Complaints about self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) rose for the second time in 2017/18 in Q3 after seeing a small dip in the second quarter of the financial year, according to the Financial Ombudsman Services' (FOS) latest statistics.
The ombudsman received 546 new SIPP complaints in Q3, upholding more than half (54%), compared to 498 new complaints in Q2 when it upheld almost half (49%). In Q1 it received 521, 50% of which were upheld....
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New shares admitted to London Stock Exchange
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