Keeley Paddon: Considerations for a positive DB transfer call - Part 1

First of two articles

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Keeley Paddon: "With gilt yields running low and many DB schemes still offering historically high transfer values, my team of six have experienced a fourfold increase in requests for DB file checks since late in 2016."
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Keeley Paddon: "With gilt yields running low and many DB schemes still offering historically high transfer values, my team of six have experienced a fourfold increase in requests for DB file checks since late in 2016."

In the first of two articles on potential issues concerning DB pension transfers, Keeley Paddon highlights some key considerations advisers need to address before making a positive recommendation

I have been meaning to write this article for some time now but, with the volumes of cases we have recently been dealing with, time has been an even more precious commodity than usual. In fact, with...

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