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Top Junior ISA funds

View the funds, investment trusts and ETFs most purchased by our Junior ISA customers.

Expert Tips

Important information - investment value can go up or down and you could get back less than you invest. If you're in any doubt about the suitability of a Stocks & Shares ISA, you should seek independent financial advice. The tax treatment of this product depends on your individual circumstances and may change in future. If you are uncertain about the tax treatment of the product you should contact HMRC or seek independent tax advice.

Most purchased funds by ii Junior ISA customers

Here are the funds, investment trusts and ETFs that were most purchased by our customers in Junior ISA accounts in April 2022.

Our most popular investments should not be taken as personal recommendations to buy or sell a particular fund – they are not intended to provide advice.

Investment ideas from our experts

With an ii Junior ISA, you have a wide range of investment options to choose from, including shares, funds, bonds, investment trusts and ETFs.

Need inspiration? Our experts have put together a range of tools to help you find the right investments:

Open a Junior ISA today

Invest for your child’s future with a tax-efficient Junior Stocks and Shares ISA. 

You must be the child’s parent or guardian to open the account, but anyone can pay into it after that. You can then manage the investments for your child until they turn 18. 

You must have an ISA, a SIPP or a Trading Account to open a Junior ISA. Before applying, please read our Junior ISA Key Features and our Junior ISA Terms.

Open a Junior Stocks & Shares ISA

To open a Junior ISA you need have an ISATrading Account or SIPP

Transfer a Junior ISA

To transfer an ISA for you need to open an account first. Then log in and click the 'cash & transfers' menu then select 'transfer in'.

Transfer a Child Trust Fund (CTF)

Transferring a Child Trust Fund (CTF) to a Junior ISA is easy. You can start your transfer when opening the ISA.

Parental Responsibility: This is an HMRC requirement. Please be aware that grandparents do not automatically have parental responsibility.

Risk warning: The value of any investment can go down as well as up and your child might not get back what was originally invested. The tax treatment of a Junior ISA depends on individual circumstances and tax rules may change. If you’re unsure about the suitability of a Junior ISA or any investment please speak to a suitably qualified financial adviser.


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