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Claire Trott
A director of a Sipp provider will travel day and night to complete a 100km trek this weekend as she helps a children’s charity – despite getting injured in training.
Sipp quotes really are one thing in the pensions world that I don’t understand.
The third edition of the Retirement Market Data Bulletin has recently been released and although it makes interesting reading, I suppose it does leave many questions unanswered.
The morning after Budget day found me waking up in my hotel rather down.
In the last week I have been travelling around the country a lot and one day I was booked in to talk with some professional connections of a financial adviser, when I asked for a list of attendees I was a little surprised to discover the majority of the audience were property professionals.
Sipps Professional columnist Claire Trott wants to see all providers and platforms to be able to carry out electronic in-specie transfers, saying it can only be beneficial for consumers and industry alike.
Could 2016 be the year of the SSAS? The main reason I can see the answer being yes is that it is simply a suitable product for many that may have been overlooked in the past. I could just stop there but this would then be really short and quite uninformative so I feel I should expand a little.
Sipps Professional is delighted to welcome two highly respected new columnists to join our blogging team.
In her first new blog for Sipps Professional, Claire Trott, head of pensions technical at Talbot and Muir, reflects on an Autumn Statement, which left her with a number of questions to ponder...
The latest FCA statement on the new capital adequacy rules strengthens the view that commercial property is, in most cases, a standard asset, a pensions expert says.
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