Revealed: 29 steelworkers aged under 30 bring legal claims over transfer advice

13 advice firms involved

Sophie King
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Clarke Willmott has 29 clients who transferred out under the age of 30
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Clarke Willmott has 29 clients who transferred out under the age of 30

The number of British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) members who transferred out under the age of 30 is more than was once thought, Professional Adviser can reveal.

Clark Willmott, a solicitor firm that has handled hundreds of claims relating to British Steel workers who received poor defined benefit (DB) transfer advice, has said it is acting for 29 clients w...

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