D J R Fletcher FRICS, is a founding partner and Chairman of the Company. He has over 40 years' experience in property fund and asset management, advising clients such as the pension funds of IBM, Debenhams, BHS, Allied Domecq and the Industrial Training Boards, as well as the Stratton House Investment Property Syndicates and other clients. He is a member of the management board of the Falcon Property Unit Trust.
R E G Goode FRICS, is Managing Director and has been jointly responsible for running the Company for the last 14 years. Previously he worked in the property investment departments of DTZ and Hillier Parker. He is involved in the fund and asset management for a number of major institutional and in-house clients.
R A Dickman BSc (Hons) Est Man FRICS, is a Chartered Surveyor, and has been a director of Fletcher King since May 1992. He has been in charge of the Valuation and Rating department since that date.
P J Andrews MRICS, heads up the Asset Management department and has worked at Fletcher King since 2007, prior to which he was an asset manager of five UK shopping centres whilst at Edinburgh House Estates Limited.
D H Stewart, has had a long career in banking. At Abbey National he led the Business Finance Division and was responsible for all business banking and asset finance activities of First National Bank and Abbey National. Prior to that he held senior appointments with TSB Group, Hill Samuel Bank, Creditanstalt and County NatWest Limited.
Peter Bailey ACA, is a Chartered Accountant and joined Fletcher King in 2008. He is a director of Fletcher King Investment Management plc, Compliance Officer for FCA regulated activities, and manages the finances for all group companies and property funds. Prior roles include Finance Director at an IT management consultancy, and 10 years in practice with a top 10 firm of accountants including experience in Corporate Finance and Transaction Services for AIM companies.
The Company is a public limited company incorporated and domiciled in England and Wales and listed on the AIM market of The London Stock Exchange. The registered office address is 61 Conduit Street, London W1S 2GB. The UK is the main country of operation. The group derives the majority of its revenue from the UK Market.The information has been disclosed pursuant to rule 26 of the AIM Rules for Companies and was last updated on 26 April 2017.
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The Company currently has 9,209,779 ordinary shares of 10 pence each in issue. 36.61% of the above shares are considered by AIM rules not to be in public hands. There are no restrictions as to transfer. As at 26 April 2017, the Company was aware of the following holdings of 3% or over:
|Number of Ordinary Shares||%|
|District & Urban Group||1,887,562||20.49|
|Simon de Zoete||430,000||4.67|
The Directors will comply with the provisions of the Corporate Governance Guidelines for Smaller Quoted Companies published by the Quoted Companies Alliance, from time to time, to the extent that the Directors believe it is appropriate in light of the size, stage of development and resources of the company.
Directors share dealing code
The Company has adopted, and will operate where applicable, a share dealing code for Directors and applicable employees under the equivalent terms to those provided by Rule 21 of the AIM Rules for Companies.
The Takeover Code applies to the Company and governs, inter alia, transactions which may result in a change of control of a company to which the Takeover code applies.
Articles and Advisers
240 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NW
D J R Fletcher
The Committee meets at least twice each year to consider the Company’s public reports and to review the work of the external auditors. The Committee satisfies itself that the auditors remain independent and monitors the level of non-audit services supplied to the group. The auditors confirm their independence in writing to the Committee on an annual basis.
D J R Fletcher
The Committee meets as and when appropriate and, with the help of periodic reports from independent remuneration consultants, is responsible for recommending Directors’ remuneration, the terms and conditions of their service contracts, and the allocation of options to Directors.