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Question

If a stock is Automatic Dividend Reinvestment (ADR) eligible, why hasn’t this stock been re-invested on my portfolio?

Answer

The main reasons this occurs are:

  • You may not have chosen the ADR option when you opened your account.
  • You may not have held the minimum share of the stock at the time of reinvestment.
  • The dividend paid may not have been over £10.00.
  • The dividend may not have been paid to your cash management account.
  • The ADR may have taken your account overdrawn and in which case this would not have been reinvested.

Please note that you will always be sent a Contract Note once the ADR has been actioned.

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