SIPPS investment potential trouble?

Stuart, Graham
August 2008
Farmers Weekly;8/29/2008, p64
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the use of Self Invested Personal Pension Schemes (SIPPS) to invest anonymously in farmland in Great Britain. He points out that because investors in SIPPS can remain anonymous, advisers to the partnership could invest without fear of identification and to the detriment of the departing partner.


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