Share Centre will pay exit fees to win axed Towry clients

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The Share Centre is offering 'free' investment advice and a contribution toward any transfer charges to thousands of smaller clients offloaded by Towry.

Towry recently revealed it will offload around 6,000 small investors holding assets worth less than £5,000, including many customers of Edward Jones which it acquired last year, as part of a strategic...

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