Adviser platform and SIPP supplier Nucleus has appointed Andrew Tully as technical companies director.
He’ll be a part of the platform later this week and can be liable for the evaluation and interpretation of regulation, laws and taxation points.
Mr Tully replaces Neil MacGillivray, who’s retiring as head of the technical assist unit after a profitable twenty 5 12 months profession with James Hay and Nucleus.
He has 35 years of expertise working in pensions and retirement, most not too long ago at Canada Life the place he was technical director.
Mr Tully was made redundant by Canada Life after 5 years because of a restructuring programme. He was technical director and liable for pensions, retirement and safety experience.
Previous to Canada Life he held senior roles inside a number of pension suppliers together with Commonplace Life and Aegon.
At Nucleus Mr Tully may have a selected give attention to serving to form Nucleus’s retirement propositions, working with business teams and lobbying regulators and Authorities.
He’ll report back to Chris Williams, Nucleus’s propositions director.
Mr Williams stated: “We welcome Andrew to Nucleus and are thrilled to have attracted a real business heavy-hitter to our rising crew. He has a powerful observe document of championing the retirement causes of curiosity to advisers and their shoppers, and is likely one of the finest recognized and most revered pensions names within the business.
“He’ll additionally assist us form our retirement proposition, guaranteeing that our priorities are aligned with these of advisers and that we assist them in each method we are able to to assist their clients plan for retirement.”
Mr Tully added: “I’m delighted to be becoming a member of Nucleus at this thrilling time within the platform’s evolution, because it cements its place as a scale participant within the business with a really clear objective to assist make retirement extra rewarding.
“I’m wanting ahead to working with the crew to play my half in serving to to construct the perfect retirement platform for advisers and their shoppers, and to enhancing understanding of pensions in order that extra folks can stay up for a safe and rewarding future.”
Earlier this week Nucleus accomplished its £242m acquisition of SIPP and SSAS supplier Curtis Banks to create a retirement-focused adviser platform with roughly £80bn in Belongings Below Administration.
Nucleus says the deal creates an £80bn adviser platform group. The 2 firms will proceed to function individually in the intervening time, however Curtis Banks will ultimately be rebranded underneath the Nucleus banner.