Passed away 25 July
Fintech business and rival provider
Advisers look to secondary drawdown
General election on 12 December
Administers 77,000 SIPPs
Move to Ipswich office
'Sense of autonomy'
On SIPPs’ 30th anniversary
£500 due diligence fee
'Rolling programme of development'
Online portal launching alongside
Gender pay gap figures
Suffolk Life range retains that name
'Providers should stump up data'
Consolidation in the SIPP market continues
Self-invested personal pension (SIPP) provider Curtis Banks has floated on the AIM stock exchange with a market capitalisation of £85m.
Curtis Banks, the specialist self-invested personal pension (SIPP) provider, is planning an £85m float on AIM.
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Curtis Banks has bought Alliance Trust Savings full self-invested personal pension (SIPP) book, made up of 6,000 plans worth about £3bn.