SIPP

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SIPP

(in the UK) a self-invested personal pension, a pension plan that enables the holder to choose and manage the investments made
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Savills, on behalf of HDD Stanground Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Development Securities Plc, has sold the Cardea District Centre in Stanground, Peterborough to a Self-Invested Pension Plan (SIPP) managed by London and Cambridge Properties for Au1,025,000.
LEEDS Building Society have launched a range of competitive deposit accounts in a bid to break into the self-invested pension plan market.
In addition, 15% of employers (24% in the case of larger employers) are considering setting up a corporate group self-invested pension plan, in part to enable employees to roll over tax on company shares effectively.
Leading fund manager Rathbone Greenbank is launching a new SIPP (self-invested pension plan) which will enable these green companies to keep you in old age.
Alternative investments, particularly wine, were given a lift last year on expectations that a reform to British pension rules would enable investors to put a range of assets, including exotic investments, in a self-invested pension plan (SIPP) and qualify for pension tax relief.