A cost effective way to transfer out of your Bank Final Salary Pension and access investment markets in the knowledge that a Transfer Specialist and Chartered Financial Planner is taking care of your interests.
Have you considered the alternative
which is a pension transfer into drawdown?
As a member of a final salary scheme (also known as Defined Benefit) you now have the ability to take control of your pension pot which currently is likely to be valued significantly higher than the norm.
As Independent Whole of Market Chartered Financial Planners we are here to advise. We are the original specialists in this field and typically recommend suitable solutions via a range of providers such as Fidelity, Royal London and Old Mutual Wealth. One of these may be right for you.
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Factors to consider
A Final Salary Transfer involves swapping your pension entitlement for a cash sum which must be put into a registered, or HMRC recognised, pension scheme.
The table below highlights some of the important factors that you should consider when thinking about whether to transfer out of your Financial Salary Pension Scheme. Both have their benefits and depending on your personal circumstances one could be more appropriate in meeting your long term needs.
If you take advice with us, we will give you one of two outcomes:
- We can show that the transfer is clearly in your best interests and suitable for you
- We cannot show that the transfer is in your best interests so we believe that remaining in your current scheme is suitable for you.
* Comparisons based on typical bank final salary schemes we have advised on going into Pension Drawdown
Upon contacting us for advice, the whole of the market will be assessed in line with your personal circumstances to recommend a solution that is right for you. In some cases this may mean that it is right for you to stay in your final salary scheme, for others, an alternative solution may be more appropriate.