The executive director of a Hertfordshire housebuilder has sold 125,000 shares in the company to finance his divorce settlement.
Telford Homes, which is based in Waltham Cross and operates in and around east and north London, announced that John Fitzgerald sold shares on 14 and 15 July “to fulfil a personal financial commitment as part of a divorce settlement”.
The company said on 15 July that the sales were the last in a series of recent sales by Mr Fitzgerald. In total, he sold 275,000 shares, raising around £1.2 million before expenses, while retaining a stake of 100,000 shares in the company.
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