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Shareholder FAQ's

Wilmington plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange. Potential investors should be able to acquire shares through their stockbroker. If you do not have a stockbroker, it is possible to buy shares from a reputable online share dealing service.

Wilmington is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

The symbol for Wilmington is WIL.

Historical share prices can be found under the share price page within the Investors section on this website.

You can check Wilmington’s share price by visiting the share price page within the Investors section on this website.

You need to speak to your financial advisor.

Wilmington pays dividends twice a year, usually in April and December.

This is a description that is quoted next to a share price. It translates as ‘without dividend’ and means that the next dividend payment is not included in the price of the share. This is necessary because the dividend is paid to all shareholders who were on the register at close of trading on a specified date. Any shareholder buying shares who is registered after this day will not receive the dividend. To compensate for this, the market price usually drops by the amount of the dividend payment and to the description ‘xd’ is added to share price quotations to confirm that this has happened. To avoid confusion around this time, prices are sometimes quoted ‘cum dividend’ (meaning ‘with dividend’) which means that the buyer will be entitled to the next dividend payment and the share price has not been adjusted.