Three top bosses at Kingsmen Creatives have raised their stakes in the company via a married deal with an undisclosed party.

On March 2, Benedict Soh, the company’s chairman and co-founder, acquired 500,000 shares at an undisclosed price. As he also has a deemed interest of just a shade below 38 million shares held via an entity called Islanda, the acquisition brings the total number of shares he owns to nearly 38.5 million units.

Simon Ong, the company’s deputy chairman and other co-founder, also added 500,000 shares 24 cents each. This brings his direct interest to 8.84 million shares, or 4.38%. In addition, Ong has a deemed interest equivalent to 18.81% of the company.
Andrew Cheng, group CEO of the company, also acquired one million shares for $240,000. He now holds 1.66 million shares, or 0.82%, up from 0.33% previously.

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