DIY platforms

An investment platform, sometimes called a fund supermarket or an online brokerage, allows investors to buy and hold a range of investments in one place online.

They are designed for people who are making their own investment decisions — sometimes referred to as execution-only — but often provide recommended fund lists and baskets of funds. Thanks to robust regulation you can safely hold all your investable assets on investment platforms.

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Frequently asked questions

What do the terms Do It Yourself, Do it With Me and Do it For Me mean?

An investment platform is an online service that enables investors to manage and execute their investments in a user-friendly and convenient way.
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How to understand investment platform costs

The charges levied by different platforms can vary greatly, and our calculator helps unravel these costs.
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What’s the difference between a DIY, D2C and B2C platform?

The difference between Do It Yourself, Direct to Consumer and Business to Consumer is relatively minimal.
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