Hargreaves cuts minimum investment level as it targets lower net-worth clients

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Hargreaves Lansdown is reducing the minimum investment required to open an account from £500 to £100 in a bid to entice low-value clients.

In a revamp of its Vantage platform, the firm is also waiving a number of other fees, including probate charges, corporate action charges and the fee for transferring between accounts on the platform....

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