The four biggest shareholders in Ultimate Leisure have approached the company's broker and asked it to sell the AIM-quoted nightclub and bar company after losing confidence in its management. They are angry that development director Tim Wynn and the chairman Allan Rankin's brothers sold shares in the group just weeks before a profit warning. One source claimed the Newcastle-based management had "lost all credibility". Ultimate has denied that any of them knew of the profit warning when they sold. The Sunday Times 15/05/05 (Business) page 3.2