The ii SIPP

  • Great value for money - with simple, fair and competitive charges
  • Wide choice of investments and markets available
  • Take control of your retirement and manage your contributions, investments and documents online
  • Get our frequent trader rate for your first 3 months

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Key benefits of the ii SIPP

  • Award winning
  • Manage your account online and using our mobile apps
  • Invest lump sums or make regular investments
  • Wide choice of investments, across 17 international markets
  • Hold and trade in 9 currencies to help you manage currency exchanges (FX)
Remember that the value of international investments may be affected by currency fluctuations, which might reduce their value in sterling. We may receive two elements of commission in relation to international dealing - Trading Commission and our FX Charge. See our Rates and Charges for full details of the relevant costs.

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Simple, fair and clear charges

  • No set-up or transfer-in fees
  • Fixed £100 (+VAT) annual administration fee (paid in advance)
  • One £22.50 quarterly payment for all your linked accounts; given back as non-refundable trading credits
  • Fixed £1 regular investing and dividend reinvestment commission rate
  • Trade at our frequent trader rate of £6 for your first 3 months, then £10 (standard) or £6 (frequent)
View our Rates and Charges

Which? shows interactive investor to be the most competitive for a £250,000 pension pot in income drawdown (assuming 5% pa income drawn over 15 years), March 2018

About the ii SIPP

Designed for those who want to select and manage their own investments, and who understand the risks involved.

ii provides the SIPP Investment Account, and the services relating to managing the investments that you hold in your SIPP, including safe custody of those assets, dealing and investment administration.

ii has partnered with pensions experts Barnett Waddingham to provide the ii SIPP. BW SIPP LLP is the scheme operator and administrator.

Investor SIPP Trustees Limited is the trustee of the scheme. It is a non-trading company and is a bare trustee. This means that its sole purpose is to hold the scheme assets for the benefit of you and all the other members. The trustee is not regulated by the FCA.

As part of your application, you’ll be asked a series of questions which will form a Key Features Illustration, which gives you important information to help you decide if the ii SIPP is right for you. Before applying online you should also read the Key Features Document.

It's important to understand how your money and investments will be held and investment protection schemes that apply. Learn more.

All investments carry a varying degree of risk and it's important you understand the nature of these risks. Learn more.

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We’ll ask you to confirm you’ve read and accepted the following important documents as part of your application:

To apply, you will need

  • Your address details (last three years)
  • Your National Insurance number
  • Your debit card details
  • Your bank details (if you want to set-up a monthly direct debit)

Interactive investor’s pricing model is great value for investors looking to consolidate reasonably-sized pots in one place.

Jeremy Fawcett, Head of Platforum (October 2017)

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Risk and your protection

All customer investments are held securely in trust for customers. These arrangements protect your assets in the event of our insolvency.

Your cash and holdings are protected up to the limits provided by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). You can read more about how your assets are held here.

With secure customer log in and encrypted data throughout, we provide a service you can rely on.

knowing the risks

A SIPP is a type of personal pension, best suited to those who wish to make their own pension investment decisions. A SIPP is not suitable for every investor. Other types of pensions may be more appropriate. Please be aware of the risks involved.

The investments made within a SIPP can fall as well as rise and you may end up with a fund at retirement that’s worth less than you invested.

You can normally only access the money in a pension from age 55 (57 from 2028). Tax treatment depends on your individual circumstances and may be subject to change. If in any doubt as to whether a SIPP is right for you, we recommend you seek independent advice from a qualified adviser.