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How to Invest in PIP

If you are contemplating an investment in PIP, it is important that you read and understand our Legal and Risk Notice.

Investing in PIP

An investment in PIP can be made by buying ordinary shares on the London Stock Exchange through a broker or financial intermediary. Investments in PIP ordinary shares may also be made through the PIP Share Savings Scheme.

The Company’s ordinary shares are listed and traded on the London Stock Exchange. Ordinary shares are traded under the SEDOL code of 0414850 or TIDM code of PIN. Prices are published daily in the Financial Times under the ‘Investment Companies’ heading and in other leading newspapers and can also be viewed on this website.

The ISIN code for PIP’s ordinary shares is GB0004148507.

The PIP Share Savings Scheme

For individual investors the PIP Share Savings Scheme is a convenient way to start, or add to, your shareholding in PIP. As a Share Savings Scheme investor you can keep track of your investments online. You will also receive statements detailing your transactions and any cash balances at least once a year.

You can pay both lump sum and regular monthly savings into the Company’s shares, each from a minimum of £25, and have any dividends automatically reinvested.

The PIP Share Savings Scheme is provided and managed by The Share Centre Limited. The Share Centre Limited is a member of the London Stock Exchange and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

The Share Centre Ltd, PO Box 2000, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP21 8ZB
Tel: 01296 414630
Email: pip@share.co.uk
www.share.com

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