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Dentons Pension Management – Sipp

Dentons Pension Management – Sipp

Type: Full self-invested personal pension

Minimum investment: Negotiable

Investment choice: Wide range of permitted investments including quoted and Aim-traded UK equities, quoted global equities, Oeics, unit trusts, investment trusts and FSA-recognised offshore funds, insurance company managed funds and unit-linked funds, deposit accounts, futures and options, second-hand endowments, hedge funds and unquoted UK equities

Options: Capped drawdown, flexible drawdown, phased retirement

Charges: Establishment fee £350, annual £525 for standard administration services, annual £410 for a single portfolio plan with pre-approved investment manager or platform, ad hoc full valuations from £22, calculation of benefits £330, payment of pension annual £120, review of pension income annual £190, flexible drawdown crystalisation from £300, switch from capped to flexible drawdown £75, cash transfers from other pension provider £50 each, transfers out from £250, additional charges for in specie/multiples asset transfers, commercial property purchase and other additional services

Commission: Agreed between adviser and client

Contact: www.dentonspensions.co.uk

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