Cofunds had added Suffolk Life's MasterSIPP to its platform, which it says will help advisers consolidate pension arrangements in a single place.
The platform provider says many clients are unable to track the progress of their varied retirement savings, which can be unsettling in current market conditions.
Cofunds believes many people are seeing major falls in their pension funds because they cannot view all of their pension savings in a single place.
Director of marketing & proposition, Alastair Conway, says using a SIPP through platforms can make retirement planning easier.
"We are entering a period where market conditions are adding further momentum to the growth of platform demand," Conway adds.
"We are seeing that momentum in action with burgeoning demand from advisers looking for assistance in managing the pension consolidation process for their clients."
The MasterSIPP provides all the usual investment functionality along with flexible options through retirement including unsecured income and alternatively secured pension after age 75.
Cofunds also has a guide to pension consolidation to help advisers reorganise their clients' retirement savings.IFAonline
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