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How do I prove I own shares?


Philb1965

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Hello, just joined IG and made my first purchase. It’s been a while since I had shares, previously these were paper certificates or held in Shareview but times move on and we’re now in a digital age.  The main reason for buying shares again is to get access to some shareholder benefits but to do so I need to prove I own the shares so I need to send them a copy of my brokerage certificate. This must show the shares I own, the number of shares and my full name.  Is there a way to request this, do I need to pay for it or can I find this online? Thanks

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On 03/12/2022 at 11:57, Philb1965 said:

Hello, just joined IG and made my first purchase. It’s been a while since I had shares, previously these were paper certificates or held in Shareview but times move on and we’re now in a digital age.  The main reason for buying shares again is to get access to some shareholder benefits but to do so I need to prove I own the shares so I need to send them a copy of my brokerage certificate. This must show the shares I own, the number of shares and my full name.  Is there a way to request this, do I need to pay for it or can I find this online? Thanks

Hi @Philb1965

You can check your statement by opening My IG via desktop, selecting 'Live accounts' and then 'Statements'. Your summary is located under the 'Daily' type, and after clicking ‘Show statements’ this will confirm all your holdings as of today. 

All the best, 

OfentseIG

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