Shareholders & IFA Information

Computershare Investor Services PLC are registrars for all companies. 

Computershare can be contacted by telephone or click the link "Registrars" button on the right to visit the Computershare investor centre website.

Computershare Investor Services PLC,

The Pavilions
Bridgwater Road
BS99 6ZZ

Albion Venture Capital Trust PLC: 0370 873 5849

Albion Development VCT PLC: 0370 873 5853

Albion Enterprise VCT PLC: 0370 873 5860

Albion Technology & General VCT PLC: 0370 873 5854

Kings Arms Yard VCT PLC: 0370 873 5858

Crown Place VCT PLC: 0370 873 5857

(Calls are charged at no more than your current providers national call rate and calls may be recorded. Lines are open Monday - Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm)

Independent Financial Advisor queries to:


Albion Capital Group LLP

1 Benjamin Street
020 7601 1850

Share buy-back policy

The Albion VCTs undertake, when possible, share buy-backs in the market. In order to sell shares, as they are listed on the London Stock Exchange, investors should approach a broker to undertake the sale. Banks may be able to assist shareholders with a referral to a broker within their banking group.


If you wish to purchase or sell shares in any of our VCTs, your own stockbroker should contact the market maker, Panmure Gordon (UK) Limited


Chris Lloyd - 020 7886 2716

Paul Nolan - 020 7886 2717

Please note: Panmure Gordon cannot take calls from the general public, they will only deal with your bank or broker.


Please be aware that shareholders are sometimes contacted in connection with increasingly sophisticated but fraudulent financial scams. Shareholders are contacted by a phone call or an email which normally originates from outside of the UK, often claiming or appearing to come from a corporate finance firm. The caller or emailer may sound professional and will typically offer to buy your VCT shares at an inflated price in connection with a possible take-over of that VCT and ask you to sign a non-disclosure agreement. Websites referred to in documents or emails appear, at first glance, to belong to credible corporate finance firms.

The claims made are false and are invariably an attempt to obtain more information from you with a view to extracting money. If you are contacted, we recommend that you do not respond with any personal information and say you are not interested. Your contact information has not been passed on by us.

We maintain a page on our website in relation to fraud advice:

If you are in doubt, we recommend that you seek financial advice before taking any action. You can also call Albion Capital on 020 7601 1850 if you wish to check whether any claims made are genuine.