Hargreaves Lansdown Cash ISA with multiple spread options launches

Platform aiming to make it easier to subscribe to multiple ISA products

Hope Coumbe
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Hargreaves Lansdown is launching what it terms the UK’s only Cash ISA platform that allows clients to spread access across multiple products and banks.

The Active Savings Cash ISA has launched today (30 January) across all UK banks and building societies on its panel and has access to Cash ISAs from other banks with annual equivalent rate interest as high as 4.63%. In line with new rules announced in last year's Autumn Statement, Hargreaves Lansdown said its platform will look to improve the process for client's subscribing to multiple ISA products in the new tax year. "This reduces the complexities for clients," said head of active savings Mark Hicks. "Taking advantage of Cash ISAs is becoming increasingly important for clients as...

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