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Momentum Pensions rebrands SIPP business as iPensions Group


Momentum Pensions Limited is rebranding its SIPP business to iPensions Group Limited in line with its growth strategy driven by technology led solutions and new products.The rebrand of the pension administrator reflects its focus on innovation in the SIPP market. The launch of iPensions Group is part of the wider strategy targeted to emphasise the strength of its capabilities within the sector, its technology led growth, and commitment to facilitate efficient and timely support for advisers and members.

With ambitious plans for the Self-Invested Personal Pensions landscape, iPensions Group is focused on expansion and new product launches following significant investment in technology. Its bespoke technology platform, which was developed internally over three years, will empower the company to launch new products to expand its existing range.
The rebrand to iPensions Group follows the appointment of new Group CEO Sandra Robertson as the firm builds for a new phase of growth.
Group CEO Sandra Robertson says: “iPensions Group launches with a strong track record of deep technical knowledge, high-calibre service and ambitious plans for future growth.”
“The company’s decades of experience help us to confidently develop and blend technology with strong technical support, transparent communication, robust diligence and dedicated people to deliver our vision of leading the pensions sector. The update of our brand elements helps to embody our vision better and it paves the way for future developments.”
Momentum Pensions remains the brand for QROPS as the Momentum Group administers more than GBP2 billion in assets for 10,000-plus clients across multiple jurisdictions.

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