Pensions Management Limited is 16 years old!

On 1st September, we celebrated our 16th Birthday, here at Pensions Management Limited.

On 1st September 1998, Robert Taylor and Geoff Stait started Pensions Management Limited to provide excellence in the setting up and running of Small Self Administered Schemes (SSAS) for our clients. Gay Nebel joined in 2006.

Over the years we have set up and administered over 100 SSASs for our clients, many of which we act as Trustees for as well through our sister company, PML Trustees. Whilst in 2006, Gay and Rob set up PML Financial Services Limited, having identified a clear need in their capacity as Pension Scheme Trustees to also offer independent investment advice to their SSAS members.

A huge amount has happened in the pensions world since we started on 1 September 1998 and it is still changing, with arrival next April of the Chancellor’s “Freedom & Choice in Pensions”, announced in the Budget on 27th March 2014, of which you can read more in our next bulletin.

Indeed, right now, pension provision has never been so attractive or flexible, and we will continue to operate in the way that we always have as an independent company: professionally and approachably to give our clients the best possible advice.

Contact us for pensions advice if a Small Self Administered Scheme is of interest to you.

 

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