The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said it is concerned providers' projections of what pension savers can expect to receive in retirement if they buy certain products are too high, and it wants to standardise the process.
In a wide-reaching consultation paper, the regulator said life companies are currently creating inconsistency for consumers, and firms using higher projections may be able to gain an unfair competitive...
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