SIPP Investment Options

Unlike a ‘standard’ personal pension, a SIPP has the ability to invest in a much wider range of investments, including directly into commercial property. This allows you to create your own personal retirement strategy, instead of being restricted to an insurance company’s own range of funds.

In essence, a SIPP is a personal pension that allows a much broader range of investments compared to traditional pension arrangements. These include:

  • Commercial Property;
  • Industrial / Retail Units
  • Agricultural Land
  • Commercial Land
  • Regulated Collective Investments such as Unit Trusts, OEICS and ICVCs
  • Gilts and Fixed Interest stocks
  • Investment Trusts
  • Direct Quoted Equities
  • Trustee Investment Plans
  • Loan to unconnected third parties

Not all SIPP providers will allow investment into each of these options. For example, some insurance based contracts will not allow investment into commercial property. It is important to check the rules of your SIPP provider before attempting to invest your pension.

If you are considering your options, and wish to discuss a potential investment strategy for your pension, we welcome you to contact us in the first instance. Our SIPP advisers are happy to answer any questions you may have, and look forward to speaking to you.