We recommend you download the Share Offer Document (click on the image on the left or at the bottom of the page) and read it carefully so that you are fully aware of the risks. Some of the background information and recent history has been superseded, so please read the Offer Document in conjunction with this website. Any individual aged 16 or over and any organisation may apply to become a member of CCIS, and may invest in CCIS by applying to buy shares. Payments made must be in GBP (GB Pounds). Individuals making payments that are not from a UK bank account may be asked for additional proof of identity
If you wish to be part of this journey by investing in CCIS, then you should complete and return the application form which can be found in the share offer document or from the image on the right (and at the bottom of the page). Applications for shares must be made on this form, which must be signed by the applicant and then posted or scanned and emailed to the address given.
Payment can be made either by attaching a cheque with the application form, or by arranging a transfer of payment using BACS. A BACS transfer should be made prior to the return of the application form, as this states that the transfer has already been made. Account details are given on the application form.
The Directors reserve the right to reject any applicant in whole or in part, in which case the application monies will be returned by cheque through the post at the applicant’s risk, or by BACS transfer. Acceptance of your application will be notified by issue of a Share Statement, which will be posted or emailed as soon as possible after the decision has been made.
Interest will start to accrue from the date the Share Certificate is issued, unless for some reason NCCC is unable to begin operations. As described in the section on Risk, your shares will then be bought back by CCIS at a value as close to the original value as possible. No interest will be paid in this case. The Share Offer Document and the Application form are also available here: