Nigel Murphy

Executive Consultant
nigel.g.murphy@kelland.co.uk

An Executive Consultant for Kellands (Gloucester) Limited, Nigel is a pension specialist having acquired a wealth of experience over the past 37 years. Nigel worked for three major financial institutions as a senior technical support consultant,  before moving into the field of providing financial advice to both individuals and companies.

At Kellands, Nigel works very closely with his clients on a wealth management basis, where there is a clear focus and understanding of retirement needs and requirements, short, medium and long term. As a pension transfer specialist, he can also offer pension advice for those considering a transfer from a defined benefit pension scheme.

Nigel has always had a passion for racing and driving his Lotus at 90 miles per hour on track days was a common occurrence.  However, now that his children have grown up and found girlfriends, Nigel has changed his pace and can be seen travelling at a more sedate 4 or 6 miles per hour on his boat which he moors at Tewkesbury marina!

Nigel is a long standing member of The Personal Finance Society (he joined way back in 1982 when it was known as the Life Insurance Association and well before it became a requirement to have a professional ethic/code of conduct).

Nigel’s qualifications include;

Diploma In Financial Planning

FP1 Financial Services and Regulation

FP2 Protection, Savings and Investments

FP3 Identifying and Satisfying Client Needs

JO1 Personal tax

JO2 Trusts

JO4 Pension Funding options

JO5 Pension Income Options

G60 Pension (Specialisation)

AF3 Pension Planning

K10 Retirement Options

RO2 Investment Principles and Risk

RO8 Pensions Update

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