The Lifetime SIPP Company Ltd (Lifetime) was placed into administration and liquidated on 02 April 2019.

FSCS is accepting claims against this firm.

In March 2018, The Lifetime Sipp fell into administration resulting in 2,018 tainted / illiquid Sipps which could lead to claims over £50 million. If you have a sipp pension with the Lifetime Sipp, you can make a pension sipp claim. The Lifetime SIPP Company Ltd Failed 13 June 2019 - FRN: 464526. Registered office address: Devonshire House, 60 Goswell Road, London, EC1M 7AD

What is a SIPP Pension?

SIPP Pensions are self-invested personal pensions (SIPP). Which are pensions that hold investments continuously until you retire and begin to take a retirement income. A Sipp pension is a type of personal pension pot ready for your retirement which is separate from a government state pension.

SIPP Pension claims

If you have been contributing to a SIPP pension pot with companies such as the Lifetime Sipp or any other SIPP pension companies who have gone into administration, you could be entitled to a large claim. Pension claims are quite popular in the industry as many contributors may not have been told about the pension redress claims they can make.

The Lifetime Sipp pension

The Lifetime Sipp was a large corporation has mostly dealt with SIPP pensions to millions of people. In March, they fell into administration and are not currently trading. The Lifetime Sipp set aside over £50 million to settle and SIPP pension claims. Don't miss out, claim today!

How safe is my pension?

Your pension is held under trust law which has been used to protect assets for hundreds of years. All accounts and investments are held in your name and cannot be accessed by third parties apart from fees or regulatory type charges. These self-invested pensions (SIPP) are held under trust law. This law is used to protect your investment, pension or any asset. Trusts are used and have been used for a long time and are very secure. Although it may be safe, you may require help if you are eligible for a compensation claim.