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Hay stacks up Sipp details online

Abbey for Intermediaries&#39 self-invested personal pensions arm James Hay is relaunching its online Sipp management service.

The site has been designed to let intermediaries carry out transactions faster. Advisers and their clients can monitor portfolio valuations, view breakdowns of asset holdings and values and look at personal and contact details and transfer details as well as contribution information.

They will also be able to check cash benefits and income levels and email and change to investment instructions, address, benefit amendments through the site.

Abbey media relations executive Mairi Craig says: “We have made the site faster and easier for everyone to use. We have updated a lot of the information and improved functionality.”

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