Property schemes under fire

You don’t often get free, independent advice in the financial services market. So when a professional body like the Society of Actuaries twice offers advice about the dangers of unregulated property investments, investors should listen up.

17th February, 2007

The advice coming from the society should be of particular interest to self-employed people who are borrowing to buy property through their self-administered pension funds.

The Society of Actuaries seeks to make an impartial contribution to debate on public interest issues where an actuarial perspective applies. But it sometimes struggles to be heard in a market where the much louder voices of property and pension salesmen, amplified by the power of advertising, are competing for...

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