Curtis Banks hikes SIPP charges for 'better balance between fee income and interest income'

'Better balance between fee and interest income'

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Curtis Banks CEO Will Self: “We believe that our fees remain competitive and they provide access to the enhanced Curtis Banks proposition and ongoing enhancements."
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Curtis Banks CEO Will Self: “We believe that our fees remain competitive and they provide access to the enhanced Curtis Banks proposition and ongoing enhancements."

Curtis Banks has increased its mid SIPP annual administration fee and full SIPP fee.

The firm's mid SIPP annual administration fee will rise from £260 to £310, while the full SIPP charge will jump from £580 to £720. It said these price lifts will offer "a better balance between fee...

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