John Foley, chairman of UK-based permanent façade access equipment firm Premier Technical Services Group (PTSG), sold 750,000 ordinary shares in the company on Friday, as did chief executive Paul Teasdale, with the pair collecting over £1. 5m a piece as a result of the two transactions.
Brian Ashford-Russell, a non-executive director of investment management firm Polar Capital Holdings, let go of 375,000 ordinary shares in the firm on Thursday, picking up nearly £2m in the process.
Jeff Thompson, a non-executive director of aesthetics company Sinclair Pharma, purchased 200,000 ordinary shares in the group on Wednesday at an average price of 23. 1p each.
Keith Lewis, chief operating officer of human capital resources firm Gattaca, sold a chunk of ordinary shares in the firm on Tuesday, collecting £50,873. 40 in the process.
John Batting, executive director of pensions consulting and administration business Xafinity, forked out more than £121,000 on Monday to pick up shares.
P2P Global Investments director Michael Cassidy bought £124,500 worth of shares in the investment company as it continued to rally on the back of share buybacks and the new strategy announced in late November.
Andrew Coombs, chief executive officer of commercial property development group Sirius Real Estate, disposed of 166,000 ordinary shares in the company on Wednesday.
Mark Newton-Jones, chief executive officer of children's retailer Mothercare, picked up 218,866 ordinary shares in the firm on Tuesday at a price of 45. 69p per share.
Steve Mogford, chief executive of FTSE 100-listed water company United Utilities, sold 217,500 ordinary shares in the firm at a price of 800. 72p each on Friday.
John Dobson, chief executive officer of pre-packaged leisure and attraction products firm Paragon Entertainment, picked up 1,431,490 new ordinary shares in the company on Wednesday.
Morgan Advanced Materials's boss gave his spouse the shares, net of taxes, resulting from the vesting of the second and final tranche of stock in the company following his appointment as chief executive officer of the engineer.
One of Biffa's top directors and his spouse sold a significant amount of their shares in the waste collection and recycling outfit.
A company controlled by K3 Business Technology Group Director, Johan Claesson, CA Fastieghter AB, made a significant purchase in the company's stock.
The spouse of Ricardo Oberlander, British American Tobacco's regional director for the Americas, sold some of her shares on Friday.
Kevin Beatty, chief executive of DMG Media, ditched 61,339 ordinary shares in Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) on Thursday at a price of 602. 58p each.
Mark Williamson, chairman of tobacco giant Imperial Brands, purchased 7,876 ordinary shares in the company on Wednesday at a cost of 3,148. 57p each.
Stephen Birmingham, chief executive of retailer Safestyle UK, sold 1. 4m ordinary shares in the firm on Monday for 160. 00p each.
A large swathe of US-focused equipment rental company Ashtead's top brass offloaded a large part of their holdings of stock in the company even as the price hit a 52-week high.