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Transfer form Lloyds Share Dealing to IG



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On 23/03/2021 at 17:09, brianfantana said:

I'd like to transfer my S&S Isa from Lloyds to IG, how long does it take & what are the costs?

Also will my shares be inaccessible for any time during the transfer?


Hey, thanks for your post. 

To transfer your ISA from Lloyds to IG you will need to make a live account with IG> Add an ISA. 

Once these steps have been taken you will be able to go to the following MYIG page> Live accounts> Change account you're viewing to ISA> Stock transfer. and follow the steps from there. 

Transfers can take 4-6 weeks depending on how cooperative your current broker is. 

I hope this helps if you have any other questions let me know. 

All the best 

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