The impact of rising interest rates on defined benefit transfer values is marked. With economists forecasting further interest rate rises in the UK in an attempt to tame inflation further drops in transfer values should be expected.
Published On: October 14, 2022|3.1 min read|
Interest rates are rising. What will this mean for your CETV?
What's been happening to pension transfer values in 2022? If you are considering a pension transfer and are wondering how recent economic changes may impact your final salary pension's cash equivalent transfer value, read on!
Published On: May 3, 2022|3.5 min read|
Pension Transfer Values in 2022
Record numbers of people have been transferring out of their defined benefit pension schemes in exchange for a fixed pot of money known as the CETV, or cash equivalent transfer value. But more recently values have, in some cases been declining slightly. So what’s in store for pension transfer values in 2022.
Published On: February 23, 2022|3.4 min read|
How will an increase in interest rates affect CETVs
Interest rates and Cash Equivalent Transfer Values (CETV’s) are indirectly linked, meaning that any change in rates can have a knock-on effect that may eventually mean an adjustment in your CETV.
If you are considering a pension transfer and are wondering how recent economic changes may impact the cash equivalent transfer value of your final salary pension, read on!
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