Trustees called to do 'all they can' in fight against scams

Trustees fearful of lack of engagement from members

Martin Richmond
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Watts-Lay: "It is time that trustees and employers do all they can to stop pension scammers in their tracks"
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Watts-Lay: "It is time that trustees and employers do all they can to stop pension scammers in their tracks"

Almost all (92%) trustees fear scammers will target scheme members who are approaching their retirement, according to a Wealth at Work and Pensions Management Institute (PMI) survey.

Overcoming the risks at retirement surveyed a range of trustees on a variety of risks which members face as they approach their retirement. The survey also revealed that 73% of trustees are anxi...

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