The Gym Group plc
12-16 Addiscombe Road
Registered in England and Wales, company number 08528493
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Hard copies of the Annual Report are obtainable by contacting the Company through the contact form.
Our Joint Brokers are Numis Securities Ltd and Peel Hunt LLP. Contact details are below:
Numis Securities Ltd
The London Stock Exchange Building
10 Paternoster Square
Tel: 020 7260 1000
Peel Hunt LLP
120 London Wall
Tel: 020 7418 8869
Share certificates are legal documents that show how many shares you have bought in a listed company, and should be kept in a safe place. Unless you opt to hold your shares in electronic form (through a CREST account or through a nominee), a certificate is sent to you when you have bought your shares.
Contact the Company’s Registrar, quoting your shareholder reference number if you have it - this can be found on your share certificate or on the tax voucher accompanying your dividend. The Registrar keeps a record of shareholders names and addresses, and the number of shares they own. Registrar contact details will be provided on admission.
Information for investors about The Gym Group, including all regulatory announcements, can be found on this website; Investors.
As a quoted company, The Gym Group is required to provide its shareholders with frequent information. At the end of the first half of the Company’s reporting year, it will produce an interim results statement giving unaudited first-half profits. At the end of the full year, a preliminary announcement will be published. Information for investors about The Gym Group, including all regulatory announcements, can be found on this website; Financial Calandar.
The date of the Company’s AGM will be posted on the financial calendar section of this website and a Notice of AGM will be sent to shareholders ahead of the event.
Yes, except for when the Company is in a close period.
As part of its listing rules, the UK Listing Authority (UKLA) has produced the Model Code. Listed companies, such as The Gym Group, must comply with the Model Code restricting the ability of their senior managers and officers (restricted persons) to deal in the Company’s securities. The Model Code requires restricted persons to seek clearance before buying or selling securities. There are prescribed circumstances when clearance must be refused, including during a close period.
A close period is any of the following:
- The 60 days leading up to a preliminary announcement of the company’s annual results
- The 60 days leading up to publication of the company’s annual financial report
- If the company reports on a half-yearly basis, the period from the end of the relevant financial period until the time of publication
- The 30 days leading up to the publication of quarterly results.
Information for investors about The Gym Group, including all regulatory announcements, can be found on this website; Financial Calender.
The Directors intend to adopt a progressive dividend policy whilst maintaining an appropriate level of dividend cover. This policy is intended to allow the Group to retain sufficient capital to meet both the working capital needs of the business and to fund the planned continued expansion of the Group in line with its roll-out strategy. The Board’s current intention is to target an initial payout ratio of approximately 10 per cent. to 20 per cent. of Group Adjusted Net Income. Assuming that there are sufficient distributable reserves available at the time, the Directors intend that the Company will pay an interim dividend and a final dividend in respect of each financial year in the approximate proportions of one-third and two-thirds, respectively, of the total annual dividend.
The Company may revise its dividend policy from time to time. There are no guarantees that the Company will pay dividends or the level of any such dividends.
Please refer to the Financial Calendar for details of dividend payment dates.
Shares can be bought and sold through a stockbroker, bank, building society or "share shop". You should always seek independent financial advice before buying and selling shares.
Your share certificate provides details of how many shares you have bought in the Company.
If you have lost your share certificate, you should contact the Company’s Registrar as quickly as possible, quoting your shareholder reference number if you have it - this can be found on your share certificate or on the tax voucher accompanying your dividend. The Registrar keeps a record of shareholders names and addresses, and the number of shares they own. We will appoint a registrar after Admission.
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