Self-invested personal pension (SIPP) providers will have to start charging for due diligence because offering it for free is unsustainable, Rowanmoor has warned.
From 1 April, the SIPP provider is introducing a fee for due diligence and ongoing work on complex direct investments. The one-off upfront fee of £500 and ongoing annual fee of £150 includes checks...
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