Vodafone's chairman Sir John Bond has upped his stake in the mobile phone company substantially, spending £116,000 on shares.
He paid 116p a time for 100,000 shares in the firm and now has 337,345.
Bond became chairman of Vodafone in 2006 after stepping down as chairman of HSBC, having worked at the bank for 45 years.
Subscribe to MoneyWeek
Subscribe to MoneyWeek today and get your first six magazine issues absolutely FREE
His previous directorships include a spell at mobile phone group Orange from 1996 to 1999.
Bond was knighted for services to banking in 1999.
Top Director Buys
Top Director Sells
How likely are Spring Budget tax cuts? What the economists say
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is expected to announce some tax cuts in the Spring Budget. But analysts warn they may come at a price for the UK
By Henry Sandercock Published
How to invest in solving the housing shortage
Feature Buy-to-let may be losing its shine but there are other ways to invest in the property market
By Marc Shoffman Published