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James Hay – James Hay E-Sipp

James Hay

James Hay E-Sipp

Type: Online self-invested personal pension

Minimum investment: No minimum

Investment choice: Collect Fund Range 366 funds from Aberdeen, Allianz Dresdner, Artemis, Baillie Gifford, Baring Asset Management, Britannic, DWS, Fidelity, First State, Framlington, Henderson, Invesco Perpetual, Investec, JPMorgan Fleming, Lazard, Liontrust, Prudential M&G, Mellon, Merrill Lynch, New Star, Norwich Union, Old Mutual, Schroders, SG Asset Management and Standard Life Investments. Select Fund Range 160 funds from Aberdeen, Axa, Baillie Gifford, Clerical Medical, Invesco, Mellon, Merrill Lynch, Morely, Neptune, Prudential M&G, Standard Life, stocks and shares through Abbey sharedealing service

Charges: Transaction based collect funds initial up to 5.5%, annual 0.3-1.75%, select funds annual 0.75%, transaction-based charges transfer in 50, regular payment set up 50, single ad-hoc contribution 50, Abbey sharedealing service 50 each trade, income withdrawal 150 a year, annuity purchase 50, transfer out 50

Commission: Refer to James Hay



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