Self-invested personal pensions (SIPP) should not buckle under regulatory pressure to become plain vanilla share class wrappers as clients need diversification in their portfolios, Mattioli Woods has said.
Non-standard assets, including more esoteric investments such as property investments and loan finance, have their place in clients' portfolios wherever suitable, sales and marketing director Murray Smith...
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Lack of innovation for solutions
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