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Inscape takes a Sipp

Abbey National&#39s wealth management business Inscape is launching a self-invested personal pension as part of plans to establish a new retirement planning service for clients.

The Sipp is fully invested in a tailored Inscape Portfolio and carries all the standard benefits of Sipps including flexibility over where funds are invested and how retirement benefits are received.

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