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This information was last updated on 14 October 2020.
The shares of Aukett Swanke Group plc are listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange (LSE). The shares are not admitted or traded on any other exchange or trading platform.
The company is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.
There are no restrictions on the transfer of the shares.
Current share price information is available from the website of the London Stock Exchange (http://www.londonstockexchange.com).
The company’s mid market share price is also published daily in The Times, The Financial Times and the Evening Standard.
Amalgamation of shareholdings
If you receive more than one copy of the annual report there may be more than one account in your name on the company’s register of members. If you would like to amalgamate your holdings please write to the company’s registrars.
The company has been notified of the following shareholdings of 3% or more:
There are 43,792,025 Ordinary 1p shares (being 26.51% of the total shares in issue) not in public hands.
Enquiries relating to matters such as loss of a share certificate, dividend payments or notification of a change of name or address should be directed to the company’s registrars:
Equiniti also provide a website which enables shareholders to view up to date information about their shareholding in the company at www.shareview.co.uk.
Donate your shares
The company supports ShareGift, the charity share donation scheme administered by The Orr Mackintosh Foundation (registered charity number 1052686).
Through ShareGift, shareholders who have only a very small number of shares which might be considered uneconomic to sell are able to donate them to charity. Donated share are aggregated and sold by ShareGift, the proceeds being passed onto a wide range of UK charities.
Donating shares to charity gives rise neither to a gain or loss for UK capital gains tax purposes and UK taxpayers may also be able to claim income tax relief on such gifts of shares.
Further details about ShareGift can be obtained from: