Shareholder Information

Financial Calendar

Final Results Announcement 2019 24 September 2019
Annual General Meeting 2019 14 November 2019
Final Dividend Payment Date December 2019
Interim Results Announcement March 2020
Interim Dividend May 2020


Director Shareholding Percentage of issued shares
Brendan Hynes 74,914 0.44
Roger McDowell 344,189 2.01


As of 11 July 2019, the Company has been notified of the following interests representing 3% or more in the voting rights of the Company.

Significant Shareholders Shareholding Percentage of issued shares
Soros Fund Mgt 2,121,426 12.31
BGF Investments 1,601,250 9.29
Western Selection Plc 1,300,000 7.54
FIL Investment International 1,254,544 7.28
Canaccord Genuity Wealth Mgt 1,060,000 6.15
R & A Persey 1,032,271 5.99
Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Mgt 1,009,405 5.86
Gresham House 927,773 5.38
River & Mercantile Asset Mgt 900,000 5.22
City Asset Mgt 630,221 3.66
Barclays Wealth 524,620 3.04

AIM securities in issue: 17,135,542 Ordinary 5p shares.
The percentage of AIM securities that are in issue but not in public hands is 13.24% (last updated 11 July 2019).

There are no restrictions on the transfer of Brand Architekts AIM securities.
There are no shares held in treasury.

Brand Architekts Group plc has only applied and agreed to have its securities traded on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
Brand Architekts Group plc is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.

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