Pension Investment – Passive Funds

You can invest in passive pension funds through a self invested personal pension. Passive funds are also often referred to as tracker funds or index funds.


Passive pension funds involve less active management and often means lower charges. Rather than relying on stock picking by fund managers passive fund pension options seek to track a particular stock market or bond index.


Still monitored by a fund manager, passive funds replicate the holdings of a particular index or broad economic area, and aim to deliver a return in line with the performance of that index.

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