Open your IWeb account for only £50

Until 10th August open an IWeb account for only a one off fee of £50 instead of the usual £100. After that you pay no annual charges or platform fees on your account.

You can open both an ISA and a Share Dealing Account for just the one £50 charge.

Stocks and Shares ISA

  • Invest up to your £20,000 ISA allowance in each tax year.
  • Pay no UK tax on any potential profit or dividends.
  • No annual percentage charges or inactivity fees.
Stocks and Shares ISA

Share Dealing Account

  • There's no limit on how much you can invest.
  • Choose from a wide range of investments: shares, funds, investment trusts and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).
  • Pay no annual percentage charges or inactivity fees.
Share Dealing Account

Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP)

  • Tax-friendly and flexible way to invest for your retirement.
  • Receive 20% basic rate tax relief automatically and (depending on your tax band) claim a further 20-25% via your tax return.
  • Quarterly account charge of £22.50 for SIPPs valued up to £50,000 (£45 for all others).
SIPP

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Investments are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme across the following brands which we administer.
 

Please remember that the value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested. 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. There will normally be a charge for that advice. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may change in the future.

Simple, low-cost online share dealing

  • No annual fees for our Stocks and Shares ISA or Share Dealing Account.
  • £5 dealing commission per UK trade.
  • No commission on any international trade (FX rate of 1.5% still applies).
  • One-off £50 account opening charge, until the 10th August (usually £100) this covers both an ISA and Share Dealing Account.
  • Part of Lloyds Banking Group.

Charges


Simple charges for Stocks and Shares ISAs, Share Dealing Accounts and SIPPs.
 

Charges explained

Compare what an average IWeb customer would pay

Save up to £800 in potential platform charges with IWeb over the next five years
 

Bar graph showing savings in charges over the next five years with IWeb against other competitors

This chart is based upon a 5-year projection of an average IWeb customer. Between 27th May 2021 and 26th May 2022, they placed 8 UK trades per year, 1 fund trade, and 1 international trade valued at £3,200 and held £18,000 in funds and £32,000 in equities as of 18th April 2022.

Data has been taken from competitor websites and is correct as at 26/06/2022. These could potentially change in the future.

The above graph represents what a customer would pay for each platform over 5 years.  It excludes fund manager costs which may vary depending on the share class available on each platform. IWeb will always use the cheapest share class that the Fund Manager has made available to us.

Please note, in addition to our charges you may have to pay government taxes or levies. Fund managers will also apply their own charges for funds, and you can find these in the fund’s Key Investor Information Document.

Need a helping hand?

For some the stock market's a scary place, for others it's like a second home.  Whichever camp you fall into, we can help point you in the right direction.
 

Help and Guidance


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- the easiest way to manage your share dealing account is online but we're still here if you want to chat with us.

Shares Centre

Use our free market research centre to:

  • Check the latest share price and when dividends are paid.
  • Search, filter and compare thousands of investments.
  • Catch-up with the latest stock market news.
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Funds Centre

Finding a fund has never been easier:

  • Search and filter thousands of funds.
  • Compare up to 3 funds with interactive charts.
  • See each fund's five crown FE fundinfo Rating.
Visit our Funds Centre