Investment Sense in the Financial Times

Posted on September 18th, 2010 | Categories - Investment Sense News, Pensions, Savings

Investment Sense are featured in today’s edition of the Financial Times’ Money section.

The article highlights the issues faced by investors in SIPPs when they are looking for deposit accounts paying competitive rates of interest and highlights the Investment Sense best buy tables as a possible soultion.

Read the article by clicking here.

One Response to “Investment Sense in the Financial Times”

  1. Steve Gebbett says:

    Brilliant initiative of InvestmentSense to have a separate table for Cash Deposit rates within SIPPs- as huge numbers of SIPP holders are after safer havens for their money, and are willing to tie up funds longterm, eg 3-5 years. But banks and building societies have largely missed this huge source of funds and offer miserly rates.
    Beware offshore pension acounts, eg Clydesdale International..they are NOT covered by the FSCS, or ideed the Guernsey Govt compensation scheme. Why are our Big Four UK banks not offering pension deposit accounts..and why do some SIPPS take undeclared commissions from deposit takers on their clients money?

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