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Pensions ombudsman is subject of new book by Cameron McKenna

Cameron McKenna pensions expert Mike Grant is publishing a book which examines the role of the Pensions Ombudsman and gives practical advice on making complaints and deal with investigations.


The book says that employers and trustees of occupational pension schemes require expert advice to avoid being fined.


Grant says: &#34The current ombudsman Dr Julian Farrand has certainly had his critics. But he is not going to go away. The most constructive approach for advisers and pension schemes is to learn how best to live with him.&#34

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