Here are some of our most common questions
What are your fees?
Our annual fees are always less than 0.5% with no minimum investment, a fraction of the cost of traditional advice. The exact percentage depends on which portfolio you are recommended. Why are we so cheap? We've used technology to reduce the cost of delivering high quality advice and passed those savings on to you. We don't have fancy offices or highly paid salespeople simply looking for the next product to sell.
This means that if you invest £10,000 with evestor, you should pay a maximum of £50 for the year.
How much money do I need to invest?
At evestor there are no maximum investment limits and you can begin investing with as little as £1.
Who do I speak to if I need help?
If you have any queries about your account or the products and services we offer, you can speak to one of our dedicated support specialists via webchat.
What products do evestor offer?
At evestor we offer a Stocks & Shares ISA, Self-Invested Personal Pension, and General Investment account.
Where is my money held, and is it safe?
Your money is held by our third-party platform provider within a Client Money Bank Account. Your Client Money Bank Account is designated as a trust account which is segregated from our third party's funds in accordance with the FCA Rules on Client Money. Client Money Bank accounts are pooled accounts with one or more banks. In the event of a bank's failure, your claim will be for a share of the cash held in all pooled accounts at the bank.
evestor and our third party are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme ("FSCS"). You may be entitled to compensation from the FSCS in the event that we or the Platform Provider have ceased trading or have been declared to be in default and unable to meet our respective obligations. This depends upon the type of business and the circumstances of the claim. The FSCS offers different levels of cover for different types of business. Most types of investment business are covered currently for 100 per cent of the first £50,000 of financial loss per person. Further information about compensation arrangements is available from the FSCS.