Online investment and stockbroker services
AJ Bell was formed in Manchester in 1995 by Andy Bell and Nicholas Littlefair and provides online investment platforms and stockbroker services.
It has grown to become one of the UK's largest online investment platforms. It is privately owned with the two major shareholders being Bell and Invesco Perpetual. As of 6 August 2018, it has more than £42bn in AUM.
Among AJ Bell's product offering are SIPPs, a stocks and shares ISA, the Lifetime ISA, a dealing account and its recently-launched Passive Global Growth fund. It also provides investment advice for clients.
December 2018 or early 2019
Experts' experiences and lessons learned
Including 'Leading Adviser' categories
Stalwart Scottish Mortgage takes third place
April 2017 first LISAs available
Assessing the impact of the vote
Six funds in range
Investing in areas that will make up future indices
What was behind the market bouncing back?
'Aftershocks to be felt in Q2 sales'
According to AJ Bell Investcentre
Experts cautious on UK economy's health
AJ Bell and Embark latest to confirm IPO plans
Total AUA of £42bn
Available on Investcentre platform
Focus on EMs, Asia and technology
CPI drops to 3%
Asset allocations for the year ahead
The old saying "markets like to climb a wall of worry" proved spot on in 2017, writes Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell.
New structure effective March 2018
'Pension factor' boosts 2017 growth
Died suddenly aged 55
Well-loved by advisers