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Hi, I hold shares in Open Orphan.

They have announced a distribution in specie for Poolbeg effective 16June21, 1 share for every 2.98 Open Orphan shares.

I haven't received notification from IG of my Poolbeg share allocation to date. Can anyone advise please

 

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5 hours ago, ooooer said:

Hi, I hold shares in Open Orphan.

They have announced a distribution in specie for Poolbeg effective 16June21, 1 share for every 2.98 Open Orphan shares.

I haven't received notification from IG of my Poolbeg share allocation to date. Can anyone advise please

 

Hi there, 

Poolbeg Pharma is not listed yet and doesn't have its own ISIN. 
 
We will book the new shares on your account once it's listed and we have the new shares delivered from our Custodian. 
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