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Charles Stanley launches first ever January sale

Charles Stanley launches first ever January sale

Charles Stanley has introduced its first ever January sale, slashing its share dealing charges by 25% for the month.

The national wealth manager, which launched its consumer offering, Charles Stanley Direct, last year, will charge just £7.50 per share trade, down from its normal fee of £10.

The offer ends at the close of trading on 31 January and there is no minimum number of deals required to qualify for the reduced charge.

The group, which is led by chairman and managing director Sir David Howard (pictured), said: ‘A new year, a new start! For many a New Year’s resolution involves a fitness regime or giving up unhealthy food, but this year why not kick your investment portfolio into shape? It’s a perfect time to take stock and examine your investments – and, if necessary, rebalance your portfolio for the year ahead.

‘To help you do so we are pleased to announce our first ever January sale. For the whole of the month we are reducing our online share dealing rate by 25%, so each share deal will cost just £7.50.’

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