Key Facts

  • Last Update: 6 October 2020
  • Stack Code: CNS
  • Year End: 31 December
  • No. of Shares in Issue: 494,852,304 – England and Wales
  • Registered Address: St Mary’s Court, The Broadway, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 0UT, UK
  • Company Number: 2662918
  • Main Country of Operation: United Kingdom
  • Percentage of Shares not in public hands: 51.74%
  • Index Market: AIM

There are no restrictions on the transfer of ordinary shares in the company.

Shareholder Engagement

Corero is committed to listening and communicating openly with its shareholders to ensure that is strategy, business model and performance are clearly understood. Understanding the views of analysts and investors, and seeking an active dialogue to help these audiences understand the Corero business, is important to driving the business forward. Corero does this via investor roadshows, attending investor conferences and regular financial reporting.

Corero engages with shareholders in the following ways:

  • Meetings with institutional and material private shareholders (those holding more than 1% of Corero issued shares) as part of the year end and interim results announcement roadshows. The Board is kept informed of the views and concerns of any major shareholders, with any significant reports from analysts circulated to the Board.
  • Attendance at private investor conferences and forums. Shareholders will be informed of such events by Corero issuing an RNS Reach announcement.
  • Corero utilises both regulatory and non-regulatory channels to keep shareholders informed on company progress and performance.
  • Corero engages with shareholders and responds to questions sent by email to: investorrelations@corero.com.
  • In addition, Corero’s AGM is a forum for dialogue with all shareholders. The Notice of AGM is sent to shareholders at least 21 days prior to the meeting.

Corero’s website, under the “Investors” section, contains information to satisfy shareholder needs.

If you have any shareholder queries relating to Corero, please send an email to investor_relations@corero.com or contact Corero’s financial PR firm Vigo Communications (primary contact is Jeremy Garcia +44 20 7390 0233, corero@vigocomms.com).

Neil Pritchard, Corero’s Group Finance Director, is primarily responsible for shareholder liaison. Neil can be contacted on +44 1895 876 382 or by email at neil.pritchard@corero.com.

If shareholders wish to discuss any matters with Corero’s Chairman, Jens Montanana, he can be contacted by email at jens.montanana@corero.com.

Stakeholders

Corero recognises that long-term success is underpinned by good relations with its key stakeholders, both internal (workforce) and external (suppliers, customers, regulators and others). As part of Corero’s annual planning and budgeting process, the Company identifies its stakeholders and their respective needs, interests and expectations. In addition, the strategy for engaging with these stakeholder groups is formulated and implemented. Corero values feedback from its stakeholders and proactively endeavours to address any matter identified. Feedback gathered to-date has been from: customers for Corero’s products and services; employees as part of quarterly company updates; and shareholders.

Who We Are

Corero’s Award-Winning SmartWall® Network Threat Defense System

Service providers, cloud providers and digital enterprises rely on Corero’s award winning SmartWall® Network Threat Defense System (“SmartWall)” technology to eliminate the DDoS threat to their environment through automatic attack detection and mitigation, coupled with network visibility, analytics and reporting. Read More…

Why we do it
  • Corero believes in a safe Internet protected from cyber-attacks.
  • Corero strives to eliminate the threat of DDoS attacks.
How we do it
  • Corero does this by combining its patents, algorithms, more than a decade of cyber-security experience and its DDoS threat analytics.
What we do
  • Corero’s SmartWall product detects and mitigates attacks in seconds allowing customers to stay open for business during an attack.