Defined benefit (DB) pension transfers can be beneficial for consumers but their regulation must be reconsidered, the industry has warned.
Current regulation mandates the advice process for DB transfers must treat a saver's funds as if they were being used to buy an annuity. This means the lump sum from the transfer would be mapped out as...
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