IN BRIEF: Christie expects strong 2nd half; Directors Muir, Day leave

Christie Group PLC - London-based financial, inventory and systems services provider - Holds ...

Alliance News 16 June, 2021 | 10:04AM
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Christie Group PLC - London-based financial, inventory and systems services provider - Holds annual general meeting Wednesday. Says it is progressing well and has traded in line with market expectations since the end of 2020. Christie notes that each of its services and all of its sectors are in demand. "We expect further progress once our remaining hospitality markets fully re-open for business both here and in mainland Europe. Based upon current momentum we look forward to a strong second half," says Chair & Chief Executive David Rugg.

In addition, the company says Victoria Muir is retiring from the board Wednesday after completing a three-year term, and Chris Day, who served on the board for the past 25 years, also leaves.

Andrew Doyle joined Christie on June 1 and therefore stands for re-election Wednesday. He has agreed to chair the Nominations Committee. Simon Herrick, who joined the board on May 1, also stands for re-election. He has accepted the chair of the Audit Committee position.

Current AIM stock price: 119.00 pence, up 4.4% on Wednesday

Year-to-date change: up 32%

By Evelina Grecenko;

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Security Name Price Change (%) Morningstar
Christie Group PLC 128.75 GBX 0.19 -

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