Hargreaves Lansdown remains slowest on pension transfers - Origo

NFU Mutual the fastest

Hannah Godfrey
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Hargreaves Lansdown has been named as the slowest provider to switch pensions through the Origo transfer service.

The latest Origo Transfer Index revealed Hargreaves Lansdown was the provider with the longest overall ceding performance, taking an average of 35.8 days to transfer a pension. Hargreaves has been consistently named as the provider to take the longest to transfer a pension, according to Origo's data. In April 2020, NFU Mutual was the fastest, with an average ceding time of 5.3 days. The Origo Transfer Index (OTI), which measures the transfer times of a group pensions and administration companies when ceding defined contribution pensions to another provider, showed average transfer tim...

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