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On 23/03/2021 at 04:12, Notonmonday said:

I wish to tranfer shares to the company register from my IG account. What is the procedure?

Hey, 

Thanks for your post. 

If you're transferring shares out of IG you need to speak to the company you're transferring the shares to. They will more than likely ask you to fill our a form and then they'll contact us regarding the transfer. 
 

We don't have any exit fees. 

All the best 

 

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