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SmartPortfolio ISA - Wrapper Contains Cash - How to re-invest?

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I have a SmartPortfolio ISA - I have withdrawn some of the money to the ISA wrapper after being told that it is possible to reinvest it at a later date but I cannot see this as an option anywhere in the UI.

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In order to re-invest your cash as soon as possible, please email helpdesk.uk@ig.com and provide your account number. We’ll then be able to arrange for the Smart Portfolio team to remove the ring fence that is currently on your cash, since our system still believes you still would like to withdraw this money.

Alternatively, if you have a Share Dealing account there is another way you can re-invest the cash yourself. First, transfer the cash from your Smart Portfolio account to your Share Dealing account in MyIG, and then transfer it back again to your Smart Portfolio account. This automatically removes the ring fence on the cash and will invest the amount in your portfolio.

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