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Who can manage the investments within a Junior Stocks and Shares ISA?

The person who sets up a Junior ISA for a child is responsible for managing the account until the child turns 16 and can become the main account holder (withdrawals are not possible until the child is 18). This means they will receive statements as the ‘registered contact’ and will be able to choose how the child’s savings should be invested. Upon the child reaching the age of 18, the Junior ISA will convert to an adult ISA.