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From Your Industry| 11:51

Adviser parent targets acquisitions after year of sales

Chief executive of Irish group says he is looking to be more active in terms of acquisitions and alliances.

From Your Industry| 09:01

Adviser arm growth limits profit hit for James Hay parent

IFG Group results show both pain and gain of significant restructuring over last 12 months.

Mar 25, 2015

Equiniti launches low-cost Sipp on phoenixed platform

Straightforward self-invested scheme will not cater for non-standard asset classes such as property.

From Your Industry| Mar 24, 2015

Get the full picture on pension freedoms - and earn CPD

Unique session will last 30 minutes and comprise a combination of video masterclasses and live debate.

From Your Industry| Mar 23, 2015

Another provider unveils post-April pricing

With the pension reforms set to come in within two weeks’ time, only a handful of providers have not revealed their new charges.

From Your Industry| Mar 23, 2015

Rowanmoor rolls out pension freedoms seminars

Training and development seminars will focus on fresh advisory opportunities.

Analysis & Opinion
Sipps: The countdown to 2016

Mar 23, 2015

Sipps: The countdown to 2016

Just weeks before the pension reforms come into play, Charlotte Richards analyses the state of the Sipp market and asks what may be in store for...

The importance of being serviced

Mar 23, 2015

The importance of being serviced

‘Good’ service can be personal opinion and keeping up standards can be difficult. Charlotte Richards surveys complaints and due diligence processes...

The future of bespoke Sipps

Mar 23, 2015

The future of bespoke Sipps

In the run up to the new reforms, Andy Leggett asks if bespoke Sipp flexibility is compatible with the world of pensions in 2015.

Sipps in a changing market

Mar 23, 2015

Sipps in a changing market

Everyone is aware of the reforms to retirement, but how can Sipps benefit from the overhaul? Paul Evans examines how the changes can make an impact.

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Adviser Guides

Guide to Pension Wise and Retirement Guidance

When the government announced its sweeping reforms of the ‘at-retirement’ market in the 2014 Budget, it offered a guidance guarantee.

Special Reports

Self-invested personal pensions – April 2015

The next 18 months are going to prove very challenging for Sipp providers.

FTAdviser Blog

Drawdown fees ‘rip-off’ could yet become a ‘scandal’

News Review: We need to do something about the plight of existing savers in legacy pension schemes.

Adviser Guides

Guide to Isas and Pension Freedoms

Isas were made a far more flexible savings vehicle last year.

Special Reports

Retirement Income Planning - March 2015

Reforms will trigger the most fundamental rethink of at-retirement advice in years.

FTAdviser Blog

Pension ‘freedoms’ will be less simple than they appear

News Review: Savers will be able to dip into their pension whenever they like from April... well, maybe.

Adviser Guides

Guide to Multi-Asset and Pensions

The opportunity for savers aged 55 plus to keep hold of their pots and put them in a product of their choosing from April onwards is a huge step...

Special Reports

Income Drawdown - March 2015

Income drawdown is set to become the default retirement income option for more savers from April.

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?

Recent Articles
  1. Key Adviser Issues in Budget 2015
    From Training| 13:48

    Key Adviser Issues in Budget 2015

    Everything you need to know about the key measures affecting you and your clients from George Osborne’s sixth Budget.

  2. Self-invested personal pensions – April 2015
    From Our Publications| Mar 23, 2015

    Self-invested personal pensions – April 2015

    The next 18 months are going to prove very challenging for Sipp providers.

  3. Where to stand in the standard debate
    Mar 23, 2015

    Where to stand in the standard debate

    The regulatory rules state from September 2016, commercial property must be treated as a standard asset. Martin Tilley asks if it should be...

  4. Beneficiary Fad is more than just a fad
    Mar 23, 2015

    Beneficiary Fad is more than just a fad

    Opening up huge scope for unused pension funds to be passed on to younger generations in the event of death, Robert Graves looks at death benefit tax.

  5. From Special Report: Retirement Income Planning - March 2015| Mar 23, 2015

    From transactional advice to retirement planning

    Radical pension reforms will be in place in two weeks’ time - and more options could lead to confusion.

  6. From Special Report: Retirement Income Planning - March 2015| Mar 23, 2015

    Where to now for annuities?

    Percentage fall in the number of annuities sold in Q4 was greater than the percentage fall in the value of the policies.

  7. Retirement Income Planning - March 2015
    From Our Publications| Mar 23, 2015

    Retirement Income Planning - March 2015

    Reforms will trigger the most fundamental rethink of at-retirement advice in years.

  8. From Special Report: Retirement Income Planning - March 2015| Mar 23, 2015

    When one should take the money - and when not

    Withdrawing money from a pension scheme is not just about taking a lump sum and reducing future income.

  9. Budget, buy-to-let and bad advice: The week in news
    From Investments| Mar 20, 2015

    Budget, buy-to-let and bad advice: The week in news

    Aside from Gideon’s bible, Sipps were celebrated and criticised, while buy-to-let gained ground.

  10. Tory pension tax raid makes mockery of savings ‘revolution’
    Ashley WassallonYour Industry| Mar 20, 2015

    Tory pension tax raid makes mockery of savings ‘revolution’

    Policy will transfer about £600m from tax relief bill, but at the cost of undermining push to save.

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