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Our accounts at a glance

All IWeb accounts benefit from:

  • £5 dealing commission per online trade.
  • Variety: Trade UK and international shares on the world’s biggest markets, over 2000 Funds plus a wide selection of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), Investment Trusts & more.
  • A one-off £100 fee for opening our Share Dealing Account or ISA.
  • No opening account charge for our SIPP.

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.

Stocks and Shares ISA

How it works

  • Pay £100 to open your account.
  • Invest tax-efficiently for £5 dealing commission per trade.
  • Invest up to £20,000 this tax year.

Tax laws may change and tax treatment depends on individual circumstances.

Account benefits

  • Receive a Share Dealing Account automatically at no extra cost.
  • No annual account charges, confusing percentages or inactivity fees.
View Stocks and Shares ISA

Share Dealing Account

How it works

  • Pay £100 to open your account.
  • Invest tax-efficiently for £5 dealing commission per trade.

Tax laws may change and tax treatment depends on individual circumstances.

Account benefits

  • No annual account charges, confusing percentages or inactivity fees.
  • You can open an ISA later at no extra cost.
  • Invest any amount.
View Share Dealing Account

SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension)

How it works

  • Pay nothing to open your account.
  • Invest in your pension for £5 dealing commission per trade.
  • You’ll pay a quarterly admin charge of £22.50 for SIPPs valued up to £50,000 and £45 for all other SIPPs.

Tax laws may change and tax treatment depends on individual circumstances.

Account benefits

  • Tax-friendly and flexible way to invest for your retirement.
  • No confusing percentages or inactivity fees.
  • Invest a lump sum, regular savings or both.
Find out more about SIPP