Share Dealing (small scale)

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Yes. Set up an account with an on-line dealing firm like IMIweb or Hargreaves Lansdown. OK, maybe you might regard this as a full scale dealing account but it's not difficult to arrange. Then you can just buy ad sell when you want. Had you considered this and rejected it?
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robgraham wrote:

Does it involve a quarterly fee? I did look at Lloyds TSB share dealing service, but it involved having the shareholdings in a nominee account, and there was a quarterly fee charged regardless of if there were any transactions. All I want is a "deal only" service where I get the shareholdings registered in my name.
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Well, I use IMIweb and there's is just a 10 dealing fee. But it's a nominee account so you don't get any share certificates. Is that a problem?
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robgraham wrote:

In theory, no, but isn't it true that some benefits, such as shareholder discounts, are not easily available to nominee shareholders?
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Do you mean something like https://www.share.com/virginmoney/whatsit.htm More information in the 'Find out more' link towards the top of that page
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