How do I withdraw funds from my IG account?

To withdraw your funds, please log in to My IG, go to the ‘live accounts’ tab, and select ‘withdraw funds’. You’re able to withdraw funds as a bank transfer (assuming all anti-money laundering regulations have been met), or back to a card or PayPal account as a refund.

Please be aware that withdrawal lead times vary:

  • Withdrawals back to a card typically take between two and five bank working days to clear
  • Withdrawals back to PayPal are usually immediate, and should clear within 24 hours at most
  • Withdrawals by bank transfer, if requested before 12pm (UK time) on a bank working day, should reach you on the same day – but can take up to three days to clear

Minimum withdrawals

The minimum amount you can withdraw to a card or PayPal is £100, unless you have less than £100 available on your account. In this situation, you can withdraw up to the amount available.

Maximum withdrawals

  • Card: up to £20,000 per day
  • PayPal: up to £5,500 per transaction, with as many transactions as you like
  • Bank transfer: no limit

Please see the table for more information about withdrawals in different currencies:

Minimum withdrawal Maximum withdrawal Maximum withdrawal
PayPal and card PayPal Card
Per transaction Per day (resets at midnight)
GBP 100 5500 20000
EUR 150 7000 25000
AUD 200 7500 35000
CAD 200 7500 35000
CHF 150 7500 25000
USD 150 7500 49999
NZD 200 n/a 35000
SGD 200 9000 35000
PLN 600 n/a n/a
DKK 1000 45000 180000
NOK 1250 45000 180000
SEK 1250 45000 200000
HKD 1250 50000 300000
ZAR 2000 50000 n/a
JPY 20000 50000 n/a

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