Adviser Home has partnered with specialist pension provider City Trustees to promote bespoke pensions practices.
Adviser Home will additionally work with City Trustees on the development of an adviser academy to offer technical and business support to advisers in the pensions market.
Adviser Home director Andy Kirby said: "We are delighted to welcome City Trustees as a strategic partner. They have outstanding expertise, and through our on-site Bespoke Pensions Centre and a programme of communications we will work with them to help the adviser market develop their practices."
City Trustees managing director Ed Carey said: "Through the Adviser Home platform, we will be able to support advisers in developing their businesses through a structured and efficient approach. Our emphasis will be on the technical support we can offer to advisers requiring more sophisticated pensions-based solutions for their clients, and on sharing our experience of outstanding client outcomes.
"This partnership with Adviser Home follows a successful year for City Trustees which included the integration of the Ashcourt Rowan SIPP and SSAS portfolio."
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