When I purchased mine back in Nov it never showed up on any financial reporting system. advfn, moneyam,lse etc. Think I made a comment on here at the time. Must say - it's never happened to me on any other stock transaction. Be it a buy or a sell.
of trading time after releasing a fairly bullish RNS. And it seems not one single share purchase or transaction. Is the House Broker still asleep?
Until this situation changes this is going nowhere. That's the downside to AIM stock. News flow counts for nothing. It's all about buys & sells. And often one sell will send the sp lower and it'll take 4 buys to see 'blue'.
of sorts. Nothing earth-shattering. But at least breaks the looooong silence. Could be a slow recovery at this rate. Would love to have seen the presentations that were made to the likes of Phoenix to persuade them to invest. They I assume would have needed to have seen a compelling business case.
Unless they or the House Broker can also persuade another institutional investor to come on board it has to be a fair bet the sp will linger around this level. Just showing a small premium against Phoenix's discounted purchase.
CPP ANNOUNCES NEW I.T. SYSTEM TO SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION STRATEGY
CPPGroup Plc (CPP or the Group), the International Assistance business, has selected SSP Limited (SSP), the leading provider of general insurance technology solutions, to provide a new single platform IT system across the international countries that it operates in. The new system will provide the core IT platform to support the Group's increasing focus on digital technology whilst improving the operational efficiency of the business.
The SSP solution will initially be implemented in the UK, with a second phase of international deployment to follow. When fully embedded, the system will simplify and standardise processes across the business; provide compliant, robust governance controls and secure customer data storage; and support the development of a digital product portfolio.
Charles Crawford, Chief Operating Officer at CPP, said: "The new IT system will provide a strong foundation on which we will build a digital-led future for CPP. Across the Group internationally, this will enable us to improve our service to customers and Business Partners in addition to making us more agile and efficient. By adopting a proven platform chosen by leading digital insurers, CPP will have a stronger competitive position in an increasingly digital world."
Stephen Lathrope, Managing Director of Insurer Division at SSP said: "CPP undertook a robust and extensive search over a 12 month period to find the right partner and solution for their needs. We are delighted that CPP has chosen to work with SSP and put us at the heart of the business as it develops for the future."
A total idiot -- hold 5 million shares in cpp at a average cost of 24p --- if that actually true :D emm don't think so -- then say they worth f.. all - WISH i had 5 million shares in cpp -- would look forward to soon be very rich -- not talking total crap on this board like him... gl all holders
cpp must make money from honest lawful industry and must not dream making money by using the shares as gambling CHIPS on stock markets trading manipulations.
register a private company. start a some kind of business. list on a stock exchange. cashed in by dumping the shares in to public hands. get away with cash and leave the company.and open another company and repeat it. on and on .this kind of attitude is called easy money making way. there are many companies on the AIM listing for that purpose only. which does not take long to identify them.
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