Cash ISA range

ISAs explained

ISA flexibility

Transfer your ISA

Stocks & Shares ISAs

Why choose Nationwide

Why choose a Cash ISA from Nationwide?

With the best customer satisfaction amongst our major high street competitors* it’s no surprise millions of people prefer to do their banking with a building society.

Why we are different...

We're the world's largest building society

Run for the benefit of our members, being a building society means that we're free to reinvest more of our profits to improve the products and services we offer.

We provide great service for our members

We’re proud to say we have the best customer satisfaction amongst our major high street competitors*, but if something does go wrong we aim to resolve it quickly - to our members’ and customers’ satisfaction.

Our members decide how we're run

Each year we ask our members to take part in our AGM and vote on key decisions about how we operate as a business. It’s your Society, so it’s only right that you help set the direction we take.

We offer ISA flexibility

All Nationwide cash ISAs (except Junior ISA) are flexible. This means you can withdraw money from your cash ISA and replace it (subject to the terms and conditions of the account) within the same tax year, without it counting towards your annual ISA allowance. More about ISA flexibility

Because of our seven promises to you

Our seven Savings Promises are designed to help you make the most of your savings. That means we'll do everything we can to look after your money, treat you fairly and give you great value.

We listen to what our members have to say

Our members told us that they preferred our UK only call centres for their higher levels of service. So that's what we offer - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

*© GfK 2016, Financial Research Survey (FRS), 6 months ending August 2016 (30,356 interviews). Combined customer satisfaction for current accounts, mortgages and savings. Major high street providers are defined as providers with main current account market share >6% (Barclays, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank (including C&G), NatWest and Santander).


Life is full of decisions – we have written a range of guides to help you along the way and support you with all your banking and financial needs.

Tax free savings guide

Take a look at this for a guide to cash and junior ISAs

Make the most of your money

A guide that explains ways you can save and grow your money

Guide to Stocks & Shares ISAs

Thinking about investing? Make the most of your money by learning about Stocks & Shares ISAs