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Talbot & Muir set up Sipp arm

Nottingham based pension specialists and pensioneer trustee Talbot & Muir is establishing a separate company of TM Sipp Services aiming to provide IFAs with expert self invested personal pension administration.

It has also announced the appointment of former Framlington regional sales manager Martin Hipwell to further develop its Sipp business in a new role.

Talbot & Muir managing director Brian Talbot says: “We have seen a steady increase in our Sipp business from IFAs in the last two year&#39s and with the predicted increase in the size of the Sipp market, we feel our experience and systems make us well positioned to offer a quality administration service to IFAs and their clients.”

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Born: January 20, 1955, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh. Lives: Edinburgh, with wife Joan and three sons. Education/qualifications: St Katherine&#39s College, Cambridge (BA Hons maths), member of Faculty of Actuaries. Career: 1976 joined Scottish Life as actuarial trainee, 1983 made investment manager, 1988 general manager (marketing), 1995 general manager (administration), 1996 director of Scottish Life International Holdings, […]

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