Wolseley chief executive Claude 'Chip' Hornsby has topped up his holding in the plumbing firm, spending a total of £50,400 in shares.
Hornsby bought 25,000 shares at a price of 201.60p each. He now holds 114,323 shares in the group.
Earlier this month, Wolseley announced a major restructuring plan and a complex £1bn cash-call that it hopes will strengthen its balance sheet and reduce debt.
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The group also scrapped dividends as half-year profits slumped 61% and warned of further job cuts.
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