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Learn about our investment options to see how they could work for you.

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Interested in investing?

Learn about our investment options to see how they could work for you

The value of investments, and the income from them, can fall as well as rise, and you may not get back the full amount you invest.

What is NatWest Invest?

NatWest Invest is all about making investing easy. Invest online in minutes.

  • Five ready made investment funds ranging from low to high risk - discover the fund that best matches your attitude to risk and investment goals.
  • UK tax free returns - invest using a stocks and shares ISA.
  • Start small - get going with a lump sum or build up gradually with monthly amounts.
  • Clear charges - see what you'll pay in pounds and pence.
  • Complete flexibility - start or stop monthly investments, add a lump sum, or withdraw some or all of your money without charge, anytime.
  • 24/7 online access - manage and keep track of how your investment is doing.
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Tax reliefs referred to are those applying under current legislation, which may change.  The availability and value of any tax  reliefs will depend on your individual circumstances.

Don't forget the new tax year ISA allowance is £20,000 for 2017/2018. 

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Add your signposting title here… Invest in your children's future

A Junior Stocks and Shares ISA is a way of investing for your children in a tax-efficient fund.

You can invest up to £4,128 for this tax year.

 

Browse Junior ISA


An alternative way to invest - have you considered...

A Buy to Let Property
Buy to let as an investment

Unlike our Investment products, a buy to let property is a direct investment that you own and manage yourself. We do not provide advice and so you would need to take full responsibility for the risks involved, such as:

  • The investment is for the long term...you need to bear in mind things like the up-front purchase and sale costs, in relation to the income and potential void periods. As well as the potentially long timescales to sell and access your investment.
  • Demand for property rentals and property prices can also go down as well as up...there may be times when there is no income from the property and you may not realise back your initial investment (deposit normally 25%).
  • There are a number of outlays that need to be considered...you will need to make sure the rental will be sufficient to cover your outlays, including unexpected and emergency ones.
Find out more about investing in buy to let property
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