UK - Capital Cranfield Trustees has been asked by OPRA to continue as the independent trustee of pensions liberators, the Brand New Carpet Company and Glenworthy.
The contract has been extended for an indefinite period following in-depth discussions between the regulator and the trustee.
Capital Cranfield Trustees director Charles Goddard said: “With the aid of statutory bodies and government agencies, we look forward to bringing matters to a speedy conclusion as they relate to these two schemes.”
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