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Clients looking to transfer out of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes could struggle to find willing advisers and providers to facilitate the shift, leaving them at greater risk of falling victim to fraudsters, Neil MacGillivray has warned.
People wanting to cash in their pension pots without taking financial advice should be subject to a mandatory 30 day cooling-off period, advice firm LEBC has said.
The UK will become a pensions transfer ‘haven' for European Union (EU) citizens once freedom and choice comes into effect, a top pensions lawyer has said.
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