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Sipps & Ssas

Latest News

Aug 30, 2016

Fos criticises Sipp transfer advice to dying client

Ombudsman rules firm couldn’t give suitable advice without considering possible investments.

Aug 25, 2016

Sipp liability in balance as Ombudsmen talks continue

Neither side willing to put a deadline on the discussions.

From Your Industry| Aug 25, 2016

James Hay Partnership profits up amid rate cut warning

Assets under administration at James Hay Partnership are up 16 per cent, from £17.5bn to £20.3bn.

Aug 24, 2016

Dentons defends Sipp providers’ stance on ‘interest turn’

Regulator has made it clear that interest rate trail should be disclosed, says Sipp provider.

Aug 23, 2016

Sipp providers told to stop pocketing interest

Transparency issues are increasingly important with the FCA’s capital adequacy rules coming into force on 1 September

Aug 23, 2016

Sipp providers told to stop pocketing interest

Transparency issues are increasingly important with the FCA’s capital adequacy rules coming into force on 1 September.

Analysis & Opinion
The 30-day challenge

Aug 22, 2016

The 30-day challenge

When the new capital adequacy rules on Sipps are implemented from September, operators will have to differentiate between holding standard and...

Opening doors for small companies

Pensions| Aug 19, 2016

Opening doors for small companies

There are plenty of options for business owners to get the most from their pensions, Claire Trott writes.

Product review: Talbot and Muir Sipp

Review| Jul 22, 2016

Product review: Talbot and Muir Sipp

Latest Sipp from Talbot and Muir gets rid of any confusion and transfer fees.

Recent Articles
  1. Tax avoidance and scary Sipps: the week in news
    From Your Industry| Aug 19, 2016

    Tax avoidance and scary Sipps: the week in news

    The future of tax policy and more accusations thrown at the ombudsman also feature in the round-up.

  2. Small Sipp providers to continue going bust
    Aug 18, 2016

    Small Sipp providers to continue going bust

    Reputational damage, rising compliance and capital costs all to blame for firms going out of business

  3. Small Sipp providers set to continue to go bust
    Aug 18, 2016

    Small Sipp providers set to continue to go bust

    Reputational damage, rising compliance and capital costs all to blame for firms going out of business.

  4. Embark chief pledges Rowanmoor capital and tech boost
    From Your Industry| Aug 16, 2016

    Embark chief pledges Rowanmoor capital and tech boost

    Phil Smith explains cash injections will come but the firm’s fundamentals will not be altered.

  5. Harlequin set to topple Sipp providers
    FTAdviser BlogonInvestments| Aug 15, 2016

    Harlequin set to topple Sipp providers

    This chain of events has the potential to send shockwaves through the sector.

  6. Xafinity extends property transfer offer
    Aug 08, 2016

    Xafinity extends property transfer offer

    Provider says it will waive its property set up fee of £850.

  7. Sipp boss demands even stricter FCA cap ad rules
    Aug 08, 2016

    Sipp boss demands even stricter FCA cap ad rules

    Regulator should focus on available cash, after getting providers up to scratch on illiquid assets.

  8. Adviser told to pay up after recommending Sipp
    Aug 04, 2016

    Adviser told to pay up after recommending Sipp

    Ombudsman rules client had no need for a Sipp and could have stayed in his existing pension.

  9. Freedoms save retirees from BoE hit to annuity rates
    Personal Pensions| Aug 04, 2016

    Freedoms save retirees from BoE hit to annuity rates

    Pensioners who would historically have been forced to buy an annuity can avoid futher cuts to annuity rates as a result of BoE cut.

  10. Advisers concerned by tenfold surge in Sipp use
    Aug 04, 2016

    Advisers concerned by tenfold surge in Sipp use

    Number of Sipps sold goes up more than ten-fold, according to ABI figures.

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