Getting Brexit done: What next for schemes?

James Phillips
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Although Brexit is progressing, schemes should not cancel no-deal planning
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Although Brexit is progressing, schemes should not cancel no-deal planning

The UK will leave the EU on 31 January, Professional Pensions’ expert advisory panel tells James Phillips what pension schemes should now be thinking about.

Parliament has finally approved Brexit, providing additional certainty to regulators, investors, and the public after a tumultuous three-and-a-half years. It has been a hard-won battle for the Conservative...

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