Complaints to the Financial Ombudsman Service about defined benefit (DB) transfers and self-invested personal pensions (SIPP) steadily increased between the second and third quarters of last year, official figures show.
Data for Q2 (July to September 2019) showed 157 DB linked complaints were made. Some 34% were upheld. In Q3 (October to November) this rose to 213 with 29% being upheld. In Q2 597 SIPP related complaints...
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