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A Deferred Defined Benefit Pension Scheme is a pension which is linked to your salary and service of a previous employer. Having a deferred Defined Benefit Pension Scheme means that you were once a member of a pension scheme, but you left before retirement age.
A buy out bond (also known as a personal retirement bond) is a policy that is used as a new ‘home’ for a pension from either a previous employer’s pension scheme or a current employer’s pension scheme if it is being wound up. A Buy Out Bond gives you control over how and where your pension is invested.
An ARF is a flexible investment fund that you own personally and can manage and control during retirement. With an ARF you can invest the balance of your retirement fund, after you have taken your lump sum at retirement, in a wide range of different investment funds.