You and your adviser want to make the most of every investment opportunity. Every Suffolk Life SIPP is designed to offer the investment freedom and flexibility you need.


If you have chosen to have your pension fund managed by a discretionary investment manager, SimSIPP could be your ideal option.

We have a wide range of investment manager partners who we work with and are available to you, and more are being added all the time.

We do not offer our own funds, therefore we can remain unbiased and can stick to what we do best: high quality SIPP administration.

SimSIPP is currently available for the following investment managers:

  • AFH Independent Financial Services Limited
  • Alpha Portfolio Management
  • Baker Tilly
  • Barclays Wealth
  • Brewin Dolphin
  • Brooks Macdonald Asset Management
  • Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management
  • Cazenove Capital Management Limited
  • Charles Stanley
  • City Asset Management 
  • Close Brothers Asset Management  
  • Gerrard Investment Management
  • Hargreave Hale
  • Hawksmoor Investment Management
  • Heartwood 
  • Investec Wealth and Investment
  • James Brearley & Sons
  • James Hambro & Partners LLP
  • JM Finn & Co.
  • Leodis Wealth
  • Lion Trust Investment Solutions 
  • McInroy & Wood
  • Pairstech Capital Management LLP
  • Psigma
  • Quilter Cheviot
  • Rathbone Investment Management Limited
  • Raymond James Investment Services
  • Redmayne Bentley 
  • Rowan Dartington
  • Seven Investment Management LLP
  • SG Hambros Bank Limited (Societe Generale)
  • Smith & Williamson
  • Tcam Asset Management
  • Thesis Asset Management 
  • Thurleigh Investment Managers
  • Tilney Investment Management
  • Towry Investment Management 
  • TP Investments LLP
  • Verbatim Asset Management
  • Vestra Wealth
  • Walker Crips
  • Waverton Investment Management
  • Whitechurch Securities Limited
  • Williams Investment Management LLP

Important information

The value of your pension fund may fall as well as rise. Your money will be tied up until you take your benefits. Benefits can generally be taken any time after age 55.

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