Paul Rosson Dip PFS Cert CII(MP)
Senior Financial Consultant
Paul is an independent financial adviser and has been advising clients since 1990. Prior to joining Adroit in January 2017, Paul was a senior consult and head of litigation support at Frenkel Topping, where he worked for 7 years. Prior to that he was the director of financial services for Cassons Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers, a position he held for 10 years.
Throughout his career, Paul has advised hundreds of individuals and companies on pensions, setting up schemes for individuals, from small personal pensions through to complex SIPP and SSAS arrangements for high net worth clients. He has also advised on and implemented company pensions schemes for many types of employer.
He is a recognised expert in pension loss calculations, periodical payment order analysis, personal injury trusts and the investment and ongoing management of damages awards. Paul regularly advises on complex Trusts and Court of Protection matters and works exclusively in the field of personal injury, clinical negligence and criminal injuries compensation.
Paul has prepared in excess of 500 reports in this field and has acted for both claimants and defendants. He regularly prepares CPR compliant reports in litigation matters and has given written and oral evidence in court within his area of expertise. He regularly trains colleagues on all aspects of pension loss and PPO’s.
Paul’s expert witness pension reports regularly cover Defined Benefit Schemes, Defined Contribution Schemes, Work Based Pension calculations, State Pension and Loss of Dependency.
Paul has regularly conducted seminars for law firms and barristers’ chambers throughout the UK. He has also appeared as a guest speaker at Oxford University and for numerous independent conferences (such as APIL, AvMA and The Law Society) for legal practitioners, litigators and professional groups on the role of an independent financial adviser working alongside the legal profession. He has also regularly conducted accredited training for APIL, the SRA and the Bar Standards Board.
- The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)
- The Personal Finance Society (PFS)
- The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)