AIM Rule 26

This page contains key management and financial information and has been designed to comply with the requirements of Rule 26 of the AIM Rules on Company Information Disclosure.

This information was last updated on 31 December 2022.

1. Business Description

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2. Board of Directors

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3. Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance and Board practices

The Board recognises the importance of sound corporate governance and seeks to comply with the QCA Code. The Company’s Corporate Governance Statement can be found by clicking the following link: QCA Statement

The Board comprises two executive directors and two non-executive directors. The Board has established an Audit and Risk Committee, a Remuneration Committee  and a Disclosure Committee with formally delegated duties and responsibilities and each with written terms of reference.

Audit and Risk Committee

The Audit and Risk Committee consists of Charles McGurin and is chaired by Rob Riddleston. New committee members will be duly appointed following the resignations of Mark Whiteling and Stephen Blyth from the board. The Audit and Risk Committee meets at twice per annum and otherwise as required.

It has responsibility for ensuring that the financial performance of the Company is properly reported on and reviewed, and its role includes monitoring the integrity of the consolidated financial statements of the Company (including annual and interim accounts and results announcements), reviewing internal control and risk management systems, reviewing any changes to accounting policies, reviewing and monitoring the extent of the non-audit services undertaken by external auditors and advising on the appointment of external auditors. The Audit and Risk Committee has unrestricted access to the Company’s external auditors.

Remuneration Committee

The Remuneration Committee consists of Rob Riddleston and is chaired by Charles McGurin. A new committee member will be duly appointed following the resignation of Mark Whiteling from the board. It meets at least once per annum and at such other times as required.

The Remuneration Committee has responsibility for determining, within the agreed terms of reference, the Company’s policy on the remuneration packages of the Company’s chief executive, the chairman, the executive directors, the non-executive directors, the Company secretary and other senior executives. The Remuneration Committee also has responsibility for determining the total individual remuneration package of the chairman, each executive and non-executive director, the Company secretary and other senior executives (including bonuses, incentive payments and share options or other share awards), in each case within the terms of the Company’s remuneration policy and in consultation with the chairman of the Board and/or the chief executive officer. No Director or manager may be involved in any discussions as to their own remuneration.

Disclosure Committee

The Disclosure Committee provides support to the Board in relation to compliance with MAR, the Disclosure, Guidance and Transparency Rules and the AIM Rules for Companies and the identification, control and disclosure of “inside information”. The Disclosure Committee comprises all of the Directors, but has a quorum of any three Directors provided at least one executive Director and at least one independent non-executive Director is present. Gillian Wilmott chairs the Disclosure Committee, which meets at such times and in such manner as shall be necessary or appropriate.

Nomination Committee

The Company considers that, at this stage of its development and given the current size of its Board, it is not necessary to establish a formal nominations committee. This position will be reviewed on a regular basis by the Directors.

Share dealing code

The Company has adopted a share dealing code for the Board and certain employees in accordance with the provisions of MAR and the AIM Rules, and the Company takes all reasonable steps to ensure compliance by the Board and any relevant “applicable employees” (as defined in the AIM Rules) with such code.

Anti-bribery and corruption policy

The Company has implemented an anti-bribery and corruption policy and also implemented appropriate procedures to ensure that the Board, employees and consultants comply with the UK Bribery Act 2010.



4. Country of Incorporation and Operations

Country of incorporation: England and Wales

Company registration number: 10397171

Main country of operation: England and Wales

5. Advisors

Nominated Adviser 

Zeus Capital Limited
125 Old Broad Street,
125 Old Broad St,
London EC2N 1AR

Solicitors to the Company

BDB Pitman 
One Bartholomew Close
DX 339401 London Wall

Auditor to the Group

Crowe U.K. LLP
1 Carey Lane, Third Floor

Financial public relations

Novella Communications
South Wing
Somerset House

UK Registrars and transfer agent

Share Registrars Limited
The Courtyard
17 West Street

6. Group’s Registered Address
Xpediator PLC, 700 Avenue West, Skyline 120, Great Notley, Braintree, Essex, CM77 7AA
7. Company Documents

Articles of Association - click here to view

Admission Document - click here to view


8. Regulatory News

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9. Significant Shareholders
Top  Shareholders Number  % Voting rights 
Cogels Investments UK        37,781,045 26.7%
Mr Shaun R Godfrey        22,683,761 16.0%
Mr Sandu Grigore        15,786,500 11.1%
Berenberg Bank        11,630,670 8.2%
Stonehage Fleming Family & Partners           9,323,953 6.6%

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10. Shares not in Public Hands

In accordance with AIM Rule 26, the percentage of the Company’s issued share capital that is not in public hands is 59%.

Shareholder Number of shares 
Mr Stephen Blyth 37,781,045
Mr Shaun R Godfrey 22,683,761
Mr Sandu Grigore 15,786,500
Mr Danor Ionescu 4,163,106
Mr Richard Myson 1,941,272
Ms Daniela A Antohi 758,900
Mr Charles Mcgurin 65,321
Mr Rob Riddleston 2,084
Total 83,181,989

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11. Details of Restrictions on the Transfer of Securities
There are no restrictions on the transfer of ordinary shares.
12. Details of Any Other Exchanges
The securities of the Company are solely traded on the AIM market operated by London Stock Exchange Plc. Its shares have not been admitted, nor have any applications been made, for any of its shares to be admitted or traded on any other exchanges or trading platform.
13. Number of Securities in Issue

The Company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in treasury and therefore the number of Ordinary Shares with voting rights is 141,688,425.

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14. UK Takeover Code applicability
The UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers applies to the Company
15. Remuneration Committee – Key Objectives

The key objectives of the Remuneration Committee are to:

  • develop remuneration packages which motivate directors and support the delivery of business objectives in the short, medium and long-term;
  • align the interests of the executive directors with the interests of long-term shareholders;
  • encourage executives to operate within the risk parameters set by the Company’s board of directors;
  • ensure that the Company can recruit and retain high-quality executives through packages which are fair and attractive, but not excessive; and
  • determine fair and reasonable contractual terms and payments in respect of the termination of the Company’s relationship with any of its directors and members of the executive/senior management team.
This information was last updated on 31 December 2022