London & Capital managed portfolios available on Selectapension

London & Capital managed portfolios available on Selectapension

Tue, 17/12/2013 - 14:14

London & Capital has made its suite of managed portfolios available on the Selectapension pension and investment planning system.

Selectapension provides an online pension and investment planning service to financial advisers and specialist pension professionals, with more than 100 pension products available on its platform. 
 
Whether an adviser is arranging pension switching, setting up a SIPP or otherwise, Selectapension provides detailed analyses and a suite of online tools. Users will now be able to access London & Capital’s range of ten growth and three income portfolios in planning their clients’ pension arrangements.
 
Richard Leigh (pictured), London & Capital’s head of adviser solutions, says: “Selectapension set out to provide advisers with leading technology, to deliver the research and analysis they require in advising clients effectively, and to do so at an affordable price. They have achieved all of that, enjoy an excellent reputation and continue to develop their product, so we are absolutely delighted to partner with them.”
 
Luke Dickens, head of strategic partnerships at Selectapension, says: “Some of our users look to select funds from a range of fund management groups, and we provide a direct feed from Morningstar to facilitate their requirements.  Others prefer to use a packaged investment solution, namely a managed portfolio, and we are very pleased to provide our 3,500 users with access to London & Capital’s comprehensive range.”


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