Our share dealing service does not provide advice so if you are in any doubt about buying and selling shares, or making your own investment decisions, we recommend you seek advice from a suitably qualified Financial Adviser. Please remember the value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you originally invested.
Our Share Dealing Account could be ideal if you want to deal day-to-day, without the hassle of paperwork. We take care of all the admin, giving you more time to research the investments that interest you.
We hold your shares electronically so you can be sure your valuable investments are secure. Sale proceeds are paid to your Lloyds Bank Direct Investments cash account so you can reinvest or transfer funds to your bank account when you want.
Share dealing expertise
We can’t give advice on specific trades, but our investment tools will help you research the investments that interest you. See for yourself how easy it is to deal online.
Whether you want to make a substantial investment or just invest a little, it’s easy to add money to your Share Dealing Account.
Transfer your existing share certificates into your Share Dealing Account, sell shares easily and buy new stock up to the value of any cleared funds. You can also transfer shares you hold with other brokers.
Once you’ve opened a Share Dealing account, you will also need to download, print and complete the relevant forms and we’ll arrange everything for you.
Please ensure that you read any notes which may accompany the forms, then sign it and return it to the address provided on them.
Transfer existing share certificates
We’ll normally collect fees from any cash held in your account, but we’ll also ask you to set up a Direct Debit. If there's not enough money in your Lloyds Bank Share Dealing account, we can transfer money from your nominated bank account and collect any fees.
Frequent trader rates
If you deal more than 12 times in any quarter across our Share Dealing or ISA accounts, we'll reduce our commission on any further deals in that quarter.
Opening an account online is quick and easy.
Please read the following documents:
A Corporate Action refers to any alteration to a Company's share capital or a distribution of benefits. A Corporate Action might come about as a result of a takeover or merger, capital re-organisation, dividend or rights issue.
A pool of money, usually from many investors, which makes investments based on a particular set of rules and aims. For example, one fund might aim to grow fast by investing in small, high-risk companies while another might simply aim to track the performance of the FTSE 100 Index.
Shares represent ownership of a portion of a company. Normally shareholders are entitled to receive a company's accounts, attend its general meetings and vote on proposals.
Open an account and start trading within minutes. Subject to standard checks.
Call us if you need help.
0845 60 60 560
Lines are open Mon–Fri, 8am–9:15pm, 9am-1pm Sat. If you need to call us from abroad, or prefer not to use the 0845 number, you can call us on +44 (0) 113 279 7518.
Calls are recorded and charges may apply.
The Lloyds Bank Direct Investments Service is operated by Halifax Share Dealing Limited. Registered Office: Trinity Road, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX1 2RG. Registered in England and Wales no. 3195646. Halifax Share Dealing Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, 25 The North Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5HS under registration number 183332. A Member of the London Stock Exchange and an HM Revenue & Customs Approved ISA Manager.