UK Individual Shareholders Society
These events consist of a 25 minutes presentation by each company followed by 20 minutes of questions and answers. Companies presenting are interesting growth companies of small/medium cap size. Refreshments and a buffet are provided free of charge and you get the opportunity to talk directly to the directors of the presenting companies. This is also a great opportunity to socialise with your fellow investors and discuss these and other investment opportunities. These seminars are open to anyone with an interest in stock market investing.
Stockopedia will provide facts and figures on the presenting companies for attendees
(don’t forget that ShareSoc subscribing members can get a special discount on Stockopedia
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IMPORTANT: You should receive confirmation via email of your registration within
48 hours of submitting it using the above form. If for any reason, that does not
arrive, please let us know immediately by telephoning 0333-
* A telephone number is only requested in case of query. It can be omitted if preferred. A postal address is required but will only be used in exceptional circumstances. Communication will normally be via email.
Companies presenting will be:
Plus guest speaker David Scott of wealth manager Andrews Gwynne on recent global macro economic developments.
It is free to attend and all you need do is complete the following form to register
for this event. As this is a ShareSoc Member event, non-
ShareSoc Investment Warning -
1. No warranty is given by ShareSoc as to the reliability, accuracy or completeness of the information provided in presentations to investors by companies or by ShareSoc representatives in seminars organised or sponsored by ShareSoc. The information given in those seminars is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute investment, legal, tax or other advice or any recommendation to buy, or sell or otherwise transact in the shares of the companies presenting. Prospective investors should take appropriate professional advice before making any investment decision, or undertake their own further research.
2. You are reminded that investment in the stock market carries substantial risks and share prices can go down as well as up. Past performance is not necessarily an indication of future performance.
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The audience enjoying refreshments at one of our recent seminars.