SIPP investors 'punished still further' on cash interest rates

SIPP investors ‘punished still further’ on cash interest rates

Jenna Towler
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European banking regulations look set to hit SIPP investors' cash interest rates even harder this year. Jenna Towler gauges provider reaction

Self-invested personal pension (SIPP) investors have been warned to brace for even lower interest rates on cash accounts this year as top-level regulations come into effect. SIPP investors holdi...

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