Sharebuilder Is Now Sharebuilder by Capital One


Updated on Tue Nov 13, 2012

Sharebuilder, which lets investors automate their stock purchases, has rebranded as Sharebuilder by Capital One.

Account numbers, usernames, etc. remain the same, according to an email sent to customers. “There are still no account minimums and we aren’t adding any additional fees. You still have access to free research, stock ratings and reports to help you make confident investment decisions,” the email said.

Sharebuilder was acquired by Captial One as part of that company’s purchase of ING Direct in February.

Additional information on the rebranding and account access can be found here.

The move comes less than a week after ING Direct said it was changing its name to Capital One 360.




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