Mr A.W.

PML has been my pension adviser for many years. 

They have always been helpful, knowledgeable and responsive to any matters regarding my SSAS and subsequent SIPP. In fact they have always been my first port of call on any pension matter for me, my wife or my children. They are a font of knowledge on what can and cannot be done with my pension fund, with one example being how they oversaw the sale of a building from the fund and then handled the reinvestment of the proceeds.

They have extensive knowledge of investment opportunities in all areas including funds and equities, and are in regular touch with me regarding any changes and updates.

They are very approachable, and always take the time, and are able, to convey the complexities of pension matters in terms that I can understand, and I always find the monthly bulletins written by Geoff Stait to be readable, thought provoking and informative.

I will continue to use, and would recommend PML, as pension advisers.

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