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The book of 5,000 SIPPs will be administered by Suffolk Life, with offices and staff retained at EPM’s offices near Salisbury. Read the rest of this post…

Speaking to pension industry figures one message keeps coming up: there is going to be more consolidation by Sipp providers. Read the rest of this post…

Curtis Banks is eyeing more deals for life company Sipp books, according to chief executive Rupert Curtis. Read the rest of this post…

Rupert Curtis discussing the acquisition of Suffolk Life as well as the recent deal completed with Zurich. Read the rest of this post…

Curtis Banks are delighted to announce that contracts were exchanged on 14 January 2016 to acquire the Suffolk Life group of companies from Legal & General. Read the rest of this post…

We are delighted to once again sponsor Pension Awareness Day! Read the rest of this post…

Curtis Banks Group plc, the specialist SIPP administrator, is pleased to announce that it intends to admit to trading on AIM, a market operated by the London Stock Exchange. Read the rest of this post…

We've moved!

09.02.2015

Curtis Banks are delighted to announce that we have relocated our Head Office to new premises in Temple Quay in Bristol with effect from 9th February 2015. Read the rest of this post…

"...those providers with an appetite for acquisition will be able to cherry pick the best assets from those providers up for sale and we will continue to see consolidation within the SIPP industry." Read the rest of this post…

Curtis Banks managing director Rupert Curtis says: “We see pension reform as positive for Sipps in terms of increased flexibility and Sipps being the ideal product to take advantage of that. We can move quickly to the market with new products by 6 April." Read the rest of this post…

Geoffrey Pointon talks to Money Marketing Read the rest of this post…

"We remain acquisitive and will be looking at good quality Sipp books." Read the rest of this post…

Rupert Curtis, managing director of Curtis Banks: “This deal is part of the consolidation of the market generally,' said Curtis. 'A mix of cap ad increases and extra pressure from the regulator means people are making a business decision on whether they want to stay in the Sipp market or not. It is a fact about the new cap ad rules that the bigger you are the less impact the changes have; it favours bigger operators." Read the rest of this post…

We are delighted to confirm the acquisition of Pointon York SIPP Solutions completed on 31 October 2014; Pointon York is now a division of Curtis Banks Limited. Read the rest of this post…

Curtis Banks managing director Rupert Curtis says: “There were some decent small firms which would have been forced out of the market under the original proposals, although many will still see a significant rise compared with where they are now. The two-year implementation also makes the whole thing look a lot more stable.” Read the rest of this post…

Sipp provider Curtis Banks has quadrupled assets to £5 billion over the last 12 months and plans to acquire more Sipp books this year. Read the rest of this post…

We recently announced the acquisition of the Full SIPP business of Alliance Trust Savings, and this acquisition will be completed by the end of January 2013. Read the rest of this post…

Sipp provider Curtis Banks has returned to profitability, driven by a sharp increase in new schemes. Read the rest of this post…

SIPP provider Curtis Banks has published a list of the investments it is least likely to accept into its pensions. Read the rest of this post…

Curtis Banks PLC is pleased to announce that it has acquired the assets and clients of fellow SIPP and SSAS operator Montpelier Pension Administration Services Limited (‘Montpelier’). Read the rest of this post…

Curtis Banks has launched an online portal for SSAS clients in a bid to equalize its SIPP and SSAS offerings. Read the rest of this post…

Three quarters of advisers are frustrated by ‘unnecessary’ restrictions on SIPPs, according to provider Curtis Banks. Read the rest of this post…

Rupert Curtis, Managing Director of Curtis Banks, says advisers do not have to put up with poor-performing SIPP providers. Read the rest of this post…

Self-invested personal pension (Sipp) and small self-administrated scheme (SSAS) administrators should be wary of allowing clients to strip out their money, according to Curtis Banks. Read the rest of this post…

Self-invested personal pension (Sipp) specialist Curtis Banks has launched a new product that will pay out to one or more family members. Read the rest of this post…

Self-invested personal pensions administrators that allow unauthorised payments could give the industry a bad name, according to Rupert Curtis, managing director of Curtis Banks. Read the rest of this post…

Spoilt for Choice

28.09.2009

Choosing a SIPP provider has never been harder. There are more than 100 out there, with new ones joining the marketplace every month. Read the rest of this post…

Curtis Banks Sipp Type: Full self-invested personal pension Minimum investment: No minimum Read the rest of this post…

Curtis Banks is the latest provider to enter the Sipp and SSAS markets. Read the rest of this post…

A new Sipp and SSAS provider promises to take on more established rivals by offering full investment flexibility at one of the lowest prices in the market. Read the rest of this post…

A new SIPP and SSAS provider, launched today, is set to significantly raise the bar in the bespoke UK pensions market. Curtis Banks PLC will bring superior service levels, significant cost savings and total investment flexibility to clients and advisers alike. Read the rest of this post…