Our Charges

Online Share Dealing Charges


Our Execution-Only Account charges are straight-forward, competitive and are the same rate whether you trade once a year or numerous times a year. The charges are intended to suit everyone’s investment aims.
 

DEALING COMMISSION (PER TRANSACTION)

Dealing Commission (Per Transaction)
Charge per trade executed online £7.95
Charge per trade by telephone £20.00

 

STAMP DUTY (SDRT)

Stamp Duty Reserve Tax on UK Equity purchases is payable at the prevailing rate at the time of dealing.
 

STAMP DUTY RESERVE TAX (SDRT) RATES

  • 0.5% SDRT on UK equity purchases online settled through CREST (where applicable)
  • 1% SDRT on IRISH equity purchases online settled through CREST (where applicable)
  • PTM levy is currently £1 on all equity transactions of £10,000 and over*

*(PTM) Panel of Takeovers and Mergers

 

PAYMENT CHARGES

Payment Charges
CHAPS (same day) money transfer £25.00
BACS (3 days) money transfer FREE
Debit Card payment to SVS** FREE
Charge for adding funds to your account by telephone £5.00
Late settlement/returned cheque £15.00

** Payment from Credit Card is not accepted

 

TRANSFER CHARGES

Transfer Charges
Share Certificate request (NCBO)*** £15.00 per share certificate
Transfer into SVS (NCBO)*** £0.00 per stock/certificate
Transfer out of SVS (NCBO)*** £15.00 per stock

***(NCBO) = No Change of Beneficial Owner

 

OTHER CHARGES

Other Charges
Probate Valuation £25.00 (flat fee)
Corporate Action Processing Charge £10.00
Inactivity charge No Charge
Maintenance charge No Charge

 

Advisory Stockbroking Charges


DEALING COMMISSION (PER TRANSACTION)

Dealing Commission (Per Transaction)
Minimum consideration flat fee £20.00 per trade*
Up to £10,000 consideration 1.5% per trade*
£10,000 consideration to any further amount 0.75%
Per trade Active trader (minimum of 3 trades per quarter) 0.75%
Per trade Compliance charge paid on Principal purchases £20.00 per trade

Risk Warning: All investments carry risks. The price of shares and other financial investments, and the income derived from them, may fall as well as rise and the amount realised may be less than the original capital invested. There is an extra risk of losing money when shares are bought in a period of high volatility. The extent and value of any ISA tax advantages or benefits may vary according to your individual circumstances.

The levels and bases of taxation may be subject to change. Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future performance and past performance is not a guarantee of future success. You should carefully consider your own financial circumstances before dealing in the stock market. You may not get back the full amount invested. If you are in any doubt about your investment decisions, we recommend you seek the advice of an independent financial advisor authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, who specialises in advising on the acquisition of shares and other securities.