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Director dealings: BP Marsh CIO raises stake

(Sharecast News) - BP Marsh & Partners revealed on Thursday that chief investment officer Dan Topping had acquired 4,141 ordinary shares in the AIMI-listed specialist investor. Topping, who joined BP Marsh in February 2007, purchased the shares on Wednesday at an average price of 485.00p each, for a total value of £20,083.85.

Following the transaction, Topping holds a beneficial interest in 139,760 ordinary BP Marsh shares, representing approximately 0.44% of the company's issued share capital.

As of 1620 GMT, BP Marsh shares were up 1.03% at 490.0p.

Reporting by Iain Gilbert at Sharecast.com

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Ultimate Products (ULTP) Director name: Showman,Simon Amount purchased: 16,205 @ 145.00p Value: £23,497.25

Ultimate Products (ULTP) Director name: Showman,Simon Amount purchased: 16,205 @ 145.00p Value: £23,497.25

B.p. Marsh & Partners (BPM) Director name: Topping ,Daniel Amount purchased: 4,141 @ 485.00p Value: £20,083.85

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