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Since flotation in December 2006, the Group has established itself as a major player in the United Kingdom automotive retail sector. The Group is the 6th largest motor retailer by turnover and operates in over 120 locations.
The Group is UK registered and so is subject to the UK city code on takeovers and mergers.
The Directors acknowledge the importance of the principles set out in the UK Corporate Governance Code. Although compliance with the UK Corporate Governance Code is not compulsory for AIM companies, the Directors apply the principles as far as practicable and appropriate for a public company of this nature and size. Details of its compliance are set out in its accounts each year. The Board also follows, as far as practicable, the recommendations on corporate governance of the Quoted Companies Alliance for companies with shares traded on AIM.
Vertu Motors Securities are currently only traded on AIM. Please refer to the table below for significant shareholders information.
This information is up to date as at 19/10/17
393,136,808 ordinary 10p shares
|Artemis Investment Management||29943170||7.62|
|Cazenove Capital Management||18600000||4.73|
|Octopus Investments Nominees Limited||19678381||5.01|
|F&C Asset Management||19574091||4.98|
|Invesco Asset Management||12594310||3.20|
|Majedie Asset Management Limited||14512492||3.69|
|Miton Group plc||19816677||5.04|
|Denver Investment Advisors LLC||12451914||3.17|
|Tweedy Browne Company LLC||20200937||5.14|
13,687,961 ordinary 10p shares (3.46%)
There are currently no restrictions on the transfer of securities.