What a rate rise in the UK could mean for your final salary pension

UK Interest Rate Rise


Bank of England increases interest rates for the first time in TEN years

The Bank of England has raised interest rates to 0.5% from 0.25%, the first increase since July 2007..

A rate rise is likely to result in a reduction in the Cash Equivalent Transfer Values (CETV) of final salary pensions. As a result, many expats could see the size of their investment reduce significantly.

Now really is the time to look again at your final salary pension scheme.

Some firms are currently offering members up to 40% more than they were one year ago to transfer their pension. Claim your FREE e-guide NOW and find out why this can't last forever. Plus discover...

  • What factors are causing transfer values to be the highest they may ever be
  • The benefits of flexible investing
  • Which jurisdictions are best for you
  • How to gain higher returns with lower risk
  • The importance of seeking professional advice
  • Why you have a limited time to act

One in six private sector final salary schemes are at risk of failing*

Protect your pension and secure a higher retirement income for you and your family

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The Importance of obtaining professional advice

Such an important decision should never be taken without receiving sound advice that considers all options and eventualities.

* Report carried out by Pensions Institute


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