Improperly delegating regulated activities to others can have 'serious implications', regulator warns
Andy Zanelli gets to grips with individual and fixed protection
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has said it does not expect to raise an interim levy in any sector this year, though CEO Mark Neale said he recognises this will come as "cold comfort" to some advisers.
Savers struggling to calculate their state pension entitlements, broker argues
Firms have been referred to enforcement
A ‘premier league' of ten or so providers will emerge to control most pension assets within the next five years as mass consolidation sweeps across the life company sector, according to a report.
Should savers grin and bear it?
Mix of investments held in decumulation products also of interest to watchdog
Six-month delays 'disappointing' for an ageing population, critics argue
Chancellor gives pensioners near 3% pay rise
Former pensions minister Steve Webb unearths archived 2004 research
No plans to raise minimum contributions
Advisers are unhappy about the taper plans
Brown's era was a 'golden age for well-heeled pension savers'
Independent risk warning could indemnify adviser against possible claim, body suggests
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) may simplify the way it calculates the value of personal pensions with a guaranteed annuity rate (GAR) to make it easier for parties to understand when independent financial advice is required.
Pension-led funding opportunities proving popular
Group retains liabilities for now-sold-off advisory unit Towergate Financial
Struggling small employers could be given more time
Pensioners set for Autumn Statement boost
Perhaps we should all learn our lesson and not say 'there'll be nothing new on pensions' prematurely...
PAC inquiry will be 'litmus test' for auto-enrolment
Fraudsters don't stick to just one scam
Pensions minister: 'I really feel for the affected women'