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Altona Rare Earths PLC: Significant and Substantial Shareholdings
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Altona (AQSE: ANR.PL), a mining exploration company focused on the evaluation, acquisition and development of Rare Earth Elements (“REE”) mining projects in Africa, is aware of the following interests as at 5 December 2022, amounting to more than three per cent in the issued share capital of the Company in accordance with DTR 5 of the Financial Conduct Authority’s Disclosure and Transparency Rules:

Shareholder Number of shares held % of total voting rights
JIM Nominees Limited 17,634,903 47.05%
Heiko Thomas 2,663,365 7.11%
Winterflood Securities Limited 2,374,947 6.34%
Aurora Nominees Limited 1,984,771 5.29%
Christian Taylor-Wilkinson 1,912,371 5.10%
Interactive Investor Services Nominees 1,392,685 3.72%
Optiva Securities Limited 1,264,281 3.37%
Lawshare Nominees Limited 1,208,900 3.23%

Significant Shareholder Review

As part of the Company’s proposed Admission to the Official List of the London Stock Exchange, the Company has undertaken a full review of its significant shareholders to ensure that, where identified, all significant shareholders have complied with their DTR obligations. As at 5 December 2022 the Company has 37,484,999 ordinary shares in issue.

TR1 Notification of Major Shareholding Forms follow below.

Christian Taylor-Wilkinson, Chief Executive of Altona, commented, “Altona is committed to fulfilling its reporting requirements as regards to the transparency and reporting of significant shareholders and will continue to refine its processes and procedures to ensure that it proactively encourages all shareholders to comply with the requirement of DTR 5.”

Significant Shareholders – 07:10:00 07 Dec 2022 – News article | London Stock Exchange


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