InvestEngine is now a Which? Recommend Provider

by Charlie Sammonds

We’re delighted to share the news that InvestEngine has been recognised by Which? as a recommended investment provider. 

It’s a milestone for the company to be recognised by one of the most trusted voices in the UK. It’s also a recognition that our platform makes investing a breeze. Simply-powerful automation is backed by unbeatable value, and we’re proud to be one of the few investment platforms recommended by Which?.

Find out why InvestEngine has over 3,000 5 star reviews across TrustPilot, Smart Money People & the App Stores. Build your own portfolio in minutes. 

Why we’re Which? recommended

Since the company’s inception, our team has been committed to building the most effective, accessible, easy-to-use ETF investment platform on the market. 

Our investors love the platform, which is why we have an average rating of 4.81 stars on Smart Money People from nearly 3000 reviews. As for why Which? have recommended us, there are just a few reasons InvestEngine has made the cut: 

Unbeatable value. Buy and sell ETFs commission-free, with zero ISA fees. According to Which?, “you won’t find a cheaper option.”

Powerful automation. Our easy-to-use tools make regular investing simple and effective. Our “simple interface and restricted options are well-suited to beginners”. 

Built for the long-term. We know that investing isn’t about timing the market or striking gold. We promote a long-term, smart approach to saving. 

Expert portfolio management. Our managed accounts cost just 0.25% per year, making us “far cheaper than robo-advisor equivalents such as Moneyfarm and Nutmeg.”

If you don’t have an InvestEngine account, now’s the time to try it for yourself and find out why our customers – along with Which? – recommend us so highly. 

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. ETF costs also apply.

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.

Tax treatment depends on personal circumstances and is subject to change, and past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns. 

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