FSCS tops up steelworker payouts by £80,000 after recalculation

77 total claimants

Hannah Godfrey
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Mark Neale: "We know that there are other BSPS members who may be entitled to make a claim but have yet to come forward."
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Mark Neale: "We know that there are other BSPS members who may be entitled to make a claim but have yet to come forward."

The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has topped up the compensation payouts of five steelworkers, adding a total of £80,000 to their claims.

The lifeboat fund has issued an update about its compensation decision for British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) members affected by the failure of adviser firm Active Wealth UK, which was found to have...

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