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James Hay revamps Sipp platform

Sipp administrator James Hay is relaunching its secure internet-based Sipp management service, James Hay Online. The service allows intermediaries and customers to view and manage over 32,000 Sipps online.

The new look site allows transactions to be carried out faster and gives IFAs and customers access to portfolio valuations, breakdowns of asset holdings and values, personal and contact details, transfer and contribution details and send investment instructions.

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