Need some help regarding Stocks and Shares ISA. So I have a S&S ISA with provider X for a number of years to which I haven’t contributed in the current tax year. I have opened another S&S ISA with provider A in the current financial year and contributing to it. Can I open another Stocks and Shares ISA this year with provider B and transfer all the money from provider X to B?
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Yes, you can transfer the funds from provider X to provider B, as these would be contributions from the past tax years.
@Octopus You may need to check first those providers on what type of transfer they are willing to accept
E.g - Would they allow in specie transfer or do you need to liquidate your holdings and transfer as cash to buy back your holdings. Also what are the cost implications
I would like to transfer my ISA from Fidelity International to Trading 212. I already have opened a Stocks and Shares ISA with another provider this year to which I am contributing. The Trading 212 account will be to hold my existing funds from Fidelity. Is that possible? Thanks
Thanks for your reply.
Yes, that would be possible. For the time being, we only accept and complete ISA transfers in cash.
Why still no progress with in-specie?
All you need to know is summarized in this topic.
In a nutshell: no developments yet. But the feature remains on our To-Do List.