacted by a lack of confidence. In addition, there is continued uncertainty surrounding IR35.
albanyvillas
28/1/2020
13:07
Helium Rising Stars Fund (Cayman Islands) raised their stake to 22.18% on 17th Jan.
napoleon 14th
15/1/2020
17:00
Over 450,000 of sales and no price movement ?
teamaccounting
14/1/2020
14:06
Your short bleeding Jonny?
insideryou
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