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Until the company has seen itself through the Coronavirus worldwide pandemic, we will not be trading any shares.
Edit: It had been expected that another official Trading Day would take place in May 2020. Then the Coronavirus pandemic happened.
Should the company survive the economic turmoil of the crisis, there may well be another Trading Day.
BUT THE ONLY WAY TO FIND OUT ABOUT IT IS BY CHECKING THE BREWDOG FORUM.
That’s where I get my information from 😉
Until then, here’s what happened last time 😉
BrewDog’s last share issue ran until April 2020, and the buying in price was £25.00
I believe this was good value for new investors, especially as depending on how many you bought, there were boosted benefits such as free rare beer, books, a bespoke beer fridge, or even staff discount for a year!
You can often buy privately for less because you will not get such perks, but you still get the bar and online discounts, Birthday beer, AGM invite, etc.
You also get the chance to buy more cheaply from other early investors because they have already made a big profit on their original purchase price even if they sell at the Asset Match 2019 prices.
If you are looking to invest for purely financial reasons, buying from early investors makes perfect sense.
We are here to facilitate those transactions, as trading in Private Equity is not straightforward, and it is all done with hard copy paper.
It’s not quite 21st Century with private share trading just yet 😉
BrewDog held a Trading Day on 31/1/19 using Asset Match and The Share Centre.
The settled price was £15.00 per share.
To give folk an idea of what that price really means, I have created this calculator.
You can enter a number of shares to buy or sell , and it will tell you what the actual price per share was that buyers paid and sellers received.
The UK prices below are for sole UK citizens (not dual nationals), living in the UK and with their shareholding registered at a UK address. The non-UK prices apply to everyone else.
You needed to buy 5 or more shares to make the purchase cheaper than from a BrewDog Share Issue.
It can be seen how for smaller trades, the actual prices are very different.
Buyers paid Stamp Duty Reserve Tax of 0.5% on all purchases, 3% Commisssion in fees (subject to a minimum of £20.00), and an additional £25.00 to realise the shares in their ComputerShare Account.
Leaving the shares with the Share Centre costs £1.80 per month.
Sellers also pay 3% Commisssion in fees (subject to a minimum of £20.00).
If you are not a UK citizen, or have dual nationality, or are living outside the UK and have your shares registered there, then you probably had to employ a third-party broker to be able to buy or sell.
The additional costs of fees I have used above are an example only, as different brokers charge different fees.
I have used a fee of 1.65% subject to a minimum £50, plus and additional £10 compliance charge. I have seen other charges as high as 3% with additional fixed fees of £250.00
These are over and above the Asset Match fees, so overseas Punks paid considerably more in fees than UK buyers and sellers.
These international brokers certainly know how to rack up the fees 😉