Andrew Coombs, chief executive of London-listed landlord Sirius Real Estate, acquired 400,000 ordinary shares in the Guernsey-based firm on Friday, upping his stake a total of 5. 13m shares, representing 0. 52% of the company's issued share capital.
Simon Embley, chairman of the UK's second-largest estate agent chain LSL Property Services, purchased 675,924 ordinary shares in the firm on Thursday, increasing his total shareholding in the firm to 6. 77m ordinary shares, or 6. 51% of its issued share capital.
Neil Catto, chief financial officer of online fashion retailer Boohoo, disposed of 1. 55m ordinary shares in the AIM-quoted firm following a downgrade to the company's stock by analysts at Barclays.
Neill Ricketts, chief executive of engineering group Versarien, disposed of 403,720 ordinary shares in the AIM-quoted firm on Tuesday, lowering his stake to a total of 15. 25m shares, or 10. 26% of the company's entire issued share capital.
Dale Solomon, chief operating officer of e-learning service Learning Technologies, disposed of more than 1m ordinary shares in the London-based firm on Monday, citing "family purposes".
Heather Couch, spouse of Cranswick's chief executive Adam Couch, disposed of 13,500 ordinary shares in the FTSE 250-listed food supplier on Friday, just weeks after the company reported a 17. 6% increase in turnover to £1. 46bn for its last trading year.
PageGroup chief executive Steve Ingham disposed of 650,000 ordinary shares in the UK-based recruitment business on Wednesday, lowering his holding to 851,625 as a result.
David Poutney, a non-executive director of international multi-brand franchisor Franchise Brands, purchased 250,000 ordinary shares in the company on Tuesday at an average cost of 81p each.
Benoit Durteste, chief executive chief investment officer of London-listed asset manager Intermediate Capital Group, disposed of 238,723 ordinary shares in the firm on Monday.
Richard Cooper, a non-executive director of betting technology business Sportech, acquired 125,000 ordinary shares in the London-listed firm on Friday, just twenty four hours after the bookmaker inked a US deal with sports data provider Sportradar.
David Campbell, sales and marketing director of AIM-quoted house-building company Telford Homes, disposed of 100,000 ordinary shares in the group on Thursday, just 24 hours after he acquired them as part of the firm's employee share options scheme.
Marco Gobbetti, chief executive of iconic fashion house Burberry, upped his stake in the London-listed fashion house by 60,000 ordinary shares on Wednesday.
Andy Harrison, chairman of British home furnishings retailer Dunelm, acquired 94,452 ordinary shares in the FTSE 250-listed firm on Tuesday, just days after releasing what analysts at Canaccord Genuity called a "hugely disappointing" trading update.
Lindsey Pownall, a non-executive director at supermarket giant Tesco, purchased 50,000 shares in the FTSE 100-listed firm on Thursday.
Ian Gray, non-executive director of delivery solutions firm DX Group, purchased 350,000 ordinary shares in the AIM-quoted group, upping his stake to a total of 0. 10% of the company's issued share capital.
Hank Uberoi, executive chairman of cross-border payment service Earthport, purchased 250,000 ordinary shares in the AIM-quoted firm on Tuesday.
Mike Boyce, a non-executive director of virtual reality technology company VR Education Holdings, bought 499,942 ordinary shares in the AIM-quoted company on Monday.
Kevin Havelock, a non-executive director of carbonated drinks maker FeverTree, purchased 9,000 ordinary shares in the AIM-listed firm on Friday.
Jayne Beeston, the wife of Taylor Wimpey's chairman Kevin Beeston, sold 550,000 ordinary shares in the FTSE 100 housebuilder on Thursday.
Michael Turner, general counsel and company secretary of innovation company Allied Minds, disposed of 112,491 ordinary shares in the firm at 118. 54p on Wednesday.