Buying / selling shares


#3

This might help:

and this post, which explains share types, as A and B have different rights etc:

having shared that, it’ll be best to contact Freetrade and CrowdCube


Hope that helps, good luck!


(Paul B.) #4

Thanks for the additional information. I have B investment shares, so it should make it easy.
I had read too that finding the buyer may be the complicated part, so that’s why I was posting first to see if there is any interest.


#6

if someone did buy the shares from a fellow investor can they then claim EIS?


(Paul B.) #8

Thanks for the extra information. By the way, does somebody the exact share price of the last round? I have a rough idea but no clear number to work with.

Thanks,

Paul


#9

The share price in the last round was:


#11

Here is the reason why there’s posts mentioning 54p CrowdCube Fundraise

Feels like a long time ago but it’s only been a few months :slightly_smiling_face:


(Calum McWhir) #12

Unfortunately not. The relief is only available for qualifying shares issued by the company. This rules out any post-issuance transfer.

Notable also that you forgo EIS tax benefits if the holding period is < 3 years.


(Mike) #13

I am interested in purchasing freetrade shares. Please message me if anyone is interested in selling.

Thanks


(Michael V) #14

Hey @balancap have you found a way to sell you shares? I am interested in buying more.

I got in touch with Crowdcube and this is the response I got:

The ability to transfer shares depends on the Articles of the Company in question._

Under the Crowdcube Articles currently in force, B Investment Shares are freely transferable, and the company must be notified of the transfer.

Since you own type B shares (so do I), I believe we would need to notify Freetrade?


(Alex Sherwood) #15

That’s correct, Calum’s shared some more details about the process here -


(Mike) #16

I’ve recently purchased some freetrade shares from a community member. Would anyone else be interested to sell? If so, please PM me.

Thanks


#17

Curious as to what purchase price you settled at… was it the R3 price or negotiated?


(Mike) #18

A slight discount from r3 price but not by much.


#19

If anyone has shares to sell I would be interested aswell.


#20

Bargain :ok_hand::+1: Especially now that we are seeing real customers on the app :chart_with_upwards_trend::rocket:


(Michael V) #21

Hello,

I have invested in Freetrade and I’m interested in buying more shares from other investors.

If you have invested less than £20,000 that means you have type B shares which are easy to transfer :slight_smile:

Please PM me if you want to sell your shares. The process has taken place before. Once we agree, we need to notify Freetrade to process the transfer.

Cheers,
Michael


#22

It’s like some kind of “marketplace” or “exchange” for people that want to sell these shares and people that want to buy them would be useful :slight_smile:


#23

Very interested in buying share if you want to sell please message me ASAP.

Best ,

Kal


#24

Lol…Rod…what if I told you we are building one :sunglasses:


(John) #25

I would be interested in buy some Freetrade shares if they are still available. :slight_smile: