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Barnett Waddingham
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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 2017 our SIPP portfolio includes over 4,000 SIPPs, £1.5bn in assets under administration (AUA) and over 1,250 commercial properties. We have accumulated significant experience in direct investment in commercial property and other bespoke investment options. 

Our products

We currently have the following SIPP products:

  • Flexible SIPP - a ‘lite’ SIPP and a bespoke SIPP in one – the best of both worlds
  • The Barnett Waddingham SIPP - this closed to new business at the end of June 2014 although we continue to serve clients in this SIPP

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Reasons why Barnett Waddingham is a leading SIPP provider

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 .  More information can be found here. The ODR will refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS).

 

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Blogs

  • Picture for Don’t believe everything you hear!
    Don’t believe everything you hear!

    For the first time in my life I have my very own garden. The only problem is I have no idea what to do with it. I imagine some people feel a similar sort of bewilderment when they think about their pension savings. James Jones-Tinsley explores.

  • Picture for Legal Entity Identifiers: what are they - and does your SSAS need one?
    Legal Entity Identifiers: what are they - and does your SSAS need one?

    You may need to obtain a reference from the London Stock Exchange, in order for the scheme trustees to carry on investing after 2 January 2018, because of new legislation. James Jones-Tinsley explores.

  • Picture for We do look back in anger, MPAA
    We do look back in anger, MPAA

    James Jones-Tinsley looks at the time it is taking for legislation to get through Parliament.

  • How long should drawdown fund last?

    Answering the killer-question: How long does my drawdown fund need to last?

  • Property Purchase Guidance

    SSASs are able to purchase commercial property as well as commercial and agricultural land. This briefing note summarises the main issues which the trustees of a SSAS should consider when undertaking an investment in property.

  • Self-Invested Pensions Seminars - Technical Takeaway

    We discuss key points arising from our recent self-invested pensions seminars, including a resume of what has occurred in self-invested pensions and pension planning for those about to draw or who are already drawing benefits from their pension fund.

  • Jun 9 2016
    Webinar - Self-Invested Pensions: post-Budget 2016

    In place of a threatened radical overhaul to pensions tax relief, Budget 2016 introduced numerous smaller measures impacting pension savings. Our webinar hosted will guide you through the latest updates following the budget.

    Location: Webinar

  • Gold bullion: the only physical commodity allowed in a SIPP or SSAS

    The FCA has added physical gold Bullion to its list of ‘standard assets', and is the only physical commodity allowed in a SIPP or SSAS. This case study shows how an investor can end up with commodities other than gold Bullion in a self-invested pension.

  • By GAD! Drawdown yields to lower levels

    Without warning, new Government Actuary’s Department tables for capped drawdown suddenly appeared from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) on 18 January 2017. This case study reviews what impact changes to the GAD tables might have on 65 year old Donald.

  • Using a SSAS loan-back to assist a company’s expansion plans

    Employer loan-backs are the unique feature of a SSAS. As the following case study serves to illustrate, SSAS loan-backs continue to offer an alternative source of finance for businesses, and an attractive investment for the SSAS member trustees.

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Barnett Waddingham’s SIPP and SSAS teams have been awarded a ‘silver’ rating by independent assessor Investor in Customers.

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