Insolvency Service shuts down five pension liberation firms

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Insolvency Service shuts down five pension liberation firms

The Insolvency Service has revealed it closed down five pension liberation firms in its last financial year from April 2015 to March 2016.

It revealed the firms scammed savers out of over £128m, and estimated it saved an additional £107m being taken from the public by winding them up. Two of the companies closed were KJK Investments and...

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