Ethical Unit-linked ISA
For Child Trust Fund holders when they’ve turned 18
If your client has a Healthy Investment Ethical Child Trust it will, on their 18th birthday, automatically convert to an adult Healthy Investment Ethical Unit-linked ISA, with all of the same features, benefits and risks as the existing Child Trust Fund.
They don’t have to do anything, it will continue to be invested until they need it for their financial future.
A wide range of
Our Ethical Unit-linked ISA invests in a mix of UK and global stocks and shares, fixed interest bonds, commercial property and cash deposits.
they need it
Your client can leave their investment until they're ready to use it for something important. When they need it they can withdraw it whenever they want.
Keeping track of
Every week we publish the price of each unit held in the ISA to help you and your client see the current value of the investment.
In addition to the amount that has been automatically transferred from your client's CTF they can add to the ISA whenever they want – up to the government maximum of £20,000.
The Ethical Unit-linked ISA should be seen as a medium to long term investment but is very flexible, money can be added or withdrawn at any time.
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Every child born in the UK between 1 September 2002 and 2 January 2011 will have a Child Trust Fund (CTF).
They were opened with a voucher given to parents or guardians and designed to encourage long term savings to give young people a good financial start to adult life. The government made an initial contribution of either £250 or £500 (later reduced to £50) and once opened parents, grandparents and family friends could make additional investments into the fund, up to an annual limit that was set by the government.
Many parents and guardians chose not to invest the voucher and let HM Revenue & Customs, who ran the scheme for the government, allocate the voucher to one of a number of providers including Healthy Investment who were specially selected to operate Stakeholder CTFs.
The Healthy Investment Ethical Child Trust Fund is not a Stakeholder Child Trust Fund. It invests in a range of stocks and shares, government and corporate bonds, commercial property and cash deposits.
It invests the child's CTF ethically. As well as avoiding investments in industries that cause harm to individuals and the environment, it seeks out those that are making a positive impact on the world.
The mix of assets is slightly less risky than those in the Stakeholder CTF and may be less volatile but over the course of the investment may not generate as big a return.
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