October Sipp survey: Facing down the headwinds

  • Learn about the current Sipp market
  • Be able to describe the types of Sipp products currently available
  • Grasp how the market is evolving
October Sipp survey: Facing down the headwinds

Self-invested personal pensions (Sipps) had a slow start to life in the 1990s. The growth spurt that followed during Sipps’ teenage years has carried on into their 20s, with the 2015 pension freedoms simply providing the latest boost.

The content you are trying to access is only available to users with an subscription

Subscribe to FTAdviser now for:

- Full access to articles written by the Money Management team

- No limit to the number of articles you can read every month

- The ability to use Money Management's uniquely prepared fund statistics - on the web, or by downloading a pdf

Unlock unlimited articles


  1. According to Mr Clark, what would help to further reduce the risk of Sipp savers being caught by scammers?

  2. What does Mr Young say about the capital adequacy requirements?

  3. What is stated to be an anticipated fall-out from the capital adequacy requirements?

  4. Which firm is currently meeting 75 per cent of its capital requirements via Tier 2 instruments?

  5. Mr Curtis states: “Provided a policy is justified, fair and demonstrable, the regulator is unlikely to be concerned." What is he referring to?

  6. Earlier this year, the FCA acknowledged how many providers were still falling short of its capital adequacy requirements?

Nearly There…

You have successfully answered all the questions correctly, well done! To bank your CPD please complete the form below.

What did you learn from undertaking this CPD exercise?

Why did you undertake this piece of learning?


Congratulations, you have successfully completed and banked this piece of CPD

Already Banked!

You have already banked for this article.

To bank your CPD you must or


One or more questions have been incorrectly answered,
 please review your answers and try again.

Please enter what you have learnt and why you completed this CPD.

More Pensions CPDSee my completed CPDSee all CPD