Royal London and LCP call for wider access to partial DB transfers

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The paper presents potential advantages of these types of transfers
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The paper presents potential advantages of these types of transfers

There needs to be wider access to partial transfers out of defined benefit (DB) schemes, according to a joint paper published by Royal London and Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP).

The research paper ­- published today (1 October) - renews calls for the halfway house approach, and presents potential advantages to trustees, employers, advisers and scheme members of these types of...

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