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Hornbuckle Mitchell creates new Sipp business team

Specialist Sipp provider Hornbuckle Mitchell has created a dedicated administration team responsible for its Sipp and Fipp products.

The provider is setting up a new business centre based in its Leicester head office to oversee the establishment of all new Sipps and Fipps and the new team will be headed by Nicholas Angrave who joined the firm earlier this year.

The team will start to process all new business from the middle of August.

Managing director Dave White says: “Our goal is to offer a streamlined and consistent level of service to IFAs and clients.

“But we know from recent research and talking to IFAs that speed and efficiency are critical when setting up schemes. The new business team will focus on setting up new schemes quickly and accurately and ensuring transfers in are coordinated as efficiently as possible.”



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  1. HBM SIPPs
    They really ought to sort out the admin with existing SIPPs. It has been dreadful for the past 18 months in my experience and not worth the admin fees they are chargin clients.

  2. HBM SIPPS
    This whole article comes across as an admission of past failure.

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