Can I transfer existing investments held in either a cash or Stocks and shares ISA with another provider into my ISA?
Yes you can, and we won’t charge you for transferring.
If you want to transfer in investments from another ISA, we can only accept them if they’re included in our current investment range. That includes companies listed on the London Stock Exchange, AIM and 24 international markets, as well as funds whose manager we’ve agreed terms with. Foreign investments need to be available as CDIs – issued when you buy or sell an international investment, allowing it to be traded and settled in GBP ¬– and there may be restrictions for some foreign markets. Find out more about dealing in international markets.
Sometimes the share class in our investment range might be different to the one you currently hold – we offer a conversion option to allow your transfer to go ahead.
To transfer an ISA to us, just log in and in the ‘My account’ menu, click ‘Transfers’. Before you transfer, though, make sure you read our key features and terms and conditions. You can also read more about transferring to us.
You can also transfer cash from a Stocks and shares, Cash or Help to Buy ISA you hold with another provider into a Lifetime ISA you hold with us. Find out more about transferring into a Lifetime ISA.
If you’d like to transfer investments from your Dealing account into an ISA, you can use our Bed and ISA service. In a Bed and ISA, an investment is sold in a Dealing account and bought in an ISA. As the two transactions are carried out together, only one dealing charge is applied. Find out more about our Bed & ISA service.
- Do you offer a Flexible ISA?
- How many ISAs can I have?
- If I transfer in a Stocks and shares ISA will it count towards my annual ISA allowance?
- Are there any conditions I have to meet to open a Stocks and shares ISA?
- Do you offer a cash ISA?
- Can I open an ISA with an initial lump sum and top up at a later date?