Our Newsletters

This page contains a list of the contents of all past newsletters issued by ShareSoc. Our Newsletters contain a mixture of topical news items and longer, more in-depth, analyses and reports.

A sample of one of our past newsletters is present in this pdf file (this is the “Full” version of the newsletter as distributed via email to Full Members monthly – Associate Members receive a shorter “Summary” version): Newsletter Sample.  ShareSoc Full Members can obtain copies of all the newsletters summarised on this page, by clicking on each Newsletter and a downloadable copy of the complete newsletter can then be found on the right hand side.

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ShareSoc Informer – Issue 120

In this issue: ShareSoc sets its course for coming years, AGMs: all you need to know but were afraid to ask, How to navigate the ESG maze, Fossil-fuel impact: does it blight passive funds?, Ex Woodford trust seeks to change investment policy, Commission-based distribution models can cost private investors dear, FRC: AGMs and shareholder engagement, In brief, ShareSoc response to FRC Endorsement Board on IFRS 17 insurance contracts, A New Consumer Duty: ShareSoc response to FCA consultation, Woodford campaign update, Former Redcentric ...

ShareSoc Informer – Issue 119

In this issue: The power of the individual in today's globally interconnected world, No place like home for income seekers?, Rising prices: investment companies to the rescue, Should developers carry the can for cladding catastrophe?, Portfolio review, Pod point IPO: a sign of things to come?, BHP unification, Lights out for Bulb, Globo's imaginary world under scrutiny, Strategic Equity Capital: discount management, Northern Venture Trust: excessive fees, Baronsmead VCT: more governance concerns, Alliance Trust: dividend reset, Interactive investor acquired, In brief, Sirius ...

ShareSoc Informer – Issue 118

In this issue: Board Developments, Editorial - The True Cost of the Woodford Debacle, Divestment is the nuclear option for ethical fund managers, Why fund managers shouldn't fake conviction, Mild, medium or spicy, sir?, What's the best way to teach children how money works?, Grant Thornton fined trivial amount over Patisserie Valerie audits, Executive pay: US survey results, Redcentric shareholders to get their day in court, Voting information service, Diageo, BHP, City of London Trust: has it lost its way?, Standard Life ...

ShareSoc Informer – Issue 117

In this issue: Editorial: A more effective regulator in the pipeline?, Inflation is the biggest risk, but not the only one, Four dividend stalwarts to enhance your portfolio, The art of selling, Palantir: the next Tesla, or financial black hole?, HSBC Holdings, Reckitt Benckiser, Tesco, IPOs on a roll, Activists set their sights on underperforming AIM boards, Bacanora offer by Ganfeng, The power of investment trust boards, Investment trust discount reduction: the SEC example, Scottish Investment Trust reviews management arrangements, FCA proposes ...

ShareSoc Informer – Issue 116

In this issue: Editorial, Bigger Is the Enemy of Better Investing, Improve Access for Retail Shareholders, Shareholder Rights Campaign Featured in This is Money, SUPERMAN and ShareSoc, More ShareSoc press coverage in Mail newspapers, DDDD – 4D Pharma placing, Campaigns, Woodford Webinar questions answered, SIGnet, Regulation, FCA, UK Listing Review – What's It All About?, FRC: Draft Plan, Strategy and Budget 2021/ 2022., Restoring Lost Trust, FRC consultation Audit Quality issues, Patisserie Valerie: The SFO Needs You!, New Pre-Pack Rules, Platform Transfers: ...