Parmenion joins the Powwow

How! Parmenion are proud and delighted to be a sponsor of the Paraplanner Powwow for 2020.

Powwow’s ethos – to gather, learn, fix and share – is totally in tune with our own ambition to make investing straightforward and help people get the most out of life.

And we’re long standing advocates of the paraplanner community. Our Head of Strategic Relationships, Pat Ingram, is a seasoned judge and presenter at multiple Paraplanner of the Year Awards, including, IFP, CISI and Professional Paraplanner.

He says:

Paraplanners add an extra dimension to the financial planning process and are invaluable to both good client outcomes and to mitigating compliance risk around advice. The support of a paraplanner is absolutely key to advisers delivering what their clients need with confidence and speed.

Richard Allum, one of the Powwow’s founding volunteers, gave Parmenion a very warm welcome.

Parmenion has been the topic of many conversations in the teepees, most notably last year during the Howwow on Mifid II Costs and Charges statements. We like the way they think, and look forward to collaborating with the team.

The feeling’s entirely mutual. We very excited to be joining the Powwow gatherings and conversations, in real and virtual teepees, to get to grips with the challenges paraplanners face, and understand what we can do to help.

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