Fraud

Are scammers the biggest beneficiaries of the pension reforms? – ask Penny Cogher and Dominique Dolman, Irwin Mitchell
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) today unveiled a refreshed and hard hitting scorpion campaign to warn of the dangers of pension scams. To view the video please follow this link https://www.youtube.com/...
Caroline Legg and Adeline Chapman, Sacker & Partners, on the task force which has been set up to combat pension liberation
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is seeing an increasing number of sophisticated frauds involving transfers from self-invested pension plans (SIPPs), often ultimately into the unregulated renewable...
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is seeing an increasing number of sophisticated frauds involving transfers from self-invested pension plans (SIPPs), often ultimately into the unregulated renewable...
Nearly one fifth of UK pension schemes have suffered fraud in the past 24 months, an alarming rise of 55% on the same period last year, according to Baker Tilly’s Pensions Fraud Risk survey 2012...
Consumers have been warned to steer clear of pension offers that claim to be able to provide loans or release tax-free cash from people’s pension pots before they reach age 55. They may lose their...
The board of the Pension Protection Fund has announced via a frequently answered question that it will raise a Fraud Compensation Levy for 2011/12 at the rate of 25p per scheme member.