Ex-director group’s 6 per cent stake could give enlarged Aviva a controlling stake in adviser network.
New range has cover £8 a month with a cash lump sum of up to £500,000 available.
Sesame and Openwork received the most advice complaints in the second half of the year.
Provider backing research calls on government and pension industry to better help people review their options.
Non-executive directors with specific responsibilities, such as chairman, will come under the new regime.
More than half would consider working past state pension age to help improve their financial position.
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From Investments| Feb 20, 2015
Platform assets up 26 per cent, while auto-enrolment boosts corporate inflows by 10 per cent.
From Your Industry| Feb 19, 2015
Life and pensions boss admits firm has come a long way in the last five years.
Feb 17, 2015
In a ‘Dear CEO’ letter, the FCA sets out the new responsibilities for firms that operate group personal pension schemes.
From Regulation| Feb 13, 2015
Emergency taxes to bite for retirees, ‘free text’ suggested for suitability and bills for RDR reports revealed.
Feb 10, 2015
No financial details given, but transaction expected to close in the second quarter this year.
Feb 09, 2015
Research finds figure could rise to 4m in the UK by 2025, with the baby boomers hitting their 70s.
Feb 06, 2015
New provider sets sights for UK shores
From Pensions| Feb 02, 2015
Trading statement shows enhanced annuity sales fall further, while fixed-term products made small gains.