Will pensions feel the Vanguard effect?

Will pensions feel the Vanguard effect?

Seemingly not content with a shake-up of the funds industry, Vanguard has set its sights on the wider pensions market. Having launched a platform for UK investors in 2017, the asset management giant has unveiled a self-invested personal pension (Sipp) with the stated goal of making retirement saving “simpler and less expensive”. While cheap, it’s an offering that could prove less universally appealing than the tracker funds that made Vanguard a global name in the first place.

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