Selftrade fund supermarket review

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Selftrade fund supermarket review

By Michael Trudeau

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In our review, we analyse the charges levied by Selftrade fund supermarket, suggesting which areas provide good value for money and which appear expensive.

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In June 2014, Selftrade announced that Equiniti would acquire its business, with assets expected to be transferred towards the end of 2014.

The acquisition followed a rough period for Selftrade, when it first stopped accepting new customers and then sent lengthy - and some argued intrusive - questionnaires to its existing customers about their financial history, threatening to suspend their accounts unless they complied.

Equiniti has kept the Selftrade brand going and it's now accepting business from new customers.

Selftrade fund supermarket review

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