Scottish independence: Put your questions to pensions expert David Davison

The future of pensions in an independent Scotland has been the focus of debate in recent weeks.

A paper by professional chartered accountants body ICAS raised a number of questions in relation to the issue and urged both the Scottish and UK governments to look at the matter carefully.

In the latest of our series of referendum webcasts, we will look at the questions you are asking about pension arrangements in an independent Scotland.

David Davison, director and owner of the actuarial firm Spence & Partners, will be in the hot seat.

He has worked in the pensions industry since 1985 and was a contributor to the ICAS paper.

If you have something to ask Mr Davison, email newsonlinescotland@bbc.co.uk

Please put "Referendum questions" in the message field of your email.

Scotland's electorate will go to the polls on 18 September 2014.

Voters in the referendum will be asked the single yes/no question: "Should Scotland become an independent country?"

The interview with Mr Davison will be published on BBC Scotland's politics website.

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