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SIPPs and SSAS firm Dentons Pension Management has made a series of new appointments.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has revealed it has so far paid out £1.1m to former Active Wealth clients hit by the British Steel pensions debacle.
As the last of the mince pies are eaten and the decorations all taken down, thoughts turn to what 2019 will bring for the SIPP market. While SIPPs received a lot of negative attention in 2018, advisers and their clients still see the benefits of investing in this tax efficient way.
SIPPs and SSAS firm Talbot and Muir has warned that many SSAS arrangements are being charged high fees but receiving little or no service. 
SIPPs firm Curtis Banks has revealed that its chief financial officer, Paul Tarran, is to stand down and resign from the board.
A former EastEnders and Grange Hill actor is one of the latest batch of recruits to AFH’s team of IFAs.
Client wins at James Hay fell by 22% in the first 10 months of the year according to parent company IFG’s latest trading update.
It is almost exactly one year since Revenue Scotland reversed its decision to levy Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) on in-specie transfers between SIPP or SSAS providers. The reversal followed almost two years of industry debates, and indeed efforts to have the original decision overturned.
Curtis Banks, one of the UK’s biggest SIPP providers, has completed the purchase of wealth manager Hargreave Hale’s £180m SIPP book.
Platform and SIPP operator AJ Bell’s market capitalisation is will be “approximately £651m”, the company has revealed.
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