Boohoo's finance chief, Neil Catto, purchased 14,306 of ordinary stock in the firm at an average price of 174. 51p on 8 December.
Saga chief Lance Batchelor picked up a batch of shares in the company he leads even as the stock plummeted in the wake of its latest trading update.
Easyjet's new boss picked up a sizeable number of shares in the company roughly a month after being put at the controls, even as they hit a fresh 52-week high.
Carnival boss Arnold Donald decided to let go of a batch of shares on 18 October, although the transaction was arranged via a Rule 10b5-1 trading plan in the States, which some see as a vehicle that helps large shareholders avoid the risk of being accused of 'insider dealing'.
Anne Richards, M&G Prudential's chief executive bought a large amount of shares in the life insurer financed via the sale of options in the stock.
John Christopher Morgan, chief executive of construction and regeneration group Morgan Sindall, disposed of 50,000 ordinary shares in the firm on Friday, collecting £690,000 in the process.
Irish drilling tools engineer Mincon announced on Thursday that a company closely associated with its non-executive director Kevin Barry had disposed of more than 3. 8m shares in the firm.
Martin Robinson, a non-executive director at K3 Capital Group, picked up 32,400 ordinary shares in the firm on Wednesday at a cost of 158. 42p each, or a total of £51,328. 08.
The chief executive and finance director of Associated British Foods (ABF) sold more than £1m of shares between them on Tuesday, after they were awarded the stock as part of the Primark-owner's long term incentive plan.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed the Social Democratic Party (SDP) back to the negotiating table on Monday as she looked to them for help in securing a stable government.
Christopher Mills, a non-executive director of urban regeneration and land development firm MJ Gleeson, benefited from the sale of 1,500,000 ordinary shares in the company on Thursday.
Vedanta Resources boss Anil Agarwal sold some stock in his company to cover the tax liabilities arising from the exercise of options over 203,232 shares granted under the firm's incentive schemes on 20 November, but held on to the majority of the shares.
Michael Dobson, chairman of asset and wealth management firm Schroders, let go of 9,822 ordinary shares in the company on Tuesday.
Steve Wadey, chief executive officer of defence contractor Qinetiq Group, picked up 50,000 ordinary shares in the firm on Monday morning at a cost of 206. 82p each.
John Flannery, chief executive of multinational conglomerate General Electric, picked up 60,000 shares in the embattled group on Friday, a show of faith aimed at stymying concerns raised by many investors after what had undoubtedly been a rough week in its boardroom.
Just two days after Sophos' non-executive chairman Steve Munford cashed in 750,000 shares for a total of £4,386,652. 60, the group's chief executive officer Kris Hagerman disposed of more than 500,000 ordinary shares.
Robert Noel, chief executive of real estate investment trust Land Securities, picked up 18,365 new ordinary shares in the London-based firm on Wednesday at a cost of 933p each.
Steve Munford, non-executive chairman of network security business Sophos Group, sold 750,000 ordinary shares in the firm between 10 November and 13 November, collecting more than £4m in the process.
Redefine International non-executive director Marc Wainer picked up 3,157,846 ordinary shares in the UK-based real estate investment trust on Monday for a total of £1,263,138.