Charges and investment flexibility have traditionally been the first things SIPP investors have looked at when deciding which provider is right for their particular needs.
Whilst these things are clearly important, after all who wants to be paying more for their SIPP than they need to, and not be able to buy the assets that you want? We would also suggest that there are other things you should take into account before you make your final decision.
1. Financial strength & profitability
The strength of any financial institution is important to investors, and it’s no different with SIPPs.
Improved financial strength generally comes through profitable ...