Fertoz Ltd (ASX:FTZ) non-executive director Adrian Byass has exercised a package of more than 60,000 unlisted options and transferred 180,000 shares to a superannuation fund to which he is a beneficiary.
Byass, who is also Plymouth Minerals Ltd’s managing director, converted 64,286 unlisted and expiring options he indirectly held as a Teutonic Investments Pty Ltd director at an 18-cent exercise price.
The $11,571.48 conversion, dated October 5, was followed by his October 8 transfer of 180,000 shares from Teutonic into his Oakwood Super fund.
Byass’ conversion relates to a September 27 announcement from the company that all its non-executive directors would be taking up their unlisted 18-cent options that were expiring on September 29.
Super fund Oakwood’s new shares are valued at $14,142.92 using today’s 22-cent last-traded price late this afternoon, with the fund’s upped 632,521-share stake put at $139,154.62 using the same price.
Fertoz’s securities are up 2 cents or 10% so far today after the company secured a rock phosphate stockpile to meet ever-increasing demand from the market.
Byass continues to indirectly hold 34,286 ordinary shares through Byass Family Trust trustee Valiant Equity Management — a stake valued at $7,542.92 million at 22 cents.
Teutonic now holds 12,857 ordinary shares, worth $2,828.54 at 22 cents.
Byass’ indirectly held stake has a $419,526.08 value at the price from 4.10pm market time this afternoon.
Yesterday the company shared news of Byass’ fellow non-executive directors' completion of their exercise of options.
Non-executive director James Alexander Chisholm’s stake is now valued at $2 million today while one his fellow non-executive board members, Boston First Capital Pty Ltd director Stuart Richardson’s, declared indirect stake is sitting at $1.49 million today.
Boston First Capital is a top two shareholder in the company with Fertoz’s founding shareholder Pat Avery.