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Progress on completion of sale of conventional cash businesses

G4S, the leading global security company, is pleased to report that, as part of the transaction announced on 26 February 2020, it completed the sale of its conventional cash businesses in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania on 14 September for aggregate proceeds of around £49 million.
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Further statement regarding unsolicited possible cash offer

This is an announcement falling under rule 2.4 of the city code on takeovers and mergers (The "code") and does not constitute an announcement of a firm intention to make an offer under rule 2.7 of the code. There can be no certainty that any firm offer will be made nor as to the terms on which any firm offer might be made. 

Statement regarding unsolicited possible cash offer

Following this morning’s announcement by Garda World Security Corporation (“GardaWorld”), the Board of G4S plc (“G4S” or “the Company”) confirms that on 1 September 2020, it received an unsolicited proposal from BC Partners and GardaWorld, regarding a possible cash offer of 190 pence per G4S share for the entire issued, and to be issued, share capital of G4S (the “New Proposal”), which represents a premium of 31% to the price of 145 pence per share prevailing immediately prior to the announcement of the possible offer. 
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Every second counts: getting ahead of a coup

For businesses operating in unstable regions, the risk of uprisings can be very real with devastating consequences to the safety of their employees and operations. When a coup d’etat is looming, every second is vital so that businesses can prepare and protect their staff, and G4S’s expert and timely security intelligence service can ensure companies stay one step ahead. 

Three reasons businesses should include thermal cameras in their post-coronavirus plan

Thermal cameras have been a vital part of the strategy to limit the spread of Covid-19 in Asia, writes Eric Chan, Executive Director of G4S Security Systems Hong Kong.

World-wide knowledge sharing helps customers access innovative security solutions

The global expansion of the G4S Academy is providing customers with the newest and most sophisticated solutions, by sharing industry knowledge from around the world, in one place.

How our people have secured your world in the Covid-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for governments, businesses and communities everywhere. In the midst of this, G4S staff all over the world have responded with extraordinary courage and resilience to keep vital services and workplaces safe, clean and secure. There are more than 550,000 G4S employees worldwide. Here, a handful share how their workplace has changed in the worst global pandemic in 100 years.
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2020 Half Year Results

G4S today announces its results for the six months ended 30 June 2020.
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G4S Care and Justice Services (UK) Limited agrees deferred prosecution agreement with UK serious fraud office

G4S plc (“G4S” or the “Company”) announces that, in relation to the UK Serious Fraud Office (“SFO”) investigation initiated in 2013, its subsidiary G4S Care and Justice Services (UK) Limited (“G4SCJ”) has agreed a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (“DPA”) with the SFO. 
Cash

Progress on completion of conventional cash transaction

G4S, the leading global security company is pleased to report that it has now completed and received approximately 75% of the proceeds anticipated from the sale of its conventional cash businesses to The Brink’s Company (“Brink’s”) that was announced on 26 February 2020.
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The 'new normal' for security post Covid-19

Yannick De Smet, Strategic Solutions Manager for G4S in Belgium, looks at how the security industry might change following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
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G4S COVID-19 Update

As countries and communities around the world continue to battle the spread of Covid-19, we would like to outline some of the measures we have implemented at G4S to protect our employees and customers.
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AMAG Technology introduces Symmetry Business Intelligence 

Making your security data work for you, Symmetry Business Intelligence uses access control data to easily discover abnormal behaviour and identify who may pose a high risk to your organisation.

Integrated Security Solutions

Our growing focus on integrated, technology-enabled solutions creates additional security and efficiency benefits to customers and increases our ability to differentiate G4S's offering in the security market, which in turn supports our goal of accelerating profitable growth.

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