Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPP) offer a fantastic level of flexibility and control over investment choices, making them particularly attractive as a retirement vehicle.  

We are committed to providing an excellent personal service, which is achieved through direct access to a dedicated point of contact. As of 1 January 2019 our SIPP portfolio includes over 19,000 SIPPs, £4bn in assets under administration (AUA) and over 1,300 commercial properties. We have accumulated significant experience in direct investment in commercial property and other bespoke investment options. 

We currently have the following two SIPP products; our Flexible SIPP - a ‘lite’ SIPP and bespoke SIPP in one to give you the best of both worlds and our Barnett Waddingham SIPP, which closed to new business at the end of June 2014. Please note we continue to serve clients in this SIPP

Flexible SIPP

The Flexible SIPP provides advisers with the peace of mind of a high quality service with direct access to a dedicated point of contact.

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BW SIPP’s financial strength rated ‘B’ by AKG

Demonstrating continued commitment in our SIPP business. Find out more download the full report.

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We provide financial advisers with the technical back-up and expertise that helps support your business and your clients, both now and into the future.  For instance, you can expect a dedicated point of contact, annual CPD-accredited seminars and in-depth technical briefings.

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We strongly suggest you seek financial advice prior to application and during the lifespan of a SIPP.

If you wish to find a financial adviser, we suggest you visit www.unbiased.co.uk.

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Please note: we do not offer any financial advice on the suitability of SIPPs or on any investments made and would strongly recommend that members work with a financial adviser.


Complaints

You may use the EU online dispute resolution (ODR) platform.  The platform is developed and run by the European Commission designed to help EU consumers who have bought goods or services on line from a trader based elsewhere in the EU. The ODR will refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS).