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Pensions Ombudsman's decision potentially a 'pyrrhic victory' for saver who transferred £100,000 into suspect scheme

A scheme suspected of being used for so-called 'pension liberation' must transfer a member's pension savings at his request, the Pensions Ombudsman has ruled. 29 May 2015

FCA fines former Keydata head a record £75m for misleading 'death bond' investors

The former chief executive of Keydata, the failed investment firm, has been fined a record £75 million over "unclear, incorrect and misleading" sales of so-called 'death bonds' to retail investors. 28 May 2015

Pension scheme independent governance committees should 'focus on successful outcomes' as work begins, says expert

FOCUS: Independent governance schemes (IGCs) and pension scheme providers should think very carefully about what they are trying to achieve and why as the first major compliance deadline looms. 27 May 2015

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Pension matters have become a major issue for employers, trustees, public sector bodies and financial institutions in recent years. Using Pinsent Masons means you use one of the strongest pensions law teams in Europe. Over 70 lawyers, paralegals and trust administrators, working collegiately out of offices in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester, offering clear, practical and cost-effective advice.

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