Davy offers self-directed PRSA

Davy is planning to broaden its presence in the pensions market with the launch of a self-directed personal retirement savings account (PRSA) aimed at middle-market investors.

9th October, 2010

Davy is planning to broaden its presence in the pensions market with the launch of a self-directed personal retirement savings account (PRSA) aimed at middle-market investors.

Davy’s new PRSA product will allow customers to manage some or all of their pensions online. Clients will be able to buy and sell shares, exchange traded funds (ETFs) and bonds on 38 international markets via the online pension account.

The company has been involved in the pensions...

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