How to become a FreeAgent shareholder
Last month, we launched our first ever equity crowdfunding campaign so our customers would have a chance to own a part of FreeAgent. We’ve had a few questions about the process, so if you’re considering investing in FreeAgent, here’s a quick overview of how it works.
How to buy FreeAgent shares
The only way to buy FreeAgent shares is through our FCA-authorised crowdfunding partner Seedrs. To see all of the information about FreeAgent, the market, campaign updates and to participate in our Q&A, you’ll need to visit our crowdfunding page and create a Seedrs account by clicking the “Proceed” button. Don’t worry - creating a Seedrs account and completing the investor’s questionnaire doesn’t commit you to any investment, it just allows you to get more information!
Once you’ve read through the information, if you decide to invest click the “Invest” button and enter your amount to start the process. Shares are priced at £10 each, so if you invested £1,000 and we reach our target, you’d own 100 FreeAgent shares! The minimum investment is just one share.
We’re on a mission to democratise accounting for millions of small businesses, and we’d love for you to be a part of that.
This page does not, and is not intended to, constitute an offer to acquire shares. All activities relating to the promotion and offer of shares will be carried out by Seedrs, and not by FreeAgent.
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