News › Shepherds Friendly announce 3% bonus on Stocks and Shares ISA for 10th consecutive year

Shepherds Friendly announce 3% bonus on Stocks and Shares ISA for 10th consecutive year

12 Mar, 2018

Our Stocks and Shares ISA has proved a real winner with our members for many years and we were therefore naturally delighted to be able to announce a 3% bonus once again this year. This makes it 10 years in a row that plan holders have been able to enjoy this level of bonus return, which is great news for both intermediaries and their clients.

Chief executive, Ann-Marie O’Dea, commented:

“The Society has maintained its strong growth performance over the past 12 months, meaning we have been able to reward our members with a 3% ISA bonus once again.  Indeed, we are immensely proud of our record of being able to offer members bonuses for the past 15 years across our full range of investment plans

Plan holders of a Stocks and Shares ISA are now able to view and manage their savings online, thanks to the recent introduction of “Your Account”, a new dedicated member log-in facility available on the Shepherds Friendly website. This is already proving to be very popular with our members.

For clients wishing to open an ISA you’ll find this is a quick and easy procedure on our website. Similarly, for clients looking to transfer funds from an existing ISA provider, the whole process can be handled smoothly and efficiently for them by our Member Services Team.

You can find out more about our Stocks and Shares ISA by visiting our product page here, or by logging into the Shepherds Friendly intermediary website

*When you take out an investment product with us the capital is at risk.  Investment growth is by means of bonuses, the amount of which cannot be guaranteed throughout the term of the contract. Past performance cannot be taken as a guarantee of future returns.

Please note: All information within our news stories is correct at the time of publication, and we make every effort to keep content accurate. However sometimes information may be out of date. You should not rely on this information when making financial decisions as no financial advice has been given.

Next Steps

Register now