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New to investing

It’s important to think about whether investing is right for you before you get started. Investing can help you when planning your longer-term financial future. Our products could allow you to:

  • maximise your ISA allowance
  • plan for your retirement
  • make arrangements for your children's education
  • help reduce the effect of inflation
  • potentially achieve better returns on your money. 

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Existing customers

If you hold investments with us already and want to top up, or just check to see how your investments are doing, you’ll find everything you need here. 

Manage your investments

Help and Research

If you’re after some help, we have a simple collection of guides which cover everything from the basics of investing to information on investment risk.

 Investment guides

Our investment products

For a simple way to invest, we have a range of three managed funds to choose from. Alternatively, if you're looking for more choice, Bank of Scotland Share Dealing has a number of accounts and investment options available to investors.

 ProductTax Free
Stocks and Shares ISA

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Investment Account      Find out more
Share Dealing

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Junior Stocks and Shares ISA        Find out more

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Understand the risks

Please remember the value of your investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested.

If you are in any doubt about buying and selling shares or making your own investment decisions we recommend you seek advice from a suitably qualified financial adviser.

Financial advice

You can take advantage of a range of financial advice and planning solutions if you have at least £100,000 of savings and investments or a sole annual income of at least £100,000.

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