HOW TO INVEST
If you would like to invest, we advise you contact a financial adviser, stockbroker or bank
We recommend that you discuss any financial decisions with a financial adviser, particularly if you are unsure whether an investment is suitable, as neither the company nor its advisers are able to provide investment advice. A financial adviser can provide advice on and facilitate investment into Hipgnosis Songs Fund Limited or other investment products. Consider using unbiased.co.uk or thefps.org to find a financial adviser near to you.
Invest through an execution-only platform
An investment in an investment trust can also be executed through an execution-only platform. A transaction charge and other charges are payable to the platform for the provision of this service. A selection of platforms are shown below:
The Share Centre
When making an investment in the company you are buying shares in a company that is admitted to trading on a stock exchange. The price of the shares will be determined by supply and demand. Consequently, the share price of an investment fund may be higher or lower than the underlying net asset value of the investments in its portfolio and there can be no certainty that there will be liquidity in the shares.
Market and exchange rate movements can cause the value of an investment to fall as well as rise, and you may get back less than originally invested.
We recommend you discuss any investment decisions with a financial adviser, particularly if you are unsure whether an investment is suitable. Neither Hipgnosis Songs Fund Limited nor its investment adviser is able to provide investment advice.
A Key Information Document prepared in connection with the Ordinary Shares is available for download here.
Past performance is no guide to the future.
The Company intends not to be subject to the rules relating to Non-Mainstream Pooled Investments by virtue of the fact that the Company intends would meet the criteria for investment trust status under sections 1158 and 1159 of the Corporation Tax Act 2010 as if it were a UK company.