Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Parity 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.70p 10.50p 10.90p 10.70p 10.70p 10.70p 41,081 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 91.8 1.0 0.9 12.3 10.90

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/1/2018
18:02
Carillion contracts?????
zipstuck
17/1/2018
17:32
This stock has the strength of a chocolate tea pot. Any sellers at all and it drops like a stone
insideryou
09/1/2018
09:41
My money is on John Conoley to turn this company around he did a good job at Psion and is doing good at Esg.
hibberts
09/1/2018
07:43
A positive trading update ! "The Board is pleased to report that Group operating profit on continuing operations for the year ending 31 December 2017 is now expected to be slightly ahead of its original expectations. Overall, we expect FY underlying Operating Profit to show double digit growth over FY 2016, and to be cash generating." Looking good to make further progress in both sales and profits this year ! :o)
masurenguy
09/1/2018
07:19
Thanks for the info.
hibberts
08/1/2018
22:22
One of Techinvest's 2018 tips. Nice move today on volume comfortably above ADV
aishah
08/1/2018
13:48
https://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/software/aim-pty/parity-group-shares
mwaters74
03/1/2018
13:44
Getting bowly!
kemche
02/1/2018
11:50
mal, value always outs........... he says :)
kemche
02/1/2018
11:45
kemche - you gotta hope so...
malcontent
02/1/2018
11:42
Patience of Jobb. But finally all the promise delivered?
kemche
02/1/2018
11:26
I have been here for three years waiting for the turnaround...recent news has been encouraging, particularly the improvement in the cash situation. Maybe this year.....
malcontent
02/1/2018
10:25
Off-payroll rules (IR35) – is HMRC killing UK plc and voluntary tax compliance? inShare 278 Email At a critical juncture for IR35, the circulation of HMRC’s mistruths and propaganda risks causing irrevocable damage to UK plc. And while the taxman may celebrate a future private sector rollout of the IR35 reforms, it will come at a cost of enormous reputational damage to an organisation that heavily relies on voluntary compliance with the tax code. This could be disastrous for HMRC and the Treasury. As more contractors lose trust in HMRC to act fairly, the taxman’s obsession with perceived non-compliance with IR35 could result in a massive backlash and increased non-compliance subsequently reducing tax take. HMRC mistruths influence the IR35 debate Last week via LinkedIn I shared the story of a locum nurse who was forced inside IR35 following the public sector reforms. Restricted in how far she can travel for work, she now works part-time. Subsequently HMRC collects less tax from her than before. Like the general discourse surrounding IR35, the post divided opinion. Many comments acknowledged the flaws in HMRC’s approach, whilst others commented on the inequity of taxing contractors as employees without providing employment benefits. At the other end of the spectrum, we heard some eerily familiar arguments frequently recited by HMRC, asserting its aspiration that two people performing a similar role should be equally taxed was raised. Similarly, other individuals stressed the idea that the changes only affected those who weren’t originally compliant. Is IR35 discourse stuck in an ‘echo chamber’? We’re repeatedly hearing the same arguments crop up again and again as IR35 seemingly becomes subject to the ‘echo chamber effect’. Each argument in its own right is flawed. Frequently they are put forward by individuals who don’t understand how the contract sector works; there is no concept of the value of a flexible workforce, or grasp of why people work this way. Many haven’t got to grips with the economics. It is the market that sets contract rates which themselves take into account numerous contractor costs, and contractors often generate more tax than employees. The overwhelming majority don’t understand employment case law, instead making claims based on inaccurate assumptions. Of greater concern is that HMRC may be leveraging this consensus amongst some to vindicate its efforts to reform IR35 in the private sector. The irony is that these flawed arguments have all spawned from HMRC. These are the spurious claims that the taxman reinforced at every given opportunity to help force through the public sector reforms, despite their obvious flaws. But are these arguments about to come back to bite HMRC, even harder than it has bitten the public sector with its fundamentally flawed reforms? By purporting false claims about IR35, HMRC could wind up tearing the fabric that underlies its entire tax collection philosophy – voluntary compliance. HMRC rhetoric could cripple UK plc As obvious as it was to us and many others, HMRC supposedly didn’t foresee imposing an effective 20% pay cut on flexible health workers was going to stretch already strained NHS resources. Other public sector organisations have been similarly affected, and the private sector will be next, if this IR35 rhetoric is not challenged