What are the risks and what could I get in return?
The risk indicator assumes you will keep the product for 5 years. The summary risk indicator is a guide to the level of risk of this product compared to other products. It shows how likely it is that the product will lose money because of movements in the market or because the company is unable to pay you. This product is classified as medium-low risk. This rates the potential losses from future performance at a relatively low level, and poor market conditions are relatively unlikely to impact the share value. This Product does not include any protection from future market performance so you could lose some or all of your investment.
The Offer timetable is now confirmed as follows:
Please contact our dealing desk on 0203 700 2525 and we will investigate whether you are able to participate
- There is just one official listing but the shares trade and market prices are provided in USD and GBP as follows:
ISIN for Ordinary Shares GB00BJCWFX49
SEDOL in respect of Ordinary Shares traded in US Dollars:
BJCWFX4 & in respect of Ordinary Shares traded in Sterling: BHZ6410
Ticker symbol of the Ordinary Shares traded in US Dollars USF & in Sterling USFP
- The minimum application amount is either £1,000 or $1,000, thereafter investors can apply for any amount.
- Strong US policy support: US states have substantial control over energy policy, with several having recently accelerated state level clean energy targets. Federal level support has increased with the extension of the 26% Investment Tax Credit ( ITC 1 ) for a further two years.
- UK retail investors can apply in GBP or USD. If they apply in GBP (which we expect most will) the FX rate at 5.00 pm on Thursday 6 May will be used to convert the USD price of $1.00 per share into a GBP price per share. We will notify you of the FX rate and GBP price that evening. Intermediaries can accept orders in both currencies however we request that you complete and submit separate Order Forms per currency at the time of the Close.
Please note, applicants must be in UK
Intermediaries may only accept applications from individuals located only in the United Kingdom. The Prospectus will specify that Retail Investors must comply with all laws and regulations applicable to their agreement to purchase Shares.
Retail Investors that can apply for Shares in the Intermediaries Offer
"Retail Investors" comprise investors in the usual type of the Intermediary's client base, which may include individuals aged 18 years or over, companies and other bodies corporate, partnerships, trusts, associations and other unincorporated organisations.
Retail Investors may apply to purchase Shares in the Intermediaries Offer through an intermediary. Retail Investors may also make applications that are designated to be made on behalf of an individual aged under 18.
Applications can be made through Intermediaries from an Individual Savings Account ("ISA"), a Junior Individual Savings Account ("Junior ISA") or a Self-Invested Personal Pension ("SIPP"), in each case in the United Kingdom. Individuals aged between 16 and 18 resident in the United Kingdom may apply topurchase Shares in the Intermediaries Offer through an Intermediary only if those Shares are to be held in a Junior ISA.