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Friday 05 May, 2000

ITE Group PLC

Change to Board of Directors

ITE Group PLC
5 May 2000

        ITE Group Plc ('ITE' or the 'Company')

                    Board Changes

By mutual agreement, Steve Monnington, Group Chief
Executive, has resigned from the board of ITE in order to
continue his original acquisition broking business.  He
will be working closely with ITE in identifying suitable
business development opportunities. Lawrie Lewis, ITE's
Chairman, has taken over as Chief Executive.

Darra Comyn, ITE's Financial Director, has also resigned
and Ian Tomkins has been appointed as Group Financial
Director. Ian has been employed by ITE since July 1998 in
the role of Deputy Financial Director. He is a Chartered
Accountant, having qualified with Price Waterhouse in
1988. Darra Comyn will remain as a consultant for a
further period of six months to assist with the
changeover.

All the above board changes take place with immediate
effect.


ITE Group Plc - Appointment of new directors

On 5 May, 2000, the board of ITE Group Plc ('ITE' or 'the
Company') announced the appointment of Ian Tomkins as
executive director of the Company with immediate effect.

Current:

Mr Tomkins has not held any directorships over the past
five years preceding the date of his appointment to the
Company.

Mr Tomkins has not: had any unspent convictions in
relation to indictable offences; been involved in any
bankruptcy or individual voluntary arrangements; been
involved as a director of a company which has gone into
receivership or been the subject of any compulsory
liquidations, creditors voluntary liquidations,
administrations, company voluntary arrangements, or any
composition or arrangement with its creditors generally
or in any class of its creditors at the time of or within
12 months preceding such events; been involved as a
partner when the partnership has been the subject of any
compulsory liquidations, administrations or partnership
voluntary arrangements at the time of or within 12 months
preceding such events; been involved in any receiverships
of any of his assets, or of any assets of a partnership
of which he was a partner, at the time of or within 12
months preceding such events; or been the subject of any
public criticism by any statutory or regulatory authority
(including recognised professional bodies) or been
disqualified by a court from acting as a director of a
company or from acting in the management or conduct the
affairs of any company.