How can I deal in complex financial instruments?
Before you can invest in complex financial instruments, you'll need to complete an online test (known as an appropriateness assessment). That's because dealing in – and holding – complex financial instruments involves a high degree of risk, and we're required by the regulator to make sure you have the necessary experience and knowledge.
When you've completed the test, we'll let you know the outcome online. You won't be able to deal in complex financial instruments until you've completed the test and we've confirmed the outcome.
You’re not able to invest in complex financial instruments in your Junior ISA or Junior SIPP.
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- Are there any special requirements before I can deal in international markets?
- How can I pay money into my account?
- Will I always get a quote when I try to place a deal?
- How can I buy or sell investments in my account?