Invest in Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)

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Unlimited commission-free trading

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Start from just £10

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Invest in Fractional Shares & ETFs

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Invest with a Wombat Standard GIA or ISA

Remember, your capital is risk.

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Why invest in ETFs?


ETFs are not only a great way to gain exposure to major stock market indices, like the S&P 500 or FTSE 100, but also enable you to access more niche markets or specific sectors.


When buying ETFs, you invest in a basket of stocks that will mirror how a specific index or sector performs without buying all the stocks individually.


Exchange-traded funds are exempt from the 0.50% stamp duty. Hold your ETFs as part of an ISA or SIPP tax wrapper, and you can access additional tax benefits.

Low costs

ETFs have less management fees involved. They also tend to be less costly than purchasing individual shares - fewer transactions, less trading costs.

Our promise

We take your money as seriously as you do.

FSCS Protected​

Your money may be protected up to £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)


Bank-level encryption. No data sharing with third parties without consent.


 Loved by new and experienced investors alike. 

Fractional shares

Don’t want an entire share? Own a piece of your favourite brands from just £10.

Start with £10

Investing used to be a rich person’s game. Not anymore. With Wombat, you can start investing from just £10.

Commission-free trading

Seize as many opportunities as you want with unlimited commission-free trading on Instant. Buy and sell without the wait. Remember, your capital is at risk. Foreign exchange & other fees may apply, please see our pricing table

Enjoy simple, accessible investing

Invest with confidence, not with high fees. Other fees may apply, please see our pricing table

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Unlimited commission-free trading

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Open a GIA or ISA and start investing in minutes

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Fractional shares in world-leading brands

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UK-based customer support team, available 7 days a week, 365 days a year

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Access to the Wombat Learning Hub

See what our customers love about Wombat

Frequently asked questions​

What is Wombat?
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Our goal is to make investing easy and accessible to everyone! You can start with just £10. Set up “auto-deposits” to deposit money on a monthly basis, or round up your everyday purchases and invest the spare change into hundreds of global companies. Click here to find out more!*Investments can offer higher returns than savings accounts over the long term, typically for at least 5 years or more. All investments carry varying degrees of risk, and you may get back less than you invest.

How do I sign up?
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Just download the app and you’ll be up and running in minutes! You will need your bank account details, some ID, and your National Insurance Number. If you choose to enable round ups, we’ll also need your personal online banking details.

Can I use a Wombat account if I don’t have a National Insurance number?
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A National Insurance Number is required to open a Wombat Account.

How does it work?
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We’ve created investment ‘themes’ that allow you to easily invest in a collection of companies or brands that are aligned with your lifestyle, interests, and beliefs. Get started with just a £10 one-off deposit, or contribute monthly via our Auto Invest function.You can also use Round Ups to round up your everyday purchases to the nearest pound and send the spare change to your Wombat cash account. You can pause or resume Round Ups at any time.If you’ve got any questions, don't hesitate to drop us a message at!

What’s the minimum amount of money I can start with?
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You can start investing on Wombat with as little as £10.

Can I use Wombat if I live outside the UK?
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Wombat is currently only available in the UK. We will provide updates when this changes.