Pension transfer values recover after February dip - XPS

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Helen Cavanagh: "More than half of cases are still showing warning signs that could indicate a scam, or at the very least, the potential for poor member outcomes."

Defined benefit (DB) pension transfer values recovered by about a third last month after February’s sharp fall, according to figures from consultant XPS.

The firm's monthly transfer commentary said March's recovery was largely due to rising expectations of future inflation increasing the expected value of members' pensions. It said its Transfer A...

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