Geoffrey Stait, Director

After 8 years as Branch Manager at Scottish Life, Geoff went on to establish his own IFA practice in 1987 with the aim of bringing the appeal of Self Administered Pension Schemes to Clients.

9567-024Pensions Management Limited was incorporated and registered with HMRC, as a “Pensioneer Trustee” by Geoff and Robert Taylor in 1998. After ‘A’ Day (pension tax simplification) in 2006, the Company continued its role as administrator to the group’s Small Self Administered Pension Schemes and PML Trustees Limited was incorporated to act as Independent Trustee and Administrator to the SSAS.

Away from work, Geoff has two grown up sons, both of whom are officers in the armed forces, and is a granddad of two. He makes his own jams and marmalade, is keen on steam railways and also does a bit of model making. He enjoys country walking with his wife, reading and classical music, is a churchwarden at the local church, joins in the village choir at Christmas and runs the local quiz.

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