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Cofunds Platform is owned by the British insurer, Legal & General and is the UK’s largest Platform.

  • Nil Initial Charge
  • 0.20% p.a. Agent Fee
  • 0.25% p.a. Platform Fee
  • Additional Fund Charges apply
  • No Additional Platform or Agent Fees

Invest online via the CoFunds Platform and keep all your investments securely in one place.

ISA and Non-ISA Funds

FundsNetwork Platform is owned by the American company, Fidelity which are the world's largest fund managers.

  • Nil Initial Charge
  • 0.20% p.a. Agent Fee
  • 0.25% p.a. Platform Fee
  • Additional Fund Charges apply
  • No Additional Platform or Agent Fees

Invest online via the FundsNetwork Platform and keep all your investments securely in one place.

ISA and Non-ISA Funds

For investments direct with the Fund Managers with no Platform involvement.

  • Nil Initial Charge
  • No Platform Fee
  • No Agent Fee
  • Fund Annual Management charges apply

Apply direct with the Investment Company by post with no Platform or Adviser fee.

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