SIPP investment ideas
Looking for inspiration?
Funds are one of the most popular SIPP investments. A fund is a collection of investments, chosen and run by a fund manager. Each fund manager has an objective, for example to grow your capital, or provide a decent income. When you invest in a fund, you’re buying a slice of the fund’s investments.
There are thousands of funds out there, but we believe some have more potential than others. Our team of experts have highlighted three funds they feel offer promising investment opportunities for SIPP investors.
HL Multi-Manager Asia & Emerging Markets
Our favourite funds investing in higher-risk Asia and emerging markets in a single investment, looked after by our expert team. We monitor the funds and make any changes on your behalf.
Man GLG Japan CoreAlpha
One of our favourite ways to invest in Japan. It’s managed by Stephen Harker, one of the UK’s most experienced investors in Japanese shares.
iShares Japan Equity Index
For investors who want to invest in a broader range of Japanese companies, this fund aims to track the performance of the FTSE Japan index.
The Lindsell Train Global Equity fund currently has a holding in Hargreaves Lansdown plc.
Most popular SIPP funds
These are the top 10 funds our SIPP clients chose in May 2018 in alphabetical order. They aren’t a guide to investing and you should always choose investments based on your own goals and risk tolerance. Regular savings are not included.
Hargreaves Lansdown Multi-Manager funds are managed by our sister company HL Fund Managers Ltd.
Source: HL (internal) - Fund movements in May 2018.
Two ways to start investing in a SIPP
Leave the hard work to us
Rather not choose individual investments? You can select a ready-made portfolio for your SIPP instead.
We'll choose the investments for you and look after the day-to-day management. You'll just need to keep an eye on it to make sure it's still right for you.
Build your own portfolio with expert help
Want to choose your own individual investments, but need help getting started?
Just let us know your goals and risk tolerance, and we'll suggest a few ideas to help you get going.