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With a business established since 1998, TISE is well positioned to continue to deliver growth and profitability

Date Listed

23 June 2016

ISIN

GG00BYYLRY96

Mnemonic

TISEG

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Governance

The Board recognises the importance of corporate governance and its contribution to promoting the long-term success of the company. The Board has adopted the Quoted Companies Alliance Corporate Governance Code (the QCA Code) in support of the company’s commitment to upholding good corporate governance practices. The QCA Code is tailored for small and mid-size quoted companies and aims to help companies build trust with stakeholders through a pragmatic and proportionate approach to governance.

The Board

The Board determines the Group’s strategy and overall commercial objectives, ensuring that the organisation is run effectively for the long-term benefit of the shareholders and other key stakeholders.

The Board includes an appropriate combination of skills, experience, independence and other characteristics which promote a diversity of perspectives and ensure that it operates effectively. The Board takes decisions collaboratively and there is collective responsibility for achieving success.

The Board comprises five independent non-executive directors (including the Chair) and the Chief Executive Officer.

Guy Coltman Photo

Guy Coltman

Non-Executive Director

Gill Morris Photo

Gill Morris

Non-Executive Director

Stuart Turner Photo

Stuart Turner

Non-Executive Director

Anderson Whamond Photo

Anderson Whamond

Non-Executive Director

Board Committees

The Group boards have established four joint committees to oversee specific areas and activities. Each of the committees has terms of reference detailing their roles and responsibilities and these are reviewed annually.

The committees provide regular reporting to the boards on their activities. Whilst these committees may provide advice and make recommendations in respect of any areas within their remit, it remains the responsibility of the boards to agree and approve any action required.

 

Audit Committee

The committee reviews the Group’s financial reporting, taking into consideration whether it presents a fair, balanced and understandable account with which to assess the financial performance, business model and strategy. The committee oversees the relationship with the external auditor and assesses the effectiveness of the audit process. The committee monitors the adequacy and effectiveness of the Group’s internal controls and practices to manage financial risks. 

Nominations Committee

The committee reviews the structure, size, balance and composition (including the skills, knowledge, experience and diversity) of the Group boards. The committee makes recommendations to the boards in respect of candidates for appointment as director and, where relevant, re-election as director. The committee monitors the leadership needs of the Group, including succession planning.

Remuneration Committee

The committee reviews the remuneration strategy of the Group, including the balance between fixed and performance related, immediate and deferred remuneration, within the context of the Group’s strategic objectives and risk appetite. The committee makes recommendations to the TISEG board regarding the total compensation package (including share awards) for each of the Group’s senior executives.

Risk Committee

The committee reviews the Group’s significant risks within the context of the Group’s strategic objectives and risk appetite. The committee reviews the adequacy and effectiveness of the internal controls and practices to manage key business and non-financial risks. The committee monitors the Group’s non-financial controls such as regulatory compliance, data protection, business continuity and cyber security.

Corporate Sustainability 

Corporate Sustainability Statement 2021

Shareholder Information

Find shareholder information, details of the registrar and FAQs.

Major Shareholders

 

Shareholder

Direct/
Indirect

Nos of Shares

Percentage

Bailiwick Investments Limited

Indirect

383,964

13.6%

Moulton Goodies Limited

Direct

295,430

11.5%

Pula Investments Limited

Indirect

250,000

8.9%

Mark Thistlethwayte

Indirect

250,000

8.9%

Carey Olsen Corporate Finance Limited

Direct

246,100

8.7%

Fiona Le Poidevin

Direct

200,000

7.1%

David Ozanne & Lynn Ozanne

Indirect

130,000

4.6%

Information correct as at date of publishing (9 November 2021)

Financial Calendar

 

Event

Month

Annual Report and Accounts expected to be published

March

Dividend ordinarily announced

March

Annual General Meeting expect to be held

May

Interim Financial Report expected to be published

September

Dividend ordinarily announced

September

Frequently Asked Questions

A number of the most commonly asked questions and queries are set out below.
If the answer to your query is not listed on this page or if you are unsure who to contact, please contact the Company Secretary.

Company Secretary, The International Stock Exchange Group Limited
PO Box 623, Helvetia Court, Block B, 3rd Floor, Les Echelons, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1AR

Email: emily.humphry@tisegroup.com 

FAQs

How do I check or update the details relating to my shareholding?

Please contact the company’s Registrar, JTC Registrars Limited, PO Box 156, Ground Floor, Dorey Court, Admiral Park, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 4EU

Investor Helpline: +44 (0) 1481 702400

Website: https://www.jtcgroup.com/services/corporate/registrar-services/ 

 

What should I do if I have lost my dividend cheque?

Please contact the Company Secretary (see above).

 

Can I arrange for dividends to be paid directly into my bank account?

Please contact the Company Secretary (see above).

 

Can I have my dividends reinvested rather than taking them as cash?

This service is currently not available. Parties who are interested in buying shares should contact Jake Le Marchant (Head of Trading & Market Making) at Ravenscroft (CI) Limited by telephone on +44 (0)1481 742199 or by email at jlemarchant@ravenscroftgroup.com.

 

What should I do if I have lost my dividend voucher?

Please contact the Company Secretary (see above).

 

How do I register for email communications?

We encourage shareholders to elect to receive shareholder communications electronically because it allows the information to be delivered more quickly, reduces printing and posting costs, and is more environmentally friendly.

If you would like to elect to receive shareholder communications by email, please contact the Company Secretary (see above) to update your communication preferences.

We recognise that not everyone has a preference for electronic communications and shareholders may still elect to receive documents in hard copy form by post.

 

How can I confirm my shareholding?

Please contact the company’s Registrar, JTC Registrars Limited (see question 1).

 

How can I notify a change of name, address or other details?

You must notify the company’s Registrar, JTC Registrars Limited (see question 1), and enclose the relevant documentation e.g. marriage certificate. If your shares are held jointly, you must make sure that the notification is signed by all joint shareholders.

 

How can I replace a missing share certificate?

The shares are issued in uncertificated form and share certificates are not produced. Confirmation of your current shareholding can be obtained from the company’s Registrar, JTC Registrars Limited, (see question 1).

 

How can I buy, sell or transfer shares?

Ravenscroft (CI) Limited has been appointed as a Market Maker in the company’s shares. Please contact Jake Le Marchant (Head of Trading & Market Making) at Ravenscroft (CI) Limited by telephone on +44 (0)1481 742199 or by email at jlemarchant@ravenscroftgroup.com.

The shares are CREST enabled meaning that they can be traded electronically and settled on a delivery-versus-payment basis within the CREST settlement system. Shareholders wishing to make use of this facility can either approach a stockbroker to sponsor a personal CREST account in their own name or transfer their shares into a nominee account with a stockbroker or bank where they will be held with the assets of the firm’s other clients.

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