Bramson's Sherborne waged a three year battle to try and get Barclays to slim down its investment bank, arguing the division was weighing on the group's share price.
7 May 2021 HARGREAVE HALE AIM VCT PLC (the “Company”) Total Voting Rights and Capital In conformity with the Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the Company notifies the market of the following: As at 30 April 2021, there were 230,954,580 ordinary shares of 1p in issue carrying one vote each. The Company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in Treasury. Therefore, the total voting rights in the Company are 230,954,580. This figure may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules. END For further information, please contact: JTC (UK) LimitedSusan.FadilRuth WrightHHV.CoSec@jtcgroup.com +44 20 3893 1005 +44 203 893 1011 LEI: 213800LRYA19A69SIT31
Private-equity firm KKR-backed Pepper Money plans to raise about A$500.1 million ($389.38 million) in Australia's biggest initial public offering of the year so far, valuing the non-banking lender at A$1.3 billion. The listing plan comes as near-zero borrowing costs and rebounding investor confidence spark hopes of record deals in merger and acquisition activity this year, leading to a jump in initial public offerings (IPOs) in Australia. Pepper Money, which provides home loans and commercial real estate loans in Australia and New Zealand, also plans to capitalise on the rebound in jobs and the housing market.