Nationwide Building Society
It’s a building society, not a public company so it doesn’t have shares.
They have a few PIBS, but those are more like debt or bonds, as the coupon is fixed, conditional and taxed as interest. One cannot just buy PIBS directly without advice, or a waver of suffisticated knowledge. I have some nationwide building society PIBS via HL broker, and I am a member as well. But it seems unlikely that they could be added to freetrade easily. They are very illiquid. Often no trades are reported for months, and very little market makers unlike the far more liquid stocks of bigger companies.
Thanks, I was on Simply Wall Street and it came up as a suggested company to invest in!