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Guest Henry Bruce

Registered holding-873.

Subscription right entitlement accepted-amount to pay via HSBC £1,151.92.

Entitlement Number 1400313.

Shareholder Reference Number SRN-10745844677.

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Guest b a staff/iag shares

i rcvd the package after 14 September. i do not want to increase my shares what do I do next I am a senior citizen and found all the preamble/guise that was sent to me  very confusing and hard to understand.


please reply to heli01@hotmail.co.uk   (do not show this on website)

rgds Ian

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On 18/09/2020 at 10:32, Guest don_gill@btinternet.com said:

I am a IAG Shareholder and wish to take Option 1 and purchase

more shares offered me.  I have been unable to find information

at www.iagcapitalincrease.co.uk.

Can you please help.

If you want to purchase more shares than you're allowed you need to email us telling us you want to take up the offer as well as the amount of additional shares you want. 

All the best 


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Guest Penny Medley

I have only just got my capital increase guide as I have been away. I want to accept option 1 and take up all my subscription rights. How can I now do this?

Incidentally, I have 2 holdings, one in my maiden name of Nidd and 1 in my married name of Medley please let me know what I can now do.



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