Frustrated advisers say SIPP due diligence 'not difficult'

Proper SIPP due diligence is a straightforward task, say frustrated advisers

Carmen Reichman
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Due diligence on self-invested personal pension (SIPP) transfers is a straightforward task that should not be incurring the wrath of the regulator, advisers say.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is warning advisers - not for the first time this year - about complying with its rules on pension transfers to SIPPs. It said it had found widespread "serious...

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