GP seminar: GP pensions and planning a sustainable practice for the future – Wednesday 18 September

14th August 2019

The increasing level of personal risk associated with joining a GP partnership is a major factor influencing GPs’ decisions not to join partnerships, or leave them prematurely.

Now the GP Partnership Review, together with the GP Premises Policy Review, has made a series of recommendations aimed at reducing that risk and delivering a partnership model for the future.

This seminar for GPs examines key issues including:

  • How to limit NHS pension scheme tax charges
  • How GPs can manage their estate more efficiently in light of the Premises Policy Review
  • How GPs can access capital funding to secure their future
  • How to deal with tax implications around the introduction and withdrawal of capital when you have new or leaving partners

Our speakers

Paul Gordon, MacArthur Gordon
Paul has been advising doctors on pensions and financial planning since June 2000 after joining BMA Services. He regularly liaises with the NHS Pensions Agency, medical specialist accountants and solicitors to ensure a full understanding of the issues currently being faced.

Stewart Gregory, Rix & Kay
Stewart has worked with GPs for more than 20 years. He specialises in advising practices on a wide range of strategic issues and is considered a thought leader on NHS estate management.

Jon Goad, Lloyds Bank
Jon is Healthcare Relationship Director in Lloyds’ SME Banking Team. With a portfolio of GP clients, Jon provides specialist finance for practice acquisition, partnership buy-in, equipment purchase and property refurbishment.

Paul Feist, Plus Accounting
Paul is Managing Director of Plus Accounting and manages the accounting, tax and advisory services for a number of GP clients.

Event details

Date: Wednesday 18 September
Times: 6.30pm arrival for 7.00pm start – 8.15pm close
Venue: MyHotel, 7 Jubilee Street, Brighton, BN1 1GE

Free to register, but there are limited places available.

To book your place, please call 01273 766953 or email