Is it possible to invest my private pension in whisky casks?

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With regards to private pensions, it is totally dependent on which country you are located in. Whisky cask investment is a non-regulated asset so you couldn’t invest as part of your 401k(US) or SIPP(UK) for example, however, if someone was to take a lump sum from their pension (SIPPS in the UK allow this at 55yo), then they could of course invest those funds in to whisky casks. In contrast, in the United States an investment in casks can be facilitated through a self-directed 401k. This shows the difference that your country of residence makes on whether casks can be included. Let us know if you’d like to chat through further, and if so, if you were able to send over your email address and phone number via DM, a member of our team will be in contact.

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