Tom Selby: Is this the start of the fightback against scammers?

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Tom Selby: "The extra flexibility of pension freedom created a window of opportunity for criminals to go for people’s pensions."
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Tom Selby: "The extra flexibility of pension freedom created a window of opportunity for criminals to go for people’s pensions."

To what degree will the government's planned pension scams clampdown really protect savers and investors? Tom Selby takes a closer look at what we know about the proposals so far

After months of delay and uncertainty, the government has finally confirmed a clampdown on pension scams first unveiled in November 2016 will go ahead. The announcement was carefully pre-briefed...

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