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Rolls Royce C Share Entitlement 2019 Entitlement **Not Tradeable**

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Miscellaneous

Rolls Royce C Share Entitlement 2019 Entitlement **Not Tradeable**

Type:
Miscellaneous
Shareholder action required:
Yes
Status:
Client deadline
Details (last updated 6 Nov 2019)

Instead of paying a cash dividend, Rolls Royce issues C shares to shareholders twice a year. These C shares can be swapped for cash or ordinary shares, or kept and swapped at a future date. You’ve been given 46 C shares for every share held at the close of business on 23 October 2019. You can choose what you’d like to do with these C shares.

 

The deadline to give an instruction is noon on Wednesday 27 November 2019.

 

You have three options

 

1. Replace your C Shares with cash. You’ll get 0.1p per C share. Unless you have previously given an ongoing election to receive ordinary shares, this cash option is our default option so you don't need to take any further action. You’ll get a payment around 6 January 2020. Although C shares are issued instead of a dividend, this payment is classed as a capital payment.

 

2. Use your C shares to buy more Rolls Royce shares. Your C share sale proceeds will be used to buy new shares.

 

• Shares bought are subject to dealing commission at 0.2% and Stamp Duty at 0.5%.
• Shares will be bought at the market price on the day of dealing, expected to be 6 January 2020. We can’t therefore tell you in advance what price you’ll pay.
• The new shares will be added to your account from 20 January 2020.
• Fractions of new shares won’t be issued, you’ll receive a cash payment instead.

 

3. Keep your C shares. You can keep your C shares and swap them for cash or ordinary shares at a later date.

 

• The value of your C shares is fixed at 0.1p and if you chose to retain them they will not increase or decrease in value. They’re not listed so can’t be traded.
• We’ll write to you twice a year to give you the chance to swap your C shares for cash or ordinary shares.
Please note that if you elect to retain your C Shares and you currently hold them within a Stocks and Shares ISA you will, under HMRC Regulations, have to remove the C Shares from your ISA within 30 days of receipt. Any election to retain C Shares given within a Junior ISA or a Lifetime ISA will be invalid.

 

Full details of this event will be sent to Qualifying Hargreaves Lansdown clients by either post or secure message. Please note that any instruction you give must be based on the full details provided in the letter and not on the summary information outlined above.

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Sell:0.100000p
Buy:0.100000p
Change: No change
Market closed |  Prices as at close on 21 October 2019 | Switch to live prices |
Miscellaneous

Rolls Royce C Share Entitlement 2019 Entitlement **Not Tradeable**

Type:
Miscellaneous
Shareholder action required:
Yes
Status:
Client deadline
Details (last updated 6 Nov 2019)

Instead of paying a cash dividend, Rolls Royce issues C shares to shareholders twice a year. These C shares can be swapped for cash or ordinary shares, or kept and swapped at a future date. You’ve been given 46 C shares for every share held at the close of business on 23 October 2019. You can choose what you’d like to do with these C shares.

 

The deadline to give an instruction is noon on Wednesday 27 November 2019.

 

You have three options

 

1. Replace your C Shares with cash. You’ll get 0.1p per C share. Unless you have previously given an ongoing election to receive ordinary shares, this cash option is our default option so you don't need to take any further action. You’ll get a payment around 6 January 2020. Although C shares are issued instead of a dividend, this payment is classed as a capital payment.

 

2. Use your C shares to buy more Rolls Royce shares. Your C share sale proceeds will be used to buy new shares.

 

• Shares bought are subject to dealing commission at 0.2% and Stamp Duty at 0.5%.
• Shares will be bought at the market price on the day of dealing, expected to be 6 January 2020. We can’t therefore tell you in advance what price you’ll pay.
• The new shares will be added to your account from 20 January 2020.
• Fractions of new shares won’t be issued, you’ll receive a cash payment instead.

 

3. Keep your C shares. You can keep your C shares and swap them for cash or ordinary shares at a later date.

 

• The value of your C shares is fixed at 0.1p and if you chose to retain them they will not increase or decrease in value. They’re not listed so can’t be traded.
• We’ll write to you twice a year to give you the chance to swap your C shares for cash or ordinary shares.
Please note that if you elect to retain your C Shares and you currently hold them within a Stocks and Shares ISA you will, under HMRC Regulations, have to remove the C Shares from your ISA within 30 days of receipt. Any election to retain C Shares given within a Junior ISA or a Lifetime ISA will be invalid.

 

Full details of this event will be sent to Qualifying Hargreaves Lansdown clients by either post or secure message. Please note that any instruction you give must be based on the full details provided in the letter and not on the summary information outlined above.

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Sell:0.100000p
Buy:0.100000p
Change: No change
Market closed |  Prices as at close on 21 October 2019 | Switch to live prices |
Miscellaneous

Rolls Royce C Share Entitlement 2019 Entitlement **Not Tradeable**

Type:
Miscellaneous
Shareholder action required:
Yes
Status:
Client deadline
Details (last updated 6 Nov 2019)

Instead of paying a cash dividend, Rolls Royce issues C shares to shareholders twice a year. These C shares can be swapped for cash or ordinary shares, or kept and swapped at a future date. You’ve been given 46 C shares for every share held at the close of business on 23 October 2019. You can choose what you’d like to do with these C shares.

 

The deadline to give an instruction is noon on Wednesday 27 November 2019.

 

You have three options

 

1. Replace your C Shares with cash. You’ll get 0.1p per C share. Unless you have previously given an ongoing election to receive ordinary shares, this cash option is our default option so you don't need to take any further action. You’ll get a payment around 6 January 2020. Although C shares are issued instead of a dividend, this payment is classed as a capital payment.

 

2. Use your C shares to buy more Rolls Royce shares. Your C share sale proceeds will be used to buy new shares.

 

• Shares bought are subject to dealing commission at 0.2% and Stamp Duty at 0.5%.
• Shares will be bought at the market price on the day of dealing, expected to be 6 January 2020. We can’t therefore tell you in advance what price you’ll pay.
• The new shares will be added to your account from 20 January 2020.
• Fractions of new shares won’t be issued, you’ll receive a cash payment instead.

 

3. Keep your C shares. You can keep your C shares and swap them for cash or ordinary shares at a later date.

 

• The value of your C shares is fixed at 0.1p and if you chose to retain them they will not increase or decrease in value. They’re not listed so can’t be traded.
• We’ll write to you twice a year to give you the chance to swap your C shares for cash or ordinary shares.
Please note that if you elect to retain your C Shares and you currently hold them within a Stocks and Shares ISA you will, under HMRC Regulations, have to remove the C Shares from your ISA within 30 days of receipt. Any election to retain C Shares given within a Junior ISA or a Lifetime ISA will be invalid.

 

Full details of this event will be sent to Qualifying Hargreaves Lansdown clients by either post or secure message. Please note that any instruction you give must be based on the full details provided in the letter and not on the summary information outlined above.

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