Meet Our Sponsor: Orbis Access

Ga Ga Theatre was delighted to have the support of Orbis Access for their show, Mrs Armitage and the Big Wave, the first ever adaptation of Quentin Blake’s classic picture book. Like Mrs. Armitage, Orbis Access believe in the importance of building a nest egg; you never know when you may need the funds for an inflatable desert island, umbrella with pink spots, avocado burger or some crunchy dog biscuits.

Orbis Access, an online investment company, was created with a single mission – to make investing simple and accessible to everyone. Anyone can invest from as little as £1. They are part of Orbis Investments, a successful fund manager with over 25 years of experience, managing around £15bn.

Investing in Kids’ Futures

Orbis Access wants to help you set your kids up for the future. Their Junior ISA product comes with a unique fee-free offer.

  • They waive fund management fees on any money invested within the first 12 months of setting up a Junior Stocks & Shares ISA with them. The money invested will remain free of fees right until your child turns 18!
  • Plus, any money transferred in from an existing Junior ISA or Child Trust Fund within the first 12 months is included in their offer.
  • The 12 month offer period is from the time the Junior ISA is opened, which can span two tax years. This means, it covers up to two full annual allowances, not just one.
  • After the 12 months are up, additional contributions to the account only attract fees when their funds outperform and beat their benchmark. This is in stark contrast to the vast majority of providers who charge fees no matter how their funds perform.

All of this means you could save a lot in fees – and more stays in your child’s Junior ISA!

Check out just how much you could potentially save, or see for yourself with their fee calculator:

First year’s contribution Years invested Potential savings*
£2,000 10 £329
£4,000 10 £658
£10,000 10 £1,646

* To illustrate how much you could save, they’ve taken an example of a Junior ISA with holdings in an actively managed fund that has an annual growth rate of 5% and fees of 1.33%. However, estimated fees are based on projected annual returns, which are not a reliable indicator of future performance.


The value of investments in a Junior Stocks & Shares ISA may go down as well as up, so you may not get back the amount you originally invested.

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