Pensions liberation cases

Our previous editions of Pensions Priorities and Pensions Pieces contain articles in relation to pensions liberation, one of the most high-profile and problematic issues currently facing the pensions industry. Pensions liberation is usually facilitated by an individual transferring their benefits to a pensions liberation vehicle (e.g. a ‘bogus’ pension scheme set up just for that purpose). The Pensions Regulator, in particular, has urged schemes to exercise caution when dealing with transfer requests in case they are being made in the context of a pensions liberation situation…

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