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Johnf

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Hi 

Can anyone advise me please?

In my ISA Share dealing platform it shows that one of my holdings is subject to a ‘Corporate Action’ I have no idea what this is and trying to get hold of anyone at IG to explain what is going on seems virtually impossible as the support line just rings and rings with no answer.

Any help would be much appreciated.

John.

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4 minutes ago, Johnf said:

Hi 

Can anyone advise me please?

In my ISA Share dealing platform it shows that one of my holdings is subject to a ‘Corporate Action’ I have no idea what this is and trying to get hold of anyone at IG to explain what is going on seems virtually impossible as the support line just rings and rings with no answer.

Any help would be much appreciated.

John.

Hey John, 

A corporate actions would normally be a stock split/ consolication. If you let me know what the stock is I will check what the corporate action is for you. 

Please just quote my message or @CharlotteIG me into your response. 

Thanks 

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1 minute ago, CharlotteIG said:

Hey John, 

A corporate actions would normally be a stock split/ consolication. If you let me know what the stock is I will check what the corporate action is for you. 

Please just quote my message or @CharlotteIG me into your response. 

Thanks 

Hi Charlotte 

thanks for quick response.

yes of course the Stock is: Urban Logistics REIT (SHED)

thanks

john.

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Hi @charlotteIG, I'm missing dividend payments for STORE Capital Corporation. These were due to be paid on 15 April 2020. The ex-dividend date was 30 March 2020. I held positions in STORE Capital Corporation prior to the ex-dividend date, yet have not received dividend payments. Any way you can assist me also?

Thanks,

Brett

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2 minutes ago, MrBR said:

Hi @charlotteIG, I'm missing dividend payments for STORE Capital Corporation. These were due to be paid on 15 April 2020. The ex-dividend date was 30 March 2020. I held positions in STORE Capital Corporation prior to the ex-dividend date, yet have not received dividend payments. Any way you can assist me also?

Thanks,

Brett

Whoops, posted this in the wrong place! But if you can assist, that would be great!

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