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Pensions| 16:24

Providers in deal with gov’t to cut legacy charges

Officials had said pension providers had identified about £10bn worth of funds where charges will be cut.

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Your Industry| 16:11

Mas tackles duplication by scaling back service

Organisation is already talking to the FCA, Fos and FSCS to find areas of common interest.

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Another firm to ‘just say no’ to insistent clients

Group compliance head agrees with ‘no to insistent clients’ stance.

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Pensions| 16:24

Providers in deal with gov’t to cut legacy charges

Officials had said pension providers had identified about £10bn worth of funds where charges will be cut.

Your Industry| 16:11

Mas tackles duplication by scaling back service

Organisation is already talking to the FCA, Fos and FSCS to find areas of common interest.

Investments| 15:52

Curbing eurozone euphoria

What chance does the ECB’s quantitative easing programme have at revitalising an embattled eurozone?

Mortgages| 15:20

First-time buyer fortunes improve in February

Demand is still vastly outweighing supply, and something needs to be done to aid this growing problem, trade body boss says.

Pensions| 12:24

Canada Life charges unknown on pension freedom products

Provider also makes necessary updates to lifetime annuity to get in line with new rules.

Your Industry| 12:16

Another firm to ‘just say no’ to insistent clients

Group compliance head agrees with ‘no to insistent clients’ stance.

Analysis & opinion
Who benefits? The regulators and their paymasters

Garry HeathonRegulation| Mar 26, 2015

Who benefits? The regulators and their paymasters

In fact consumers have one purpose in regulation – as unwilling funders of an unaccountable regime.

The biggest is apathy – consumers with the funds to invest and protect, but do not do so. The RDR has made this demonstrably worse

Tony HazellonPensions| Mar 25, 2015

Slow transfers to freedom-friendly providers likely

We know that not every company will offer all the flexibility that is technically possible after pension freedom day.

Jeff PrestridgeonPensions| Mar 25, 2015

Planner’s paradise

After hero-worshipping George, I would then be raising a glass or two to the understated pensions minister Steve Webb

Ashley WassallonPensions| Mar 23, 2015

Advisers take centre stage as pension guidance fears mount

News Review: Guidance might not be ready for reforms, annuity for cash plans raise concerns.

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Isolated Regulation Changes| Pensions | 14 Nov 2013

Shake-up of workplace pensions

Proposals to reshape workplace pensions for future generations have been outlined by the Department for Work & Pensions.

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Rules for advisers accepting provider’s cash

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RDR| Investments | 25 Oct 2013

Permitted cash rebates to retail clients

The Financial Conduct Authority explains when provider can pay cash rebates to retail clients.

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