AIM Rule 26 information
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Utilising micro-engineering principles, Microsaic is the first to miniaturise mass spectrometry for point-of-need use. Our patented chip-based technology enables analytical detection and characterisation at the point-of-need, whether within a conventional laboratory setting, or within a bioprocessing facility.
Easy to use and maintain, with no prior knowledge of MS required, our technology gives users and process operators access to continuous mass spectrometer detection data at any step in their workflow.
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UK Takeover Code Applicability
The UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers applies to the Company.
Country of Incorporation and Operations
Country of incorporation : England, United Kingdom
Company registration number : 03568010
Main country of operation : United Kingdom
Details of Restrictions on the Transfer of Securities
There are no restrictions on the transfer of ordinary shares.
Details of any other Exchanges
The securities of the Company are traded on the AIM market operated by the 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.
AIM securities in issue as at 31 December 2021: 6,076,365,146
The percentage of AIM securities not in public hands at 31 December 2021 is 27.48%. The company does not hold any shares in treasury.
Significant shareholders (3% and above)
At 31 December 2021:
|Unicorn Asset Mgt||12.34%|
|Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Mgt||11.66%|
|Premier Miton Investors||7.93%|
|Helium Rising Stars Fund||7.79%|
|Jarvis Investment Mgt||7.74%|
|Intuitive Investments Group||3.99%|
|Halifax Share Dealing||3.67%|
There are no restrictions on the transfer of AIM securities.
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This information was last updated on 13 January 2022