As well as the London Stock Exchange you can trade shares on 6 other international markets.
These times may change. For example, the US market opening times will be affected by Daylight Savings Time.
You will pay £5 commission for every UK or international trade you place.
When trading international equities foreign currency conversions are required to facilitate the settlement of the transaction. We apply a charge of 1.5% either side of the available exchange rate 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 deal has been completed.
IWeb Share Dealing has obligations to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) with respect to customers that hold U.S. securities and receive U.S. source income. We are required to obtain documentation from these customers that allow us to comply with these obligations and, where the customer is eligible, we can provide a reduced rate of withholding tax to their U.S. income. Therefore, customers who intend to trade in U.S. securities or who are currently holding U.S. securities must provide a valid Form W-8 or Form W-9.• Download a W-8BEN form • Download instructions for the W8-BEN form
Foreign markets will involve different risks to UK markets. In some cases the risks will be greater.
This means that you might not receive the same treatment as other shareholders and you could suffer economic losses as a result.
The treatment of tax is therefore likely to affect the value of and any returns you might expect from foreign investments.
Please remember the value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount you invest.
We don't provide advice so if you are in any doubt about buying and selling shares or making your own investment decisions we recommend you seek advice from a suitably qualified Financial Advisor.