- Before you deal
- Acting on behalf of a shareholder
- After you deal
- Sales proceeds
- Update your personal details
- Using this website
- Limit Orders
- Share Certificates
If you sell shares, a cheque for the proceeds, less any applicable charges, will normally be issued within 3 business days after the trade provided we have received all the documentation we have requested from you. Otherwise we will issue the cheque 1 business day after we have received the required documentation. If you are selling shares in a non-Link Administered Company, this can take at least 10 days from your order being placed.
Sale proceed cheques will be made payable to the registered holder of the shares – where shares are held in joint names, the cheque will be payable to all named holders – and sent to the registered address shown on our records at the time your instructions are processed.
If you have misplaced a cheque or have a payment that is out of date then this can be reissued for you. We do not charge for this service.
Write to us at the address below:
Link Group - Share Dealing
29 Wellington Street,
Make sure that your letter includes:
- The name of the company(ies) that you hold shares in
- The name of the shareholder
- The signature of the shareholder or legal representative
- Details of the payments that you need reissued
- If you are requesting the cheque to be made payable to a professional body or in a name that is not on the register please ensure this is explicitly mentioned within your letter and the letter is signed by all registered holders.
Please enclose any out of date cheques that you have and a cheque to cover the fee (made payable to Link Market Services Trustees Limited). The replacement will be processed and sent to you within 5-7working days.
- Our share dealing service
- Executive and corporate dealing
- Dealing in UK stock
- Dealing in Irish stock
- Executor Dealing
- Terms and conditions
- Best Execution
Best execution policy
Find out more about our best execution policy.
Remember the price of shares can go down as well as up, and you are not guaranteed to get back the amount that you originally invested.