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A pension provider did not need to carry out additional due diligence before complying with a customer's request to transfer his savings to the now-insolvent Capita Oak scheme, the Pensions Ombudsman has ruled. 14 Jul 2016
The administrator of a self-invested personal pension (SIPP) scheme has successfully appealed sanction charges by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), after a tribunal found it "reasonably believed" that payments made from the scheme were not being used for pension... 12 Jul 2016
The new Pensions Ombudsman's change in approach to dispute resolution has enabled the service to resolve a greater number of complaints without a corresponding increase in delays, an expert has said. 11 Jul 2016
The Pensions Ombudsman's recent commitment to defending appeals against his determinations where he believes this to be in the public interest is an "interesting change of approach", particularly in the context of pension scams, an expert has said. 01 Jul 2016
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