How to invest

ICG Enterprise is listed on the London Stock Exchange (ICGT.LN) and its shares can be bought and sold just as those of any other listed company.

A straightforward way for individuals to purchase and hold shares in the Company is to contact a stockbroker, savings plan provider or online investment platform.

You may be able to find a stockbroker using the website of the independent Wealth Management Association (WMA) at

You may also be able to purchase shares via your bank account provider. For a small fee, your chosen intermediary can purchase shares in the Company on your behalf.

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The Company’s shares are eligible for tax-efficient wrappers such as Individual Savings Accounts (“ISAs”), Junior ISAs, and Self Invested Personal Pensions (“SIPPs”).

Information about ISAs and SIPPs, as well as general advice on saving and investing, can be found on the UK Government’s free and independent service at

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Capital at risk

As with any investment into a company listed on the stock market, you should remember that:

The value of your investment and the income you get from it can fall as well as rise, so you may not get back the amount you invested; and

Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

This is a medium to long term investment so you should be prepared to invest your money for at least five years.

If you are uncertain about any aspect of your decision to invest, you should consider seeking independent financial advice.