• Offer extended
      for new investors

      Invest in a stocks and shares ISA with AXA Self Investor on or before 30 April 2014 and pay no ISA account charge until 1 May 2015.

      From 1 May 2015 you will pay our standard account charge of 0.35% p.a. if you have up to £250,000 invested across all your AXA Self Investor accounts, or 0.20% p.a. if you have £250,000 or more invested. Fund manager charges will continue to apply.

      Please note that amounts invested between 6 April and 30 June will count towards your increased £15,000 allowance for the 2014/15 tax year which will be introduced on 1 July.

      If you're transferring in an ISA, your current provider may charge an exit fee.

      You can invest Up to ISA account charge
      2014/15 ISA allowance until 30 June £11,880 0%
      2014/15 New ISA allowance from 1 July £15,000
      All your other ISAs transferred in from other providers No limit

      Don't forget the value of a stocks and shares ISA can go down as well as up and returns are not guaranteed. You could get back less than you originally invested.

      Open a stocks and shares ISA
    • Important information about
      our stocks and shares ISA

      AXA Self Investor doesn't give financial advice – instead we'll support you with handy tools and information that will help you make your own investment decisions.

      Please ensure you've downloaded and read these important documents.

  • Self invest your way

    You can invest your full allowance into our stocks and shares ISA, or choose to put up to half - £5,940 - into a Cash ISA and the rest with us. This will be changing as of 1 July 2014 when the New ISA (NISA) is introduced.

    Learn more about the NISA

    Please note AXA Self Investor doesn't currently offer a Cash ISA.

    Whatever amount you decide to invest, any profits you make are exempt from Capital Gains Tax and you won't pay Income Tax on any returns. Tax benefits may change in the future and will depend on your individual circumstances. Please note that any dividends received within a stocks and shares ISA are paid net of a 10% tax credit. This can't be reclaimed (whatever your personal circumstances) but you'll have no further tax liability and won't need to take any action.

    All investments carry a degree of risk so the value of your stocks and shares ISA may go down as well as up and you could get back less than you originally invested.

    Visit our tools and support pages to read more about ISAs

    Less confusion, more choice

    Our stocks and shares ISA offers a wide choice of investment funds. To help you get started we've created four fund ranges, so whether you're new to investing or a more experienced investor we could have a starting point for you.

    Visit our tools and support pages for handy tools, videos and guides

    View our fund ranges

    Easy to invest,
    easy to manage

    With AXA Self Investor, you can do everything online. You can arrange to buy and sell funds, check how your investments are doing, and access our handy tools and guides to help build your understanding and confidence. Our secure online investment service, smart+, is available 24/7, so you can view your investments whenever it suits you.

    Visit our tools and support pages for handy tools, videos and guides

    Flexible if your
    needs change

    If you want to take cash out of your stocks and shares ISA you can do so at any time. However, you won't be able to re-invest that portion of your allowance in the same tax year. For example if you invested £10,000 but then withdrew £5,000 you would only be able to invest a further £1,880 which would take you to the maximum ISA allowance of £11,880 for 2014/2015, or after 1 July 2014, invest a further £5,000 which will take you up to your maximum of £15,000 with the New ISA. There's no minimum investment period but you should consider investing in a stocks and shares ISA for five years or more.

    Visit our tools and support pages to read more about ISAs

    More than £11,880
    to invest?

    Want to invest more than £11,880? With the AXA Self Investor trading account you'll have access to our full range of funds and there's no maximum to how much you can invest.

     

     

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    Transfer your existing ISAs to us

    New customers pay no ISA account charge until May 2015

    When you have all your investments in one place, it's easier to keep track. View our transfers guide for more information or speak to our UK based Customer Support team who can talk you through the process.

    Find out more