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At Nationwide our goal is to make sure you get the right information so that you can make the right investing decisions.
The value of your investment can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you originally invested
At Nationwide our goal is to make sure you get the right information so that you can make an informed decision.
You can invest through us if you're a member of Nationwide. You're a member when you have a current account, mortgage or savings account with us.
We work with Cofunds and Legal & General to bring you a range of online investment funds. Nationwide provide information on the fund range that enables you to make an informed decision as to how to proceed. If you decide to invest online today, you will be passed to Cofunds, for the provision of the Investor Portfolio Service (IPS).
As part of the online investment service you will have access to information, guidance and support about investments which is designed to help you with your decision making, including:
The expertise of a team of investment specialists who:
Oversight of the Investment Committee who:
As part of the online fund range we offer:
As part of the Financial Planning service we also offer the above & investment bonds.
When investing in unit trusts, investors purchase units in an Investment Fund.
A Unit Trust means the fund manager will set up a trust that is separate from their company and will appoint an independent financial institution, such as a bank to act as trustee. The trustee’s role is to look after the assets that the fund is invested in and to monitor the fund manager.
To open a Unit Trust online you'll be asked to choose the fund that suits you, your goals and your attitude to risk, from the online investment fund range. You will then need to choose the Unit Trust option.
Before you proceed with your application you should ensure that all documents can be printed and/or saved, and all information can be clearly read on the device that you are using.
Stocks & Shares ISAs are a tax efficient way to invest.
A Stocks & Shares ISA allows you to invest into a range of investments, such as government and corporate bonds, property and stocks & shares as part of your ISA allowance. Because they are held in an ISA, any gains you make are tax efficient, helping you to save some tax depending on what investments you have and what levels of tax you pay. There's more on this in our guide to Stocks & Shares ISAs.
For the 2017/2018 tax year, the total ISA allowance is £20,000. You can choose to split this allowance between cash and Stocks & Shares ISAs.
To open a Stocks & Shares ISA online you'll be asked to choose the fund that suits you, your goals and your attitude to risk, from the online investment fund range. You will then need to choose the Stocks & Shares ISA option.
Find out about your investment options through Nationwide
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