You can start by investing as little as £50 a month
Invest in your future wealth, and health, with a range of unique investment plans. With some investing, your capital could be at risk.
The only investment provider that gives you a discount for being healthy
We’re living longer. And we all want the wealth and good health to enjoy it. That's why we've combined wellness and savings. If you invest with us, and track your healthy habits, you could pay no product charge.
Your investment options
Three simple ways to invest.
Stocks and Shares ISA
Invest across a range of funds with a flexible, tax-efficient plan. You can invest up to £20,000 this tax year.
A tax-free way to invest in your child’s future. You can invest up to £9,000 in their JISA this tax year.
Retirement Plan - available through financial advisers
Our Retirement Plan is a unique personal pension. Available through financial advisers.
Why invest with Vitality?
Invest from £50 a month, or an initial payment of £1,500
✓ Funds from world-leading investment partners
✓ You could pay no product charge
Invest in Vitality funds, track your healthy habits, and you could pay no
✓ Get discounts and rewards
Get discounts on gym memberships, a weekly drink from Caffè Nero,
activity trackers and more.
Funds from world-leading investment partnersWe’ve partnered with Vanguard, SEI, and Ninety-One. Together they manage over £4.5 trillion1, so your money is in experienced hands. We also offer a range of third-party funds from over 50 other leading investment managers.
More on our fund range
Your investment allowances
This tax year you can invest:
• Up to £20,000 into a Stocks and Shares ISA
• Up to £9,000 into a Junior ISA
• Up to £40,000 into a personal pension.
You may be able to carry over your tax allowance from previous tax years though. For those who have access to money in their retirement plans, a lower allowance may apply. Speak to a financial adviser for more information.
SEI Investments assets under management at January 2020: £272 billion
Ninety One assets under management at 30 June 2019: £118.9 billion