Register for Our Freedom & Choice in Pensions Seminar
At GPFM, our London financial advisors have spoken often about the effects of the pension freedoms that came into effect earlier this year. Depending on your financial situation, there will likely be pros and cons regarding the repercussions of the new pension rules.
We’d love to offer each and every one of you a consultation on your financial future, and that’s why we’ve decided to hold our very own pension freedoms and choice seminar (free admission).
Why Pension Freedoms?
Pension freedoms are a hot topic at the moment. Now that everybody over 55 has full pension pot access, many – rightly – are asking why there hasn’t been a sudden rise in the number of Lamborghinis on the road. The answer is different for every person or organisation.
We’re uniquely qualified to advise people about their financial situations. Advising on over £160m of assets for a combination of private clients, corporate clients, charities and trusts, we work with individuals and organisations with financial baskets of all different shapes and sizes.
In addition, we are highly qualified to offer our analysis and advice, having received our Chartered Financial Planner status from the Chartered Insurance Institute. We work extremely hard to retain this landmark status, and will do all we can to retain it. Having chartered status means that we commit to a high standard of ethics, reinforcing the highest standards of professional practice in our business dealings.
Join us at the Hanbury Manor Hotel & Country Club, Ware on Wednesday 14th October at 08:30am for coffee, followed by a presentation from 08:45 to 09:30.
The aim of the seminar will be to explain the changes and enhanced options available when it comes to accessing your pension money in lieu of the new freedoms.
If you’re interested in financial planning of any sort, please get in touch on 01992 500261.
To book your place at the seminar, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article is for information only and must not be considered as financial advice. We always recommend that you seek independent financial advice before making any financial decisions. Investments can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested.