Who has played ball with Hargreaves? The 27 key deals revealed here


Hargreaves Lansdown has revealed the exact details of its new clean pricing deals from leading fund groups including M&G, Newton and Schroders.

The D2C platform revealed back in January it had secured discounted clean share classes on 27 funds which form its new Wealth 150+ list, with an average AMC of 0.54%. Today it reveals the deals behind the headline numbers. The list includes funds from First State, M&G, Artemis, Newton and a host of other groups, offering investors some of the most popular funds in the UK at a discounted rate. Its wider Wealth 150 list, meanwhile, includes funds with an average AMC of 0.65%. For example, Angus Tulloch's First State Asia Pacific Leaders fund is available for 0.8%, versus the standard...

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