Invest through a General Investment Account (GIA)

You can invest in our Managed Portfolios through a General Investment Account (GIA). GIAs are more flexible and have fewer rules than ISAs and SIPPs but are also less tax efficient. 

When you invest through a GIA:

  • There is no maximum limit on how much you can invest 
  • Once invested, you can use your annual allowance for tax-free dividends and tax-free gains, the rest is subject to tax
  • You remain in control: you invest for the long term but can take money out if you need 

Any money you contribute will be wholly invested in the portfolio you choose. Our Managed Portfolios are long-term investments which can fall as well as rise in value and returns are not guaranteed. Tax rules can change and benefits depend on circumstances. 

Important: The information on this website is for experienced investors. It is not a personal recommendation to invest. If you’re unsure, please seek advice.

GIA – your questions answered

How much can I subscribe?

What are the tax benefits?

When and how can I make withdrawals?

Where will my GIA be invested?

What are the charges?

Can I transfer an existing GIA with another provider to the Managed Portfolio?

What happens to my GIA when I die?

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Discretionary Portfolios
Last updated: 20 February 2024