Online access for certificated shareholders
If your name is entered on our register of shareholders, you may choose to receive our interim and annual reports and other shareholder communications electronically instead of in paper form.
Once you have registered you will be advised by email when an electronic communication is available. The email will also provide a link to a web page where you will be able to access and download the communication.
Shareholders who wish to continue receiving communications in paper form need not register.
If you wish to register, please click on the ‘Continue’ button at the bottom of this page. This will take you to the website of our registrars, Computershare Investor Services PLC, which will look as below. Your browser must be configured to accept cookies in order to proceed.
Select SCOTTISH INVESTMENT TRUST PLC (THE) from the Company Name dropdown box, enter your Shareholder Reference Number which can be found on your share certificate or tax voucher, your post code, the security code, read and agree to the terms and conditions and submit.
You will then be presented with a further terms and conditions page that you must agree to in order to proceed.
The next page will allow you to choose which types of documents you wish to receive electronically. Then simply enter your e-mail address and submit.
You can unsubscribe or alter your registration at any time by using the same process.
I wish to register my email address to receive electronic communications:
By clicking on the “Continue” button you will be leaving The Scottish Investment Trust website. The Scottish Investment Trust is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
Shareholders with paper share certificates can check their shareholding with the company’s registrars, Computershare Investor Services.
Please note that to gain access to your details on the Computershare site, you will need your shareholder reference number from your share certificate or dividend notification.
By clicking on the links above, you will leave this website. The Scottish Investment Trust is not responsible for the content of the linked website.