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You can now access an extensive range of international equities through i.nvest, our market leading investment platform.
Now you can ‘buy in’ to some of the world’s most familiar and successful brands and corporations, across four continents, in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Africa.
So, by broadening our horizons, you can broaden your options – giving you much greater control over how and where your money is invested.
Our range of Accounts will allow you to manage your investments in a way most convenient for you.
These changes place i.nvest in a league of its own. You will be able to take your investment strategy into all kinds of new sectors and industries.
You’ll be able to have access to the kind of global brands that you use and interact with every day, from BMW and Volkswagen to Apple and Google, Coca Cola and Nestle to Nokia.
With i.nvest, the world really is within your reach.
To register for international equities please complete and return the registration form.
International equities are suitable for investors who see investment potential through buying and selling directly non-UK stock on their local markets. If you are in any doubt about buying or selling shares we recommend you seek financial advice from an independent financial adviser.
Introducing the future of international equities
To take advantage of our international equity trading service, you need to have or open one of the following accounts.
To trade in international equities we will also ask you to complete a registration form. You will get further information on the registration process in our how to register and trade page.
Important Information• Please remember the value of your investments and any income from them can go down as well as up and you may get back less than the amount you originally invested.
• Foreign markets will involve different risks than UK markets. In some cases risks will be greater.
• The potential for profit or loss from transactions on foreign markets or in foreign currency denominated markets will be affected by fluctuations in foreign exchange rates.
• We do not give advice and the inclusion of particular stock names is not intended as a recommendation.