UK - A law firm wants the pensions ombudsman's jurisdiction extended to allow complaints against third-party administrators by employers.
At present the ombudsman can only take complaints made against outsourced administrators by a member who has suffered injustice as a result of maladministration – this jurisdiction does not extend to trustees and employers.
Linklaters Pensions litigation partner Mark Blyth said the gap in the ombudsman’s jurisdiction was “illogical”.
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