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NatWest Invest offers you a quick and simple way to help you make your money work harder for you and your family. It suits different types of investors, whether you’re an experienced investor or taking your first steps. 

Stocks and Shares ISA

  • Start investing from £50.
  • Invest up to £20,000 every tax year.
  • Five ready-made funds, from defensive to adventurous.
  • Withdraw at any time, although investing is designed for the longer term.
  • Responsible investments focusing on companies and industries who aim to positively affect our world.

General Investment Account

  • A flexible way to invest when you've used your ISA allowance.
  • No limits on how much you invest.
  • Start from £50.
  • Any returns may be subject to UK Income or Capital Gains Tax.

Personal Pension

  • Start from £50.
  • Transfer existing pensions for a clearer view of your retirement fund.
  • Investments managed by experts at Coutts.
  • Low fees, so you keep more of your money.
  • Instant tax relief on what you pay in (limits apply).

Junior ISA

  • Invest an initial lump sum from £50, or set up a regular monthly contribution from just £10.
  • Top up any time from £10.
  • The Junior ISA allowance is £9,000 per child for the current tax year.
  • No UK Income or Capital Gains Tax to be paid.

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Learn more about investments

Whether you’re an experienced investor or just finding out what investing is, we’ve got a range of articles to help you understand more about investing.

We regularly update our articles depending on what’s happening in the market so check back for future updates.

Responsible investing

Your investments are our first priority.

But we’re also conscious about their impact on the world we live in. That’s why the PPF funds have embedded responsible investing into their approach to investment management.

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