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Company wants to pay me in shares. How to receive them?

  • 08-10-2018 7:11am
    #1
    Registered Users Posts: 1,253 ✭✭✭ di11on


    Hi folks,

    Did some work for a UK company and I agreed in advance to accept part payment in shares. It is a UK company traded on FTSE AIM

    I'm looking into how I can actually receive them. Davys said that it would be far from straightforward - I basically understood impossible. I was directed to a UK broker called Hargreaves Lansdown. With them, the transfer would be straight forward but I would need a UK bank account.

    Can anyone give me a steer?

    Thanks in advance

    Edit: The have said that they can just issue me with a share certificate but this usually costs more to process... it's more efficient for me if I have an online share trading account that I can receive the shares into... so how to set up one of these?


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  • Registered Users Posts: 212 ✭✭ Mach 3


    Do you want to hold them long term or cash them in over the next couple of months?


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