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Our Fees

  • Our Fees

    Benefit from market leading fees, so your investments go further.

At Selftrade, you will benefit from one of the most competitive rates in the market.

We are the #1 platform for pricing on larger portfolios.*

 

Low investment fees at Selftrade

“Keep costs down. This is really important as charges eat away at your returns. That’s one of the reasons I use Selftrade to hold my money – because of its charging structure.” Selftrade ISA customer

Fees matter, as, like interest rates, costs compound over time. If you pay less year on year, you’ll have more to invest which can go a long way to helping you meet your long-term investment goals.

It is why we have set out to keep costs low and offer the ability to offset your fees. Selftrade customers pay a Custody Fee, but if you trade shares twice in a quarter, you will offset this cost.

What else you pay depends upon what type of investments you hold and the type of trades you make.

Here’s why our pricing is so competitive

Access one of the most competitive standard online Dealing Commission rates for share trades.

Flat quarterly Custody Fee, so your fee won't increase, no matter how high your investments grow.

Anything you pay in online Dealing Commissions and Funds Platform Fees will be deducted from your Custody Fee.

Our fees

  • Custody Fees

  • Dealing Commission

  • International Share Trades

  • Government Duties and Levies

  • Funds Platform Fees

  • Child Trust Fund (CTF) Fees

  • SIPP Fees

  • General Administration and Postage Fees

  • Transfer Out Fees

  • Banking Charges

  • Probate Valuation

  • Interest Payable on Cash

What are you likely to pay?

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