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APCIMS calls for individual shares to be held in pensions


The Association of Private Client Investment Managers and Stockbrokers has called for individual share holdings to be included in the Personal Pension Investment.


Apcims argues that by excluding individual share holdings the Government is contravening its budget commitment to widen share ownership.


The Association&#39s submission to the Treasury also calls for the inclusion of gilts and bonds within the PPI proposals, measures to ensure sound financial advice is provided, the removal of the drawdown age limit of 75 and a widening of Self-Invested Personal pension rules.

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