Invest the way that suits you

For further information on whether investing is right for you, take a look at our Guide to investing. It will help you explore your needs, goals and investment objectives and your understanding of investment risk.

If you're confident to self invest

Santander’s Investment Hub puts you in control of your money.

  • You can manage your investments at anytime online
  • You can invest from £20 per month, or a lump sum from £100

You can choose from a range of funds from across the market, or from Santander Asset Management UK Limited.

If you’d like advice

Our Financial Planning Managers will advise you and make recommendations from a range of solutions which are restricted to fixed term deposits from Santander, fixed term investments administered by Santander ISA Managers Limited and investment funds from Santander Asset Management UK Limited.

Our Financial Planning Service is available if you have:

  • at least £50,000 to invest; or
  • £25,000 to invest, which along with your existing Santander investments will total at least £50,000.

If you don't meet our criteria you should seek independent financial advice, please visit

Ready to start?

If you’d like to self invest, click on register where you’ll find more information about the Investment Hub and how you can register.

If you’d like more information on how to register then you can read our handy registration guide and see how you can open an account, choose where to invest and track how your investments are performing.

Alternatively, if you’re looking for advice from one of our Financial Planning Managers please call us on 0800 085 1644 to book an appointment.

Or if you'd like more information on our savings options.


Important Information

Please remember the value of your investments and any income from them can go down as well as up and you may get back less than the full amount you invest. When you invest you should be prepared to have your money invested for the medium to long term, typically at least 5 years.
With traditional savings your capital will grow when interest is added, however over time the real value will be affected by inflation. With investments, your capital isn’t guaranteed to grow, however they have more potential to balance the effects of inflation.
The tax treatment of your savings and investments, including the favourable tax treatment of ISAs, may be subject to change in the future and depends on your individual circumstances.