Latest News - Martin Tilley
Advisers demand Sipp providers take more responsibility
Change is on the horizon for the Sipp market, as the regulator cracks down on bad practice.By Martin Tilley - 10 May 2018, 10:27
Right to reply: Small Sipp struggles are exaggerated
Small Sipp providers are not in as bad a position as Abraham Okusanya suggested, argue Amps chairman Zachary Gallagher and Dentons Pension Management director of technical services Martin Tilley.
Comment: Financial stability should be top Sipp priority
A year on from the FCA's increase to Sipp providers' capital adequacy benchmark, financial stability should top the list when choosing a Sipp provider.
Sipp investors set to suffer as small providers' pain persists
Owners of independent Sipp providers, particularly those in the medium or higher end of the market and catering for bespoke investment, might feel justifiably displeased at recent events’ impact on their strategy, profitability and perhaps even their existence.
SSAS Strategies: Motor firm finds best vehicle for savings success
If Rod, Janice and their sons transfer their Sipp savings into a company SSAS, the parents can fund their gradual retirement and pass the premises to their offspring more cost efficiently
Sipp Strategies: Pair pick up reward for nabbing police station
Jason and Toby want to expand their business and retain trusted local staff, so buy an old police station via Sipps, which gives them capital growth.
Sipp Strategies: Property purchase key to business expansion
Purchasing a commercial property through three individual Sipps could help achieve a firm's plans for expansion.