Does Hargreaves Lansdown charge a custody fee as of January 2024?
No, Hargreaves Lansdown does not charge a custody fee.
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Hargreaves Lansdown is a UK broker, regulated by the top-tier FCA. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100, a stock index of the biggest listed companies in the UK.
What is a custody fee?
A custody fee is typically a percentage-based fee that some brokers charge for the safekeeping of certain assets, such as stocks, bonds or ETFs. The fee is calculated based on the value of the positions you are holding.
To learn more about Hargreaves Lansdown's fees and charges, read our article about Hargreaves Lansdown's fee structure.
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