We’re thrilled to say that Nutmeg has won the title of Best Online Stocks & Shares ISA Provider in the YourMoney.com awards for the fifth year in a row.
We’re thrilled to say that Nutmeg has won the award for Best Online Stocks & Shares ISA Provider in the YourMoney.com awards for the fifth year in a row.
Casey Lord, head of product at Nutmeg, said: “A fifth year of success in this category is something really special for all of us at Nutmeg, but the product team in particular.
“The team is always working hard to make sure our ISA is the best it can be, with an interface that’s intuitive and easy to use. In the last year, we’ve added socially responsible portfolios, a 100% cash option and a new feature that allows customers to automatically drip-feed money into the market.
“With another tax year closed and a new one stretching ahead, we’re proud that we continue to be the provider of choice for people looking to be tax-efficient and maximise their returns.”
All entrants are subjected to a rigorous judging process based on competitiveness of price and structure. Shortlisted firms are then judged by a panel of readers who mystery shop each company and benchmark the quality of service provided in each product area.
Joanna Faith, YourMoney.com editor, said: “Our awards are judged by the people who really matter, the customers, so all the winners should be incredibly proud of their achievements. They have shown they are the best of the best in their sector. A big congratulations to you all.”
The YourMoney.com Awards are the longest-standing consumer finance awards in the UK. This award comes off the back of our chief investment officer, Shaun Port’s inclusion in the Top 10 ETF Stream 30 Index winners last month, which aims to recognise the achievements of individuals in the European ETF business.
For more information on the YourMoney.com Awards please visit www.yourmoney.com/awards/yourmoney-com-awards-2019-online-winners/
As with all investing, your capital is at risk. The value of your portfolio with Nutmeg can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invest. A stocks and shares ISA may not be right for everyone and tax rules may change in the future. If you are unsure if an ISA is the right choice for you, please seek independent financial advice.