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Alliance Trust Savings fund supermarket review

By Michael Trudeau

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

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Alliance Trust Savings is owned by Alliance Trust, an investment trust.

Formed in 1986 to provide investors with a route to investing in the Trust, it has grown into a fund supermarket that also offers a full stockbroking service.

Alliance Trust fund supermarket review 

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  • administration
  • information on investment opportunities
  • online Account Functionality
  • online Tools and Guidance
  • value for money.

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