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Mirada is registered with the Alternative Investment Market in the United Kingdom under ticker symbol MIRA. We are committed to providing accurate and transparent information to our investors and the financial community at large.

Company Profile

With extensive experience in the most sophisticated interactive markets, Mirada is well equipped to effectively deliver interactive products for broadcasters, content and service providers wishing to exploit new technologies across multiple platforms, including digital television, the web and mobile phones. Mirada makes a difference enhancing the interactive viewer experience and setting a new standard in the digital media market. Led by Group Chairman Francis Coles, Mirada has assembled a highly experienced management team that possesses a unique blend of skills and experience in the areas of Digital TV platforms, Internet and mobile phone services and technology.

The Board

The Board of Directors is accountable to shareholders for the good corporate governance of the company and comprises of Non-Executive Chairman Francis Coles, Chief Executive Officer José Luis Vázquez; Finance Director Gonzalo Babío, executive director José Francisco Gozalbo Sidro and non-executive director, Matthew Peter Earl.

Francis Coles

Non-Executive Chairman

Frances Coles has nearly 40 years of experience in corporate finance. He was a founder director of corporate finance advisory boutique New Boathouse Capital and later served as a director of AIM listed merchant bank Quayle Munro following its aquisition of New Boathouse Capital in 2007. Prior to that, Francis was a director of Baring Brothers and subsequently Santander Investment where his responsibilities included debt and equity fundraisings and merger and acquisition activities in the European and Latin American markets.

José Luis Vázquez

Chief Executive Officer

José L. Vázquez is CEO and Co-Founder of Fresh, a leading interactive TV player in the Spanish market. He holds a degree in Advanced Telecommunication Engineering (UPM) and an MBA (IESE). He has more than 15 years of experience in Telecommunication and Interactivity markets, where he is an skilled professional. He founded Fresh in year 2000 being the CTO, and became the CEO of the company in 2004. José is one of the leading figures in the Hispanic Digital TV platforms markets.

Gonzalo Babío

Chief Financial Officer

Gonzalo Babío has a broad experience in media and technology sectors. His professional career includes three years working at Arthur Andersen as an auditor, ten years at Electronic Arts as Finance Director working in Madrid, Lisbon, Sao Paulo, Lyon and London, and ten years as Finance Director for The Walt Disney Company Iberia in Madrid. He has a degree in Business Administration from the Universidad de Deusto in Bilbao, an EMBA from IESE Business School in Madrid and a PED from IMD in Lausanne.

José Francisco Gozalbo Sidro

Chief Technology Officer

José joined Mirada as Chief Technology Officer in March 2008, bringing over 18 years of experience in software development companies. In this role he has been responsible for software development, quality assurance, R&D and presales departments. He has a special focus on the Latin America region and has helped to build relationships with big telecoms partners that have led to multiple deployments of Mirada’s products. Prior to joining Mirada, José was Chief Technology Officer at Fresh Interactive Technologies where he managed the deployment of products and services worldwide, working with some of the key partners in the Pay TV market.

Matthew Peter Earl

Non-Executive Director

Matthew has spent over 12 years working in the financial services sector primarily in Equity Capital Markets. Matthew started his career with Royal Bank of Scotland plc as an economist before working at Investec plc. Matthew then joined Charles Stanley Securities as an equity analyst in the support services sector, until he moved to head up the business services research team at Matrix Group Limited in 2010. More recently he has become an active investor in small and medium sized businesses.

Corporate Governance

The Company has adopted the QCA Corporate Governance Code as published by the Quoted Companies Alliance (“QCA Code”).

Please click here to see our full Corporate Governance Statement.

Incorporation and Operation

Mirada is a public limited company, registered in England and Wales, registered no 3609752. The Registered office is at 68 Lombard Street, London EC3V 9LJ, United Kingdom.

Mirada operates in the following locations:

  • London, UK: Headquarters
  • Madrid, Spain: Sales Office and Tech Centre
  • Castellón, Spain: Tech Centre
  • Exeter, UK: Tech Centre
  • Mexico: Sales Office and Tech Centre
  • Slovenia: Sales Representative
  • Singapore: Sales Representative
  • Chile: Sales Representative

Takeover Code

As an AIM traded company incorporated in England and Wales, Mirada plc is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers legislation.

IR Contacts and Advisers

Nominated Advisers and Broker

Allenby Capital ltd
5 St Helen’s Place


Howard Kennedy LLP
No. 1 London Bridge

Company Registrars

Link Asset Services
The Registry
34 Beckenham Road

Registered Office

68 Lombard Street


55 Baker Street

RNS Announcements

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Securities and Restrictions

There are no restrictions in the transfer of the ordinary shares of Mirada plc. Shares are not admitted to trading on any other exchanges or trading platforms. No shares are held in treasury.

Issued Shares

Number of Shares in Issue – 8,908,435
Number of Shares not in public hands – 7,809,666 – 87.67%

Significant Shareholders

Kaptungs 87.21%

Incorporated in England and Wales.

Last updated – 31 October 2019

Annual and Interim Reports

Please see our Annual and Interim reports here.

Office of Chief Financial Officer

Gonzalo Babío

Gonzalo Babío
Av. General Fanjul 2b
28044 Madrid
Tel: +34 917 616 443

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Last updated – 31 October 2019