Pointon York has signed distribution deals with platforms, networks and intermediaries after reporting a loss for 2011.
The SIPP provider reported a net loss of £204,000 in the six months to 30 September 2011, down from £236,000 in the same period in 2010.
Jo French, managing director of Pointon York, said the provider has signed distribution agreements with ten firms in a bid to boost sales, three of which will go live before mid-February 2012.
Three of the deals have already been announced. Pointon York will provide corporate SIPPs, individual SIPPs and single investment SIPPs on the Axa Elevate platform.
Advisory firms within network Caerus Wealth will have access to an automated e-SIPP, single investment SIPP and individual SIPP from Pointon York.
As announced in July, JPJShare.com will distribute white-labelled Pointon York investment fund platform and automated e-SIPP.
French could not reveal the details of the other firms with which Pointon York has deals or when these will go live.
"The agreements centre around finding synergies with partners," said French.
"The agreements reflect the SIPP products chosen, the marketing strategy and arrangements, the distribution strategy and arrangements and the forecast success of sales."
The news comes after Pointon York senior management last year took the business off the market after an unsuccessful bid to secure a buyer.
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