Significant Shareholders

Mustang Energy PLC's shares are traded the London Stock Exchange Main Market.

The Mustang Energy PLC ticker code is MUST.

Allotted: 8,400,000 Ordinary Shares of £0.01 each.

No securities are held as treasury shares.

41.07% of Mustang Energy PLC shares are not held in public hands.

There are no restrictions on the transfer of shares.

Latest Share Price and Trades

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Significant Shareholders

As at 01 August 2019, as far as the Directors are aware, the following shareholders are Company Directors or interested in 3% or more of the issued share capital of the Company.

Name Number of Ordinary Shares % of Issued Share Capital
Dean Lloyd Gallegos 1,630,000 19.40
The Australian Special Opportunity Fund LP 1,000,000

11.90

Clive Richards 500,000 5.95
Curtis Burton 500,000 5.95
Group Seventy Three Pty Limited 500,000 5.95
Shore Capital Limited 500,000 5.95
Peter Wale 340,000

4.05

Simon Holden 340,000

4.05

Jonas and Catherine Chow 300,000

3.57

Helen Leighton 300,000

3.57

Adrian Whitaker 300,000

3.57

 

Share Options

  • 900,000 Options granted to directors with an exercise price of £0.10 and which expire on 28 July 2024.  These options vest when the share price reaches £0.15.
  • 210,000 Options granted to Optiva Securities with an exercise price of £0.10 and which expire on 28 July 2024.  These options have no vesting hurdle.

 

Warning to Shareholders

Along with other UK listed companies, Mustang Energy PLC has been asked to warn shareholders about the threat from unauthorised, high-pressure sales firms, known colloquially as ‘boiler rooms’. Often based overseas, boiler room operations target investors illegally offering to sell them non-tradable, overpriced or even non-existent shares.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has produced a share fraud warning leaflet, which provides practical advice for those approached by boiler rooms, including a list of 10 guidance points. Please click here to view the FCA guidance leaflet.