Rowanmoor Pensions, previously the small self-administered scheme business of James Hay, is planning a series of pension roadshows.
The company, which launched on the 1 September, is intending to hold a series of nine free seminars which aim to provide clarity in the technical issues arising post A-Day while also introducing the new company to advisers.
Ian Hammond, the managing director of Rowanmoor, and David Seaton, the director of consultancy, the two former James Hay directors who formed Rowanmoor through a management buyout, will be presenting the seminars and covering topics including:
- An introduction to Rowanmoor Pensions
- Post pensions simplification - the grey areas
- Clarity on some finer technical A-Day issues
Seaton says Rowanmoor is looking forward to the roadshows as it provides an opportunity to discuss some technical issues as well as introduce its new product the ‘Family Pension Trust’.
The new product, which will officially start to roll out this month, will look like a ssas, as members will have trustees, but it will not need to be company based instead it will be provider based, similar to a self-invested personal pension (sipp), but each one will be individually registered.
Seaton adds: “This is an exciting time for Rowanmoor Pensions and we look forward to building on our success by providing innovative advice to corporate financial advisers across the country.” Dates for the seminars are as follows,
|Wednesday 18 October||London|
|Thursday 2 November||Gatwick|
|Wednesday 8 November||Glasgow|
|Thursday 9 November||Birmingham|
|Tuesday 14 November||Belfast|
|Thursday 16 November||Manchester|
|Wednesday 22 November||Wetherby|
|Tuesday 5 December||Bristol|
For more information please contact Rowanmoor through its website.
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