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Pointon York appoints pensions specialist to board

Pension specialist Pointon York has appointed Ian Martin as non-executive chairman.


Forty-six-year-old Martin has held a number of non-executive positions including five years with the Securities and Futures Authority.


Pointon York chief executive Geoffrey Pointon says: &#34He brings to the board a wealth of experience, particularly in the areas of banking and finance, at a time when our company is poised for significant growth.&#34

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