Pension liberation transfer case to bring 'much-needed clarity'

Royal London blocked £9k pension pot transfer

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Pension liberation transfer case to bring 'much-needed clarity'

A pension liberation case will shortly set a precedent over provider attempts to block suspect transfers. Rebecca Shahoud looks at the issues

Later this month the High Court will rule on the ability of trustees and providers to block transfers to schemes they suspect to be fraudulent. Hughes v Royal London has already been considered by the...

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