Freetrade launches self-invested personal pension (SIPP)

Freetrade launches self-invested personal pension (SIPP)

PR Newswire

LONDON, Jan. 12, 2021

LONDON, Jan. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Freetrade, the commission-free investment platform, today announces the launch of its self-invested personal pension ('SIPP').

Freetrade believes in the importance of getting everyone investing, and that's especially important when it comes to retirement savings. That's why Freetrade is launching a SIPP that offers customers:

In order to help Freetrade customers achieve better financial outcomes, our SIPP has some of the lowest costs in the UK market*; eliminating the drag that recurring costs place on investment returns in the long run. The Freetrade SIPP will be provided for a flat-fee of £9.99/month. This will be discounted for subscribers to Freetrade Plus, our premium service, to £7/month (+ £9.99/month for a Plus membership).

Commenting on the SIPP launch, Freetrade Founder and CEO, Adam Dodds, said: "For generations of young people in the UK, it's more important than ever to be actively investing for your retirement. By establishing disciplined savings habits early, you can do so much to set yourself up better to enjoy later life. We want to build an easy-to-use app that makes investing accessible and that helps set our customers up to achieve better financial outcomes."

Visit Freetrade SIPP for more information about the launch and find out how to transfer a pension to Freetrade.

About Freetrade

Freetrade is an award-winning, commission-free investment platform that's designed to get everyone investing. We're a member of the London Stock Exchange, regulated by the FCA and all customer accounts are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. We've raised c. £24m across crowdfunding rounds and a Series A led by Draper Esprit.

Notes:

* Over 30 years, for an initial pot of £20,000 and assuming 5% growth p.a., Freetrade's SIPP saves consumers £9,550 (vs. Hargreaves Lansdown), £6,000 (vs. AJ Bell), £7,400 (vs. Interactive Investor), and £4,200 (vs. iWeb).

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