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15 February 2021's CEO, Sisco Sapena, buys another 20.000 shares

of the company

Madrid, 15 February - The founder and CEO of (BME:LLN) (EPA:ALLLN) (OTCQX:LLEIF), Sisco Sapena, increased his position in the company's shareholding at the end of last week with the new purchase of 20,000 shares.

Sapena acquired the shares at an average price of 5.01 euros.

According to official information communicated today to BME Growth and Euronext Growth, his stake now stands at 37.71 per cent of the company's total shareholding.

"I have every confidence in the future of, which last January announced the best results in its history. The best way to prove it, is to increase my stake in the company, and to encourage our investors to do the same", said Sapena.

On January 28th, announced the acquisition of 15,800 new shares by its CEO, at a weighted price of 6.21 euros.

In 2020, the technology company reported an increase in sales of 20 percent, up to 16.42 million euros.

The company's Software as a Service (SaaS) business grew by up to 59 percent during the year to €5.69 million, a growth that was also driven by the returns that the company's contracts in South Africa and Colombia have begun to generate. 

The corporation also announced a few weeks ago an exclusive contract with Emirates Post for its suite of company services in the United Arab Emirates, from Dubai. In 2020, it recorded an EBITDA of 2.57 million euros, 17 percent higher than in the previous year. is the European leading company in the registered contracting and electronic signature industry. is listed on BME Growth, Euronext Growth in Paris and on the OTCQX Best Market segment in New York. 

Last year, the company's shares increased in value by 940 percent, in one of the biggest rises on the European stock market.