Get up to £500 cashback with an InvestEngine ISA

We’re offering up to £500 cashback to new customers who open an InvestEngine ISA and/or transfer existing ISAs to InvestEngine before the end of the tax year on 5th April.

Invest your £20,000 tax-free allowance in an InvestEngine ISA and we’ll give you £150! Open a new ISA and/or transfer ISAs worth £100,000+ and we’ll give you £500!

Your cashback reward depends on the total you invest and/or transfer to an InvestEngine ISA, as follows:

Our ISA has NO account fee and offers commission-free DIY investing as well as a choice of low-cost Managed portfolios.

InvestEngine Stocks & Shares ISA — key features

  • Commission-free DIY investing in a choice of 400 ETFs from iShares, Vanguard and other leading brands (ETF costs apply)
  • NO ISA account fee
  • NO platform fee or other charges for DIY investors
  • NO set-up, withdrawal or transfer fees
  • Managed portfolio service available for just 0.25% a year (ETF costs apply)
  • Choice of Managed portfolios for Growth or Income (yielding up to 3.3% estimated & variable)

InvestEngine managing director Andrey Dobynin says: “With Britons increasingly looking for better value from their investing, we hope this combination of cashback and our ‘no fees’ ISA will prove attractive in the run-up to the end of the tax year.”

“Unlike other offers, it’s not just limited to ISA transfers. And as well as offering higher cashback rewards to those investing or transferring more substantial sums, people who want to try us with just £1,000 will still get £25.”

Cashback will be paid out to investors’ bank accounts from April 2022, after the end of the tax year and following ISA transfers completing. Cashback recipients must keep their ISA with InvestEngine for 12 months. Full ISA Cashback Ts&Cs are here.

Important information

Capital at risk. The value of your portfolio with InvestEngine can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invest.

This communication is provided for general information only and should not be construed as advice. If in doubt you may wish to consult a professional adviser for guidance.