Managing your NatWest Invest account
If you're an investor with NatWest Invest and concerned about the current uncertainty in the market and the impact this may be having on your investment, take a look at our latest guidance on investing during turbulent times.
I already have a NatWest Invest account
If you're already a NatWest Invest customer, you can track the progress of your investment as and when you want with your online investment account.
Can I transfer my existing ISA?
Yes. You can choose to transfer any existing ISAs you have to NatWest Invest. It’s a great way to manage all your ISAs in one place, with 24/7 access.
If you’ve already invested with us then you can add these to your existing investment any time by clicking on your investment then selecting ‘Add to investment’.
ISA transfers should take no longer than 30 calendar days for transfers to/ or from a stocks and shares ISA.
I need some help
If you're already investing with us you can log in to your NatWest Invest account for day to day transactions, or if you're concerned about the current situation and have questions about managing your investment during this time, please see our latest guidance and common questions.
If you need to contact us, our agents are following the current government advice and operating from home. If your enquiry isn't urgent you can email a brief summary to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you by the end of the following working day. Please don't include any sensitive information in your email.
If you'd prefer to speak to us, you can call the Help and Support team on 0345 877 7103 (for Relay UK prefix the number with 18001). Our lines are open Monday to Friday, from 9.30am to 5pm. We're closed Bank Holidays. Calls may be recorded.
New to NatWest Invest?
NatWest Invest lets you decide how you want to invest all online 24/7. If you are comfortable making your own choices, then you can start investing from as little as £50. If you are not sure, try our fully automated advice service.
The value of investments can go down as well as up, your capital is at risk. Eligibility criteria, fees and charges apply.