How to earn interest on your shares?

This video is all about the new share lending feature available for the first time to retail investors from Trading 212. We’ll cover what it is, how it works, the risks, and even take you through the screens to show you how to get started.

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0:00 – Intro
1:00 – What is share lending?
2:15 – How does it work?
5:00 – Can you exercise voting rights whilst shares are lent out?
5:10 – Who usually borrows shares and why?
6:20 – Do you still own the lent-out shares?
6:38 – What are the risks?
7:34 – Where can you learn more about share lending?
7:50 – How to set it up?

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