AJ Bell to launch app-only investment platform

Single all-in annual charge of 0.15%

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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AJ Bell announces new investing app
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AJ Bell announces new investing app

AJ Bell is set to launch a new app-only investment platform called Dodl in the first half of 2022, with the aim to appeal in particular to new investors.

The platform will have an annual charge of 0.15%, with no commission for buying or selling investments and no tax wrapper charges. At launch, it will offer an ISA, Lifetime ISA, Pension and General Investment Account, as well as shares in UK-listed companies, with US companies being added soon after. In addition, there will be a range of ‘themed investments', which include funds focusing on areas such as technology, robotics, healthcare and responsible investing. AJ Bell advised platform inflows grow 36% to £3.8bn The fund range will also include AJ Bell's six multi-asset funds ...

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