SPP - a brief introduction
The Society of Pension Professionals (SPP) is the representative body for a wide range of providers of advice and services to work-based pension schemes and to their sponsors.
SPP’s Members’ profile is a key strength and includes accounting firms, solicitors, life offices, investment houses, investment performance measurers, consultants and actuaries, independent of pension related services across the private pensions sector and, through such a wide spread of providers of advice and services. We do not represent any particular type of provision or any one interested body or group.
Many thousands of individuals and pension funds use the services of one or more of SPP’s Members, including the overwhelming majority of the 500 largest UK pension funds. SPP’s growing membership collectively employs some 15,000 people providing pension-related advice and services.
The Society’s membership spans virtually every type of pension advice and service.
If you need advice and/or services in connection with setting up and/or running a company pension scheme, click here for a list of our Members which shows the services they provide and how to contact them.
The Society’s own staff are not permitted to give any advice.