IFG Group, the Dublin-based pensions adviser and administration company, saw Non-Executive Director Peter Priestley buy 70,000 shares in the company on Friday.
He bought the shares at a price of €1.34 each (around 108p) for a total of £75,544.
The company said that the director is indirectly interested in 825,545 ordinary shares, equal to a 0.71% stake in the country.
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