7IM partners with Just to expand advised retirement proposition

Increased flexibility

Ayesha Venkataraman
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7IM has partnered with retirement specialists Just to offer its Secure Lifetime Income (SLI) on the 7IM Platform, which provides increased flexibility in income generation arrangements.

The solution sits within the 7IM SIPP and can be accessed via 7IM's platform, enabling advisers to offer a guaranteed income-producing asset alongside existing drawdown arrangements and other investment strategies for their clients, according to 7IM. "In many ways, think of it as a different asset class. When advisers are searching for alternatives, this provides an asset with a guaranteed stream of income that's never ever going to run out," said Stephen Lowe, group communications director at Just Group to Professional Adviser. "And it's been built specifically to integrate with 7IM's p...

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