Investment Management

Robo-Advisor and investment management comparison. Investment management is where a company will invest your money on your behalf in a portfolio of investments.

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Portfolio+
Hargreaves Lansdown

Portfolio+

The Hargreaves Lansdown Portfolio+ offers simplicity, performance potential and a low minimum investment of £1,000. While the portfolios can be sold at any time, free of charge, they should only be bought as long-term investments.
£1000
Minimum Investment
0.45%
Annual Management Fee
1.33% - 1.46%
Average Annual Fund Fee
Smart Portfolio
IG Trading and Investments

Smart Portfolio

IG Smart Portfolios are low-cost, expertly managed and globally diversified investment portfolios, which you can open and monitor fully online. As with all investment products, your capital is at risk.
£500
Minimum Investment
0.65%
Annual Management Fee
0.22%
Average Annual Fund Fee
Auto Select General Investment Account
Munnypot

Auto Select General Investment Account

The Munnypot General Investment Account is provided in combination with automated online investment advice to monitor an investor’s money with the aim of achieving their goals.
£25
Minimum Investment
0.11%
Annual Management Fee
0.15% to 0.22%
Average Annual Fund Fee
General Investment Account
Moneyfarm

General Investment Account

The Moneyfarm General Investment Account is a low-cost, flexible investment account, tailor-made, managed by a team of experts. Exclusive Investor Reward: Use the code 'OFF3R' to get your first £15,000 without management fees.
£1
Minimum Investment
0.30%
Annual Management Fee
0.30%
Average Annual Fund Fee
Risk Warning : Investing in or lending to early stage businesses involves a high level of risk, including illiquidity (inability to sell assets quickly or without substantial loss in value), lack of dividends, loss of capital and dilution risks and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. Tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of each investor and may be subject to change in the future. Your capital is at risk.