Annual Report & Accounts 2016
Driving shareholder valuethrough business performance and practices
Dual headquartered in Silicon Valley and Sheffield, England, we are listed on the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market (LSE: WAND) and publish all of the documents and data required under the AIM 26 Rule.
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The ordinary share capital of WANdisco plc is listed on AIM, a market operated by The London Stock Exchange plc. The shares are listed under the trading ticker WAND. The ISIN number is JE00B6Y3DV84.
Number of AIM securities in issue: see latest Total Voting Rights Announcement in Regulatory News.
There are no treasury shares.
As far as the Company is aware, the percentage of AIM securities not in public hands is 44.75% Significant shareholders.
At 31 August 2016, significant holdings of the Company’s issued share capital were as follows:
|T Rowe Price||5.8%|
|Global Asset Management||4.6%|
|Ross Creek Capital||3.7%|
WANdisco plc is not incorporated in the United Kingdom, and consequently the rights of shareholders may be different from the rights of shareholders in a UK incorporated company.
WANdisco plc was admitted to trading on AIM on 1 June 2012. As a public company, WANdisco is committed to providing investors and its financial audiences with regular updates on the Group’s financial performance and ambitions. As those updates are published, they will be posted here.
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Board of Directors
DAVID RICHARDS Interim Chairman, President, CEO and Co-founder
Since co-founding the company in Silicon Valley in 2005, David has led WANdisco on a course for rapid international expansion, opening offices in the UK, Japan and China. David spearheaded WANdisco to a hugely successful listing on London Stock Exchange (WAND:LSE) and shortly after the acquisition of AltoStor, which accelerated the development of WANdisco’s first products for the Big Data market.
With over 20 years of executive experience in the software industry, David sits on a number of advisory and executive boards of Silicon Valley start-up ventures. A passionate advocate of entrepreneurship, he has established and successfully exited several highly successful silicon valley technology companies. David was the founder & CEO of Librados, an application integration software provider, and led the company’s acquisition by NASDAQ listed NetManage, Inc. in 2005.
David is a frequent commentator on a range of business and technology issues, appearing regularly on Bloomberg and CNBC. David holds a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Huddersfield.
ERIK MILLER Chief Financial Officer and Board Director
Erik E. Miller was the Chief Financial Officer of Envivio, Inc., a NASDAQ listed provider of video transcoding software from February 2010, to January 2016, following its acquisition by Ericsson AB. From January 2008 to July 2009, Mr. Miller served as Chief Financial Officer at SigNav Pty. Ltd., a component supplier to the wireless industry, where he was responsible for finance and administration functions; and from March 2006 to January 2008, Mr. Miller served as Chief Financial Officer at Tangler Pty. Ltd., a social networking company, where he was responsible for finance and administrative functions. Mr. Miller received a B.S. degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley.
GRANT DOLLENS Non-Executive Director
Grant founded Global Frontier Investments, LLC a long-term oriented global equities fund, in 2010, and serves as its portfolio manager. Previously Grant was an investment analyst and member of the investment committee for Ayer Capital, a long/short equity healthcare fund, where he was focused on medical devices, diagnostics, healthcare services, biotechnology and pharmaceutical investments. Prior to Ayer, Grant was an associate in the healthcare group at BA Venture Partners (now Scale Ventures) where he sourced, evaluated and invested in private medical device, biotechnology, specialty pharmaceutical and healthcare service companies. Before BA Venture Partners, Grant was an investment banking analyst in corporate finance at Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown focused on the technology sector.
Grant received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, with majors in Analytical Finance, Management & Strategy, and Accounting. He received his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University. Grant is a member of the Board of Visitors at the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University.
KARL MONAGHAN Non-Executive Director
Karl Monaghan is currently Managing Partner at Ashling Capital LLP, which he founded in December 2002, to provide consultancy services to both quoted and private companies.
Prior to founding Ashling Capital, Mr. Monaghan has worked in Corporate Finance for Robert W Baird, Credit Lyonnais Securities, Bank of Ireland, Johnson Fry and BDO Stoy Hayward. Additionally, he trained as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG in Dublin and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from University College Dublin.
Mr. Monaghan brings a wealth of capital markets and board experience and is currently a Non-executive Director of AIM companies CareTech Holdings plc and Sabien Technology Group plc.
DR. YETURU AAHLAD Chief Scientist, Inventor & Co-Founder
Dr. Aahlad is a recognized world-wide authority on distributed computing where he currently holds 28 patents. It was Dr. Aahlad's vision and years of persistence that led to the invention of technology that many thought was impossible - that of active active replication (WANdisco's patented DConE technology). Prior to WANdisco, Dr. Aahlad served as the distributed systems architect for iPlanet (Sun/Netscape Alliance) Application Server. At Netscape, Dr. Aahlad joined the elite team in charge of creating a new server platform based on the CORBA distributed object framework.
Prior to Sun/Netscape Dr. Aahlad worked on incorporating the CORBA security service into Fujitsu's Object Request Broker. Dr. Aahlad designed and implemented the CORBA event services while working on Sun's first CORBA initiative. Earlier in his career, Dr. Aahlad worked on a distributed programming language at IBM's Palo Alto Scientific Center.
Dr. Aahlad has a Ph.D in distributed computing from the University of Texas, Austin and a BS in EE from IIT Madras.
AIM Rule 26 Information
From this page you can access all of the information and documentation required of us under Rule 26 of the AIM Rules. The information provided here was last updated on 30th April 2015 and is disclosed in accordance with Rule 26.
- Description of the business: see 2015 Annual Report
- Directors' biographies: see Board of Directors
- Board responsibilities and committees: see Board responsibilities and committees
- Details of incorporation and main country of operation: Incorporated in Jersey and main countries of operation are the UK and the US. Please note: the rights of shareholders may be different from the rights of shareholders in a UK incorporated company.
- Constitutional documents: see Articles of Association of WANdisco PLC
- Shares information: see WANdisco Shares
- Annual and interim reports: see Results, Reports and Company Documents
- Announcements: see Regulatory News
- Latest admission document: see AIM Admission Document
- Shareholder circulars: see Results, Reports and Company Documents
- Corporate Governance: see 2015 Annual Report
- City Code in Takeovers and mergers: WANdisco plc is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers & Mergers
- NOMAD and other advisors: see Key Company Advisors