The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said it is up to advisers whether they process a defined benefit (DB) transfer that goes against the advice they have given.
In its consultation paper on advising DB transfers the regulator re-affirmed it would not seek to prevent pension transfers away from safeguarded benefits when an adviser's recommendation was against it,...
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