If you hold shares in Morrisons, this section will help you manage your investment and keep up to date with the latest information on your shareholding.
The Company’s Registrar
Equiniti Limited are the Registrar to Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC. Equiniti have been registrar since December 2018.
If you have any questions about your Shareholdings please call Equiniti on 0333 207 6513 or from overseas on +44 (0) 121 415 0992. Lines are open 8.30am to 5.30pm UK time, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays.
We have created a booklet to give you more information about your shares and the options available to you. Click here to access this booklet.
We've gone electronic - find out how to access your shareholder documents online quickly and easily.
The categories of ordinary shareholders and the range and size of shareholdings as at 3 February 2019 are set out here.
View the history of dividend payments for the last 7 years.
In line with many other companies, and in order to simplify the dividend process and provide cost savings to the Company, we will issue only one consolidated tax voucher in relation to all dividends paid in a tax year.
If you register for e-communications, Electronic Dividend Confirmations (e-DCs) contain the same information as paper Dividend Confirmations. Shareholders will receive an e-DC if they elect the 'e-mail' preference in Your Portfolio on the Shareview site.
Electronic Dividend Confirmations allow shareholders to view their Dividend Confirmation details online via Your Portfolio, on Shareview, and to print from screen. A print out of the e-DC on Shareview will be accepted by HM Revenue & Customs in the same way as a paper Dividend Confirmation. If you opt for an e-DC, you will no longer receive a paper version of the Dividend Confirmation for those companies who offer the service. Instead, you will receive an email advising you to collect your e-DC from Your Portfolio on the Shareview site.
Share fraud warning
Read the latest share fraud warning leaflet from the ICSA Registrars Group and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).