Incorporation and Operation

Jaywing plc is incorporated and registered in England and Wales, company number 05935923. Jaywing has operations in the UK and Australia, with its main country of operation being the UK.

Securities

The securities of Jaywing plc are currently only traded on AIM. The Company does not currently have nor has applied to have any of its securities admitted to trading on any other trading platforms or exchanges. There are currently no restrictions on the transfer of securities.

Current share price: 8.00p. Updated 04:00 PM, Fri 19 Jul 2019


The number of ordinary shares in issue is 93,332,595 and 99,622 held in Treasury. These numbers were updated on 19th February 2019. The percentage not regarded in public hands is 61.00%.

UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers: Jaywing plc is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.

Not in public hands:

Lord Michael Ashcroft 23,919,737 25.63%
Lombard Odier Investment Managers group 22,020,709 23.59%
Andy Gardner 5,037,470 5.40%
Martin Boddy 5,016,667 5.38%
Ian Robinson 470,267 0.50%
Rob Shaw 174,869 0.19%
Adrian Lingard 111,000 0.12%
Philip Hanson 109,462  0.12% 
Michael Sprot 68,519 0.07%
56,928,700 61.00%

 These numbers were updated on 19th February 2019.




Significant Holders:

Lord Michael Ashcroft 23,919,737 25.63%
Lombard Odier Investment Managers group 22,020,709 23.59%
Hargreave Hale Limited 5,513,000 5.91% 
J & K Riddell 5,372,638 5.76%
Andy Gardner 5,037,470 5.40%
Martin Boddy 5,016,667 5.38%
H & J Spinks 3,508,772 3.76%
Miton UK Microcap Trust PLC 3,569,249 3.82%
 Bailey Family 2,825,500 3.03% 
  76,783,742  82.27%

These numbers were updated on 18th July 2019.

 

Our Committees

Jaywing plc adheres to the Quoted Companies Alliance, and has audit & risk, remuneration and nomination committees with written terms of reference. The audit & risk and nomination committees are chaired by Ian Robinson, and include all of the company's non-executive directors including Philip Hanson. The remuneration committee is chaired by Philip Hanson, and also includes all of the company's non-executive directors.

 

QCA Corporate Governance Code

In accordance with the change to AIM rule 26, that requires all AIM companies to provide details of a recognised corporate governance code from 28 September 2018, Jaywing plc is pleased to adopt the QCA Corporate Governance Code. Jaywing plc’s statement regarding the ten principles of the code can be found here, which was last updated on 27 September 2018.

 

Modern Slavery Act 2015 – Annual Statement April 2019

The Modern Slavery Act 2015 is concerned with matters of slavery and human trafficking and in particular addresses the wider issue of supply chain accountability. Below is Jaywing plc’s statement for the year ended 31 March 2019.

Jaywing plc

Jaywing plc is a professional services organisation that has a number of subsidiary companies and operating divisions for financial reporting but operationally is managed as a single organisation. Rob Shaw, CEO, is responsible for our people and operational matters. Our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy sets out our policy in relation to slavery and human trafficking matters.

Within our own business operations in the UK and Australia we mostly employ people into professional services roles with a professional services background. We have strict policies regarding age and working hours, we conduct ID verification and right to work checks for all and apply additional vetting checks for many that can include Disclosure and Barring Service and credit reports.

As the majority of our expenditure is essentially people cost, the greatest risk of slavery and human trafficking is in our supply chain, which is relatively small and limited to a few services.

Our supply chain

Within our supply chain, we use reputable firms for items such as computer hardware and software, mobile phones, furniture, stationery, merchandise, cleaning and maintenance consumables and services, print production, etc. Furthermore, we ask our people to be vigilant when making purchases on expenses through knowledge of our policy.

As our supplier chain is relatively small and mostly limited to large organisations, we aim to keep ourselves updated of any companies suspected of modern slavery by performing an annual desk research review of our biggest suppliers. If we discovered impropriety via this or any other mechanism, we would react as necessary.

 

Constitutional documents

Memorandum of Association
Articles of Association
Audit Committee Terms of Reference
Remuneration Committee Terms of Reference
Nomination Committee Terms of Reference
Digital Marketing Group Admission Document