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Apparantly USA ETF's are not allowed in ISA

Anyone know how to invest in the list bellow using an ISA?
Thanks

XLE Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLI    Industrial Select Sector SPDR Fund 
XLU    Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLV    Health Care Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLY    Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR Fund 
XLB    Materials Select Sector SPDR Fund

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1 minute ago, AndrejK said:

Apparantly USA ETF's are not allowed in ISA

Anyone know how to invest in the list bellow using an ISA?
Thanks

XLE Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLI    Industrial Select Sector SPDR Fund 
XLU    Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLV    Health Care Select Sector SPDR Fund
XLY    Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR Fund 
XLB    Materials Select Sector SPDR Fund

Hi, the regulations regarding what is allowed in an ISA is not from IG but the government. See the IG ETF screener for ISA and non-ISA.

https://etfscreener.ig.com/?cols=AssetClass,Currency,ExpenseRatio,NetAssets,PrimaryExchange,ReturnM1,ReturnM12&filters=GlobalSector,ISA,LeveragedFund,UCITS&map=null&ISA=Yes&search=FTSE 250&page=1&sortCol=NetAssets&sortDir=-1

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Hi,

The ETF must have a Key Investor Document (KID) for it to be available to UK investors. 

A couple of examples for the energy sector could be:

SPDR MSCI World Energy UCITS ETF (WNRG)

Xtrackers MSCI USA Energy UCITS ETF (XUEN)

Amundi ETF MSCI Europe Energy UCITS ETF (ANRJ)

A key considerations to make when investing in a sector ETF is which region does the ETF give you exposure to? You can click on the Factsheet to see this via the ETF Screener.

If you spot any that we don't have on the platform already just let us know and we can look to add them.

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Thanks for the replies, much appreciated.
I managed to find UK ETF's which mach the ones I listed above and they all by Invesco
So
XLU  Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund  (USA issuer)
apears to be very similar in performance to 
Invesco Utilities S&P US Select Sector UCITS ETF  (UK, has KIID, ok for ISA)

I have only checked the above pair but Invesco provide a matching etf for all sectors I listed.

 

 

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