British Steel workers to sue over pension transfer plight

Investigating 'all parties involved'

Hannah Godfrey
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A group of British Steel workers have instructed a solicitor over their pension transfer plight
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A group of British Steel workers have instructed a solicitor over their pension transfer plight

British Steel workers who transferred their defined benefit (DB) pensions with Active Wealth UK have taken steps towards instigating legal proceedings against "all parties involved" in the process, Professional Adviser understands.

Solicitor firm Clarke Willmott has been instructed to act on behalf of a group of British Steel workers, who were advised by Active Wealth UK, in respect of Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)...

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