Equiniti provides a share portal called Shareview. You can register to manage your shareholding, enabling you to:
- set up paper-free share communications
- view your shareholdings in one place
- update your records if you change your name or address
- get dividends paid direct into your bank account or change your instruction
- elect to reinvest your dividends in further shares
- vote at company meetings online
Britvic strongly encourages shareholders to receive documents such as dividend information, Annual Reports and AGM notices electronically. You can do this by registering a Shareview account and providing an email address.
Under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 we are not authorised to provide advice to investors on share dealing. For advice on dealing, please contact your stockbroker or independent financial adviser.
Share transfers can be done without using a bank or stockbroker if both the transferor and transferee agree. This is an “off market” transfer and is generally used when there is no stamp duty payable on the transfer (for example, when the shareholder is gifting shares to a relative or charity). If you would like to transfer shares, please contact our Registrar, Equiniti, on the contact details available on our Investor contacts page.
Equiniti provides an electronic facility, which provides a simple, low-cost method of buying and selling shares. You can either log onto Shareview Dealing or call 03456 037 037 between 8.00am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday, for more information about this service and details of current rates, or to place a trade.
Britvic is listed on the London Stock Exchange and can be found using the code BVIC. The Company was floated through an IPO in November 2005.
Britvic has had a Level One American Depositary Receipt (ADR) programme in the USA since February 2010. The Bank of New York Mellon acts as both ADR depositary bank and registrar. You can find contact details on our Investor Contacts page.
Ticker Symbol: BTVCY
Ratio: 1 DR : 2 ORDs
We are aware that some of our shareholders have received unsolicited phone calls or correspondence concerning investment matters where a connection to this company is implied.
These calls typically come from people claiming to be brokers based overseas who target UK shareholders, offering to sell them what often turn out to be worthless or high risk shares in US or UK investments. These operations are commonly known as ‘boiler rooms’.
Similar scams have been attempted with the shareholders of many UK companies in recent years. Even experienced shareholders have been duped.
If you receive any unsolicited investment advice:
- Get the full, correct name of the person and the organisation they purport to represent.
- Before becoming involved, check that they are authorised by the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority). Check the online register or phone 0800 111 6768.
- We would advise you not to share any of your personal information such as bank account details or national insurance number.
If you suspect an attempt at fraud, report it to the FCA on 0800 111 6768.
Read the FCA advice How to spot and avoid share fraud.