Fund supermarket pioneer
Bristol-based investment management firm Hargreaves Lansdown was established in 1981 by chartered accountants Peter Hargreaves and Stephen Lansdown. The company owns one of Britain's biggest so-called fund supermarkets, a low-cost platform that allows investors to buy a wide range of funds from investment houses.
Hargreaves Lansdown's in-house investment platform Vantage enables investors to hold different types of investments in one place with one valuation and dealing service. Available products under the Vantage brand include ISAs, SIPPs, and a fund and share dealing account.
The company operates four multi-manager unit trusts. It also provides financial advisory, stockbroking and annuity broking services to private investors and advice to companies on group pension schemes.
Can't transfer between share classes
Customers can switch from Hargreaves Lansdown
GDP nudges up 0.3% in May
Data from Procensus poll
Could damage active management industry
To protect the interests of clients and shareholders
Equity fund outflows reduced
Woodford Equity Income fallen in value by 5%
Caught in crossfire following Equity Income fund suspension
Chris Hill's letter to Treasury
Two breaches of 10% limit last year
Until Woodford suspension ends
Had 8.23% weighting
Follows suspension of Equity Income
Stephen Yiu lead on the fund
'Best interests of all investors'
US-China trade war
Long live robo-advice
Launched in April
Total AUA nears £98bn
Crispin Odey, Terry Smith, Andy Bell fare well