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Irish Continental Group plc (IRCUF)

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5.18+0.34 (+7.02%)
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Previous close4.84
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Day's range5.18 - 5.18
52-week range3.69 - 5.80
Avg. volume12,908
Market cap1.11B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.12
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date28 May 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Globe Newswire

    Block listing Interim Review

    BLOCK LISTING SIX MONTHLY RETURN To : Regulation Department, Euronext Dublin / FCA Date: 19 April 2021 1.Name of applicant: Irish Continental Group plc2.Name of scheme: ICG Share Option Plans3.Period of return: From: 18 October 2020 to 17 April 20214.Balance of unallotted securities under scheme(s) from previous return:1,027,000 ICG Units5.Plus: The amount by which the block scheme(s) has been increased since the date of the last return (if any increase has been applied for): Nil6.Less: Number of securities issued/allotted under scheme(s) during period:151,000 ICG Units7.Equals: Balance under scheme(s) not yet issued/allotted at end of period:876,000 ICG UnitsName of contact:Tom CorcoranTelephone number of contact:+353 1 607 5700

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    Publication of 2020 Annual Report and Notice of AGM

    IRISH CONTINENTAL GROUP PLC ("ICG") 15 April 2021 1. Publication of the 2020 Annual Report ICG has today published its 2020 Annual Report and Financial Statements which may be viewed and downloaded from the Company’s website . Copies of this document will be included in the AGM mailing to those shareholders who elected to receive hardcopy communications. 2. Annual General Meeting The 2021 Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) of ICG will be held at 11.00 a.m. on Wednesday 12 May 2021 at Ferryport, Alexandra Road, Dublin 1, D01 W2F5. In light of current public health guidelines related to COVID-19, and the importance of the health and safety of shareholders, staff and others, we strongly urge all shareholders; to avail of the arrangements to submit questions and to listen to the AGM; to avail of proxy voting service; and not to physically attend this year's AGM. Further details of these arrangements are set out in the notes to the Notice of AGM. 3. Posting of Notice of AGMThe following documents have been made available to shareholders today: (i) Chairman’s Letter to Shareholders and Notice of the AGM; and(ii) Form of Proxy. These documents together with the 2020 Annual Report and Financial Statements have been published on ICG's website today and will be included in the mailing to those shareholders who have elected to receive hard copies of shareholder communications. Instructions for electronic proxy appointments are also provided on ICG's website. In accordance with Irish Listing Rule 6.1.59 and UKLA Listing Rule 9.6.1, 2020 Annual Report and Accounts, the Chairman’s Letter to Shareholders, Notice of the AGM and Form of Proxy will be submitted to the Irish Stock Exchange t/a Euronext Dublin and the UK’s National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at and the following address: Company Announcements OfficeEuronext DublinThe Exchange,Foster Pl, Temple Bar,Dublin 2 3. Board and Committee changes Catherine Duffy who has served 9 years as a non-executive Director is not seeking re-election at the AGM. Catherine will remain a Director of the Company until the conclusion of the AGM. On behalf of the Board and Company, John B McGuckian thanks Catherine for her valued contribution during her tenure and wishes her well in her future endeavours. Lesley Williams who joined the Board on 4 January 2021, will be appointed to the Audit, Nomination and Remuneration Committees. To ensure orderly continuation of business John B. McGuckian will also be appointed to the Nomination Committee and will act as Chair of the Nomination Committee but will not chair the Committee at any time where it is dealing with the appointment of his successor. These changes will take effect following the conclusion of the AGM. 4. Interests notifiable under Article 19 of the Market Abuse Regulation In accordance with Irish Listing Rule 6.1.82(1), the following changes to director interests have taken place since 31 December 2020 to 14 April 2021 (being a date not more than one month prior to the date of the Notice of the AGM): DirectorsICG Units as at 31 Dec 2020ICG Units as at 14 Apr 2021Share Options as at 31 Dec 2020Share Options as at 14 Apr 2021John B. McGuckian296,140296,140--Eamonn Rothwell29,921,59429,986,8641,412,0001,495,000Catherine Duffy----David Ledwidge130,758149,968404,500459,500Brian O’Kelly41,74041,740--John Sheehan60,00060,000--Lesley Williams (appointed 4 Jan 21)-10,000-- 5. Interests notifiable in accordance with the Transparency Regulations and related Transparency Rules In accordance with Irish Listing Rule 6.1.82(2), the following changes to the interests in shares of ICG have been notified to the company pursuant to the Transparency Regulations and related Transparency Rules as at 14 April 2021 (being a date not more than one month prior to the date of the Notice of the AGM) compared to such interests notified as at 10 March 2021 (being the latest practicable before the publication of the Annual Report): Beneficial Holder as Notified ICG Units as at 10 Mar 2021% of issued units as at 10 Mar 2021 ICG Units as at 14 Apr 2021% of issued units as at 14 Apr 2021Eamonn Rothwell29,922,60416.0%29,986,86416.0%Wellington Management Company, LLP18,666,3329.9%18,666,3329.9%Ameriprise Financial Inc.16,862,1489.0%16,862,1489.0%Kinney Asset Management, LLC11,444,7526.1%11,444,7526.1%Marathon Asset Management, LLP11,217,0935.9%11,217,0935.9%FMR, LLC6,229,0353.3%6,229,0353.3%Brewin Dolphin Wealth Management5,895,8333.1%5,895,8333.1% END _________________________________________________________________________________ Enquiries: Eamonn Rothwell, Chief Executive Officer Tel: +353 1 607 5628 Email: David Ledwidge, Chief Financial Officer Tel: +353 1 607 5628 Email: _________________________________________________________________________________ Media enquiries: Q4 Public Relations Tel: +353 1 475 1444 Email:

