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2 hours ago, Bill1952 said:

How do I transfer shares to IG and what does it cost? 

Hey @Bill1952

If you're referring to transferring your shares over from another broker you can and there's no cost on our side (but you may want to check if your current broker has an exit fee)

If you wish to transfer your share dealing/ ISA over to IG you can by opening an account with IG. Once opened if you need an ISA add one on the platform by selcting MyIG> Dashboard> Add an account> Add ISA. 

Once done you can confirm a transfer by going to MyIG> Live accounts> Change 'You are viewing' to Share dealing or ISA depending on which you're transferring> Stock transfer, 

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Once we have this document we will deal with the transfer for you with your previous broker. 

If this isn't the transfer you're talking about let me know by quoting my message 

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All the best

Charlotte

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