How many shares are there in Sainsbury’s?

Can I buy shares in Sainsburys?

Buy, sell or transfer shares

To buy or sell your J Sainsbury plc ordinary shares, please visit your stockbroker or a high street bank who will usually be able to assist you. Alternatively, you may consider using: The Share Centre Ltd who offer a postal dealing service.

Who owns Sainsburys?

Is Sainsburys still owned by the Sainsbury family?

The equity interest in Sainsbury’s held by the family as of May 2011 is 15%. The family sold down their stake from 35% in 2005. … The largest shareholder is the Qatar Investment Authority, the investment vehicle of the Qatari royal family of the Gulf Kingdom, who as of May 2011 holds 25.999% of the company.

How do I cash in Sainsburys shares?

You can sell your shares easily online at, just click on Transact>All Transactions, then click on Sell. Once a sale is submitted, you will receive an acknowledgement email confirming the sale.

Who are the major shareholders of Sainsbury’s?

Major shareholders

Number of Ordinary Shares % of voting rights
Qatar Holdings LLC 335,446,132 14.999
VESA Equity Investment S.à.r.l. 223,031,367 9.99
BlackRock, Inc. 149,416,535 6.40
Schroders plc 116,161,658 5.22

Where is the largest Sainsbury’s store?

Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s opened the doors to its largest store today under plans to increase its footprint in the UK. The supermarket, in Crayford, near Dartford, Kent, is more than 100,000 square feet, and will dedicate more than half its space to food and drink products.

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Does Sainsburys have limited liability?

The liability of J-Sainsbury’s is limited. This means that the owners (shareholders) of the business are only responsible of the losses of the business, but only of the amount they have invested.