SIPP & SSAS Star Ratings announced
8 January 2018
Moneyfacts has announced it 2018 star ratings of Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPP) and Small Self Administered Schemes (SSAS) vehicles following its annual assessment of the market.
The ratings are aimed at helping consumers and companies to choose the SIPP or SSAS that best suits their needs in terms of ongoing quality.
They are based on the weighting of specific features, outside of performance, that are likely to be the most relevant to those considering such a pension or scheme.
Richard Eagling, editor of Investment Life & Pensions, said: “When it comes to retirement planning, self-invested pensions such as SIPPs and SSAS have become the favoured choice among individuals looking for the most flexible pension products, but the enormous choice means that selecting the most appropriate provider can be difficult.
“The Moneyfacts SIPP & SSAS Star Ratings highlight the companies that offer the schemes with the most extensive range of features and competitive charges, helping consumers direct their focus when considering a scheme.”
He added that the rating “concentrate on the features of the products when going through the decision-making process, so that consumers get an extra seal of approval, should give them the added assurance that they have found a high-quality product for their retirement needs.”
The ratings are below: Click on the table to enlarge.
SIPPs – 5 Star Ratings
SIPPs – 4 Star Ratings
SSAS – 5 & 4 Star ratings
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