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Lighthouse moves its Sipps business to the City

Lighthouse Group is moving its city trustees division from Milton Keynes to London.

The group says as part of its commitment to providing quality support for its IFAs, it is bringing the expertise of City Trustees to the City of London by redeploying the functions of the Milton Keynes office to the capital.

Lighthouse is relocating its Sipps business to its headquarters at 26 Throgmorton Street, London, EC2, which it says should strengthen relationships with key providers and clients.

City Trustees is a nationally established Sipps administrator, currently servicing over 800 SIPPS and 200 SSASs, and the Company is confident that this move will considerably enhance its offering.

Chief executive Malcolm Streatfield says: “We are delighted to be bringing our Sipps administration business into the financial heart of the City of London, where our advisers can have more frequent and subsequently even more beneficial contact with clients and other partners in this field.

“The move represents significant progress in the value of services that Lighthouse can offer in this arena, and we are excited about the benefits that the move will bring for both our advisers and their clients.”

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