SIPP Product at Interactive Brokers

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Old Mar 28, 2010, 3:00pm   #81
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i am intrested if there is any scope of safe income.
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Old Apr 8, 2010, 11:34am   #82
 
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moneycorp looks to be the cheapest am I right ?
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Old Aug 2, 2010, 10:19pm   #83
 
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Interactive Brokers are holding a webinar on SIPP tomorrow

Wednesday, 4 August 2010 13:00
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Panelist(s) Info: Gerald Perez, Managing Director, Interactive Brokers (U.K.) Limited

IB Webinars URL:
http://www.interactivebrokers.com/en...p?ib_entity=uk

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Old Sep 17, 2010, 10:02am   #84
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In order to open a dealing account with us you need to go through a pre approved SIPP Administrator.

We have just updated our IB pre-approved list of SIPP Administrators http://www.interactivebrokers.com/en...ib_entity=inst


The aforementioned list does not limit SIPP beneficiaries from selecting a SIPP Administrator from this list. Rather if you have a SIPP Administrator that wants to be pre approved in order to offer their SIPP beneficiary clients a dealing account with us please have them contact our London office tel 020 7 776 7800.
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Old Jan 2, 2011, 1:21am   #85
 
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I am an epml customer but I would like to use IB. Are talks still in the doldrums ?
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Old Jan 3, 2011, 4:47pm   #86
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Dear Prospective SIPP client

Probably the best thing to do is contact EPML directly and lobby them to be a pre approved SIPP Administrator of ours at no cost. If so, this will allow them to onboard their SIPP beneficiary clients to our online brokerage services.


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I am an epml customer but I would like to use IB. Are talks still in the doldrums ?
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Old Jan 8, 2011, 5:05am   #87
 
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To Interactive Brokers - I'd love to be able to move my ISA to Interactive Brokers, the reason being that the only Stocks & Shares ISA I could find that trades the Australian market is TD Waterhouse. TDW only support day-orders on this market, ensuring I usually get the worst possible order execution on the illiquid small shares that I normally trade.
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Old Jan 20, 2011, 1:48pm   #88
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Has anyone got an Essentialsipp through Stadia trustees using IB's TWS to deal on?
If so how is the experience. I gather there is a £6 per deal commission on UK equities (which includes ETFs) upto £50000 value. Over £50000 adds 0.05% on the amount above £50k. For US deals there is a different arrangement. IB also charges £6 / month to run TWS which includes 1 free trasde per month. Stadia charges £250+vat PA to administer the scheme

This is good value compared to other UK Sipp dealers the cheapest I could find is Sippdeal who charge £9.95 online and £29.95 by telephone. They charge £0 PA to set up and run the scheme.

The other option would be Selftrade at £12.50 per trade administered by EPML who charge £170+vat PA for their Selftrade global sipp account.

I suppose it depends on the size and frequency of your trades. For frequent sub £50k trades the IB option looks tempting.

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