Mark Allan, the chief financial officer of Unite Group, has made £414,000
after selling shares obtained through the exercise of options.
Allan sold more than 140,000 ordinary shares at 425p each after being granted
the options at 129p.
He still has more than 85,000 shares in the company, which provides student
accommodation and property management services.
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