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Insurance when a SIPP or SSAS owned property is closed and/or unoccupied

During the Covid-19 pandemic many commercial properties are having to remain closed. As a result, they may also be unoccupied.

This short video discussion is an ideal learning tool for those with a property held in one of our Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) or Small Self-Administered Schemes (SSASs).

Barnett Waddingham’s self-invested pensions experts, James Jones-Tinsley and Andy Leggett, examine why it’s important that the insurance for a property is both appropriate and adequate.

The video also provides information about the support available through Barnett Waddingham’s block-insurance policy for commercial premises.
Recorded May 14 2020 10 mins
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James Jones-Tinsley, Self-Invested Technical Specialist & Andy Leggett, Associate and Head of SIPP Business Development
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