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Cash Sorting

Sale of majority of conventional cash businesses

G4S plc (“G4S” or the “Group”) announces that it has entered into an agreement to sell the majority of its conventional cash handling businesses, with 2019 revenues of £0.6 billion, to The Brink’s Company (“Brink’s”) for an enterprise value of £727 million. 

Natwest and G4S announce intelligent safe

NatWest has launched Intelligent Safe, an innovative cash management system developed in partnership with G4S that will allow businesses to deposit cash without visiting the bank test test.
Prisoner at HMP Rye Hill

HMP Rye Hill creating ‘meaningful rehabilitative culture’

Inspectors from HMIP found G4S-run HMP Rye Hill to be a well-run facility that effectively manages a complex and high risk prison population.
Digital Cash

Digitising cash will create a level playing field

With millions of people across the UK still reliant on cash to make payments, Mike Bowen, Head of Strategy for G4S Cash Solutions, gives his view on the future of payments in the UK.
Ashley Almanza discusses 2017 Half Year Results

Ashley Almanza - 2017 HY Results

Ashley Almanza discusses the 2017 Half Year results
Ashley Almanza - 2016 Full Year Results

Ashley Almanza - 2016 FY Results

Ashley Almanza, G4S CEO, discusses the 2016 Financial Results announced on 8 March 2017.

A dedicated candidate database

Our candidate database allows G4S to quickly identify, recruit and deploy suitable candidates, differentiating us from our local, regional and global competitors, a benefit which we of course pass on to our customers.

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woman at market buying tomatoes with cash

Cash is king in Africa finds G4S World Cash Report

Cash will remain a very important means of payment for years to come in Africa, according to the G4S World Cash Report being presented at the Africa and Middle East Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) in Accra, Ghana, today.