Ombudsman refuses claim for compensation over Pru transfer delay

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The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) has refused to order the Prudential to pay compensation after it took too long to transfer a member of its own scheme's funds to Scottish Widows.

PO Tony King (pictured) upheld the complaint from Kevin Harvey against the Prudential Pension Scheme, but refused Harvey's demand for a £500 pay-out as the insurer had already compensated him adequ...

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