Covering North Leics, West Lincs and all of Nottinghamshire
Investment & Retirement Solutions Ltd is led by Paul Corner, a 'gold standard' Chartered Financial Planner.
Paul brings an extra layer of gravitas and experience to our team. Paul's expertise is recognised in his appointment as an examiner & tutor for the London Institute, he is an adviser to the Pensions Ombudsman and is also an award-winning university lecturer.
Additionally, Paul's expertise in the financial aspects of divorce, particularly pensions on divorce is recognised through his nomination and subsequent membership of the Solicitor's Family Law Association (Resolution). Paul was elected to the fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts in recognition of his financial education activities.
We "get our kicks" by helping regular people with regular financial problems. People usually to start working with us at important stages in their life, like close to or at retirement or the sale of a business, or when life changes unexpectedly, for example upon divorce or if an inheritance is received.
We help our clients navigate the financial minefield to find the right path to their financial goals.
We don’t do jargon and we think we’re pretty good at making complex issues very simple.
Our accomplishments have been built on three core principles; integrity, professionalism and impartiality. This, coupled with our passion for a creative and innovative technical approach to financial planning, ensures an exclusive, bespoke client service that is second to none.
Your personal forecast and financial plan will show you where you are now financially and what you need to do to get to where you want to be.
Bridgford Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 6AU
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