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Transfer volumes through the Origo Transfer Service have increased by 20% year on year between 30 June 2018 and 30 June this year, to over 680k, it has been revealed.
Transfer values fell slightly during June 2019, as the number of DB transfers over the month also fell marginally.
Chartered Financial Planning firm Belmayne is among the first firms in the East Midlands to sign up to a new professional code of practice governing pension transfers.
A survey has found that 99% of the 70,000 Defined Benefit scheme members who quit each year are transferring their money to a SIPP.
A new survey has revealed 85% of respondents believed all DB schemes should allow partial transfers.
Pension transfer values, as measured by the XPS Pensions Group Transfer Value Index, fluctuated moderately during January 2019, but with no overall change over the month. 
PIMFA, which represents around 1,000 UK wealth managers and financial advisers, has called for an “urgent review” of the FSCS following yesterday’s announcement of an interim levy.
The Financial Conduct Authority has today published final rules and guidance from its consultation on improving the quality of pension transfer advice.
Four directors involved in transferring £57m out of pension pots - much of it into SIPPs - have been banned for a combined 34 years following an Insolvency Service probe.
I was going to open by commenting that it’s the time of year when the budget rumour mill starts kicking into action, but of course this will only be the second Autumn Budget, so we’re more accustom to these things happening at the start of the year.
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