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Rowanmoor Executive Pensions has revealed a 214% increase in profitability and a 7% increase in client numbers, according to its latest figures.
Platforms and pensions consultancy the lang cat, has hit out at direct investment charging structures, which it says leave investors with “all the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle but no clear picture of what the finished version should look like.”   
Sipp provider Aviva’s adviser platform boosted assets under management by 11% in the first half of this year.
Glasgow-based SIPP firm @sipp has announced a two-fold increase in profits for the year ended 31 March.
Robo adviser Investec Click & Invest is planning to launch a SIPP by the end of the year,  the company’s chief executive has revealed. 
A skilled persons review has called for a raft of compliance and governance improvements at international SIPP and cross border financial services group STM which saw its chief executive arrested in Gibraltar last year.
Aegon has warned that concerns over investing in unregulated investments could damage how consumers view SIPPs despite few SIPPS allowing unregulated investments.
The AMPS conference in London yesterday featured a warning on the increasing proliferation of  ‘ambulance chaser’ companies seeking to press claims against SIPP providers.
The FSCS has defended itself against suggestions it takes a punitive, enforcement approach against those firms deemed in default.

Seven Investment Management (7IM) has become a pension provider this week by launching its own Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) with no annual fee on accounts above £75,000.

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