Britannia takes down TV ads, working with FMA over UK pension ads

Thu, 18 Dec 2014

By Suze Metherell Dec. 19 (BusinessDesk) - Britannia Financial Services, a UK pension transfer agency whose advertisements feature "financial motivator" Brendon Johnson, has tweaked its website and paused television advertising after the Financial Markets Authority raised concerns about people feeling "press ganged" into shifting retirement funds.  The markets watchdog has raised concerns about some advertising which emphasises the need to transfer UK pensions before April 2015 to avoid incoming tax and legislation changes, which may crea...

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