Advised clients keeping secret 'DIY investment' accounts - Boring Money

19% use DIY platforms

Sophie King
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The research, which surveyed more than 6,500 adults, found that 19% of advised clients hold an account with one of the top five DIY investing platforms.
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The research, which surveyed more than 6,500 adults, found that 19% of advised clients hold an account with one of the top five DIY investing platforms.

Advised clients are keeping their own secret ‘DIY investing’ accounts, research conducted by Boring Money has found.

The research, which surveyed 6,698 adults, found that one in five (19%) advised clients hold an account with one of the top six DIY investing platforms: AJ Bell, Hargreaves Lansdown, Fidelity, Inte...

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