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Important information: The value of investments can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you invest. This information is not a personal recommendation for any particular investment. If you are unsure about the suitability of an investment you should speak to an authorised financial adviser.

You’re in safe hands

If you’ve received a letter from Legal & General about moving to Fidelity, we’ve created this page especially for you so you can get to know us a little better. We hope this will give you a real sense of what investing with Fidelity could be like and how we support our customers.

On this page you’ll find more about the benefits you can take advantage of, as well as what to expect when your account moves over to us and information about our fees.

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We're doing all we can to protect your security online, but there's lots you can do to protect yourself too. Learn about the common financial security threats, how to spot and avoid them, and where to get help if you need it.

There’s lots to look forward to

Whatever you’re saving for, whether it’s buying a house, starting a business or a long and healthy retirement, investing can help bring it a step closer. Here are some of the benefits and services you’ll enjoy as a Fidelity customer to help you achieve your goals.

Investment choice

Gain access to one of the UK’s most extensive fund ranges, as well as shares, investment trusts and exchange-traded funds - giving you more ways to meet your investment goals.

Secure online account

Manage your account 24/7. You can place transactions, keep track of all your investments and see how they’re performing through our secure online area and easy-to-use mobile app.

Customer support

Know that we’re here for you. We’ve plenty of information on our website, but we’re also on hand when you need to talk to someone. Our UK and Ireland call centres are open six days a week.


Reach your retirement goals with our wide range of online resources and talk to our dedicated retirement teams who can answer questions and discuss options with you.

Guidance and advice

We’re able to give you the support you need - from guidance, to help you make your own decisions, to personal recommendations through financial advice.

Expert insights

Build on your knowledge and invest with confidence. Our in-house specialists will provide you with the latest market news and insights - so that you’re always up to date.

Keeping you informed

We’re always looking at fresh and innovative ways of supporting you so that you can make the right investment decisions. Our renowned Markets and Insights team play a vital role in this.


The latest market news and insights

From lively interviews and debates, to market insights and hard-hitting articles our team has got its finger on the investment pulse... so, you don’t have to.

If you’d like a closer look at some of their work, we’ve shared a few articles below.

View articles

Peace of mind

If you’re thinking ahead and wondering about the practicalities of moving to us, here are a few things we thought you’d like to know.

Already a Fidelity customer?

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. When your accounts are moved over, we’ll be matching your records for a smooth transition.

Questions, questions

If you’ve got specific questions about your account right now, please contact Legal & General. For more general questions about the move we’ve tried to answer everything you may want to know here.


Your security is our top priority. We’re doing what we can to protect you, but knowledge is your best defence. To help keep yourself safe, read up on the ten things that Fidelity will never ask you.

What to expect when you move to us

It’s always nice to know what’s happening, so here’s a quick checklist to keep you in the loop.

  • First, we’ll write to you to confirm when your investments have been moved across.
  • Within two weeks of transferring your investments we’ll send you a Welcome Pack. This will contain your Customer Reference Number and simple instructions on how to set up your online account, together with useful information to help you make the most of your benefits.
  • And if you have a regular savings plans with Legal & General or receive income from your investments (such as interest and dividends), we’ll also provide details in the above to let you know how to continue these with Fidelity.

Our fees explained

Our approach to fees is clear and transparent, so you can see exactly what you’re paying for. You’ll notice from the table below that our fees break down into two parts. In the past, you were charged both these elements by Legal & General, but they were ‘bundled’ into one fee that was paid directly from your fund charges. What’s important, is that your fees will be the same or less than you were paying when you were with Legal & General.

Low cost service fee

Investment charges

This is the fee you pay to us and pays for everything we offer. You’ll see this taken as a transaction from your account on a monthly basis. It’s typically 0.35% but is reduced to 0.2% for customers who invest over £250,000 with us. We don’t charge on investments over £1m.

These are ongoing charges that are set by the companies and funds you invest in and start from 0.05%. Specific charges can be found on the investment's factsheet. Use our A-Z fund tool to view a fact sheet.

See an example of how our charges differ or you can read more on our fees and charges. Please note that reduced pricing exceptions may apply to ensure Legal & General customers won't pay any more when they move across to Fidelity.

Topical articles

Our Markets and Insights team write about what’s important to you, from the latest market news and views to exploring the opportunities and implications of a range of life events - such as planning for your child’s university, divorce, moving into retirement and more.

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