GetBusy’s specialist productivity software solutions enable growing businesses to work securely and efficiently with their customers, suppliers and teams anytime, anywhere. Our solutions can be delivered flexibly across cloud, mobile, hosted and on-premise platforms, whilst integrating seamlessly with a wide variety of other class-leading core business systems.
With over 75,000 paying users and over 3 million collaborators across multiple market sectors and jurisdictions, GetBusy is an established and fast-growing SaaS business delivering sustained double-digit growth in high-quality recurring subscription revenue over the long term.
COMPANY OF INCORPORATION AND MAIN COUNTRY OF OPERATION
Company Registration Number:
Main Country Of Incorporation:
Suite 8 The Works
20 West Street
Broker and nominated adviser:
One Bartholomew Close
London Fruit & Wool Exchange
1 Duval Square
RSM UK Audit LLP
Suite A, 7th Floor
City Gate East
2 Tollhouse Hill
Computershare Investor Services plc
Bristol BS13 8AE
OTHER EXCHANGES AND TRADING PLATFORMS ON WHICH SECURITIES ARE TRADED
RESTRICTIONS ON THE TRANSFER OF AIM SECURITIES
There are no restrictions on the transfer of securities.
SECURITIES ON ISSUE
49,678,631 ordinary shares of 0.15 pence each.
Nil ordinary shares held in treasury.
PERCENTAGE OF SECURITIES NOT IN PUBLIC HANDS
The company has received disclosure of interest from, or is aware of,
the following holders of more than 3% of the Company’s issued share capital as at 31 August 2022:
BGF Investment Management Limited
Herald Investment Management
River & Mercantile Asset Management
The Company is a public company incorporated in England and Wales and its Ordinary Shares are admitted to trading on AIM. Accordingly, the City Code applies to all takeover and merger transactions in relation to the Company and operates principally to ensure that shareholders of the Company are treated fairly and are not denied an opportunity to decide on the merits of a takeover and that shareholders of the same class are afforded equivalent treatment. The City Code also provides an orderly framework within which takeovers are conducted and the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers has now been placed on a statutory footing.