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Comdirect launches SIPP dealing account

Comdirect is adding a Self Invested Personal Pension dealing account to its online and telephone offering.

The account will enable customers to invest in UK and international equities, unit and investment trusts, exchange traded funds and gilts. The service does not charge an account fee, and all transactions pay a flat fee of £12.50.

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