Momentum Pensions rebrands SIPP business to iPensions Group

Focus on technology

Hannah Godfrey
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"The update of our brand elements helps to embody our vision better and it paves the way for future developments" - IPensions Group's Sandra Robertson.
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"The update of our brand elements helps to embody our vision better and it paves the way for future developments" - IPensions Group's Sandra Robertson.

Momentum Pensions has rebranded its self-invested personal pensions (SIPP) business to iPensions Group.

iPensions Group said the rebranding of its SIPP business is part of a wider strategy to emphasise its technology-led growth. The group is now focusing on expansion and new product launches follo...

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