The easing of the UK’s ‘lockdown’ could mean a steady rise in defined benefit (DB) transfers, as the ‘lockdown effect’ on the sector weakens, research from consultancy Lane Clark and Peacock (LCP) has found.
Analysis by LCP found a sharp decline in inquiries at LCP schemes following the nationwide lockdown at the end of March (see graph at the bottom of this article for full details). According to LCP,...
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