SIPP provider Pointon York has taken itself off the market after a two-month sale process.
The provider, set up in 1971 by Geoff Pointon, pictured, put itself up for sale in September after receiving several approaches and began seeking formal offers.
However, the board of Pointon York has now announced the formal sale process has come to an end and that it is "in its shareholders' best interests to remain independent" for now.
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