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How to open a Pilling & Co JISA

To open a JISA account with Pilling & Co, simply complete the relevant form. Please ensure that you complete all sections to enable us to process your application as swiftly as possible.

To open a JISA, please send the Application Form (ensuring you have selected either the execution only or managed option) with either a cheque payable to Pilling & Co Ltd. or share certificates with signed transfers (available here). If you wish us to contact you before dealing please indicate this with your application and our dealing department will be happy to call you and discuss your requirements.

Feel free to call us with any questions you may have on 0161 832 6581 between 8.00am and 5.15pm on any business day when there is always somebody here to help you.

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