Directors at Silanis International, the provider of 'e-signature' technology, have been stocking up on shares in the company.
Chairman Justin LaFayette took 1.5m shares, lifting his stake to about 6.5m shares, nearly 30% of the company.
Director Vernon Lobo took 1m shares and now has 1.3m, while president Tommy Petrogiannis and finance boss Matthew Lane took 200,000 each having had none previously.
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Each share was bought at 5.5p a time, meaning that the biggest purchase, LaFayette's, cost £82,500.
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Silanis International Ltd. (SNS) Director name: Mr Justin LaFayetteAmount purchased: 1,500,000 @ 5.50p Value: £82,500
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