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From Your Industry| 13:52

Fos complaints, reforms consequences: This week’s news

It appears that the ‘unintended consequences’ of the pension freedoms will continue to roll on.

Personal Pensions| 14:01

One in seven will totally rely on state pension

Research also shows women less financially prepared for retirement than men.

Pensions| 11:52

Lord Bradley confirmed as shadow pensions minister

Both pensions spokespeople will come from the House of Lords in the new parliament.

From Regulation| 11:47

DB deficits likely to rise in ‘extremely challenging’ 2015

Regulator suggests schemes with higher risk tolerance should change assumptions relating to returns.

From Your Industry| 11:45

Clients will pay 70% less than adviser average

Almost half of those surveyed intend to manage pension options without seeking any professional advice.

From Your Industry| 10:39

Aegon rolls out longevity and retirement centre

Firm’s centre will be teaming up with experts.

From Your Industry| 09:02

Equiniti strengthens team with double hire

One will head up administration business, while the other will head up data solutions propositions.

Analysis & Opinion
Should UK go Dutch on pensions

Personal Pensions| May 20, 2015

Should UK go Dutch on pensions

Holland’s collective workplace schemes are the envy of the world, but even these need reforming

Insurance companies complain that these industry-wide pension funds are oligopolies that are difficult to compete with

Jeff Prestridgeon| May 20, 2015

Ros Altmann has a hard act to follow

The ousted pension minister has won my lifetime respect for his steady hand on the tiller.

Tony Hazellon| May 20, 2015

Good luck to Dr Altmann - she has her work cut out

Tony Hazell airs his thoughts on the week’s financial matters

John LappinonPersonal Pensions| May 18, 2015

Altmann will have to tackle pensions piggy bank

New pensions minister Ros Altmann may well have the toughest job in the cabinet.

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Adviser Guides

Guide to Boosting Retirement Income

Little more than a year ago who would have imagined it would be possible to cash-in a pension or leave the pot free of tax?

Special Reports

Post-Freedom Retirement Planning - May 2015

All you need to know about the retirement freedoms

FTAdviser Blog

HMRC can apply new ‘unlimited’ £60 a day penalties

Triggering the new money purchase annual allowance brings with it new obligations on clients.

Adviser Guides

Guide to Blended Retirement Solutions

Savers are increasingly using a wide range of retirement income sources.

Special Reports

Future of Auto-Enrolment - April 2015

The biggest problem facing most is under-provision - and that’s what auto-enrolment is all about.

FTAdviser Blog

FCA refuses to absolve advisers from pension warnings

In a recent admission, FCA says advisers receive risk warnings from providers as part of the ‘second line of defence’.

Adviser Guides

Guide to The Brave New Pensions World

Advisers have to change the way they assess the potential risks and reward of retirement options moving forwards.

Special Reports

Retirement freedoms special report - April 2015

This month, Money Management delves into the world of retirement freedoms and asks what areas advisers can be looking into in the new landscape.

FTAdviser Blog

A new lease of life for employee benefits

Auto-enrolment is a nice example of the state staging a controlled exit from one of its roles in welfare provision.

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Personal Pensions| 08:59

Freedoms drive ‘record levels’ of adviser referrals

Double the number of customers are taking up financial advice as a direct result of the pension freedoms.

From Your Industry| May 21, 2015

Friends Life chief investment officer steps down

Exiting investment chief will serve full six month notice period.

Personal Pensions| May 21, 2015

Firm launches cash drawdown service

New service available from the age of 55, with a minimum transfer in of £1,000.

Personal Pensions| May 21, 2015

Aviva plans summer launch for ‘third way’ products

Firms finds blends of annuity and drawdown style products to be the most efficient way to move forward.

Sipps & Ssas| May 20, 2015

Another Sipp firm partners with alternative lender

There are currently “several well capitalised and strong acquisitive firms in the market,” provider says.

Pensions| May 20, 2015

Later-life sector responds to pension changes

Solla announces strategic marketing partnership with Octopus Investments

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