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Pensions Regulator managing increasingly complex cases

The Pensions Regulator is spending more of its time on a small number of complex cases than in previous years, it has said.  03 Jul 2015

Companies behind £12m pension 'liberation' scam wound up by High Court

Two companies that received £11.9 million worth of investments from clients "misled" into participating in a pension liberation scheme have been wound up by the High Court after an investigation by the Insolvency Service. 24 Jun 2015

Expect to pay up to £1,000 compensation for ‘non-financial injustice’, says Pensions Ombudsman

Pension savers who suffer “significant” distress or inconvenience as a result of scheme maladministration will generally receive compensation of between £500 and £1,000 if their complaint is upheld, the Pensions Ombudsman has said. 23 Jun 2015

Pension liberation fraud cases on the rise despite warnings from UK regulators

Cases of so-called pension liberation rose last year, accounting for the vast majority of pension-related frauds in 2014, according to data collected by Action Fraud and the Office for National Statistics (ONS). 18 Jun 2015

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