Shareholders are advised to be very wary of any unsolicited calls concerning their investment in Johnson Matthey following reports that some may have been contacted by fraudsters who use persuasive and high-pressure techniques to lure investors into scams

Shareholders are advised to be very wary of any unsolicited calls concerning their investment in Johnson Matthey following reports that some may have been contacted by fraudsters who use persuasive and high-pressure techniques to lure investors into scams

30 Aug 2013

We are aware that some of our shareholders have recently received unsolicited calls concerning their investment in Johnson Matthey. In some cases the caller claims to be representing Johnson Matthey. Johnson Matthey has not sanctioned any such calls.

Shareholders are advised to be very wary of any unsolicited investment advice, offers to buy shares or offers of free company reports.

Callers can be very persistent and extremely persuasive. We are aware that they attempt to persuade shareholders to provide email addresses or other personal information. Shareholders should not provide any such details.

Find Out More

For more information download a Share Fraud Warning leaflet (PDF) issued by the Financial Conduct Authority and the ICSA Registrars Group, or go to our Protecting your Shareholding page.