Two trustee firms connected with suspected pension liberation schemes have been wound up by the High Court following a probe conducted by the Insolvency Service.
Omni Trustees Ltd and Imperial Trustee Services Ltd - which were, respectively, the trustees of the Henley Retirement Benefit Scheme (HRBS) and the Capita Oak Pension Scheme (COPS) - were wound up by the...
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