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London York announces new appointment

Specialist pensions IFAs London York Fund Managers has appointed Dorothy Wheeler to its pensions team.


Wheeler who joins the firm as senior pensions specialist, has 30 years experience in the industry. Her main areas of expertise are employee benefits and self-administered pension schemes.


London York pensions director Richard Byfield says: &#34Wheeler brings to the team extensive experience in self administered and employee pension schemes.


&#34Her appointment marks continued growth at London York in order to meet increased client demand across the North of England now and through into the millennium.&#34

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