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MD Pension Solutions rebrands

IFA referral specialists MD Pension Solutions has rebranded as MD Financial Solutions.

It says the rebrand illustrates its capacity to provide a wider range of financial services referral offerings to mortgage brokers.

MD Financial Solutions can now offer retirement planning – including pension transfers, SIPPs, annuities, stakeholder products, income drawdown, regular contributions, group schemes and final salary.

It is also offering investment planning and advice – including ISA’s, unit trusts, bonds, endowments and pooled investments.

Mark Clinton, director at MD Financial Solutions, says: “As the business evolved it became obvious that whilst mortgage brokers were embracing their clients need for pensions advice and referring them accordingly, they also required access to a much wider range of financial services.

“By working closely with our specialist advisers brokers can ensure their clients can have access to such product areas all within the FSA’s strict TCF guidelines and with no worries regarding any potential cross-selling.”

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