Pension transfer activity stabilises over June - XPS Pension Group

Ended month at £240,800

Hannah Godfrey
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“June has seen a welcome stabilisation of the transfer market," - XPS's Mark Barlow
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“June has seen a welcome stabilisation of the transfer market," - XPS's Mark Barlow

Transfer values fell slightly during June 2019, as the number of defined benefit (DB) transfers also fell marginally, according to the XPS Transfer Watch and Transfer Value indices.

The DB transfer value index was less volatile throughout June than it was during May, when the index rose to near-record highs. The index ended June at a value of £240,800, down slightly from £241,...

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