With an IWeb Share Dealing Account, you pay a one-off account opening charge of £200 (including VAT) and then you can take advantage of a low standard dealing commission rate of just £5 per trade on UK and international stocks (foreign currency conversions include a 1.5% charge).
You'll pay a one-off £200 account opening charge for the first account you open - if you open additional accounts then these will be free to open. Please familiarise yourself with any additional charges.
• Just £5 dealing commission per trade on UK and international* trades
• No annual/quarterly administration charges
• No inactivity charges
• Access to 7 world markets
• The best price available - gathered from a variety of market counterparties
• Access to our Market Information Service
*Foreign currency conversions are required to facilitate the settlement of international transactions. We adjust the exchange rate by 1.5% and keep the difference as our fee when buying and selling international securities. The available exchange rate is based on the exchange rate provided by Digital Look. Indicative exchange rates are provided prior to trading, and the rate applicable to the individual trade is confirmed on the contract note once the trade has been completed.
With one low dealing commission rate of £5 from day one, you may want to switch to us from your current provider. It's easy to do - just read how to transfer your account to IWeb to get started.
If you’re thinking of applying for an IWeb Share Dealing Account, please make sure you’ve read, and taken the necessary steps to understand the risks and familiarised yourself with our charges. Please also ensure you have read our:
Apply online now and you could be trading within minutes - please note further documentation may be required to complete your application.
The £200 account opening charge will be taken 1 working day after opening your account. If your account balance is £0 this will appear as a negative balance.
We don't provide advice so if you are in any doubt about making your own investment decisions we recommend you seek advice from a suitably qualified financial adviser.