Barnett Waddingham expands Sipp panel

Bespoke self-invested personal pensions provider Barnett Waddingham has added Brewin Dolphin, Charles Stanley and Rowan Dartington to its discretionary fund management panel for self invested personal pension members.

With a combined £40bn of assets under management for private clients, the three wealth managers will offer professional advisers a wider range of investment solutions to meet client demands.

Julia Bassett, chief executive officer of Barnett Waddingham Sipp, said: “Many advisers are choosing to concentrate on financial planning and outsource investment management, and partnerships of this nature are essential to allow us to respond to the need for a greater choice of Sipp investment solutions.

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“Outsourcing the investment element of the client proposition makes working with the right partners all the more important.”

In May, Barnett Waddingham bought Origen’s small self-administered pension book, marking the end of the Aegon-owned Origen’s activity in the pensions administration and trustee market.