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The most important points are regulation and taxation. The European variants usually have UCITS tagged on at the end of the name. But I find it hard to believe any institutional investor would believe that the UCITS versions of such major ETFs were dramatically safer (as a result of conforming to UCITS) and therefore worth the increased TER. To my ...


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Find another ISA provider that will allow the shares you currently hold even though you are EU resident. You will also need to check that they accept transfers of shares (as they are not obliged to do so). I can't say whether you will find any. Then ask the new provider to transfer the assets in specie from your old ISA to the new provider in an ISA account. ...


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