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Thursday 19 December, 2019

Wilmington PLC

Employee Share Ownership Trust Purchase

RNS Number : 4962X
Wilmington PLC
19 December 2019
 

19 December 2019

 

Wilmington plc

Employee Share Ownership Trust Purchase

 

 

Further to the announcement made on 2 December 2019 outlining the commencement of a planned programme of share purchases to be made by the Wilmington Group plc Employee Share Ownership Trust ('the Trust'), on 19 December 2019 Wilmington plc ('the Company') was notified by SG Kleinwort Hambros Trust Company (CI) Limited acting as Trustee that on 18 December 2019 the Trust completed the purchase of 40,000 ordinary shares of 5p each in the Company at an average price of £2.65.

 

The Trust holds the shares for the benefit of the Company's employees and in particular for the satisfying of awards made under the Company's various share schemes.

 

The Trust now holds 80,000 ordinary shares in the Company representing 0.09% of the Company's current voting rights.

 

 

For further information, please contact:

 

Wilmington plc                                                     020 7490 0049

 

Richard Amos, Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer

 

 

 

Notes to Editors 

Wilmington is the recognised knowledge leader and partner of choice for information, education and networking in Risk & Compliance, Professional and Healthcare areas. Wilmington employs close to 1,000 people and has customers in 120 countries. Wilmington plc is a premium listed Company on the main market of the London Stock Exchange


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