New ISA Transfer In Service

We’re pleased to launch our new ISA Transfer In Service.

This means:

New Ecology Cash ISA customers can bring across funds held in other Cash ISAs from previous tax years when opening their account.

Existing Ecology Cash ISA holders can now transfer ISA funds held elsewhere from previous tax years to their Ecology Cash ISA.

Visit the Ecology Cash ISA Information Sheet to find out more.

Pauline Crawford, Savings Product Manager at Ecology Building Society, said:

“I’m delighted to introduce this new service, which many of our existing Cash ISA holders have been asking for.

“Our Members know that, by saving with Ecology, they’re funding eco-friendly homes, affordable housing and community projects. In 2023, our Savers supported 310 sustainable properties and projects across the UK.

“By providing the opportunity for people to move their existing Cash ISA funds to us, we hope to make an even more amazing impact in the future.”

Key Product Details: Ecology Cash ISA

Current variable interest rate of 4.00% tax free* p.a/AER**

ISA form on a desk with a piggy bank and calculator
Documents about ISA Individual Savings Account and pen, piggy bank and calculator.

Ethical savings account that helps to support green and sustainable homes and businesses in the UK

The minimum amount to open and keep an Ecology Cash ISA is £25

The maximum ISA allowance is £20,000 for the 2024/2025 tax year

No-notice withdrawals; however, if a withdrawal is made, the value may only be replaced by further subscriptions where the annual investment limit for the relevant tax year has not been reached.

View your account, request withdrawals and send secure messages via our online service (restrictions apply)

This account is not available for children

Voting rights available (1)

*All ISA interest is paid tax-free, which means it’s exempt from income tax and no tax is deducted. Tax rules may change in future.
**AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and provides a means of comparing interest rates by showing what the rate would be if interest was paid and added once a year.

Voting rights are available to those individuals aged 18 or over whose account balance was not less than £100 between the Society’s previous financial year end (or other date as specified in the Rules) and the date of voting.

Published: 11 June 2024

Author: Pauline Crawford