If you have your Auto investment settings turned on, then all your deposits made by bank transfer will be automatically invested.

However, when you transfer an existing ISA into your account, we are unable to invest this automatically. As such, if you have your auto investment setting switched on and you receive a transfer in, you will need to:

  1. Switch off auto-investment by going to the “Invest” tab of your ISA dashboard.
  2. Manually invest the funds.
  3. Switch your auto-investment back on by going to the “Deposit” tab of your ISA dashboard.

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