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Providers demand clarity from HMRC on pension redress

Trade body chairman says the current interpretation of the rules “doesn’t follow logic”.

Dec 16, 2014

FCA demands ‘prudent’ valuation of troubled assets

A valuation to nil would affect the amount of income that a client could draw from their fund.

Dec 10, 2014

City Trustees vetoes permitted investment list

View comes in stark contrast to London and Colonial’s voiced earlier this year.

From Regulation| Dec 09, 2014

FSCS resolves Standard Life’s Sipp tax liabilities

Claimants will need to grant consent to Standard Life for them to provide FSCS with a full legal assignment of the Arm assets.

From Regulation| Dec 08, 2014

Three convicted in £23m biofuel fraud

Case marks SFO’s first convictions under the Bribery Act.

From Regulation| Dec 05, 2014

Five key themes from this week’s news

Changes to stamp duty, Isas and ‘death benefits’ will surely mean more consumers will be seeking out regulated advice.

Analysis & Opinion
De-risking retirement income planning advice

Dec 05, 2014 |

De-risking retirement income planning advice

Defaqto Retirement Update: There are now an almost infinite number of retirement options.

Sipps: A year of change

Nov 24, 2014

Sipps: A year of change

With changes pending next April, the Sipp market has divided and evolved completely in the past twelve months, writes Greg Kingston.

Intelligence: Sipps snapshot

Nov 24, 2014

Intelligence: Sipps snapshot

Regulation of the Sipp market is a signalling change as to how the products are viewed and selected. Jon Cudby analyses our latest market snapshot.

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Adviser Guides

Guide to Workplace Pensions

Historically, many public and private sector organisations have provided a defined benefit pension scheme for staff.

Special Reports

Income Options - November 2014

Most investors want income - with the pension changes they may just want investment-based income for longer.

FTAdviser Blog

Like it or not, the pension ‘credit card’ is coming

News Review: We are edging closer to pensions working like bank accounts, but is this really what was intended?

Adviser Guides

Guide to Annuities Post-Pension Freedoms

How did the Budget shake up annuities in particular, and how are these products are set to change?

Special Reports

Self-Invested Personal Pensions - October 2014

This October’s Money Management Sipp survey

FTAdviser Blog

Fos landmark U-turn opens a can of worms

Fos reviews a ‘final’ decision, but questions remain over whether it has the legal authority to enforce any new ruling.

Adviser Guides

Guide to Retirement Income Options post-Budget

Many headlines in the aftermath of the Budget concentrated on the fantastic freedom and choice being introduced.

FTAdviser Blog

Sipps need guidance to learn, consequences of NDCs

Week in brief: The ‘guidance guarantee’ debate rumbles on, as criticism of the regulator’s post-retirement non-guidance once again hits the fore.

Recent Articles
  1. Sipp firm reviews all charges as lump sum access looms
    Dec 05, 2014

    Sipp firm reviews all charges as lump sum access looms

    Ramifications of how new option sits with charging structure needs to be considered, says Rowanmoor.

  2. Guide to Workplace Pensions
    From Training| Dec 04, 2014

    Guide to Workplace Pensions

    Historically, many public and private sector organisations have provided a defined benefit pension scheme for staff.

  3. Hornbuckle may offer discounted exit to disgruntled adviser
    Dec 02, 2014

    Hornbuckle may offer discounted exit to disgruntled adviser

    Sipp provider says it does not want to hold adviser “hostage” after pre-RDR incentive deal expired.

  4. Mattioli Woods grows revenue 20% in second half
    From Your Industry| Dec 01, 2014

    Mattioli Woods grows revenue 20% in second half

    Chief executive says firm remains acquisitive and is assessing several opportunities.

  5. Another Sipp provider attempts to reduce exit fee barrier
    Nov 25, 2014

    Another Sipp provider attempts to reduce exit fee barrier

    Second Sipp firm in recent months tries to break down the exit barriers by cutting fees.

  6. Osborne relents on pension freedoms reporting burden
    From Regulation| Nov 25, 2014

    Osborne relents on pension freedoms reporting burden

    Savers will now only have to inform schemes they actively contribute to and will have 91 days to do so.

  7. Income Options - November 2014
    From Our Publications| Nov 24, 2014

    Income Options - November 2014

    Most investors want income - with the pension changes they may just want investment-based income for longer.

  8. From Special Report: Income Options - November 2014| Nov 24, 2014

    Why investment trusts could benefit from pension freedoms

    Advisers have traditionally steered clear of trusts, but post-RDR growth could be boosted by new pension rules.

  9. Ernst & Young in talks on pension ‘bank account’
    InterviewfromPersonal Pensions| Nov 21, 2014

    Ernst & Young in talks on pension ‘bank account’

    Director reveals discussions with “technology partner” and says solution “is certainly possible... for April.”

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