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DIRECTOR DEALINGS: GlobalData CEO Danson offloads 1.1 million shares

Fri, 14th Jan 2022 19:20

(Alliance News) - The following is a round-up of share dealings by London-listed company directors and managers announced on Friday and not separately reported by Alliance News:



GlobalData PLC - London-based data analytics and consulting company - Chief Executive Mike Danson sells 1.1 million shares at 1,415p each, worth GBP15.6 million, on Thursday.



Associated British Foods PLC - FTSE 100-listed food processing and retailing company - Charles Adamo, associated with Non-Executive Director Emma Adamo sells 38,204 shares at 2,092 pence each, worth around GBP799,227, on Wednesday.



Polar Capital Holdings PLC - asset manager - Non-Executive Chair David Lamb buys 45,000 shares at 686p each, worth GBP308,700.



Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC - London-based FTSE 250-listed events and financial information company - Domitille Van de Walle, a person closely associated to Chair Leslie Van de Walle, acquires 6,000 shares at GBP9.00 each on Friday, worth GBP54,000.



By Greg Roxburgh; gregroxburgh@alliancenews.com

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