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We can now advise you on a range of financial matters to help you reach your goals.

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Coronavirus help and support

Our purpose as a company is to build better financial futures and we’re here to support you in doing that through these challenging times. Read more about how we’re supporting customers and colleagues or for updates to our service.

Scam warning: Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bonds.

We have been made aware of recent fraudulent activity using the Fidelity International name to promote a ‘Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bond’.
 

If you’ve received a letter from Legal & General about moving to Fidelity, find out more about what the move could mean for you.

Important information - please keep in mind that the value of investments can fall as well as rise, so you may get back less than you invest.

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Choose your ISA funds with our expert's help

Tom Stevenson, our Investment Director, reveals his ISA fund picks for 2021.

Get in early for this year's ISA

You have a new £20,000 ISA allowance. Investing early could make a difference.

Dealing with volatile markets

As markets already weakened by Coronavirus suffer further from falling oil prices, it’s worth remembering some of the concepts that can help cope with volatility

An intro to volatility and risk

Understanding the difference between volatility and risk can help you deal with unnerving markets.

Regular savings and volatility

Making smaller investments at regular intervals can remove some of the worry about when to invest, and help you take advantage of changes in price.

Diversification and volatility

Holding a diverse range of asset classes in line with your goals and risk tolerance will help minimise the impact of one on your portfolio.

Markets & insights

Fasten your seatbelts

But don’t be fazed by volatility


Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson

Investment Director

10 questions investors need to ask amid turbulent markets

How to check your investments are on the right course


Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson

Investment Director

Why are markets hoping for bad news?

Inflation jitters are starting to kick in


Toby Sims

Toby Sims

Fidelity Personal Investing

*Across Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and South America. Source: Fidelity International, 31 March 2019.