March 16th, 2016
The Three Amigos Pension Success!
We are very pleased to announce that three of our financial planning consultants recently received notification that they have all passed their AwPETR exam – a Level 6 Award in Pension Transfers which effectively gives them a ‘Pension Specialist’ status. This qualification, once assessed as competent, allows the consultants to give advice in a very complex area of financial services ensuring that clients receive the best possible advice applicable to their individual situation in order to meet their retirement needs.
Following recent changes to pension legislation, access to high quality and appropriate pensions advice, both generally and specifically relating to transfers, is becoming more important than ever. Effective pension transfer advice is driven by an enhanced appreciation of client needs, detailed analysis and evaluation of data and comprehensive knowledge of both the transfer options available and their implications.
Dale Gough, Edward Dalley and Laura Evans studied very hard to complete the coursework and examination and, as you can imagine, the Prosser Knowles team were ecstatic to hear the news.
Prosser Knowles Associates Limited actively encourage all members of the team; whether they are a Client Services Team Member, a Financial Planning Consultant, Management or a Director, to complete industry specific examinations to better their knowledge and therefore provide our clients with the best service possible.
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Written by: Kay Crooke – Practice Manager, Prosser Knowles Associates Limited
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