Information  X 
Enter a valid email address

Moneysupermarket.com (MONY)

  Print      Mail a friend

Monday 07 April, 2008

Moneysupermarket.com

Director/PDMR Shareholding

Moneysupermarket.com Group PLC
07 April 2008



Moneysupermarket.com Group PLC

7 April 2008


NOTIFICATION OF TRANSACTIONS OF DIRECTORS, PERSONS DISCHARGING MANAGERIAL
RESPONSIBILITY OR CONNECTED PERSONS

The information listed below relates to transactions notified in accordance with
DR3.1.4R(1).

Moneysupermarket.com Group PLC (the 'Company') announces that it was notified on
7 April 2008 by Richard Mason, a person discharging managerial responsibility 
('PDMR'), that on 5 April 2008, he disposed of the following ordinary shares of
0.02p each in the Company ('Ordinary Shares') to Richard Mason and Nicholas John
Shaw (the 'Trustees') as trustees of a trust established for the benefit of his
family:

Name of PDMR        No. of Ordinary         Percentage of issued    
                    Shares Transferred      share capital

Richard Mason       1,765,000               0.355%

Richard Mason has confirmed that the transaction was effected for CGT planning
purposes and that he currently intends to reacquire the Ordinary Shares on 11
September 2008. The disposal was undertaken for nil consideration. Following the
above disposal, Richard Mason holds 1769 Ordinary Shares through participation
in the Moneysupermarket.com Share Incentive Plan and the Trustees hold 1,765,000
Ordinary Shares.

The Company has been informed by Credit Suisse that, pursuant to the lock-up
arrangements entered into by Richard Mason with Credit Suisse at the time of the
Company's listing, Credit Suisse has agreed to waive the lock-up in respect of,
and only to the extent of, the Ordinary Shares disposed of. The Ordinary Shares
held in trust are the subject of a new lock-up agreement with the Trustees on
terms equivalent to those entered into with Credit Suisse at the time of the
Company's listing.

Pursuant to the lock-up arrangements entered into by Richard Mason with the
Company at the time of the Company's listing, the Company has agreed to waive
the lock-up in respect of, and only to the extent of, the Ordinary Shares
disposed of. The Ordinary Shares held in trust are the subject of a new lock-up
agreement with the Trustees on terms equivalent to those entered into with the
Company at the time of the Company's listing.

Darren Drabble
Company Secretary


                      This information is provided by RNS
            The company news service from the London Stock Exchange