On 15 October 2013, Royal Mail floated on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). We are now a listed company, majority-owned by investors, including employees, institutions and members of the public.
On 23 December 2013, Royal Mail joined the index of the 100 largest companies on the LSE, known as the FTSE 100.
For more information on the Free Shares Offer and Employee Priority Offer, click the links below.
Alternatively, to log in to your Employee Shares Account, please visit www.royalmailemployeeshares.co.uk
Free Shares Offer (FSO)
More than 99% of eligible employees decided to take part in the first allocation of Free Shares (SIP 2013) in October 2013.
The SIP 2014 allocation of Free Shares will take place as soon as possible in the new tax year, which starts 6 April 2014.
For more information about the Free Shares Offer, please click here.
Employee Priority Offer (EPO)
Employees who applied to buy shares under the EPO received the full amount of shares they applied for, up to the priority limit (£10,000).
For more information on the Employee Priority Offer, please click here.
If you have any questions about the Free Shares Offer or the Employee Priority Offer you can chat live to a share scheme expert online. Experts will be on hand to answer any queries from 8.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday (not including bank holidays).
To access Live Chat you will need your myroyalmail.com username and password. If you have not yet registered for myroyalmail.com, doing so is quick and easy. You will need your Payroll number and an email address. You can find your Payroll number on your payslip.
Click here to register for myroyalmail.com
Or click here to sign-in to your myroyalmail.com account.
Please see your ‘Guide to the Royal Mail Employee Share Offers’ for full details about the Free Shares Offer and Employee Priority Offer.
We have written to all eligible employees (full-time and part-time) to tell them the number of Free Shares they have received as their SIP 2013 allocation, and the initial market value of these Free Shares.