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Significant shareholder definition

What does Significant shareholder mean?

A term defined in the AIM Rules as any person with a holding of 3% or more in any class of AIM security (excluding treasury shares). This term is relevant in: • Rule 2 of the AIM Rules under which an applicant to AIM must disclose significant shareholders in its Schedule One information • Rule 17 under which an AIM company must notify any relevant changes to significant shareholders, and • Rule 26 under which an AIM company’s website must disclose significant shareholders.

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