(Alliance News) - The following is a round-up of share dealings by London-listed company directors and managers announced on Monday and not separately reported by Alliance News:
IG Group Holdings PLC - London-based contracts-for-difference trading provider - Chief Risk Officer Joe McCaughran and associate Helen McCaughran sell a total of 18,356 shares, mostly at GBP8.44, worth GBP154,954 in total, on Friday last week. Chief Product Officer Matthew Brief sells a spread bet equivalent to 50,000 IG shares at GBP8.45, worth GBP422,300, also on Friday.
Caledonia Mining Corp PLC - southern Africa-focused exploration and development company - Director John Kelly sells 13,163 shares at average USD19.49, worth USD256,547, on Wednesday and Friday last week. Still has 16,220 shares.
DX Group PLC - Buckinghamshire-based parcel freight, courier and logistics services - Chief Financial Officer David Mulligan buys 116,000 shares at 17.25 pence, worth GBP20,010, on Friday last week. Now has 2.5 million shares, a 0.4% stake.
Safestyle UK PLC - Bradford-based retailer and manufacturer of PVCu replacement windows - CFO Rob Neale buys 50,000 shares at 34.58p, worth GBP17,288, on Monday. Now has 325,000 shares, a 0.2% stake.
Energean PLC - gas exploration and production in Mediterranean - Non-Executive Director Efstathios Topouzoglou buys 17,432 shares via OilCo Investments Ltd at GBP5.46, worth GBP95,179, on Wednesday last week.
Mobeus Income & Growth VCT PLC - venture capital trust - Non-Executive Director Catherine Wall sells 26,205 shares at 55.42 pence, worth GBP14,523, on Monday last week. Still has 58,947 shares.
Franchise Brands PLC - Macclesfield-based multi-brand franchise business, including consumer brands ChipsAway, Ovenclean and Barking Mad - Three directors buy a total of 58,536 shares at 102.5 pence, worth GBP59,999, on Friday. CFO Chris Dent buys 29,268 shares, while Managing Director of B2C Division Tim Harris and Chief Information Officer Colin Rees each buy 14,634.
Highland Gold Mining Ltd - miner in Russian regions of Khabarovsk, Zabaikalsk and Chukotka - Fortiana Holdings Ltd, a wholly owned Cyprus-incorporated vehicle of Russian citizen Vladislav Sviblov raises stake in Highland to 40% from 24% on Friday last week after completing the July 31 agreement to take a 40% stake in Highland in two stages. The acquisition, which valued Highland at GBP1.09 billion, was completed after Fortiana received approval for the deal on Thursday from the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service. As part of the agreement, Highland Chair Eugene Shvidler sells 18.0 million shares to Fortiana, a 4.9% stake, and Non-Executive Director Valery Oyf sells 6.6 million, at 1.8% holding. The two director sales are at the overall deal price of GBP3.00 per share and worth GBP73.8 million in total.
Uniphar PLC - Dublin-based healthcare services - Non-Executive Director Paul Hogan buys 32,998 shares at EUR2.48, worth EUR81,670, on Monday.
By Tom Waite; firstname.lastname@example.org
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