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Alliance Trust Savings vs Lloyds Bank Review

Steve Miley

Published by Steve Miley


Wednesday, March 13th, 2019

Is Lloyds Bank better than Alliance Trust Savings? After scoring UK share dealing accounts in six areas for our 2019 review, Alliance Trust Savings is better than Lloyds Bank. Alliance Trust Savings will likely appeal to longer-term investors in search of discounted fees; however, this comes at the expense of a particularly poor overall client experience.

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Overall

Trading Fees

Share Trading: 0-9 Deals/ Month
Share Trading: 10-19 Deals/ Month
Share Trading: 20+ Deals/ Month
Annual Custody Fee: £0 - £250,000*
Bonds - Government (Gilts) - Fee
ETFs - Fee
Investment Trusts - Fee
Telephone Dealing Fee*
Commissions & Fees
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Platforms & Tools

Desktop Platform (Windows)
Web Platform
iPhone App
Android App
Stock Alerts
Charting - Indicators / Studies
Charting - Drawing Tools
Charting - Notes
Charting - Display Corporate Events
Charting - Stock Overlays
Platform & Tools
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Research

Research - Shares
Research - CFDs
Research - Funds
Fund Research - Research Reports
Research - ETFs
Research - Bonds
Portfolio Allocation Breakdown
Research
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Investments

Share Trading
CFD Trading
Funds
ETFs
Bonds - Corporate
Bonds - Government (Gilts)
Investment Trusts
Spread Betting
Banking Services
Advisor Services
Offering of Investments
Winner

Education

Has Education - Share Trading
Has Education - Funds
Has Education - Retirement
Client Webinars
Client Webinars (Archived)
Education
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Overall

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After seven months and hundreds of hours of researching 12 different share dealing brokers, the UK.StockBrokers.com team collected thousands of data points. To focus on two brokers, we will now compare Alliance Trust Savings vs Lloyds Bank.

First, we will compare the fees charged for dealing in the UK. There are two primary fees: the cost to place each trade and the monthly, quarterly, or annual management fee charged which varies depending on the type and size of your portfolio. We researched both to provide a single star rating for cost. Both Alliance Trust Savings and Lloyds Bank share a rating of 4.00 stars.

Cost aside, we can now compare popular features and tools investors prefer. Access to the investments you want is important, and Lloyds Bank offers clients ISA and SIPP while Alliance Trust Savings offers ISA, ISA - Junior, SIPP and SIPP - Junior. Next, some traders desire robust charting, so the number of drawing tools and total technical indicators made available, as well as stock alerts, are considered. Both Alliance Trust Savings and Lloyds Bank provide clients with access to 1 total charting tools. Lloyds Bank offers its clients access to 43 different indicators (for example, volume) while Alliance Trust Savings has 10 available indicators, a difference of 33. Lloyds Bank makes basic stock alerts available to clients, while Alliance Trust Savings does not. Finally, for researching funds while share dealing, having access to mutual fund research reports is also helpful. Alliance Trust Savings makes fund research reports available to clients, while Lloyds Bank does not.

Overall, between Alliance Trust Savings and Lloyds Bank, Alliance Trust Savings is the winner.

Alliance Trust Savings Review
Lloyds Bank Review

All pricing data was obtained from a published web site as of 01/08/18 and is believed to be accurate, but is not guaranteed. The UK.StockBrokers.com staff is constantly working with its online broker representatives to obtain the latest pricing data. If you believe any data listed above is inaccurate, please contact us using the link at the bottom of this page.

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