Investment ideas for your Vantage SIPP
Need help choosing your own investments? Our investment research team have chosen four portfolio ideas for long-term SIPP investors to help you get started.
Discover more about our investment research team
Meera Patel -
Senior fund analyst
Meera has an MSc in International Business Economics and the Investment Management Certificate. Her extensive knowledge of the fund industry means she's often asked to offer her opinions and comments in the press. She is a key member of the Wealth 150 team, identifying funds likely to offer the best growth potential.
Mark Dampier -
Head of research
Our research team is headed up by Mark Dampier, who's regarded as one of the very best in the profession. Mark began his career in financial services in 1983 and joined Hargreaves Lansdown in 1998. Mark contributes regularly to The Times and The Telegraph, and writes a weekly column in The Independent.
Richard Troue -
Richard is primarily responsible for researching UK growth funds. He also writes for the Investment Times and website covering a variety of funds across all sectors. Richard regularly meets fund managers to discuss their outlook and the positioning of their funds.
Kate Marshall -
Kate holds a (BA Hons) degree in Business Studies. She completed a year in industry at Hargreaves Lansdown during her degree and returned to the company in 2010. Kate has been a member of the Investment Team as a Fund Analyst since September 2011 and covers UK Equity Income, UK Smaller Companies, European and Global Emerging Markets funds. Kate is a holder of the Investment Management certificate.
You can take each portfolio as a whole, or add your own preferences. Please look carefully at each fund and read its Key Features or Key Investor Information Document to decide if the portfolio is right for you. Simply select the relevant portfolio style below to get started.
The portfolios are not advice. If you're unsure if they're right for you please contact us for advice. Remember: all investments - even the defensive ones - can fall as well as rise in value, so you could get back less than you invest. As you approach retirement, you should consider investments with less risk.
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