The recent stock market falls have affected many people who's pensions are invested in so called "Defined Contribution" schemes - but "Defined Benefit" schemes will have remained secure.
Defined Benefit (DB) schemes have tended to be offered to government, armed forces and local authority employees and employess of large companies like BT, British Gas etc.
If you were advised to transfer your pension away from a DB scheme and into a Defined Contirbution (DC)scheme, or a personal pension plan or SIPP with an insurance firm in the last five years then you may have lost money during this recent crash
We can tell you quickly if we think that you may have suffered a loss. You can call us free on 0800 254 5066, or email us below.
You can make a claim directly to the firm that advised you to transfer your pension, for free, you do not have to use a firm like ours. If you choose to use our service, we will make a charge of 20% (inc;usive of VAT) of any compensation awarded.
If the stock market crash has raised concerns about your pension transfer why not give us a call today, free on 0800 254 5066, or email us below. We can answer your questions.