Standard Life updates service capability for advisers

‘Long-term commitment’

Julia Bahr
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Standard Life has launched a series of upgrades to its pension pricing and revamped its digital services, aiming to refresh proposition and service efficiency for financial advisers.

The firm introduced a number of price reductions on its flagship AMPP and SIPP personal pensions resulting in reduced costs, with most customers set to benefit from a 0.5% discount. The discounts apply immediately and will benefit new and existing customers holding insured funds in AMPP and SIPP plans, and with pots of between £25,000 and £500,000, according to the company. "A typical SIPP client invested in the Standard Life sustainable focus 3 pension fund, with a plan value of £100,000 will see their effective charge reduce by £200 per annum." These personal pension propositions ha...

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