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Any idea when the  platform for Shares/ISA will move to a more user friendly version akin to the Spread Betting platform?

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4 minutes ago, Guest jd12 said:

Any idea when the  platform for Shares/ISA will move to a more user friendly version akin to the Spread Betting platform?

This is definitely coming and is one of our approved projects, however I don't have a specific date or delivery schedule. We are building the share dealing platform from the ground up, based on the new web trading platform structure, but specifically for the most optimum share dealing experience. 

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On 31/12/2018 at 11:30, JamesIG said:

This is definitely coming and is one of our approved projects, however I don't have a specific date or delivery schedule. We are building the share dealing platform from the ground up, based on the new web trading platform structure, but specifically for the most optimum share dealing experience. 

Thanks JamesIG, quick question when you say you're "building the share share platform from the ground up" can you confirm if IG have actually started the build or is still in the planning phase.

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17 hours ago, heyho said:

Thanks JamesIG, quick question when you say you're "building the share share platform from the ground up" can you confirm if IG have actually started the build or is still in the planning phase.

hey - yes, i can confirm this is something we have started work on. 

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