Turning a blind eye to GMP errors 'is not going to wash'

Michael Klimes
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Turning a blind eye to GMP errors 'is not going to wash'

Trustees must not ignore past underpayments to members in relation to guaranteed minimum pensions (GMP) according to an Allen & Overy lawyer.

Counsel Helen Powell (pictured above) was speaking at a Pensions Management Institute (PMI) seminar on administration, which saw the launch of the Pensions Administration Standards Association's (PASA)...

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