We are encouraging our shareholders to receive their shareholder information by email and via our website. Not only is this a quicker way for you to receive information, it helps us to be more sustainable by reducing paper and printing materials and lowering postage costs.
Registering for electronic shareholder communications is very straightforward and is done online via shareview.co.uk which is a website provided by EQ.
Log on to shareview.co.uk and you can:
- set up electronic shareholder communication;
- view your shareholdings;
- update your UK bank/building society account details; and
- update your address details if you change your address (if you hold 2,500 shares or fewer).
Investment scams are designed to look like genuine investments – spot the warning signs!
Have you been:
- contacted out of the blue;
- promised tempting returns and told the investment is safe;
- called repeatedly; or
- told the offer is only available for a limited time?
If so, you might have been contacted by fraudsters.
Avoid investment fraud
1. Reject cold calls
If you’ve received unsolicited contact about an investment opportunity, chances are it’s a high-risk investment or a scam. You should treat the call with extreme caution. The safest thing to do is to hang up.
2. Check the FCA Warning List
The FCA Warning List is a list of firms and individuals we know are operating without our authorisation.
3. Get impartial advice
Think about getting impartial financial advice before you hand over any money. Seek advice from someone unconnected to the firm that has approached you.