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EQi is now closed to new customers

The transfer of some EQi customer accounts to interactive investor (ii) is now complete and we are closed to new customers.

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Why EQi?

  • PODCASTS

    The Smart Money podcast

    A new podcast series for self-investors so you can listen to insight on a range of investing topics.

  • VIDEO

    Unsure about getting started?

    See how three of our customers first became DIY investors

  • Insights

    DIY Investor Magazine #29

    We've teamed up with DIY Investor Magazine so we can offer you even more insight on your approach to DIY investing.

Insights

02.09.21

Alliance Trust: Looks can be Deceiving

30.07.21

Why has North Asia outperformed its South-East Asian peers?

30.07.21

UK smaller companies set for long-term success

30.07.21

Building back greener

29.07.21

Insights from Silicon Valley: Optimism versus pessimism

09.07.21

A sensible source of alternative income

08.07.21

Three Key Trends Fuelling the Commercial Space Industry

18.06.21

Quality growth, growing income, discounted price

18.06.21

How can investors access the UK's industrial recovery?

  • Market data

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  • Cboe UK 100

    The Cboe UK 100 index aims to be comprised of the largest 100 listed companies in the UK, ranked by their full market capitalisation. The value of the index is, for comparison purposes, equivalent to 10% of the FTSE 100 index.

  • Cboe UK 250

    The Cboe UK 250 index is comparable to the FTSE 250; it is made up of the next largest 250 UK public companies ranked by market cap and is a price return index. The index base level was 10,000 at its launch in 2010.

  • Cboe UK Small Companies

    This index is comparable to the FTSE Small Cap index; it contains the companies in the Cboe UK All Companies index that are not constituents of the Cboe UK 350. It is a price return index and upon its launch in 2010, its base level was 10,000.

Which account is right for you?

  • Dealing Account

    For individuals or a group of up to four people, access global investments with this flexible, unrestricted account

  • Flexible ISA

    Invest up to £20,000 per year, take advantage of tax-free investing, and access your money at any time

  • Self-Invested Personal Pension

    Enjoy more control and access to a wider range of investment options and benefit from attractive tax advantages

  • Lifetime ISA

    Available for those aged 18-39, you can invest up to £4,000 per year and the government will add a 25% bonus up to a maximum of £1,000

The EQi podcast

  • 30.03.20

    Welcome to The Smart Money podcast!

    What should any self-investor know about risk? How much time should I commit?

    In the first episode of The Smart Money, Mark Grotzke shares his insights from 40 years of wealth management and financial advice, and answers questions about how to be an effective self-investor.

  • 02.04.20

    Investing during COVID-19: Special episode

    In this special edition of The Smart Money, Vanessa Howard talks to former wealth manager and self-investor Mark Grotzke, about the factors that matter when preserving the value of your portfolio during significant market volatility.

  • 10.06.20

    Episode 3: Edmund says act your age

    We set out to find out how you can get investing working for you in every decade but financial journalist Edmund Greaves also reveals how getting more for your money links an ex-guerrilla coffee collective in Nicaragua and an investing club for retired women in North Yorkshire.

  • 14.08.20

    Episode 4: Breaking down the myths

    Award-winning financial journalist Paul Thomas tackles common myths about investing, covering volatility, gambling, trading, Hollywood and even the price of milk. By unpicking some misconceptions, you might hear some useful insights into how to ‘get rich, slow’.