Investment rules

Since 6 April 2006 (A-Day) there has been only one set of investment standards for all registered pension schemes.

CPD | Centralised retirement propositionsIn this webinar, we explore the intricacies of centralised investment proposition (CIP) and centralised retirement proposition (CRP) frameworks, their relationship with the PROD rules and looks at how the financial planning community has been adopting and integrating these models within formal advice processes. Recorded on 19 November 2020.

CPD | Responsible investment – preparing for a climate of change – In this webinar, we look at the current responsible investment landscape and discuss best practice in how to prepare and conduct client conversations. We also explore the steps financial planners can take to integrate responsible investment considerations into advice propositions, including fact-finding, client segmentation, and combatting the evolving threat of greenwashing.

Investment rules

This analysis covers a number of areas including Trustee's borrowings, loans to employers and some of the more complex types of investments.

SSAS versus SIPP

SSASs and SIPPs are both investment regulated pension schemes. However, the legislation is applied slightly differently meaning there are some key differences.

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