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Berkeley Morgan sets up online share dealing service

Insurance and financial services group Berkeley Morgan, which includes an IFA division, has launched an online share dealing service.

It has linked up with DLJ Direct to offer over 60,000 clients the new service through its website and claims to have among the lowest dealing charges in the UK.

A range of options are available online including UK dealing, US dealing, Isas, Peps, Sipps, trust accounts and corporation accounts.

Berkeley Morgan chairman Jon Pardoe says: “Our customers will be provided with the tools, information and ultimately the confidence they need to become successful investors at what we believe to be one of the lowest dealing charges in the UK. Transactions of over £1,000 see customers being charged at a flat fee of £19.95.”

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