The Pensions Ombudsman has announced delays to its decision on upwards of 84 complaints related to suspected liberation fraud, claiming it is "not yet in a position to publish" conclusions.
But the Ombudsman said it expects to be able to publish the decisions in the autumn. In an update, it said: "The pension liberation cases that we are looking at need very careful consideration -...
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