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Wednesday 18 February, 2009

Spice PLC

Issue of share options to PDM

RNS Number : 5436N
Spice PLC
18 February 2009
 




18 February 2009


Issue of share options to PDMR of Spice plc ("Spice" or "the Company")


Spice, the provider of Total Utility Support Services, announces that share options over Ordinary Shares of 2 pence each, in the Company, have yesterday been granted to the following persons discharging managerial responsibility, under the terms of the Company's Save As You Earn Share Plan.


Name

Number of shares subject to option

Option exercise price

Total number of options held under all schemes

Simon Rigby

11,718

80 pence

4,894,523

Lee Johnstone    

11,718

80 pence

335,084

Mandy Atkinson

2,343

80 pence

696,471

Geoff Lee

11,718

80 pence

257,265

Bill Leach

11,718

80 pence

1,395,797

Phil Williams

4,687

80 pence

144,987

Chris Sharples    

11,718

80 pence

274,218




The option exercise price was set on 21 January 2009 being the date of invitation to join the Save As You Earn Scheme. No performance conditions attach to these options which may be exercised in the period from April 2012 to September 2012 Nil consideration is payable in respect of the grant of options.

 

This disclosure has been made for the purposes DTR3.1.4(1)(a).


Ends


Enquiries:


Spice plc  -  Tel: 0113 201 2120

Simon Rigby, Chief Executive Officer

Oliver Lightowlers, Group Finance Director

Andy Catchpole, Group Strategy and Development Director


Financial Dynamics  -  Tel: 020 7831 3113

Billy Clegg

Caroline Stewart  


KBC Peel Hunt (Broker)  -  Tel: 020 7418 8900

Julian Blunt 


 

Notes to Editors


Spice plc
Spice is a total utility infrastructure support services business. The Group's operations were founded in 1996 and have their origins in the electricity industry, though the range of activities has since been expanded into the water sector, niche telecommunications services, statutory gas inspections, energy management and facilities management. Spice's businesses have a common theme of delivering and co-ordinating infrastructure services to customers, and the technological element within the product mix has been built up significantly over the course of the last three years.




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