Capita PLC (CPI.L)
21 Jun 2018
June 19 British outsourcing company Capita plc said it had sold a supply chain business and won a government contract to provide firefighting services on military sites, showing progress in its turnaround plan and lifting its shares.
June 19 British outsourcer Capita plc said on Tuesday it agreed to sell its supplier assessment services business, including Constructionline, to funds affiliated with Warburg Pincus for 160 million pounds ($212 million) in cash.
May 25 Britain's Capita Plc said on Friday it raised 681.4 million pounds ($911 million) through a rights issue aimed at paying down debt, plugging a pension deficit and boosting investment.
* Will raise 700 mln pounds for restructuring and balance sheet
April 23 British IT-led outsourcer Capita announced a three-for-two rights issue on Monday and a strategic plan to return it to growth, as well as a reported full-year pretax loss of 513 million pounds ($719 million).
EDINBURGH Capita said it has won an extension on a contract to provide audience services to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in an early win for Jonathan Lewis, who became chief executive of the outsourcing firm last December.
EDINBURGH, April 18 Capita said it has won an extension on a contract to provide audience services to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in an early win for Jonathan Lewis, who became chief executive of the outsourcing firm last December.
LONDON, March 28 British Airways will keep its call centres in Newcastle and Manchester in-house and add millions of pounds of extra investment, the airline said on Wednesday, dashing Capita's hopes of winning contracts to run the operations.
* TO ANNOUNCE FULL-YEAR RESULTS AND UPDATE ON TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMME ON APRIL 26 - WEBSITE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Elisabeth O'Leary)
EDINBURGH, March 12 IT-led outsourcer Capita has named a new chief people officer who will report directly to CEO Jonathan Lewis and spearhead the staff changes needed for the troubled British services company to get back on track.