FCA to host events for British Steel workers in Port Talbot

First two sessions on 14 June

Hannah Godfrey
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“We encourage all of those impacted to attend" - the FCA's Megan Butler
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“We encourage all of those impacted to attend" - the FCA's Megan Butler

The FCA is to host a series of events for British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) members, which are designed to provide information to those who may be concerned about pension advice they have received.

The first two sessions will be held on 14 June at the Princess Royal Theatre in Port Talbot. Sessions are open to any scheme member, former scheme member or family member affected by potentially poor pension...

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