The following information is being disclosed in accordance with AIM Rule 26. Correct as at 26 September 2018.
GetBusy is an established, successful, award-winning Document Management software business, with operations in UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand, providing over 58,600 customers with a highly secure form of digital document distribution with the flexibility to suit any business or industry. It has found particular success in the accountancy, legal and financial services verticals. Over 1,000,000 users are registered to share information through GetBusy's online client portals.
The Group has three core product offerings:
(1) Virtual Cabinet
is Document Management software focused on the medium size to enterprise size markets. It is used by 27 of the Top 100 Accounting Firms in the UK and 12 of the Top 20 Accounting Firms in
Australia and New Zealand;
is an award-winning Document Management software targeting the professional small and medium enterprise market, and is long established in the USA and is expanding into Australia, New Zealand and the UK;
(in development) is a new product which will help customers create stronger relationships with less effort, help users become more organised and productive, and reduce their administrative burden.
The Group has an international reach, rapidly growing existing products, a proven business model, and strong momentum moving into the future.
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Country of incorporation and main country of operation
Country of operation:
Country registration number:
Main country of incorporation:
Unit G, South Cambridgeshire Business Park
Sawston, Cambridgeshire CB22 3JH
Grant Thornton UK LLP
30 Finsbury Square
London EC2P 2YU
Liberum Capital Limited
25 Ropemaker Street
London EC2Y 9LY
Mills & Reeve LLP
100 Hills Road
CB2 1PH, United Kingdom
Financial Public Relations:
Computershare Investor Services plc
Bristol BS13 8AE
Annual and interim results
Interim report for the six months ended 30 June 2018
Annual report and accounts at 31 December 2017
Interim report for the six months ended
30 June 2017
Constitutional and governance documents
Corporate governance statement
Notice of Annual General Meeting 2018
Annoucements and presentations
H1 2018 results presentation
2018 AGM investor presentation
FY 2017 results presentation
H1 2017 results presentation
GetBusy announces intention to float on AIM
Other exchanges and trading platforms on which securities are traded
Restrictions on the transfer of AIM securities
There are no restrictions on the transfer of securities.
Securities on issue
48,399,614 ordinary shares of 0.15 pence each.
Nil ordinary shares held in treasury.
Percentage of securities not in public hands
The Company has received disclosure of interest from, or is aware of,
the following holders of more than 3% of the Company’s issued share capital:
Percentage of shares
BGF Investment Management Limited
Mr Gregory J Wilkinson**
Canaccord Genuity Group Inc
State Street Nominees Limited
Herald Investment Management Limited
City Financial Invt. Co. Ltd.
*Of Clive Rabie’s beneficial interest in 9,089,247 Ordinary Shares, 2,046,954 Ordinary Shares (representing 4.2 per cent. of the Company’s issued share capital) are held through DJZ Investments Pty Ltd, an entity solely owned by Saka Holdings Pty Ltd. Clive Rabie and his wife are the sole shareholders of Saka Holdings Pty Ltd. In addition, 6,576,164 Ordinary Shares (representing 13.6 per cent. of the Company’s issued share capital) are held by The Rabie Executive Superannuation Fund, of which Clive Rabie and his wife are the sole beneficiaries.
**Of Greg Wilkinson’s beneficial interest in 3,692,233 Ordinary Shares, 967,559
Ordinary Shares (representing 2.0 per cent. of the Company’s issued share
capital) are held through Rawform Pty Ltd, an entity solely owned by Greg Wilkinson. In addition, 41,462 Ordinary Shares (representing 0.1 per cent. of the Company’s issued share capital) are held through Testamentary Estate, of which Greg Wilkinson is the sole beneficiary.
The Company is a public company incorporated in England and Wales and its Ordinary Shares are admitted to trading on AIM. Accordingly, the City Code applies to all takeover and merger transactions in relation to the Company and operates principally to ensure that shareholders of the Company are treated fairly and are not denied an opportunity to decide on the merits of a takeover and that shareholders of the same class are afforded equivalent treatment. The City Code also provides an orderly framework within which takeovers are conducted and the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers has now been placed on a statutory footing.