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Hi @GrowBabyGrow, unfortunately there isn't a way to automatically assign dividend payments to be re-invested. They always appear as cash on the account and you can choose to either re-invest them yourself or to withdraw them.

DRIP functionality has been requested by a number of clients however I'm afraid there isn't a fixed roadmap on delivery. I'll look to add your comments and feedback to our product owners and dev teams. 

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6 hours ago, NadelinaIG said:

Hi @GrowBabyGrow, unfortunately there isn't a way to automatically assign dividend payments to be re-invested. They always appear as cash on the account and you can choose to either re-invest them yourself or to withdraw them.

DRIP functionality has been requested by a number of clients however I'm afraid there isn't a fixed roadmap on delivery. I'll look to add your comments and feedback to our product owners and dev teams. 

 

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Hi, What is the best work around to have dividends re-invested at no greater cost that if this was automatic? - re-investing dividends is surely fundamental to investing. I have just started using ig.com today and am a bit taken aback that dividends cannot be automatically re-invested.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Goodlife said:

Hi, What is the best work around to have dividends re-invested at no greater cost that if this was automatic? - re-investing dividends is surely fundamental to investing. I have just started using ig.com today and am a bit taken aback that dividends cannot be automatically re-invested.

Totally - this is literally the ONE piece of back end stuff needed for a good share dealing account. (And the artificial / synthetic stops in the deal ticket as long as people know they’re a trigger rather than a guarantee of course)...

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