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alternatives to vested benefits

When changing employers instead of taking the existing pension assets to new employer's pension fund, one can also transfer them to a vested benefits account.

However, rates/yields for vested benefits accounts are very low at the moment, so I was wondering if it's possible to transfer to "something" like a U.K. SIPP, where at least an asset allocation between shares, bonds etc is chosen ( either by the individual or by the company that provides it ). If that can happen, what would this "something" be?
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