Start investing online in three stages...

Ready to start investing without advice and happy to manage your investments online? We offer restricted advice on a limited range of carefully selected products and funds.

Product and Platform - provided through Aegon.

Primary Fund Range - all new funds provided by Aegon. Other funds provided through Legal & General Investment Management.

Nationwide sells funds, products and the platform as a package; these may be available separately outside Nationwide through other providers.

You can use our online investment service when you're a member of Nationwide. You're a member when you have a current account, mortgage or savings account with us.

When you're ready to start investing online here's how you get started.

Step 1


On the next page you'll be asked to choose the fund that suits you, your goals and your attitude to risk.

You'll then need to decide whether you would like an ISA (tax free) or a General Investment Account (GIA), which is taxable.

Step 2


Once you click 'apply' you will be taken through to Aegon to complete your application. You can pay using your debit card, a bank transfer or by cheque.

If you would like to transfer in an ISA from another manager, you will need to open your account first. You can then apply to transfer once you have signed up to the Aegon Customer Dashboard.

Step 3

Sign up

At the end of your application you will be sent an e-mail to sign up for the Aegon Customer Dashboard.

This will allow you to manage your investments online 24/7.

Important information

This service is designed to provide you with information about investing and the funds available through the online service to help you make an informed decision. You have to decide if the service is right for you. If you are unsure you should seek financial advice.

Before you proceed with your application please check that all documents can be printed and/or saved, and that you can clearly read all information on the device you are using - all pages are mobile compatible but it might be easier to read them on a larger screen.