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Ways to invest in The Scottish

The Scottish Investment Trust is listed on the London Stock Exchange
(Ticker: SCIN; SEDOL 0782609)

Shares in the Company can be bought and sold in a number of ways –
see below to find out more.

Platforms

A convenient way to hold several investments in one place is through an online share dealing platform. Platforms are designed to be relatively easy-to-use and offer a wide variety of investment wrappers, including the more well-known ones such as ISAs or SIPPs. They also give flexibility for investors to select and allocate assets.

Various fees apply. If you are unsure about the suitability of any particular investment option, you should consult a professional adviser.

Intermediaries

Stockbrokers can execute buy and sell orders on your behalf. They may provide advice on whether to buy, sell or hold securities. Similarly, such investment services are offered by wealth managers, combined with financial advice, accounting and tax services, retirement planning, legal and estate planning, and other related services. Your bank, lawyer, accountant or other professional adviser may also be able to help with these.

Fees apply. If you would like to find a local adviser, browse this directory. You might wish to check the Register to ensure that your chosen professional is regulated and approved by The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Other

If you wish to deal in certificated shares you should contact your or stockbroker or professional adviser, as noted in the intermediaries section. If you don’t have a stockbroker, a short list of some companies who may offer dealing in certificated shares can be found via this link.

The list is not exhaustive and should not be considered as an endorsement or a recommendation of services offered. By clicking on the link you will be leaving our website. The Scottish Investment Trust is not responsible for the content of any linked website.

Fees apply. If you are unsure about the suitability of any investment, you should consult a professional adviser.