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Ongoing enhancements

As you may have noticed, we’ve been carrying out a major programme of enhancements to our website and there are more to come. We are listening to your feedback and our investment platform will continually evolve to ensure it meets your needs, so keep an eye out for tweaks and new features.

Latest enhancements

New ETF select list

Building on the success of our Select 50 preferred fund list, we have launched Select ETF to help investors choose exchange-traded funds (ETFs) for their portfolio. The list is reviewed and updated once a year.

View the Select ETF

Refreshed website

Our updated website makes it easier to find what you are looking for. Our new 'Funds' and 'Shares' sections are readily available in the top menu. We've also introduced tabs, which split various pages up into different topics so you can easily flick between content.

Share dealing

Share dealing is now available on ISA and Investment accounts. You can invest into the majority of shares from the FTSE 100, FTSE 250, FTSE All-Share and FTSE AIM 100, investment trusts, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and some Irish shares.

Find out more about share dealing

Duplicate reporting & share voting

Our new reporting service is available to customers that need to report deals to their employees, in addition to our share voting and information service. To access this go to My accounts > Profiles > Preference centre > Duplicate trade reporting.

Coming soon

Purchasing shares
Purchasing investments

Previous enhancements

Watchlist
Performance report
Measure account performance using Annualised Return
Linked accounts
Transaction history for linked accounts
How-to guides
Sell to bank introduced
Increased prominence of log out button
Income report feature added to transaction history
Profile information
Documents
Messages
Change of address online
Improved performance explanation in account summary
Introduced merging of assets in investment grid

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