Will SSAS become the new favourite for risk-takers?

The FSA is cracking down on unsuitable investments in SIPPs, but SSAS could be the new target for unscrupulous salesmen. Rachel Dalton reports.

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The FSA is cracking down on unsuitable investments in SIPPs, but SSAS could be the new target for unscrupulous salesmen.

In 2011 there was growing concern over the use of self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) to push high risk investments onto unsuitable clients. The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has taken ...

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