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Dividend Reinvestment



I've just joined IG and made my first stock purchases. Does anyone know if it's possible to enable dividend reinvestment and if so, how I can go about enabling that.



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Unfortunately this isn't possible, however I'll add your request to our client list to contact once DRIP is available. 

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