AIM Rule 26

This information is disclosed for the purposes of AIM Rule 26 and was last updated on 9th June 2017.

Principal activities

The Group's principal activities are being a specialist provider of tailored solutions to the transport community, solving complex operational requirements both on and off the vehicle.

Fleet solutions include video surveillance to improve passenger and driver safety, vehicle and driver performance monitoring, passenger Wi-Fi and automatic passenger counting.

Passenger information solutions include the necessary hardware and software for electronic passenger information systems, off-vehicle smart ticketing and wayfinding.

Country of incorporation and main country of operation

21st Century Technology plc (“21st Century”) is incorporated in England (registered number: 2974642), which is also its main country of operation.

Takeovers and mergers

The Company is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.

The Group’s principal activities are being a specialist provider of tailored solutions to the transport community, solving complex operational requirements both on and off the vehicle.

Securities in issue

The number of securities in issue called up and fully paid is 93,239,755 Ordinary Shares of 6.5p each. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE:C21) and is not listed on any other exchanges or trading platforms.

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Major shareholders

Information correct as at 6 June 2017. According to the Company’s register or notifications received, the following shareholders each held 3% or more of the Company’s issued share capital:

Shareholder Ordinary 6.5p Shares % holding
Slater Investments Limited 14,350,000 15.3%
Mr R Millington and family 5,534,335 5.9%
Herbert Stuart Bottomley & Mrs Hanna Bottomley 5,100,000 5.5%

There are no restrictions on the transfer of securities.

Percentage of securities not in public hands

Category % holding
Substantial shareholders (over 10% and notified to the Company) 15.3%
Directors 3.2%
Total 18.5%

Company documentation and latest presentations and reports from 21st Century Technology

The Directors recognise the value of the UK Corporate Governance Code, which was revised in September 2012 by the Financial Reporting Council, and, whilst under AIM rules full compliance is not required, the Directors believe that the Company applies best practice corporate governance insofar as is practicable and appropriate for a public company of its size.

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