The pension specialist was planning to offer e-signatures from May but brought this forward to this month as the pandemic forced advisers to give up face-to-face meetings.
Momentum says it will accept e-signatures on all pension forms and investment company documentation for both its QROPS and International SIPP products when submitted using DocuSign or Adobe Sign.
Members and advisers can now sign documents electronically without the need to print, sign and scan.
Advisers need to confirm with investment companies directly that they accept e-signatures and will have to set up their own accounts with DocuSign or Adobe Sign.
Stewart Davies, group chief executive of Momentum Pensions said: “Advisers and clients expect high standards of service at all times and accepting electronic signatures will assist, particularly as all parties are having to adapt how they work and live.
“Our own staff are working remotely, so are well aware of the need to be flexible, to ensure that we continue to provide this high level of support to members and advisers.”
Momentum works with UK residents and expats.