“Excellent service - as expected and why PSGS was chosen.”
“PSGS was chosen because of their knowledge of the subject and awareness of our particular schemes.”
“Ann and her team are very knowledgeable and proactive, liaise well with our other advisers and provide the Trustees with an invaluable secretarial service.”
“In any major corporate transaction, time is of the essence. PSGS's pragmatic commercial approach helped us manage the pensions aspects of our group re-structure to ensure a positive outcome for all parties. ”
“Wish I'd had the opportunity to do the Trustee training course sooner! ”
“In my experience, not all professional trustees are able to cope with tricky or potentially confrontational situations. I find PSGS has massive experience in getting involved, earning the respect of others and resolving such issues. They get stuck in – they are a first rate team.”
Curtis co-ordinates all day-to-day activities for a range of scheme secretarial and independent trustee appointments.
Curtis began his pensions career in 2011 dealing with the Financial Assistance Scheme, transferring a number of complex schemes over to FAS. He joined us in 2012.
Curtis is involved in the creation of electronic board meeting packs and implementation of electronic communications and systems. He also acts as scheme secretary on a number of small appointments.
Curtis is a prize winner in three Pensions Management Institute (PMI) papers - ‘Retail Investment and Personal Taxation’, ‘Professional and Governance’ and ‘Running a Workplace Pension Scheme’.
Curtis regularly takes part in charity fundraising events, like a recent cycle journey from London to Reading. He is also a keen motorsport participant and regularly finishes on the podium.
Qualifications: PMI Diploma in Retirement Provision, Associate of the Pensions Management Institute (APMI), accredited professional trustee
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