How can trustees deal with suspicious transfer requests?

PP looks at the options

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Trustees face difficulties when considering whether to block transfers to suspected liberation schemes. Barbara Cole looks at the options.

‘A highly unenviable position.' The Pensions Ombudsman hit the nail right on the head when he used these words recently to describe the dilemma faced by trustees when considering whether to block t...

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