Following the recent launch of the stakeholder pension IFA Rayburn has set up a subsidiary to deal s...
Following the recent launch of the stakeholder pension IFA Rayburn has set up a subsidiary to deal specifically with employers wanting to provide pension products to employees.
Rayburn Sigma, formed by Rayburn managing director Roula Rayburn and William Fleischmann-Allen, will commence operations next Thursday catering for the particular requirements of employers and employees through services to IFAs and other professional advisers.
Rayburn said: "This is a flexible partnership that enables other advisers to utilise the sales, servicing and administration elements offered by Rayburn Sigma either as individual components or as an integrated benefits solution. We anticipate working with over 50 advisers in the first twelve months and completing over £5m of annual premium business."
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