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Leroy Seafood CEO Beltestad snaps up shares worth $120K

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Leroy Seafood CEO Henning Beltestad on Tuesday made a major share purchase at the group, sinking over NOK 1 million ($120,000/€108,300) into the salmon farming, whitefish and processing giant.

Beltestad's total share purchase was 20,000 shares, at an average price of NOK 54.68 ($6/€5.42) per share.

Beltestad held no shares in the group prior to the transaction.

Annichen Edvardsen, financial manager at Leroy, also acquired shares in the group Tuesday, taking 1,000 shares. The executive holds 2,200 shares after the transaction.

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