iPensions Group expands with SIPP and SSAS book acquisition

Bought book from Morningstar Wealth Retirement Services

Jenna Brown
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Provider and administrator iPensions Group has bought a book of legacy self-invested pension scheme business from Morningstar Wealth Retirement Services.

It bought the portfolio of self-invested personal pensions (SIPP) and small self-administered schemes (SSAS), the associated trust company and also takes over as operator and administrator.  The off-platform SIPP and SSAS book features a broad range of invested assets including property, iPensions Group said. iPensions Group chief executive Sandra Robertson said: "This latest acquisition exemplifies our focus on identifying and transferring books of business where schemes and their members will benefit from our deep technical expertise and commitment to administrative and technologica...

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