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Transfer to a OneFamily Junior ISA

How to transfer a JISA

We make it as simple as possible to transfer a Junior ISA from another provider to us, and we won't charge you to do this. However, please do check with your current provider in case they have any charges.

  1. Make sure our Junior ISA is the product you're looking for by reading the Important Information booklets
  2. Choose the fund that's right for you by reading the Key Investor Information documents
  3. Send us your completed transfer form - via post only: FREEPOST ONEFAMILY (this is the full address)

Frequently asked questions - transferring to a OneFamily Junior ISA

In a cash Junior ISA, your money is held as cash and interest is paid on the total amount. A Stocks & Shares Junior ISA invests your money into different assets including company shares, bonds, fixed interest assets and property. The price of these change daily, so your account value will go up and down.

Our Junior ISA invests in stocks and shares. Stocks and shares are usually considered a good option if investing over the longer term as this helps even out fluctuations in the stock market and provides good growth potential. However, this comes with a degree of risk. The value of stocks and shares can go down as well as up. Whilst this is normal for stocks and shares it does mean that your child could get back less than is paid in.

Two Junior ISA options to choose from

Please read all relevant documents below to get an understanding about how each fund is invested, then choose the fund that suits you best. As our Junior ISA invests in stocks & shares, its value can go down as well as up, so your child could get less than was paid in.