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Make the most
of your investments

Orca ISAs change the game. With an ISA you invest, you gain and you don’t pay capital gains or UK dividends tax up to £20,000. Open an ISA right in the Orca app. Remember that your capital is at risk.

Terms and conditions apply. Click here for more details.

How do you benefit from stock and shares ISA's?

  • Easy

    It doesn’t take being an experienced investor to open an ISA

  • Start at just £1

    No time like the present. Don’t put off your investing ambitions

  • Economical

    Don't think about taxes or ISA fees, UK residents can contribute up to £20k a year tax-free

Why open an ISA with Orca?
  • Price. Opening and keeping ISAs is completely free in Orca.

  • Time. While in the app, click ‘ISA’ , agree to the conditions and you’re set.

  • FSCS protection. In the case of the insolvency of Orca or our custodian, your funds will be protected up to £85k.

  • Transparency. No hidden fees or subscriptions.

  • Education. You’ll have access to our simply-stated and witty educational articles.

  • Friendly support 24/7. Resolve your questions quickly and effectively with a real person on the other end.

How to open an Orca
Stocks and Shares ISA?

While in the app, click ‘ISA’
While in the app, click ‘ISA’
Agree to the conditions
Agree to the conditions
Congratulations!
Congratulations!

Remember that your capital is at risk. The value of your investment and the income derived from it can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you originally invested. The tax advantages of ISAs may change in the future and also depend on your individual circumstances.

For more info, see our ISA terms & conditions

Orca App Ltd is an appointed representative of Risk Save Technologies Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 775330).

Your money is protected up to £85,000 by the FSCS scheme. If Orca App Ltd is declared to be in default and cannot meet its obligations, you may be able to claim compensation. The FSCS doesn’t cover losses in the event the value of your investments go down. Your capital is at risk. See the FSCS website for further details.