Annuity specialist teases the adviser market with a vague overview of a new product that is ‘still in development’.
Chancellor expected to unveil further pension changes in next week’s Autumn Statement.
Insurer secures another deal in major move into de-risking solutions for large pension schemes.
Partnership says its cost management programme is “tracking well” against the planned 2015 cost base.
Nucleus says it has “clearly underlined its commitment” to offering a full range of retirement options with its launch.
Tax office answers industry’s questions about stand-alone lump sums in light of greater pension freedoms.
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