Can a Wimbledon Debenture be Co-Owned by More Than 1 Person?
By Ed C
Updated 20th January 2022
A Wimbledon Debenture can be co-owned by a syndicate of up to 4 individuals. We explain how co-ownership of Debentures works.
How are shared Wimbledon Debentures administered?
When you make an initial application in the Primary Debenture Issue, you will be able to specify up to 4 applicants.
If your application is successful, each co-owner will be registered as a co-owner with the Wimbledon Debenture Office.
Primary Debenture Holder
One of the co-owners will be nominated as the 'Primary Debenture Holder'. The Primary Debenture Holder will be the administrative point of contact. The Primary Debenture Holder does not have any additional rights or roles.
If you do not nominate a Primary Debenture Holder at the point of application, the the first name on the list of applicants will be selected by default.
Can a part-used or secondary Wimbledon Debenture be bought by a syndicate?
Yes. You can purchase a secondary Debenture (purchased in the secondary market and not through the primary issue), or part used Wimbledon Debenture, in a group of up to 4 individuals.
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