Nationwide investments and financial advice service will move to Aegon by early 2024. Aegon already provides investments through Nationwide, so when the move happens, they will also look after the Ongoing Advice Service. For customers already investing with us, we will contact you about what happens next.

Manage your investment, securely

  • Investments at Nationwide are provided by Aegon, our trusted investment provider bringing you a range of carefully selected funds, expertly balancing expected returns and risks.

  • Once invested, it's easy to track the performance of your investments online.

  • You can choose to top-up or make withdrawals at any time, without penalty or withdrawal fees.

Already investing through Nationwide? Log in to the Aegon Customer Dashboard


Investing is a long-term strategy and you should be comfortable with investing for at least 6 years. If you decide to invest, remember that the value of your investments can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you originally invested.

Ask our investment experts

Our financial advisers are employed by Nationwide to offer honest, trustworthy and expert advice. If you don’t want to invest, you won’t pay a penny.

To get advice, you'll need to be able to invest at least:

  • £400 a month
  • Or a lump sum of £20,000
  • Or a lower lump sum investment followed by a series of monthly payments

About Stocks and Shares ISAs

A Stocks and Shares ISA is a tax-efficient way to invest. You’ll pay no tax on any money you make from these investments - for example, through dividends, interest, growth or income.

What is inflation doing to my money?

If you’ll need to access your money in the near future, a savings account, such as a cash ISA, could be a good option. But remember, as interest rates rarely keep up with inflation, the real value of your money will decrease over time. Meaning you’ll spend more to get less.

Investments accounts, such as a Stocks and Shares ISA, could give you the opportunity to achieve potentially higher returns that outperform the rate of inflation by accepting more risk.