and discussed. HMRC has a legitimate concern; as working patterns change and more people move into self-employment, Employers National Insurance (NI) contributions have suffered – this is the extra 13.8% tax paid on top of salaries by employers, but which is not paid by the self-employed. But HMRC’s issue should really be with the tax system, not employment practices. Relying on falsely premised arguments to underpin unlawful strategies to force contractors into false employment is no way to rescue its tax yield. The reforms have simply been a desperate and blatant attempt by HMRC to force already compliant tax payers to pay more tax than they should be paying. How HMRC’s contractor pursuit will backfire - massively So where does this leave HMRC? In 2012, the then Permanent Secretary for Tax at HMRC Dave Harnett said: “At the heart of HMRC’s compliance work lies the goal of voluntary compliance – where taxpayers freely meet their obligations.” He added: “Integrity lies at the heart of the tax system. We challenge all taxpayers to be honest with us and we in turn must demonstrate integrity at every level of the organisation.” Encouraging false employment and collecting more tax from already compliant taxpayers don’t sound like conventions of a tax collecting system with integrity. It’s fair to say that by now HMRC has desecrated its reputation for being fair. For anybody who still isn’t convinced of HMRC’s one-sided view of IR35, the taxman recently admitted that research commissioned into the effect of the reforms sought zero feedback from contractors and other external stakeholders themselves. HMRC is driving its credibility into the ground by defining and promoting its own rules which don’t align with the law of the land. Contractors have few, if any reasons to trust the taxman in a climate where complying could genuinely see them pay an excessive amount of tax. It’s unfortunate, but there is already evidence to suggest that these changes have had a significant adverse effect on voluntary compliance, with a supposed rise in the number of schemes enabling contractors to evade tax. If things continue to progress the way that they have, the taxman will have a far bigger problem to contend with than IR35. Big elephant in the room here
middlesboroughfc
02/1/2018
10:24
pointless you can't trade this in any size when people want to sell it will crash
middlesboroughfc
02/1/2018
10:21
Looks promising and have taken an initial holding :-)
cheshire man
02/1/2018
09:45
One bagger would be a pleasant surprise.
inbrackets
02/1/2018
09:27
Thanks for the link, all sounds very positive........
chrisdgb
01/1/2018
12:20
Five AIM share tips for 2018 - PTY one of them: hxxp://www.i i i.co.uk/articles/470969/five-aim-share-tips-2018
aishah
01/1/2018
07:55
2018 multi bagger.........
chrisdgb
29/12/2017
15:10
Have added here recently. Won't be surprised if Techinvest/SCSW picks PTY as one of their 2018 Naps. HNY all.
aishah
16/12/2017
14:36
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/tax/income-tax/tax-crackdown-self-employed-has-cost-1000-month-will-get-worse/
opodio
16/12/2017
14:35
This one wears a lead and barks You do know that they have no money to expand Working capital is badly needed and pension sucking it up does not help Ir35 issues prevail - google ir35 and note the adverse changes . High risk of coats rising here
opodio
16/12/2017
13:58
I find it stunning to observe that the share price is still (-30%) below July 2017 highs following a 6% upgrade to 2017 EPS & PBT targets & confirmation that they are “slightly̶1; ahead of forecasts. Especially on the back of strong growth in Consultancy which commands margins of c.17% versus the 3% margin in the Professionals side of the business. WH Ireland indicated that revenue visibility could be as high as 35% in Consultancy at the beginning of 2018 which underpins forecasts further. Since my introductory comment (post 6149) in Sept 2017, following decent H1 2017 results, the shares have fallen back (-15%) so I am currently underwater. I added in Oct at 8p following the lead by the CEO who bought 400k shares. I note some previous comments surrounding a small legacy pension scheme. I believe it had c.70 members & has been closed to new members & future accruals since 1995. Retirees make up 2/3rd’s of members. The deficit has risen by the lower bond yields we have witnessed in recent years. This is a small pension scheme which has a small bearing on PTY which will pay £230k to the scheme annually. Lastly they failed to mention any update concerning the sale of the Inition business. On checking through Twitter it would appear that this business is attracting considerable interest at trade shows...so hopefully we’ll hear something sooner or later to its disposal which may be just the catalyst for a re-rating. The fact that PTY is on a PER 5.5 for 2018 & 4.8 in 2019 is just plain silly IMHO. Kind regards, GHF
glasshalfull
14/12/2017
09:09
Still way too cheap, hoping disposal is next news but impressive pay down of debt....
chrisdgb
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