THE FINANCE director of software provider Brady has disposed of shares in the company days after winning a new contract.
Tony Ratcliffe, who joined the company in 2007, sold 416,565 ordinary shares in the company at a price of 87 pence per share, netting him £362,412.
The sale comes days after Brady secured a new contract with one of the world’s leading diversified commodity trading houses.
Ratcliffe’s holding of 73,339 ordinary shares in the company remains unchanged.
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