Rowanmoor Pensions has paid tribute to its joint managing director David Seaton, whose body was found on a Cornwall beach earlier this month. A body found in Bude was identified as that of Seaton, who went missing on August 24.
Seaton, 57, joined the financial services industry in October 1986. He became a corporate financial adviser in July 1989 and a pensioneer trustee in 1990, before joining James Hay in 1993.
With joint managing director Ian Hammond, Seaton undertook a management buyout of the SSAS and associated consultancy business of James Hay and established Rowanmoor Pensions in 2006.
Hammond says: “David actively campaigned on the issues he felt strongly about, most recently, he wrote to the Chancellor of the Exchequer outlining proposed pension changes to the 2009 Finance Bill. David’s determination and dedication was inspirational.”