£5.1bn UK advice firm up for sale
Despite growing assets under management by 10%, the parent company of UK advice firm Saunderson House is looking to sell the business. Sipp provider James Hay will be retained, even as it faces a £20m fine for investments in defunct Guernsey-listed biofuel scheme Elysian Fuels.
UK Sipp giant faces £1.8m tax bill over Guernsey biofuel scheme
UK Sipp provider James Hay has been hit with a £1.8m (€2.12m, $2.3m) tax bill from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) over the Guernsey-listed biofuel investment scheme Elysian Fuels.
UK rate cut to increase platform fees, says James Hay
IFG Group, the parent company of UK Sipp provider James Hay, has warned that the Bank of England’s (BoE) interest rate cut earlier this month could see platform charges rise.
Bespoke Sipp providers may ‘flounder’ in FCA cap ad changes
A number of British firms offering bespoke self-invested personal pensions (Sipps) could go out of business when the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) new capital adequacy requirements come into force in September, according to James Hay, one of the UK’s largest Sipps providers.