Important Investment ISA Information
You'll find all the important information about the Royal London Investment ISA here.
You can apply for an Investment ISA by calling us on 0800 055 6422. Mon to Fri: 8am - 7pm. Sat 9am-5pm. Sun 10am - 4pm.
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The documents below set out full details of our Investment ISA. These documents can be downloaded so you can read them in your own time.
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Key Investors Information Document
Royal London Sustainable Managed Growth Fund
Royal London Sustainable Diversified Trust Fund
Royal London Sustainable World Trust Fund
Rate of Interest
When you open our Investment ISA, you can ask us to hold your monies in cash in our client bank account until your 30 day cancellation period has expired. At the end of the cancellation period, your money will be invested in the fund you have chosen. We pay the following rates of interest on cash held in the client bank account:
Rate of Interest (last updated on 23/03/2017) Balance Rate £0 - £49,999 0.00% £50,000 - £149,999 0.025% £150,000 - £249,999 0.05% £250,000 and above 0.075%
How we calculate the rate of interest:
Interest is calculated daily and applied to a customer’s cash account on a monthly basis.
IFDL earn a margin on the interest received. This margin depends upon the interest paid to customers and the interest rate received from Banks with whom we deposit customer monies.
In the unlikely event of a bank failure, the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) guarantees up to £75,000 per person per firm (where separately authorised) in respect of retail deposits. To offer maximum protection, deposits would need to be divided equally between the above banks. However, in order to secure a competitive customers interest rate, this cannot be guaranteed.
Please note, the £75,000 protection covers a customer’s total holding with a single authorised institution.
For more information about the protection provided by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) please click here.