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Thomas Miller Investment appoints pension principal

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Thomas Miller Investment has appointed Simon Nicol as pension principal.

Nicol (pictured) has significant pensions experience and is highly regarded in the sector for his knowledge, experience and insight relating to pension planning and legislation, both onshore UK and offshore.
 
Nicol has worked for a number of pension consultancies and wealth management businesses and joins Thomas Miller Investment from Broadstone Corporate Benefits.
 
He will provide technical expertise to clients and to our professional partners, particularly within the accountancy and legal professions.
 
Hugh Titcomb, CEO of Thomas Miller Investment, says: “Pension planning is a key part of our wealth planning service for both individuals and corporate clients, along with their advisors. Simon has significant expertise in this area and we are delighted he is joining our team to work alongside our financial planners and investment managers. His appointment supports our commitment to be at the forefront of pension advice in the UK.”

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