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.
Few companies offering 'margin of safety'
'Firms determine how to communicate with consumers'
Around £183m in assets
M&A activity and senior appointments
What are the pros and cons of boutique firms?
Our video series continues
Reaction to FCA Investment Platforms Market Study
Previously at Investec and Santander
Increase in payouts due to currency slump
Following acquisition of passives specialist Indexx Markets
Increase asset management presence
Exclusive talks with parent L&G
Neil Woodford has made a new investment in AJ Bell via a fundraising round which ensures the Invesco Perpetual-backed platform will remain a private company.
Revealing platforms' profitability (and why it matters)
Last night the prestigious Aberdeen UK Platform Awards were held in London. Here are all the winners and the judges' comments on why they scooped the prizes.
Gareth James, technical marketing manager, AJ Bell, asks how the FATCA will affect UK investors.
Billy Mackay has landed at Sipp provider AJ Bell in his new post as marketing director. Mackay was...