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    Irish Continental Group plc (ICG) is pleased to announce that its subsidiary Irish Ferries will commence a new ferry service on the Dover – Calais route. Irish Ferries, a subsidiary of Irish Continental Group plc (ICG), is pleased to announce a new service on the Dover – Calais route. This service is planned to start in June 2021, with the transfer of the Isle of Inishmore to the route. Additional capacity will be added in the coming months. Irish Ferries is the market leader for freight and passengers between Britain and the Republic of Ireland, a leadership position that has been built on the twin pillars of customer focus and investment in purpose built ships for each route. We are very excited about launching our services on the best short sea ferry market in the world and we believe we can bring more choice for customers in the years ahead. As part of our commitment to the movement of freight on and off the Island of Ireland to both the UK and Europe, this additional capacity on the Dover – Calais route will significantly strengthen the capacity and reliability of the landbridge for exporters and importers. Hauliers will now have one operator providing an inclusive service on the Dublin - Holyhead, Rosslare - Pembroke and Dover - Calais routes. This will allow exporters and importers easier, cheaper, and quicker access to our European markets via the Common Transit Convention. It is intended to offer passenger services on the route. The initial level of passenger services offered will be dependent on the easing of Covid-19 travel restrictions. Doug Bannister, Chief Executive, Port of Dover, said: “We are delighted to welcome Irish Ferries to Dover. This announcement gives the millions of customers across the UK and the Republic of Ireland who value the intrinsic benefits of the shortest sea crossing to Europe, the prospect of even more choice. We believe the inclusive landbridge product will be popular with Irish exporters and will strengthen the just in time supply chain into the European Union. This is a clear signal of market confidence in the Dover route and will complement the resilient services currently provided. We wish Irish Ferries every success and look forward to having them on the route in the summer and working together as part of the Dover team building the future success of the Short Straits.” Jean-Marc Puissesseau, Chairman, Port of Calais, said: “the commencement of the service operated by Irish Ferries emphasises the strategic position of the port of Calais in the trade between Ireland, the United Kingdom and the continent. It is a clear sign of confidence just a few weeks before the opening of the new port of Calais”. END 26Th March 2021 Enquiries: Eamonn Rothwell, Chief Executive Officer Tel: +353 1 6075628 Email: David Ledwidge, Chief Financial Officer Tel: +353 1 6075628 Email: Gerry O’Sullivan Q4 Public Relations Tel: +353 1 475 1444