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The same time as institutions
On the same discounted terms as institutions
With no commission
PrimaryBid allows PIs to get into the placing game...It's worth subscribing even if you don't end up using it.Private Investor, lse.co.uk
The rapid subscription of the offer exceeded our expectations, it was one of the fastest take up for a weekend offer.Colin Hutchinson, CEO, Ascent Resources plc
PrimaryBid is adopting crowdfunding technology to bring new share listings to the wider market.The Armchair Trader, Twitter
We were delighted with the simplicity & take up we received. I would absolutely recommend PrimaryBid to other AIM companies.Neil Ricketts, CEO, Versarien plc
With PrimaryBid you can access new share offers from listed companies, at the same discounted price available to institutions.
We receive a percentage fee from the companies we raise for, so we don't charge you a commission.
Be the first to know about a new share offer with our real time notifications sent straight to your preferred device.
Your shares are sent directly to your current share dealing account.
We are regulated by the FCA
We'll instantly notify you about the new share offer by email or push notification if you download our App. This usually happens once markets close.
Shares are allocated on a first-come first-served basis, so it’s good to act fast.
Next you can buy between £100 and £100,000 using your debit card.
Investing in growth market companies involves a significant degree of risk including loss of capital, rarity of dividends, lack of liquidity and dilution, and should only be done as part of a diversified portfolio. Past performance is not an indicator of future performance. PrimaryBid.com is targeted solely at investors who are sufficiently sophisticated to understand these risks and make their own investment decisions, or seek appropriate advice from a financial advisor authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. It is not intended to be a promotion of any individual investment opportunity. It is important that you read the Risk Warnings before considering any investment. The Risk Warnings can be found here