Hallett launches pensions business with broad product range

Katrina Lloyd
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Christine Hallett, former Pointon York CEO, has unveiled her new pensions business, which will offer a range of products including a Simple and Full SIPP.

Carey Group UK, which has just received FSA approval, is a subsidiary of Guernsey-based offshore pensions administrator Carey Group. It will provide a number of offerings including individual and group SIPPs, which could allow syndicates to invest in commercial property, SSAS and company pension scheme administration. Post-retirement options such as drawdown will also be provided and the group will make it easy for clients to purchase annuities with other providers. Hallett is adamant her new business will embrace Treating Customers Fairly principles, which she believes are not bei...

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