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We’ve previously highlighted how challenging the Welsh Government’s lockdown travel restrictions proved to be for us to access the Rhos on Sea office, leading to the decision that we should relocate the Registered Office to our Head Office at Ransom Hall.

We have completed the Registered Office relocation today; the Registrar of Companies, the Financial Conduct Authority and the Information Commissioner have all confirmed that their public registers are being updated accordingly.

Investment & Retirement Solutions Ltd has it’s roots firmly embedded along the North Wales coast and it’s important to reiterate for that the office in Rhos on Sea is still available for meetings and that we remain committed to providing a great personal service to all of our clients, irrespective of where in the three nations they maybe found.

To ensure we’re compliant with the Companies Act, we’ve changed our ‘contact us‘ page with a revised statutory disclosure. We’ve temporarily removed the Rhos on Sea office, but don’t worry, it’ll be back soon along with details of our central Scotland location.

Our centralised non-geographic local-rate telephone number is unchanged.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have any queries.

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