Rowanmoor Pensions has appointed a sales consultant for the southern region to provide consultancy and support services for advisers.
This is the latest appointment for the company which was set up in September 2006 following a management buy-out of James Hay’s small self administered scheme (Ssas) business by Ian Hammond and David Seaton.
Rowanmoor says Mark Tomlinson, previously a consultant at Abbey for intermediaries and most recently an IFA, will provide support to its professional adviser partners in the eastern part of the southern region.
The company says Tomlinson, who will work from the Salisbury office, will bring to the company over 12 years experience in the pensions industry and a number of specialist skills including relationship management and corporate financial planning using Ssas arrangements.
Ian Hammond, managing director at Rowanmoor, says this is the first of a number of similar appointments which will cover different regions around the country.
He says: “This is a key part of Rowanmoor Pensions’ strategy and these appointments demonstrate our commitment to providing the very best service and support to advisers of corporate and high net worth clients.”
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