Strawberry’s new investment platform provides clients with an online investment account where they can manage their savings and investments. Our calculations have shown that on average customers should save around 18% on our new platform.
Percentage Charge of Assets Held
New Charges (%)
Old Charges (%)
|£0,000 – £50,000||
|£50,001 – £1million||
The above charge will be levied on all assets held on the platform, including cash. Accounts are subject to a minimum charge of £2 per month.
As the Strawberry Invest Platform is an Execution Only service, there are no associated adviser fees.
Charges will be deducted monthly in arrears
*Accounts over £2 million will be classed as High Net Worth accounts and standard charging will not apply. Strawberry Invest will contact the account holder to agree a bespoke charging structure.
|Standard Electronic Fund Dealing||FREE||Per deal|
|Exchange Traded Instruments (ETF, Equities)||0.04% (subject to a minimum of £7.50)||Per deal|
Ad Hoc Charges
|Line of stock Transfer||£25.00|
|Product Transfer (ISA)||£25.00|
|Full Transfer away||£25.00|
Note: Tax on dividends for UK equities is deducted by the registrar before distribution at the basic rate of 10% and is not reclaimable within a Stocks & Shares ISA or SIPP. Interest on cash held within a Stocks & Shares ISA is subject to a flat charge of 20%. Tax notes and references are dependent upon individual circumstances and subject to change.
Some Typical Examples of Charges
If you invest £5,000 into one Account, in the first year you would pay:
Charge based on assets: £5,000 x 0.30% = £15.00
Minimum charge override: £24.00 (£2.00 per month)
If you invest £100,000 between two Accounts (eg, ISA and IA), in the first year you would pay:
Charge based on assets: £50,000 x 0.30%, plus £50,000 x 0.20% = £250.00
If you invest £1,500,000 between two Accounts (eg, ISA and IA), in the first year you would pay:
Charge based on assets: £50,000 x 0.30%, plus £950,000 x 0.20%, plus £500,000 x 0.00% = £2,050.00
The above examples assume that no trades in Exchange Traded Instruments, such as shares and ETFs, are made. You should refer to the Key Features Document for an illustration of what you might get back.