Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves Lansdown is the UK’s number 1 ‘investment supermarket’ for private investors. For more than 30 years, we have helped investors save time, tax and money on their investments. Today we are trusted with more than £55.3 billion by 707,000 clients. We are a secure, FTSE 100 company based in Bristol where we now employ over 900 people and continue to maintain a 100% UK presence. Our Vantage Service allows you to bring all your ISAs, pensions, SIPPs, funds and shares into one easy to manage place and puts you in control. You can manage your investments online, on our mobile app, by phone or post and because you deal with us directly, you save money.
Type
Public
HQ
Bristol, GB
Founded
1981
Size (employees)
970 (est)
Website
hl.co.uk
Hargreaves Lansdown was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Bristol, GB

Hargreaves Lansdown Office Locations

Hargreaves Lansdown has an office in Bristol
Bristol, GB (HQ)
Anchor Rd

Hargreaves Lansdown Data and Metrics

Hargreaves Lansdown Financial Metrics

Hargreaves Lansdown's revenue was reported to be £395.1 m in FY, 2015 which is a 10% increase from the previous period.
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2015)

395.1 m

Revenue growth (FY, 2014 - FY, 2015), %

10%

Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

6.3 b

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)

13.5
Hargreaves Lansdown's current market capitalization is £6.3 b.
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

292.4 m358.4 m395.1 m

Revenue growth, %

23%10%

Hargreaves Lansdown Market Value History

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Hargreaves Lansdown Online and Social Media Presence

Hargreaves Lansdown News and Updates

Lloyds is out of taxpayers' hands: Here's what four City analysts think

Nine years after it first bailed out the lender, Lloyds finally passed out of public ownership today, after the government sold its final stake.  Although taxpayers seem relieved, it provoked some ire, with one group of disgruntled former HBOS shareholders accusing the government of "gloating" ab…

Corbyn wants a type of financial tax that could hurt pensioners — not just the bankers

LONDON — Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn wants to introduce a "Robin Hood Tax" should his party come into power — but the plan is already facing a backlash. The tax is meant to re-distribute wealth from rich bankers and investors to those in need. But a whole range of financiers…

Shares in cyber security firms are rising after the huge ransomware attack

Shares in Sophos and other cyber security firms have been lifted by the global cyber attack which hit businesses and government over the weekend. The Wannacry ransomware has affected thousands around the world, bringing cyber threats into focus. Shares in Sophos were up more than seven per cen…

Taxpayer out, Woodford in: Taxpayers set to shed Lloyds stake this week

The government is due to sell-off the last of its stake in Lloyds Banking Group this week, nine years after its bail-out. Chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio revealed at the bank’s AGM last week that he expects the UK taxpayer to make a profit of at least £500m on the bail-out. Read more: Gov…

McDonnell's £80,000 tax plan has pensions side effects, wonk warns

The implications of Labour’s plan to raise income tax for working earning over £80,000 would be met “with horror” by pensions firms, one expert has warned. Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the party would only rule out tax hikes for those earning under £80,000 this weekend. But Hargreaves…

As experts feared... youngsters ditch workplace pensions for Lifetime Isas

Almost 1.7m of Britain's youngsters will bin workplace pensions in favour of saving into a Lifetime Isa, latest research has indicated. The Lifetime Isa (Lisa) was launched in April and enables 18 to 40-year-olds to save up to £4,000 a year tax-free, with the government paying in a maximum of £1,…
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