Londonmetric Property revealed on Friday that chairman Patrick Vaughan had sold 400,000 ordinary shares in the FTSE 250-listed real estate investment trust.
Mercantile Investment Trust revealed on Thursday that director Jeremy Tigue purchased 924 ordinary shares in the FTSE 250-listed investment vehicle.
Whitbread revealed on Wednesday that newly appointed non-executive director Horst Baier had purchased 1,600 ordinary shares in the FTSE 100-listed Premier Inn owner.
Kingfisher revealed on Tuesday that chairman Andrew Cosslett had purchased 73,643 ordinary shares in the FTSE 100-listed retailer.
Close Brothers revealed on Monday that chief executive Preben Prebensen had sold 150,000 ordinary shares in the FTSE 250-listed merchant banking group.
Howden Joinery Group revealed on Friday that deputy chief executive and chief financial officer Mark Robson's wife had sold 50,000 ordinary shares in the supplier of kitchens and joinery products.
Ten Entertainment Group revealed on Thursday that non-executive director Christopher Mills had sold one million ordinary shares in the firm via his interest in Harwood Capital.
Taylor Wimpey revealed on Wednesday that chief executive Pete Redfern had sold 2. 15m ordinary shares in the FTSE 100-listed housebuilder.
Parity Group revealed on Tuesday that chief executive Matthew Bayfield and finance director Roger Antony had each bought more than 50,000 ordinary shares in the data recruitment and consulting firm.
TalkTalk executive chairman and founder, Charles Dunstone, picked up a big batch of shares in the telecommunications carrier at the end of the previous week.
Ten Entertainment Group revealed on Thursday that chairman Nick Basing had sold 100,000 ordinary shares in the tenpin bowling operator.
Bonhill Group revealed on Wednesday that chief executive Simon Stilwell had purchased 74,500 ordinary shares in the AIM-listed business-to-business media firm.
Morgan Advanced Materials revealed on Tuesday that non-executive director Clement Woon purchased 45,281 ordinary shares in the FTSE 250-listed electrical components firm.
Morgan Sindall Group revealed on Monday that chief executive John Morgan had disposed of 300,000 ordinary shares in the London-listed UK construction and regeneration group.
Schroders revealed on Friday that chairman Michael Dobson had sold 41,641 ordinary shares in the FTSE 100-listed investment manager.
SCS Group revealed on Thursday that Parlour Products, a company in which non-executive director Paul Daccus held an interest, had sold 6. 25m ordinary shares in the London-listed home furnishings retailer.
One of RBS's senior independent directors, Mark Seligman, picked up some shares, close on the heels of purchases by several of his colleagues, including RBS chairman, Howard Davies, and non-executive director Dr. Lena Wilson.