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Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Limited - NVPOs
Company Name:Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Limited - NVPOs Minimum fundraise:£0.00* High Share Price Bid:£4.12
Business Sector:Other Total Funds Bid to Date:£5.00 Low Share Price Bid:£3.75
Auction period:11 Mar 2024 - 11 Jun 2024 Indicative Share Price:360.00 Average Share Price Bid:£3.92**
*The company will accept oversubscription.
**In the event of significant oversubscription, shares will be allocated to bids at the average price and above.

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Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Limited - NVPOs

Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Limited - NVPOs

Market Cap: £212,696,568 Auction period: 11 Mar 2024 - 11 Jun 2024 Indicative price: 360.00

Live Started 70 days ago

Current Indicative Price 360.00p

Auction closes in 22 days


BuyersShares Wanted Total Wanted Share Price (p)
-- -- 5 360.00
-- -- 5 375.00
-- -- 5 379.00
-- -- 5 380.00
1 5 5 400.00
Share Price (p) Total Offered Shares OfferedSellers
360.00 2,500 2,500 1
375.00 27,500 25,000 1
379.00 47,500 20,000 1
380.00 57,500 10,000 1
400.00 57,500 -- --



Buyers Shares Total Shares Share Price (p) Total Shares Shares Sellers
-- -- 5 360.00 2,500 2,500 1
-- -- 5 375.00 27,500 25,000 1
-- -- 5 379.00 47,500 20,000 1
-- -- 5 380.00 57,500 10,000 1
1 5 5 400.00 57,500 -- --

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Company info

Founded in 1909, Marshall is a private, independent, British, family-owned company, with a diverse portfolio of businesses employing c.2,000 staff. The worldclass applied engineering services and technology business to the aerospace and defence sectors is the core of the Group, comprising Aerospace, Land Systems and Advanced Composites. The property division is in the process of unlocking value from its 900-acre estate at Cambridge airport.

NB. Shares in issue at 31st December 2023:

Ordinary Shares of 12.5p


Non-Voting Ordinary Shares of 12.5p


Total Used of M/Cap calculation


Auction Details

Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Limited was admitted to trading on Asset Match on 1 February 2023 at a price of 426 pence per share.

Auctions are to be held quarterly and close at 4pm on the first Tuesday of the month (unless stated otherwise). 

The tick size for this company is 1 pence per share.

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Price History (last 10 auctions)


Auction instructions

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Key People


Roger Hardy Interim Chair

Roger joined the Board in August 2022. He is an engineer with extensive leadership experience in the defence industry across all three services: Air Force, Army and Navy. His executive career has been predominantly with Babcock International in a number of senior roles. He brings to the Board a focus of safety, stakeholder engagement, programme and project delivery, international business winning, strong operational performance and team building.

Kathy Jenkins Chief Executive Officer

Kathy joined Marshall of Cambridge Holdings in 2017 as Group HR Director and was subsequently promoted to Chief Operating Officer in 2019 before her appointment as Chief Executive Officer in April 2021, making her the first ever non-family member to lead the Marshall business. Having started her career in finance, Kathy moved into HR, projects and operations. She has held a wide range of senior roles across a number of varied sectors including oil, construction, electronics, transportation, aerospace, defence and security. Immediately prior to joining Marshall, Kathy spent 14 years with Thales Group where she led several large global business integration and transformation programmes.

Doug Baxter Executive Director

Doug joined the Board in February 2022 with over 30 years’ experience operating at board level within a number of different industries. Doug has held finance director, group finance director, managing director and CEO roles with various organisations including ABF, Marconi, BAE Systems, Finmeccanica and Survitec. More recently, he has acted as independent consultant and industry adviser to private equity companies. He brings with him a strong track record of turning around and growing businesses, particularly within aerospace and defence, and with a large international customer base, and has led numerous cross-border acquisitions.

Julie Baddeley Senior Independent Director

Julie joined the Board in December 2016 and is one of the UK’s most experienced women directors, having served in both an executive and non-executive capacity on the boards of leading public companies, as well as major public sector organisations, and across a range of sectors including consumer, retail, industrial, financial and professional services. She has significant remuneration committee experience and an independent focus on leadership, change management, governance and talent.

James Buxton Non-Executive Director

James joined the Board in April 2014. With over 40 years of experience, James is a well-recognised figure in the national property market, having advised landowners, developers and institutions on all aspects of property development and promotion. The depth and breadth of his knowledge and advice has been key in progressing the Group’s major property developments in Cambridge. He was appointed a Deputy Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire in 2006.

Justin Read Independent Non-Executive Director

Justin joined the Board in October 2021. He brings significant financial and executive management experience from his career working in a number of different industry sectors and across multiple jurisdictions. These include building materials/construction, property, and corporate finance. Key past roles include group finance director at both Segro plc and Speedy Hire plc, as well as head of corporate development and managing director Continental Europe at Hanson plc.

Sarah Moynihan Group Company Secretary

Sarah qualified as a chartered accountant with EY, specialising in mergers and acquisitions. She joined the Group as financial controller and was appointed Company Secretary in 2012. She provides regulatory, legal, governance and compliance advice to the Board and its committees, as well as advising and supporting shareholders. She is responsible for the co-ordination and implementation of the Group’s sustainability and ESG strategies, chairs the pension governance committee and is a trustee of the Group’s pension scheme.

John Crompton Non-Executive Director

John Crompton is a Trustee of the Marshall family settlements and is a shareholder appointed non-executive director. He is an investment banker and spent the majority of his career at Morgan Stanley in London, New York and Hong Kong, and more recently held senior positions in HSBC's investment banking business. He began his career at HM Treasury, and returned to the Treasury during the financial crisis, where he was responsible for managing the government's shareholdings in Lloyds Banking Group and RBS. He has extensive corporate finance experience across a wide range of industries. He is a non-executive director of ICE Benchmark Administration.

David Heaford Chief Financial Officer

David is a seasoned executive with over two decades of experience working in strategy, finance and general management roles across the Real Estate and Technology sectors. David began his career with KPMG and after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant worked with Hewlett Packard and Cisco Systems throughout EMEA in a variety of strategy and finance roles. Prior to joining Marshall, David worked with Landsec Plc, one of the UK’s largest Real Estate businesses, initially as a divisional finance director before joining the executive committee as Managing Director for Development, heading their multi-billion-pound mixed-use development pipeline. David brings financial acumen and strategy execution experience, together with in depth knowledge of delivering long term capital-intensive projects. Appointed: 1st October 2023

Nick Shattock Independent Non-Executive Director

Nick is a highly experienced real estate leader as well as a qualified solicitor and former partner in a City law firm. Amongst numerous other property development projects, he led the development of Filton airfield in Bristol for 2,750 homes with ancillary retail and 25 hectares of commercial space. He also led the development of two of London’s three largest regenerations – Wembley and Greenwich, over a 10-year period. Appointed: 1st October 2023