Buying Shares

No automatic matching occurs on NewCo. You will be contacted if any match takes place. If you enter a price that causes a match straight away, you will still be contacted first.

* Note that to sell any Company's shares you must be a current shareholder.

Please follow the steps below to buy shares.

  1. Go to the BUYERS link at the top of this page.
  2. Fill out the form on the page with your personal details
  3. Choose which company you are interested in (Note: at present there is only one company which is Ultima NewCo)
  4. Confirm you are BUYING shares, this is necessary as it acts as a reminder you are buying and not selling shares by mistake.
  5. Fill out the number of shares you are intending to buy.
  6. Fill out your intended share price.
  7. When you are satisfied you have completed the form correctly, click on SEND.
  8. We will contact you in due course about your requirements and any possible matched bids by email.
  9. Once a buyer and seller have both responded where a match has been made, subject to satisfactory delivery of stock and satisfactory settlement of money owed we will confim details by email.
  10. The seller will be sent a share transfer form to sign and date, and the buyer will be given details of the payment to be made.
  11. Once the payment is made and the transfer form returned, the shares will be transferred










About Ultima NewCo Ltd

What we do, who we are, how we choose the businesses on the site, how we're funded and more.


Information on businesses wanting to list on Ultima NewCo

Everything you need to know as a business interested in being featured on Ultima NewCo can be found here. Scroll through the menu on the left to find out about the services Ultima NewCo has to offer and see if your business could be eligible to join.

Investing in Ultima NewCo Ltd

Your capital is at risk when you invest, so never risk more than you can afford to lose. The price and value of some investments on Ultima Newco fluctuates and you may get back less than the amount you invested. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. If you are in any doubt you should consult a financial adviser..

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