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Invest in over 1,500 companies instantly from just £1*.

As with all investing, your capital is at risk.

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Build your passive income

Security, built in.

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FCA regulated

We’re an appointed representative of RiskSave Technologies Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. 

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Your funds are covered

We partner with Modulr, an FCA-regulated firm who safeguard 100% of client funds. Separately, your US investments are protected up to $500,000 under the SIPC

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Your data’s
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We use AES 256-bit encryption, and have a Data Security & Protection team dedicated to keeping your private information safe.

FAQs

What are stocks and shares?

A share is a piece of ownership in a company. When you own shares, you are considered a shareholder meaning you have a claim on a portion of the company's assets and profits.

How many stocks does Shares have?

Currently, Shares has over 1,500 stocks available for UK users. 

Where is my money stored?

At Shares, we value security and we assure you that your funds are safe. 

While creating an account with us, you also open an electronic money account with our payment provider.

Your funds will be stored in this electronic money account, which you will use to place orders to buy a stock or receive funds after selling a stock. 

Your electronic money account is protected under safety regulations applicable to e-money issuers, hence we reassure the safety of your funds. 

Does Shares distribute dividends?

Yes, if you own a dividend paying stock, Shares will credit your account on 
the company’s payout date.

To check if you have received a dividend payout recently, you can navigate to 
the “Activity” section, and you will be able to see your dividend payout. Likewise, you can access the dividend calendar to see when your next payout is due. 

Does Shares have fractional shares?

Yes, Shares have fractional shares meaning you don’t have to buy one whole share of a company. Instead, you can buy part of a share – so you could buy £1 worth of any stock.