On May 13 and 14 Miller acquired 45,000 shares in a direct interest, increasing the total number of securities held after the change to more than 2.6 million.
K2F securities last traded at 22.5 cents and are up from 13 cents at close on March 30.
The company recently entered into an agreement which will result in the partial underwriting of listed options and will receive up to $1.53 million.
This agreement with underwriter KS Capital Limited is in respect of 7.65 million listed options exercisable at 20 cents per option, expiring on May 18 and representing approximately 60% of the K2FOA options on issue.
“Exciting future ahead”
Miller said at the time: "We are delighted to welcome new individual and institutional investors into the fold.
“We have an exciting future ahead of us and it’s always heartening that our existing shareholders have also shown faith in where we are heading.
“Given some of the turmoil impacting the global economies at the moment, we are very pleased that people are backing K2F to have a successful 2020 and beyond.”