Please remember that the value of your investments and any income from them may go down as well as up. Past performance is not a guide to future performance. You may not get back the amount that you invest. If you are in any doubt as to the suitability of a plan or any investment available within a plan, please take professional advice.
Key Investor Information Documents (KIID)
The shares of TR Property Investment Trust plc are listed and traded on the London Stock Exchange. Investors may purchase shares through their stockbroker, bank or other financial intermediary.
Open Market Purchase
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Holding shares in Certificated Form
Investors may hold their investment in certificated form. Our registrars, Computershare operate a dealing service which enables investors to buy and sell shares quickly and easily online without a broker or the need to open a trading account. Alternatively the Investor Centre allows investors to manage portfolios quickly and securely,update details and view balances without annual charges. Further details are available by contacting Computershare on 0370 707 1355 or by visiting Computershare.
TR Property Investment Trust plc now offers shareholders the opportunity to purchase further shares in the company through the Dividend Re-investment Plan (“DRIP”) through the registrar, Computershare. Shareholders can obtain further information on the DRIP through their secure website, or by phoning 0370 707 1694. Charges do apply. Please note that to gain access to your details or register for the DRIP on the Computershare site you will need the holder reference number stated on the top left hand corner of your share certificate.
Saving Schemes, ISAs and other plans
A number of banks and wealth management organisations provide Savings Schemes and ISAs through which UK clients can invest in TR Property Investment Trust plc.
ISA and savings scheme providers do charge dealing and other fees for operating the accounts, and investors should read the Terms and Conditions provided by these companies and ensure that the charges best suit their planned investment profile. Most schemes carry annual charges but these vary between provider and product. Where dealing charges apply, in some cases these are applied as a percentage of funds invested and others as a flat charge. The optimum way to hold the shares will be different for each investor depending upon the frequency and size of investments to be made.
Details are given below of two providers offering shares in TR Property Investment Trust, but there are many other options.
Alliance Trust Savings (ATS) & interactive investor (ii)
Following the acquisition of Alliance Trust Savings by interactive investor, ATS self-directed accounts were transferred to the interactive investor platform on 14 October 2019.
Interactive investor offer investors in TR Property and other investment trusts a free opt-in online shareholder voting and information service that enables investors to receive shareholder communications and, if they wish, to vote on the shareholdings held in their account.
Interactive investor provide and administer a range of self-select investment plans, including tax-advantaged ISAs and SIPPs (Self-Invested Personal Pension), and Trading Accounts. For more information, interactive investor can be contacted on 0345 607 6001, or by visiting https://www.ii.co.uk/
BMO Asset Management Limited (“BMO”)
BMO offer a number of General Investment Accounts, Investment Trust and Junior ISAs and Junior Investment Accounts. Investments can be made as lump sums or through regular savings. BMO can be contacted on 0800 136 420, or by visiting their website.
Share Fraud and boiler room scams
Shareholders in a number of Investment Trusts have been approached as part of a share fraud where they are informed of an opportunity to sell their shares as the company is subject to a takeover bid. This is not true and is an attempt to defraud shareholders. The share fraud also seeks payment of a “commission” by shareholders to the parties carrying out the fraud.
Shareholders should remain alert to this type of scam and treat with suspicion any contact by telephone offering an attractive investment opportunity, such as a premium price for your shares, or an attempt to convince you that payment is required in order to release a settlement for your shares. These frauds may also offer to sell your shares in companies which have little or no value or may offer you bonus shares. These so called “boiler room” scams can also involve an attempt to obtain your personal and/or banking information with which to commit identity fraud.
The caller may be friendly and reassuring or they may take a more urgent tone, encouraging you to act quickly otherwise you could lose money or miss out on a deal.
If you have been contacted by an unauthorised firm regarding your shares the FCA would like to hear from you. You can report an unauthorised firm using the FCA helpline on 0800 111 6768 or by visiting their website, which also has other useful information, at www.fca.org.uk.
If you receive any unsolicited investment advice make sure you get the correct name of the person and organisation. If the calls persist, hang up. If you deal with an unauthorised firm, you will not be eligible to receive payment under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
Please be advised that the Board or the Manager would never make unsolicited telephone calls of such a nature to shareholders.