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Latest News

From Investments| Aug 25, 2016

‘Perfect storm’ for annuities could mean drawdown as default

Falling gilt yields pushing investors away from guaranteed income.

Aug 23, 2016

JRP merger continues ‘in line with expectations’

In these volatile times, newly merged retirement income provider “wanted to reassure the market ahead of our results.”

Aug 22, 2016

SJP told to improve customer service and administration

Wealth manager must pay client £250 compensation for distress and inconvenience.

Aug 22, 2016

PPF tightens ‘dumping’ rules for pension schemes

Protection fund will only back a refinancing if the fees charged by the banks are deemed reasonable.

Aug 22, 2016

Tisa backs gov’t plans to cap early exit charges

Trade association believes consistency between personal and occupational pensions is vital.

Aug 19, 2016

Almost half taking too much money from pensions: Schroders

Analysis of existing withdrawal data warns of retirees running out of money.

Analysis & Opinion
Webb blames communication breakdown for Waspi

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Webb blames communication breakdown for Waspi

Pensions Act 1995 made most of the changes but these were not communicated

Play the generation game

Aug 17, 2016 |

Play the generation game

Since the pension freedoms the tax treatment of funds on death now offers new opportunities

A piece of the pensions jigsaw

From Regulation| Aug 10, 2016

A piece of the pensions jigsaw

The FCA is seeking input on its Retirement Outcomes Review which is looking at competition in the decumulation market

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Special Reports

With pension freedoms comes responsibility

Introducing our Special Report on ‘retirement income’

FTAdviser Blog

Why the odds are stacked against Lisa

Reports of the death of the Lifetime Isa are greatly exaggerated. Aren’t they?

FTAdviser Blog

Trustee responsibilities post pension freedoms

There has been lots of talk in the sector recently about governance.

Recent Articles
  1. Why the odds are stacked against Lisa
    FTAdviser Blog| Aug 24, 2016

    Why the odds are stacked against Lisa

    Reports of the death of the Lifetime Isa are greatly exaggerated. Aren’t they?

  2. Royal London boosted by auto-enrolment switches
    From Your Industry| Aug 18, 2016

    Royal London boosted by auto-enrolment switches

    Chief executive says company has benefited from advisers’ “flight to quality”.

  3. FTSE firms pay billions more in dividends than into pensions
    Aug 16, 2016

    FTSE firms pay billions more in dividends than into pensions

    UK’s biggest companies paid £71bn in dividends last year.

  4. Some savers are withdrawing ‘too much’ money from pensions: ABI
    Aug 15, 2016

    Some savers are withdrawing ‘too much’ money from...

    Association says this is a warning sign that needs further investigation

  5. ABI: Some savers withdrawing ‘too much’ from pensions
    Aug 15, 2016

    ABI: Some savers withdrawing ‘too much’ from pensions

    Association says this is a warning sign that needs further investigation.

  6. Aviva told to compensate client for pension cut-off
    From Regulation| Aug 12, 2016

    Aviva told to compensate client for pension cut-off

    Insurance giant cancelled client’s monthly contributions without notifying him.

  7. HMRC to end salary sacrifice as we know it
    Aug 12, 2016

    HMRC to end salary sacrifice as we know it

    Many employers will be tempted to remove or reduce the salary sacrifice options available in future, warns tax expert.

  8. Nest reveals social investment aims
    Aug 11, 2016

    Nest reveals social investment aims

    Government-funded pension provider also wants to improve how markets operate and are regulated in jurisdictions where it invests.

  9. Royal Mail defined benefit scheme faces deep cuts
    Aug 11, 2016

    Royal Mail defined benefit scheme faces deep cuts

    Scheme guarantees an income for two-thirds of its 140,000 employees.

  10. True Potential argues it shouldn’t pay for future advice
    Aug 09, 2016

    True Potential argues it shouldn’t pay for future advice

    Firm accepts the advice to transfer was unsuitable, but argued over paying £585 for another adviser to help their former client.

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