Schemes hit by fraud doubles in just two years

Stephanie Baxter
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More than one third of pension schemes experienced fraud this year as risks to members were increased by the introduction of the April freedoms, according to research by RSM.

The figure is more than double the 17% reported in the firm's last pension fraud risk survey in 2013. The firm said this "dramatic" increase in fraud was worrying, especially as 20% of schemes s...

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