The Barbican ISA – What You Need To Know

When considering investment opportunities, it can be difficult to understand exactly the qualities and properties of each investment opportunity. From cash ISAs to stocks and shares ISAs and IFISAs like the Barbican ISA, there are many factors that can impact your investment considerations.

That’s why we have compiled what you need to know about the Barbican ISA, including potential return on investment, term length and the type of ISA that Barbican is.

Key Facts About The Barbican ISA:

  • The Barbican ISA is an Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA)
  • The Barbican Bond offers interest of up to 7% per annum
  • The minimum you can invest in the Barbican bond is £2,000
  • You can receive up to £20,000 return tax free*
  • Your portfolio is entirely online
  • You can transfer your existing ISA to Barbican
  • You are eligible to invest in Barbican if you are a UK resident aged 18 and over
  • The length of the bond, or the bond period, is 3 years
  • The bond is asset backed**

Why Barbican?

The Barbican ISA offers asset backed savings of 7% per annum. In addition to potentially seeing healthy returns after the 3 year period, you will also be investing in an opportunity that will ultimately finance sustainable investment into the Barbican Group, one of the leading specialist care providers in the UK.

Barbican Group currently supplies services to just under 50% of the UK’s 180 local authorities and operates 83 specialised healthcare properties. Your IFISA investment will primarily go towards expanding the current portfolio, refurbishing existing homes to maximise efficiency, and financing the Group.

As an investment example, thanks to 7% interest pa, an investment of £5,000 could be worth £6,050 in 3 years time, while an investment of £11,000 could be worth £13,310 over that same period.

The Barbican ISA is focused on bringing you an Innovative Finance ISA product in relation to bonds which is high interest yielding (7% pa). Click here to find out more about Barbican and The Barbican ISA.

*Tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of each investor and may be subject to change in the future

**The fact that the bond is asset-backed would not guarantee that all capital would be repaid. This also means that there is a liquidity risk and there is likely to be a delay in repaying your capital should you request it.

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