Stephen Stone, executive chairman of housebuilder Crest Nicholson, disposed of 250,000 ordinary shares in the Surrey-based firm on Friday, collecting more than £1. 2m in the process.
Michael Bruce, chief executive officer of online realtor Purplebricks, sold 4. 44m shares in the agent on Thursday in order to satisfy German publishing giant Axel Springer's £125m investment.
James Hind, finance director of geotechnical solutions specialist Keller Group, acquired 24,736 ordinary shares in the London-based firm at an average price of 975. 50p each as part of a transaction linked to an exercise of his share award.
Simon Breakwell, chief executive of roadside assistance service AA, acquired a total of 142,249 ordinary shares in the firm on Tuesday, spending a total of £168,936 in the process.
Neil Collins, a non-executive director of UK-focused investment fund Finsbury Growth and Income Trust since 2008, acquired 6,846 ordinary shares in the trust on Monday morning at an average cost of 755. 14p per share.
Peter Lynas, group finance director of defence firm BAE Systems, disposed of 10,525 ordinary shares in the firm on Friday, for a total of £62,255, to satisfy the income tax and NIC liability resulting from the exercise of options under the firm's Long Term Incentive Plan .
Richard Eyre, chairman of public relations agency Next Fifteen Communications, sold 50,000 ordinary shares in the London-based firm on Thursday at an average price of 452. 50p each.
Marina Grönberg, non-executive director of precious metals miner Polymetal International, picked up 16,189 ordinary shares in the firm at an average price of 642. 60p each.
Kevin Havelock, a non-executive director of supermarket giant Morrison's, purchased 100,000 ordinary shares in the Bradford-based firm on Tuesday.
Jonathan Bill, non-executive director of media firm Mobile Streams acquired 1m ordinary shares in the company on Monday for a total of £946,000.
Paul Forman, chief executive of plastic and fibre products manufacturer Essentra, acquired £85,900 worth of shares in the firm on Friday.
Nic Budden, chief executive officer of Foxtons, sold 1m ordinary shares in the group on Thursday, just one day after the company's head was lambasted for being awarded a bonus of £218,000 in 2017, despite plunging revenues and profits, that came complete with a warning of a tough 2018.
Hagai Tal, chief executive officer of mobile ad specialist Taptica International, purchased 47,500 ordinary shares in the firm on Wednesday, with a price tag of 300p attached to each and every one of them.
Andy McCue, chief executive officer of the Restaurant Group, picked up lmost 45,000 ordinary shares in the firm on Tuesday as part of the company's deferred bonus arrangements.
Petrofac's finance chief picked-up some shares in the oilfield services firm on Wednesday.
Simon Bird, founder of software as a service provider Dotdigital, sold 2m ordinary shares in the firm on Tuesday, collecting more than £1. 55m in the process.
Kerry Williams, chief operating officer of consumer credit reporting agency Experian, disposed of more than 55,000 ordinary shares in the Dublin-based firm on Monday, collecting a total of $913,099. 15 in the process.
Jim Meredith, executive chairman of waste management businesses Augean, purchased 1m ordinary shares in the Surrey-based company on Friday, upping his total shareholding in the company's capital to 2. 5m shares, or 2. 43% of its voting shares.
Michael Slade, chairman of real estate developer Helical, lowered his stake by 148,000 ordinary shares on Thursday and collected more than £500,000 as a result of the transaction.
Simon Rowlands, non-executive director of private healthcare provider Spire Healthcare, purchased 114,000 ordinary shares in the company on Wednesday, upping his stake to a total of 328,516 as a result.