Why open a stocks and shares ISA with IG?
Low cost, no hidden fees2
Start investing with as little as £250 and benefit from transparent, low prices
Accessible and flexible
Monitor your investments easily and make withdrawals at any time without penalty
Voted 'Best Stocks and Shares ISA Provider' three years running in the Online Personal Wealth Awards, 2017, 2018 and 2019
Find out which ISA is right for you
Create your ISA
Start sheltering your profits from tax6 in three simple steps:
Share dealing ISA
- Choose 'share dealing' on the sign-up form
- Log in to your My IG dashboard
- Click 'add another account', then select 'add ISA'
Smart Portfolio ISA
- Choose 'IG Smart Portfolio' on the sign-up form
- Select 'ISA' then answer some risk profile questions
- We'll help you find the right portfolio for your risk profile
1 Offer available until 30 April. All clients funding their IG ISA for the first time will receive cashback on commission paid, up to the value of £100. Terms and conditions apply.
2 A custody fee of £24 is charged per calendar quarter if you hold investments in an ISA at the end of the quarter unless you fulfil certain conditions. Please see our share dealing charges and fees for more details.
3 Please read the ETF's prospectus or Key Investor Information Document (KIID) before investing.
4 Place 10+ trades on UK shares in the previous month to qualify for a £5 commission rate. Please note published rates are valid up to £25,000 notional value. See our full list of share dealing charges and fees.
5 iShares® and BlackRock® are registered trademarks of BlackRock, Inc, and its affiliates (‘BlackRock’) and are used under license. BlackRock makes no representations or warranties regarding the advisability of investing in any product or service offered by IG Markets Limited and its affiliates. BlackRock has no obligation or liability in connection with the operation, marketing, trading or sale of any product or service offered by IG Markets and its affiliates.
6 Invest up to £20,000 in an ISA in 2018/19 without incurring capital gains or income tax. Tax laws are subject to change and depend on individual circumstances. Tax law may differ in a jurisdiction other than the UK.