Softcat opened trading on the London Stock Exchange this morning as it made its full debut as a public company.
Chief executive Martin Hellawell is pictured alongside the firm's longest-serving employee, head of human resources Shelley Ferrigno; and chief financial officer Graham Charlton as the Marlow-based reseller got action under way.
This morning, the entire ordinary share capital of 196,776,260 ordinary shares was admitted to trading on the LSE's main market, under the ticker SCT.
At the time of writing, its share price stood at 282 pence, up a penny on the opening value.
"The basic message we have put out to the market is 'more of the same'," he said.
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