Compulsory advice on DB to DC transfers move welcomed

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Stakeholders have welcomed the government's decision to mandate regulated advice for those seeking to transfer out of a private sector defined benefit (DB) pension scheme.

It follows the decision by government to permit switches from DB to defined contribution (DC) schemes. It intends to make it a statutory requirement on transferring schemes that individuals must receive...

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