Do you offer proxy voting?

When you invest in stock via your share dealing account, we’ll hold the shares on your behalf in our nominee account. This means we can vote by proxy on your behalf.

If you’d like to vote by proxy, you’ll need to send us a signed proxy form available from the relevant company’s website. We’ll also need:

  • Your IG account number and full name
  • The date and location of the company AGM
  • Your shareholdings over the ex-date
  • Your voting intentions for each of the relevant articles published in the notice of the company AGM

Please post the proxy form and relevant information to:                          

Corporate Actions Department
IG Markets Limited
Cannon Bridge House
25 Dowgate Hill
London
EC4R 2YA

IG will need to have this information seven working days prior to the deadline date for voting at the AGM, otherwise we will unfortunately be unable to facilitate your request. You’ll be able to find further details about proxy voting in the investor relations section of your chosen company’s website.

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