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Intelligent Pensions bolsters management team

Intelligent Pensions has recruited Andrew Pennie as marketing director.
 
Pennie joins Intelligent Pensions from Santander Private Banking, where he was marketing director for James Hay and Cater Allen Private Bank.

Pennie previously spent 10 years at the likes of Ernst & Young, HSBC and Lloyds Private Banking.

Intelligent Pensions managing director Steve Patterson says: “Given the ever increasing onus on IFAs to provide ongoing reviews and advice for their retirement clients against a backdrop of multiple solutions, new legislation and changing economic conditions, we believe this is an opportune time to grow the business and make many more IFAs aware of the opportunities and benefits of partnering with Intelligent Pensions.”

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