Earlier this year the Pensions Ombudsman said it would participate in appeals against its decisions where there was public need. As the first case where the PO has participated has been decided, Helen Morrissey asks what can be expected
At a glance Earlier this year the ombudsman said it would intervene in appeals where there was a greater public need In what is believed to be the first exercise of this power the PO's determination...
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