Important legal information

Find out more about the policies and regulations that guide our business and help safeguard our investors.

Before you invest

We believe that every investor should be able to make an informed decision about investing. Read more about our general terms, specific guidelines relating to various accounts and important information about taxes, funds and transfers.

Our online terms

Read our website terms of use and the online terms which govern the use of your online account.

Doing Business with Fidelity

We want to be sure you've found a provider that suits your needs. Find out all you need to know about Doing Business with Fidelity before you choose to invest in an Investment Account or ISA. With effect from December 2018, we'll also provide complete information about opening and owning a SIPP on our new system.

Fidelity SIPP Key Features

We want to help you decide whether the Fidelity SIPP is right for you. Find out all you need to know about the Fidelity SIPP before you choose to invest.

How is my money protected when I invest with Fidelity?

Fidelity has multiple levels of protection for your money in the event that something goes wrong. Fidelity is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, which means we always hold a significant amount of liquid capital. And because we are an investment firm, not a bank, we are required to separate client money and assets from our own resources. If all protections we have in place were to fail, you might have a claim under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (but remember that this will not pay compensation if your investment performs poorly as a result of market conditions).