A SIPP gives you the autonomy to make your own investment decisions with your retirement savings. This is in contrast to more traditional pension schemes where you generally rely upon a third party to make the investment decisions on your behalf. Each SIPP has its own scheme rules which set out the range of investments that may be held.
Contributing to a pension can attract certain tax benefits, and interest and other income generated inside a pension wrapper are typically not subject to taxation, which means you are able to retain all of the interest you earn. Tax treatment will depend on your individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future.
People with a SIPP are granted a lot more flexibility, and can hold a wide range of investments within their pension. HMRC has set out guidelines for what can and can’t be included.
In addition, each SIPP operator has their own policies and rules on which investments their beneficiaries can hold. I may be possible to hold MAVEN Bonds in your SIPP. In the first insatnce. You will need to contact your SIPP provider to check elibility.
If you would like a some assistance with your enquiry regarding investing using your SIPP, please use the Contact Us form and a member of the team will be happy to help.
SIPPs are for anyone who wants to take more control of the way they save for retirement. There are no restrictions on who can open a SIPP but you’ll need to be more hands on with your investment portfolio, because the schemes are self-invested. In this way SIPP account holders are given much more control over their financial future.
There are a number of SIPP operators in the UK. Each has its own product features, investment options, and charging structures. When choosing which SIPP operator to use, investors will need to decide which one best meets their own particular requirements, and in some cases may appoint a financial adviser to help them decide.
If you would like to invest part of your self-invested pension plan onto the MAVEN Bonds platform, it will be necessary for you to open a SIPP with a provider that has an agreement with MAVEN Bonds.
If you already have a SIPP with another provider it is possible to open a second SIPP, or to consider a SIPP transfer (please speak to your current provider as there are likely to be charges involved in doing so).
Investment through MAVEN Bonds plc places your capital at risk and returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. MAVEN Bonds does not make personal recommendations or give advice. Before investing, you should make sure that you fully understand the risks which are set out in the Information Memorandum and determine whether the investment is suitable for you on the basis of all the information contained therein. Bonds are not readily realisable and are not subject to the same protection from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) as deposits. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances of each investor and may be subject to change in future. If you are in any doubt about the contents associated with the MAVEN Bonds platform and Information Memorandum or the action you should take, we strongly recommend consulting a professional financial advisor.
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Your capital is at risk. MAVEN Bonds are asset-backed but an economic downturn could affect returns and you may not get back the amount invested. In the event of default the security held doesn't guarantee the return of your capital. Enforcing your security may take time and your returns may be delayed. Investment is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). See key risks before investing.