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SIPP

Don’t leave your pension on autopilot. You could cut your costs and take control of your retirement with our Self-Invested Personal Pension.

How our SIPP works

To provide The Share Centre SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension), we work in partnership with pension specialists, Curtis Banks. They will handle the application process, funding and any transfers from existing pension plans. Once everything's set up, you'll buy and sell your investments through The Share Centre.

Quick set up

  • Open your SIPP through Curtis Banks.
  • Fund your SIPP through new contributions and/or transfers from your existing pension plans.
  • Receive your welcome pack from Curtis Banks containing your sign-in details for The Share Centre.
  • Choose and manage your investments online or by phone with The Share Centre. 

Before you open a SIPP with us, please ensure you read and keep a copy of the Key Features DocumentTerms and Conditions and Fee Schedule. Please contact us if there's anything you don't understand.

About Curtis Banks

With over £9 billion of assets under administration, Curtis Banks is one of the UK's top 3 providers of full Self Invested Personal Pension schemes (SIPP) and Small Self-Administered Pension Schemes (SSAS). The Curtis Banks management team has been involved in self-invested pension products since 1977, a level of experience almost unrivalled amongst their peers. Curtis Banks Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Mrs  W of The Midlands

Customer feedback

"I have found the Share Centre to be a very professional company providing a wealth of information and a marvellous range of investment opportunities. The company provide well resourced guidelines for investors."

Mrs W of The Midlands

Why a SIPP?