Pot follows member delay is not 'outrageous' says Webb

September 2015
Money Marketing;9/24/2015, Issue 1502, p18
The article reports that according to Great Britain former pensions minister Steve Webb the delay to pensions' automatic transfer system is "not outrageous". Due to this delay, the Great Britain Department of Work and Pensions could scrap the controversial plans. Webb states that the financial services industry had to get on with it to enable people to build up worthwile pots in a single place.


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