Tributes paid to SIPP and SSAS pioneer Geoffrey Pointon who died after contracting coronavirus

'Larger than life figure'

Tom Ellis
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Geoffrey Pointon died on Thursday 2 April.
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Geoffrey Pointon died on Thursday 2 April.

Geoffrey Pointon, self-invested personal pension (SIPP) and small self administered scheme (SSAS) pioneer and founder of Pointon York, has died after contracting coronavirus.

According to local newspaper Rutland & Stamford Mercury he died on Thursday April 2 in Kettering General Hospital. The 82-year-old leaves behind four sons and a daughter. More to SIPPs founder J...

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