Pensions: Solving problems for a richer retirement

The Office of the Pensions Ombudsman was established in 2003 as an independent authority to investigate and resolve complaints about non-state pensions.

5th October, 2014
Pensions Ombudsman Paul Kenny: his office has restructured so more cases can be addressed.

The Office of the Pensions Ombudsman was established in 2003 as an independent authority to investigate and resolve complaints about non-state pensions.

Current Pensions Ombudsman Paul Kenny has been at the helm since. He explained the role of his office: “We help citizens and pension providers to communicate clearly with each other and we make recommendations to improve the way pensions are administered. We promote openness and quality in the administration of pensions and we investigate...

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