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New IG Client- ISA transfer


jack19

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I joined IG some 6 months ago and due to COVID 19 problems I have had no success in transferring my ISA from TILNEY Fund Management to IG.

It seems to me that this simple transfer is being blocked some between Bestinvest (a sub division of TILNEY ) and IG.

Can you help?

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On 12/10/2020 at 13:48, jack19 said:

I joined IG some 6 months ago and due to COVID 19 problems I have had no success in transferring my ISA from TILNEY Fund Management to IG.

It seems to me that this simple transfer is being blocked some between Bestinvest (a sub division of TILNEY ) and IG.

Can you help?

 

Hey John, 

I removed your name from the title. I will reach out to corporate actions now regarding this transfer and get someone from our client facing team to reach out to you. 

All the best 

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