Industry welcomes plans to tackle fraudulent transfers

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Industry welcomes plans to tackle fraudulent transfers

A government proposal to limit the right to transfer pension funds amid increasing scam activity has been welcomed by the industry.

The plans set out in a consultation document on 5 December would limit the statutory right to transfer to some occupational schemes to crack down on one of the main routes used to access savings through...

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