Rowanmoor Pensions is already storming ahead of last year's total new business figures with a 220% increase in SIPP sales from last year's Q2.
The company has sold more SIPPs in Q1 and Q2 of its current financial year than in 2010-11, where they sold 760 SIPPS in total.
The company's SSAS proposition is also up 10% year-on-year. And take-up of the Family Pension Trust has increased by 10%.
Ian Hammond, managing director at Rowanmoor Pensions said their SIPP was "becoming the SIPP of choice for advisers looking to provide their clients with a SIPP that offers full investment options married with the best service possible."
The group also achieved strong service standards with average standards during Q2 at 99.20% for SSAS, 99.13% for SIPP and 99.39% for Family Pension Trust.
In addition, Hammond said clients were taking full advantage of their offering's investment flexibility- favouring property, fund supermarkets and cash investments, while exercising caution over alternative ventures. Esoteric investments account for only 1.1% of assets under administration and unregulated collective investment schemes (UCIS) just 1%.
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