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Merchant relaunches Sipp

Merchant Investors will relaunch its Sipp offering on 1 February.

The new proposition will also offer an improved charging structure, designed to ensure that investors only pay for the services that they use.

The insured Sipp boasts the ability to fully self-invest protected rights – not just in a range of funds under the Sipp wrapper but in commercial property and direct equities.

The proposition also offers access to Merchant Investors’ newly revamped pinnacle range of over 70 funds, which span all the major Investment Managers Association sectors.

Merchant Investors has offered external fund links via its investment propositions since 1986.

Merchant Investors head of sales and marketing Richard Ellis says: “

“When looking to buy a Sipp, service is the most important differentiator, which is why we have created a business model where investors and their advisers will always be talking to a specialist in their field.

“To provide for retirement takes years of planning and saving and our Sipp now offers greater flexibility and freedom in doing so. The product also benefits from our recent fund link overhaul, aimed at providing a choice of top class investment funds with strong potential future performance.”

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