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Barnett Waddingham selects GBST to support Sipp administration

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Barnett Waddingham has chosen technology provider GBST to support the administration of its Sipp business.

GBST’s ‘Composer’ platform will provide administrative support to new and existing BW Sipp clients.

BW Sipp chief executive Julia Bassett says: “With increased capital adequacy requirements, major changes to illustrations and the FSA’s thematic review all underway, upgrading our Sipp administration platform provides us with the capacity to meet these challenges head on.

“GBST’s Composer platform offers the flexibility needed to deliver bespoke Sipps to our existing clients while allowing us to innovate and bring new products to market faster.”

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