The price for putting them in her name, as his beneficiary, will cost Mary Alan £80 [FILE PIC] (Image: STEEX/Getty Images)
The price for putting them in her name, as his beneficiary, will cost Mary Alan £80. “But it is worth it?” she asks, having found no trace of a dividend ever being paid among his papers.
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Crusader asked expert Richard Hunter, head of markets at Interactive Investor, for his view.
“The shares are worth about £377 at the moment,” he says. “Lloyds resumed paying dividends after the financial crisis so it may be worth Mrs Alan speaking to the Registrar Equiniti as to where they have gone to.”
Equiniti: 0371 384 2255, www.shareview.co.uk