THE pensions ombudsman's office is likely to be scrapped following an institutional review for the department for work and pensions, industry sources have told PP .
They say Paul Thornton’s review, which is due to be published before the end of spring, will recommend the pensions ombudsman’s office should be absorbed into the financial ombudsman’s service. Sources...
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