AIM Rule 26

AIM Rule 26

This page includes links to information that is being disclosed for the purpose of Rule 26 of the AIM Rules for Companies, ‘Company Information Disclosure’.

Description of Business

Mind Gym is a behavioural science business that uses scalable proprietary products to deliver human capital business improvement solutions to large corporations. The Group operates in three global markets: business transformation, HCM, and learning & development.

Mind Gym was co-founded by Octavius Black and Sebastian Bailey in June 2000 and has since developed a strong market presence in the UK and a well-established, rapidly growing US operation as well as a presence in Singapore. Since inception, Mind Gym has worked with 62 per cent of the current FTSE 100 and 59 per cent of the current S&P 100 companies.

Mind Gym has a portfolio of over 300 proven products that have been experienced by an estimated two million participants in approximately 1,500 companies and 94 countries. These solutions for clients are designed by Mind Gym psychologists and tend to consist of a configuration of behavioural interventions, referred to in this document as ‘products’, which can be customised for specific clients.

Products are typically bite-size (rarely lasting more than 90 minutes) and are delivered face-to-face, in virtual classrooms or digitally. The face-to-face and virtual products are delivered through a worldwide network of 293 coaches resident in 29 countries (as at 31 May 2018) or by a client’s own in-house Mind Gym certified coaches.

Board of Directors

You can find the Company’s directors and a biographical description on the Board of Directors page.  See Board of Directors.

Country of Incorporation

Mind Gym is incorporated in England and Wales and is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers. The main country of operations is the United Kingdom.

Information regarding other exchanges

The Company is not listed on any exchanges or trading platforms other than Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange.

Details of any restrictions on the transfer of AIM securities

There are no restrictions on the transfer of securities.

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Percentage of shares not in public hands (as defined in the AIM rules)


Corporate Governance Code

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