Robert Bence is the founder of Rescue my Pension a company that specialises in advising clients who wish to plan for their future through property investment.
He has a reputation as an outspoken critic of the major pension companies and regularly blogs on the pension crisis. He has been in the industry for six years and is widely regarded as an expert in this field. Rob puts his money where his mouth is and uses property investment as his own means of planning for the future of himself and his family.
Rob loves a challenge and sets himself high standards, both in his professional and personal life. He has recently climbed both Mount Kilimanjaro and Mont Blanc. He is currently training to run his first marathon.
Rescue my Pension is the country’s leading property pension company. As more people become aware of the pension crisis that the UK is facing, they’re beginning to look for real alternatives. Rescue my Pension helps by putting together a property pension strategy to enable clients to provide for their future. All the services offered are backed up by credible guarantees.
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