UK Robo-advisors

Robo-advisors have seen huge growth in the US in recent times and they are now enjoying the same kind of growth in the UK too! A robo-advisor can help you to invest your cash on auto-pilot based on your own risk profile at a very low fee when compared to traditional wealth managers. Here we list the biggest and best robo-advisors in the UK market right now for you to consider.

Moneyfarm

With the introduction of the robo-advisor, investing in the stock market is now easier than ever before. It’s also possible to invest via a robo-advisor while enjoying the tax benefits associated with a Stocks and Shares ISA with the Moneyfarm ISA*!

Moneyfarm* offer low fees, no minimum investment amount and will structure your investments based upon your own risk profile, which they will determine by asking you a series of questions when you setup your Moneyfarm ISA. So, if you would like to put your investments on auto-pilot without having to pay the high fees involved with employing the services of a typical wealth manager, then Moneyfarm could be the right option for you.

You can read our full Moneyfarm Review here.

Nutmeg Review

Nutmeg

Another UK robo-advisor who offer a Stocks and Shares ISA and also a pension product are Nutmeg*. Nutmeg are very well-known in the UK and there’s a good chance you may even have seen one of their TV adverts recently.

Again, Nutmeg offer low fees and when you set up your Nutmeg Account* they will ask you some simple questions in order to determine your attitude to risk. This will then help you in selecting a portfolio that is right for you and your goals. Nutmeg also offer you the option of setting up different investment ‘pots’ within the same ISA account, so that you can save for different things like a deposit for a house or a car all within the same ISA wrapper, making it easier to track your progress for each of your goals.

You can read our full Nutmeg Review here.

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