Company Homepage with LOTS of CURRENT INFO:
LEISURE & GAMING (LSE: LNG.L)
above Yahoo chart is for the same company. There is only one class of stock.
LNG on the London AIM exchange and LRGPF on Grey Sheets.
I do not know what the ADRs ( American Depository Receipts) on the Greys = in terms of how many LNG.L they are.
it is common for English stocks and their ADRs to represent different amounts of shares.
La Mouette Asset Management 7.8
L&G Employee Benefit Trust 7.4 (see beneficiaries below)
Meridian Trust Company Limited 5.7
Cliff D'Arcy 5.7
Barclays Plc 5.2
T J Smalley 4.6
Gabriel Chaleplis 4.5 (excludes EBT)
Adrian Bachman 3.4
Edouard Mercier 3.4
Smith & Williamson 3.3
Please see the Regulatory filings page of this website for advised holdings post 13 November 2009.
Neil Craven 2,507,509
Philip Parker 404,167 (excludes EBT)
Colin Eastaugh 375,000
Richard Creed 410,000
3.9% of issued share capital
Employee benefit trust allocation
Henry Birch 2,209,772
Benjamin Shaw 2,203,968
Philip Parker 909,172
Michael Baird 586,547
Gabriel Chaleplis 420,000
Paul Milburn 420,000
Giles Willits 250,000
15 May 2009
Leisure & Gaming plc ("L&G" or "the Company"), the online betting and gaming
group has been informed that Barclays PLC holds 4,868,119 ordinary shares of
5p each representing 5.17% of the issued share capital of the Company.
What caused the big drop in 2006:
PartyGaming, Sportingbet Plunge on U.S. Gambling Law (Update8)
LONDON (AFX) - Leisure & Gaming PLC had its AIM listing restored today after announcing that it has agreed the reverse takeover of VIP Management Services N.V. and Bon Bini Investments N.V. ("VIP") for up to 23.45 mln stg.
VIP is headquartered in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, with an office in Bristol in the UK. Its product portfolio principally includes online sports book, horse racing and online casino games.
Leisure & Gaming sold VIP.com and NINE.com for $1.00 in 2006.
must-see Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leisure_and_Gaming#cite_note-0
"Britain's Sportingbet and Leisure & Gaming both pulled out of the United States ahead of a ban on Internet gambling on Friday, each selling their U.S. operations to private investors for $1.
Smaller rival World Gaming meanwhile said it was impossible to continue in business and called in administrators.
All three companies were rushing to complete the deals before President George W. Bush signed a bill to prohibit Internet gambling into law on Friday."