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SIPP Providers Group concerned over rule changes

SIPP Providers Group chairman Martin Cadman is writing to the Pension Schemes Office of the Inland Revenue about new permitted investment regulations.

Cadman is expressing his concerns over the transitional arrangements for the regulations, due to come into effect on April 6.

Cadman says: “We anticipate discussing these issues with the PSO at our next meeting with them, scheduled to take place in March.”

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