Exchange-Traded Products

Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) usually follow the price movements of a financial index or benchmark (e.g. the FTSE 100) and can offer an alternative way to gain exposure to a wide range of markets, without incurring all of the costs of investing directly.

Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)

We have something for every type of ETF trader

The ETF Opportunist

The ETF Opportunist

Moves quickly & takes advantage of ETF opportunities as they arise. 

Keep pace with the latest ETF prices and market performance with our mobile trading app and buy & sell signals.

The ETF Explorer

The ETF Explorer

Explores a mix of ETF trading strategies & seeks exciting, emerging opportunities

Quickly find your next ETF with our Selector Tool, applying your favourite market & sector filters.

The ETF Connoisseur

The ETF Connoisseur

Seeks the latest information to validate their ETF trading decisions

Build your knowledge with free-market & sector news, direct to your inbox and quarterly investment outlooks.

Research, compare and buy ETFs

Use our ETF Selector Tool to easily choose from over 1,200 ETFs, filtering by geography, sector or provider.

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Understanding the Risks

ETPs can use financial techniques; some of which may be complex in nature and involve leverage, shorting or a high degree of volatility; meaning that these types of products may not be suitable for all investors. The value of an ETP is not guaranteed and can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested. If you are unsure of their suitability please seek independent financial advice. The protections available under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) may not be available for all types of ETPs domiciled outside of the UK

Before you invest in an UCITS ETF you should make sure that you read the Key Investor Information Document (KIID) and Key Features Document (KFD) or other supporting information. For other types of ETP you should make sure that you read the Prospectus for the ETP you are intending to invest in, to make sure that it fits in with your investment goals.

Which account do I need?

You can invest in Exchange-Traded Funds with a Stocks & Shares ISA, SIPP or Trading Account:

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