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Professor Nigel Richard Shadbolt controls OPEN DATA INSTITUTE
Professor Sir Nigel Richard Shadbolt controls OPEN DATA INSTITUTE

About Control Statements

A ControlStatement is a declaration by a company or entity about how it is controlled. A company may have multiple entities controlling it (entites may be companies, people or organisations), in which case there will be multiple statements of control, or may have no entity controlling it in which case the statement can detail this fact together with the reasons. The controlling entities will be 'ultimate beneficial owners' if the company is stating that the controlling entities are natural persons who ultimately control the company in some way

Raw data

Control Level unknown
Control Mechanisms
Mechanism Type voting_rights
Mechanism Properties
Exercised Via
Voting Percentage
Minimum 50
Maximum 75
Exclusive Minimum true
Exclusive Maximum false
Source Description The person holds, directly or indirectly, more than 50% but not more than 75% of the voting rights in the company.
Controlling Entities
Entity Type person
Entity Properties
Date Of Birth
Month 4
Year 1956
Nationality British
Country Of Residence England
Registered Address
Locality London
Postal Code EC2A 4JE
Street Address 65 Clifton Street
Name Professor Nigel Richard Shadbolt
Other Attributes
Uid /company/08030289/persons-with-significant-control/individual/UHpEuIxAsoRCuu06mRB_ku0Jpck
Name Parts
Given Name Nigel
Middle Name Richard
Family Name Shadbolt
Title Professor
Other Attributes
Etag 5ac2c4e81ce0d05b4986788199ca4de23387a9ab
Ceased On
Notified On 2016-04-06
Subject Entity
Entity Properties
Company Number 08030289
Jurisdiction Code gb
Entity Type company
Uid /company/08030289/persons-with-significant-control/individual/UHpEuIxAsoRCuu06mRB_ku0Jpck
Ultimate Beneficial Owner true

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Added On
August 29 2017, 3.20PM

We think this was true on April 6 2016. We think this happened before April 6 2016.

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