09 September 2018

ECJ ruling shows PPF must address compensation levels

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Helen Morrissey, Personal Finance Specialist

Helen Morrissey

Personal Finance Specialist

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Responding to the recent ECJ ruling in the case of Grenville Hampshire v. The Board of the Pension Protection Fund Royal London’s Director of Policy Steve Webb said:

"Given that Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has spoken about what to do with its surplus funds a priority must be given to address the position of people such as Mr. Hampshire who could find themselves receiving less than half their pension due to the limited nature of the PPF."

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Helen Morrissey, Personal Finance Specialist

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