- Commission-free stock trades
- Receive dividend payments
- Invest in fractional shares
- 13,000+ shares to invest in
- Choose from over 5,000 ETFs
- Exclusive out-of-hours trading
- 0% commission on trades
- Choose from 3000+ stocks
- Real-time live pricing
Features of the Wealthsimple private pension
- Combine your existing pension pots
- Access qualified pension advisors
- Have your portfolio built to match your risk profile
- See your pension alongside your other accounts
Wealthsimple pension fees
The amount you pay depends on the amount of money you invest. This also determines which tier of account you have.
|£0 – £100,000
|More than £100,000
Wealthsimple account tiers
You don’t pay more for more features with Wealthsimple as other providers usually offer. Instead, the tier that you fit in and the features you receive are based on how much you invest.
Of course, this means that Wealthsimple makes more money from you, but you get a lower investment fee overall.
|Up to £100,000
|Between £100,000 and £500,000
|More than £500,000
|Pay in via direct debit
|Dedicated investment advisor
|Ongoing portfolio monitoring
|Portfolio and pension reviews
What can I invest in with a Wealthsimple pension?
With Wealthsimple, you choose between three different risk profiles
Depending on which one you choose, Wealthsimple will build a portfolio for you. Below is an example of how your portfolio might be built based on the different risk profiles available.
- Custom portfolio based on your goals
- Can choose a socially responsible portfolio
- Easy and quick to set up
- Can only invest in ready made funds
- Higher fees than other pension providers
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All investing should be regarded as longer term. The value of your investments can go up and down, and you may get back less than you invest. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. If you’re not sure which investments are right for you, please seek out a financial adviser. Capital at risk.
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