Help For Edward Jones Customers From The Share Centre
Published: 9 November 2010 By MoneyHighStreet Staff Leave a Comment
The Share Centre is offering it’s services to former Edward Jones customers to help them as Towry closes accounts with less than £100,000 in assets.
The news that The Share Centre is throwing a lifeline to Edward Jones customers will no doubt come as welcome news to many of the 6,000 former customers of the company.
The help is offered following the news that Towry (which acquired the company in 2009) is closing the accounts of any former Edward Jones clients with less than £100,000 in assets on December 10.
For all those Towry customers affected who open an account with The Share Centre they can get investment advice at no extra cost and up to £300 towards the cost of any transfer charges made by Towry.
The Share Centre hopes to provide all the reassurance needed for affected Towry clients that their investments are welcome somewhere.
Guy Knight, Director at The Share Centre, said: ‘It is vital that all investors can receive affordable, professional advice that sets them in the right direction and offers periodic reviews.
Both are critical to investors, no matter the size of their investable assets, and we aim to provide high quality advice and guidance as standard to all.
“We look forward to hearing from any Towry clients who want help in structuring their investments for the long term.”
For more information visit The Share Centre website or call 01296 41 41 41.
The Share Centre was established in 1990 to provide value-for-money share services for private investors.
Its range of services includes buying and selling shares (by Internet, telephone and post) and a comprehensive share administration and safe custody service. Tax-efficient investment ‘wrappers’ including ISAs, CTFs and SIPPs are also available.