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Hargreaves Lansdown fund supermarket review

By Michael Trudeau

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

Hargreaves Lansdown fund supermarket overview

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Hargreaves Lansdown is the biggest fund supermarket in the UK, with more than 783,000 customers and looking after almost £59bn worth of their money.

Founded in 1981, it has grown to become a FTSE 100 company, making it one of the largest listed firms in the UK.

Hargreaves Lansdown fund supermarket review

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