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Small cap and AIM expertise with Shard Capital

Opening a Shard Trader account gives you access to our advice on a broad range of AIM companies from our highly experienced stockbroking team.

At Shard Capital, we're always on the lookout for small companies that exhibit the potential to grow shareholder value. With our Shard Trader account, you're able to participate in small cap and AIM IPO's and fundraisings at the institutional placing price.

We make a point of regularly meeting directors and management of AIM companies. This complements our due diligence in the process of formulating a generic rating for the companies we recommend. We tailor our advice to you, ensuring that it is suitable for your circumstances and we'll consider your financial situation, strategy, objectives and attitude to risk in assessing the suitability of any advice that we give.

You can access your portfolio at any time and your shares are held in a nominee account with our settlement agent Jarvis Investment Management Ltd, ensuring safekeeping and facilitating any corporate actions.



Shard Capital Partners LLP are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Our FCA Register number is 538762. This can be verified on the FCAs Register at their website www.fca.org.uk or by contacting the FCA on 0845 606 1234. Shard Capital Partners LLP is registered in England & Wales under the Companies House Register OC360394.

The views and opinions of Share Talk are their own and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of Shard Capital Stockbrokers, any information on this page should not be construed as advice.

Shard Capital trades on in Alternative Investment Market (AIM) and ISDX shares, all of which carry a higher degree of risk than blue chip investments and there is always the possibility of losing the capital sum invested. Investment should be restricted to the maximum one can afford to lose. These investments may not be suitable for everyone and if you have any doubt regarding suitability please contact an FCA regulated investment adviser. Shard Capital and/or its connected companies and/or directors/partners or employees and/or members of their families may from time to time have a material interest (including options) in relation to an investment in which we deal on your behalf and may add or dispose of such securities from time to time. It is more difficult to buy and sell shares in small companies and it may not always be possible to deal. Market Makers operate with a wide spread between buying and selling prices for small companies and this spread and fluctuations in the share price may mean that you do not get back the full amount invested. AIM and ISDX are designed primarily for emerging or smaller companies. Both the AIM and ISDX Rules are less demanding than those of the Official List of the London Stock Exchange. The past is not necessarily a guide to future performance.