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Alliance Trust Savings: Change of Ownership
Please note that, as of 28 June, Alliance Trust Savings (ATS) is owned by Interactive Investor Limited. If you have any questions about the sale of ATS and what it means for you, please visit ATS’ website*. If you’d like to stay up to date with the Trust’s performance or any news, please sign up below.
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*The brand names ‘Alliance Trust Savings’, ‘ATS’, ‘AT Savings’ and the ‘Alliance Trust Savings’ logo which may appear on ATS’ website are owned by and used with the permission of Alliance Trust PLC, being the previous owner of ATS.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I find out about Alliance Trust’s performance?

You can find out more on our performance in our latest factsheet.

How do I buy shares in Alliance Trust?

Details on how to buy shares in the Trust can be found on our How to Buy page.

How do I contact Alliance Trust?

You will find our email address, address and phone number on the Contact Us page.

Please note that calls made, and emails sent to the Company are managed by the Company Secretary, Juniper Partners Limited (

Where can I get advice on investing?

Alliance Trust is not authorised to give financial or investment advice. If you are considering buying Alliance Trust PLC shares, but are uncertain about how to do it, we recommend you speak to an independent financial adviser or stockbroker.

To find a financial adviser in your area, please visit: or To find a stockbroker in your area please visit:



Can IFAs recommend Alliance Trust shares to individual investors?

Yes. Alliance Trust PLC currently conducts its affairs so that its shares can be recommended by IFAs to ordinary retail investors in accordance with the FCA’s rules in relation to non-mainstream investment products, and intends to continue to do so for the foreseeable future. The shares are excluded from the FCA’s restrictions which apply to non-mainstream investment products, because they are shares in an Investment Trust.

What are the SEDOL and ISIN numbers for shares?

The SEDOL number is B11V7W9 and the ISIN number for shares is GB00B11V7W98.

I have changed my name or address, who should I contact?

Any change of address or name details for shares registered in your own name should be sent to the Registrars as soon as possible:

Computershare Investor Services PLC
Edinburgh House
4 North St Andrew Street

Why have I received a letter from ‘Georgeson’?

Alliance Trust has appointed Georgeson (a trading name of Computershare Investor Services PLC, the Registrars of Alliance Trust) to complete a tracing and engagement exercise with the aim of locating lost or unengaged shareholders in the Company. Should you receive a letter from Georgeson, you may contact them on 0800 408 0093 or email them at for further information.

Do you offer an ISA or regular savings plan?

No. We do not offer these ourselves. You can, however, buy and hold our shares in an ISA or other investment wrapper offered by a number of investment platforms.

How do I make a complaint?

If you have a complaint, please call us on 01382 938320 between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday. We will do our best to resolve your issue as soon as possible. Alternatively, you can email us at or write to us at

River Court
5 West Victoria Dock Road

Who is Alliance Trust’s Investment Manager?

Alliance Trust’s Board has designed a unique structure to achieve its investment goals. The Alliance Trust Board has appointed Towers Watson Investment Management Limited (TWIM) as its Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM). TWIM is part of Willis Towers Watson plc. On this website we refer to TWIM as ‘Willis Towers Watson’ or ‘WTW’.

Willis Towers Watson is responsible for setting the overall investment direction for the Trust and supervising the Trust’s ten best-in-class* equity managers. Most of these managers are not accessible to individual investors in the UK.

Craig Baker, Global Chief Investment Officer at Willis Towers Watson, chairs the Investment Committee that manages the Alliance Trust portfolio. The Investment Committee is responsible for the implementation of Alliance Trust’s investment proposition on behalf of WTW. 

* As rated by Willis Towers Watson.

Who are Alliance Trust’s equity managers?

Our Investment Manager, WTW, operates a multi-manager approach and has selected nine best-in-class* equity managers from around the world. Each is responsible for a part of the overall portfolio, investing only in their best ideas. Most of these managers are not otherwise accessible to individual investors in the UK.

Equity Managers

Bill Kanko
Black Creek Investment Management

Rajiv Jain
GQG Partners

Ben Whitmore
Jupiter Asset Management

Andrew Wellington
Lyrical Asset Management

George Fraise, Gordon Marchand and Rob Rohn
Sustainable Growth Advisers (SGA)

Andy Headley
Veritas Asset Management

C.T. Fitzpatrick
Vulcan Value Partners

Simon Denison-Smith and Jonathan Mills
Metropolis Capital Limited

Michael Sramek
Sands Capital Management, LLC

*As rated by Willis Towers Watson.

How do I find out more about Willis Towers Watson and the equity managers?

You will find more information on our Investment Manager, Willis Towers Watson, and the ten equity managers at the websites below:


Willis Towers Watson

Black Creek Investment Management

GQG Partners

Jupiter Asset Management

Lyrical Asset Management

Metropolis Capital Limited

Sands Capital Management

Sustainable Growth Advisers (SGA)

Veritas Asset Management

Vulcan Value Partners

Dalton Investments


When will quarterly dividends be paid?

Alliance Trust PLC pays its dividends quarterly on or about the end of December, March, June and September. 

How do I apply for a duplicate dividend tax voucher?

If you are a named shareholder, you can do this simply by contacting the Registrars.

If you own the shares through Alliance Trust Savings, please contact Client Services on 01382 573737 or email

The Annual General Meeting (AGM)
If I cannot attend the Alliance Trust AGM, can I appoint a proxy?

Yes you can. Full details will be given in the Notice of Annual General Meeting, which we send to shareholders ahead of the meeting. There is also a convenient online proxy voting service provided by our Registrars. Find more information on electronic shareholder communications.

Can I access my AGM documentation online?

Yes you can. To do this, you will need to access the Registrars' website. Please have your shareholder reference number to hand, which you can find on your share certificate and dividend tax voucher. Please click here for further information about our electronic shareholder communications services.

Do I have to pay to attend an Alliance Trust AGM?

Definitely not. We believe it’s really important that the private shareholder's voice is heard at the AGM. So there is no cost for attending if the shares are registered in your own name.
If you hold your Alliance Trust shares through a nominee and they arrange for you to attend our AGM as their proxy, we will not make a charge but the nominee may.

Alliance Trust Savings
Where can I find information about Alliance Trust Savings?

Alliance Trust Savings was acquired by Interactive Investor Limited on 28 June 2019 and is no longer part of the Alliance Trust group of companies.

For any questions relating to Alliance Trust Savings, please contact Interactive Investor Limited directly or visit their website here.

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