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INTOSOL Holdings Plc - Corporate Update

INTOSOL Holdings Plc - Corporate Update

INTOSOL Holdings Plc - Corporate Update

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Corporate Update

INTOSOL  Holdings Plc. (‘INTOSOL’ or the ‘Company’), the award-winning international luxury travel company, is pleased to advise, Rainer Spekowius a Director of the Company, will loan the Company 877,336 common shares  in accordance with the on-going acquisition of the luxury Oceans Wilderness Hotel, located on the Garden route South Africa. The Company will return the common shares at the Company’s discretion. This transaction is a related party transaction and approved by the board with  Rainer Spekowius abstaining from voting.

For further information on INTOSOL visit the Company’s website  www.INTOSOLholdingsplc.com or contact:

Rainer Spekowius Chairman INTOSOL Holdings Plc Tel: +44 (0) 20 7236 1177
Claire Noyce Corporate Broker Hybridan LLP Tel: +44 (0)203 764 2341

INTOSOL Holdings Plc.

INTOSOL Holdings PLC is international luxury travel company that combines highly personalised travel design with property ownership and management to provide high-end luxury global travel experiences. The Private Travel Design division tailors bespoke and unique experiences to a high-end client base which currently stands at over 17,000. The division has a unique and growing network of over 3,500 hotel and agency partners worldwide.

Quick facts: Intosol Holdings PLC

Price: 16

Market: LSE
Market Cap: £2.11 m

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on 19/6/19