Have you missed this week's pensions news? Here's Retirement Planner's round-up of the top five stories this week.
Almost half of pension holders who are over or near their lifetime allowance (LTA) threshold have not yet taken any action to prepare for the limit reductions due to be introduced in April, De Vere Group warns.
Phoenix Life attracted more than 400 complaints in the final six months of last year, according to the latest data from the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS).
Standard Life is investigating placing a ban on adviser charging in connection with workplace pensions following discussion with the Financial Conduct Authority.
Just Retirement has reduced its minimum annuity fund size to £2,000 after an FCA study identified few options for retirees with small pension funds.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said platforms need to do more to incorporate re-registration and has issued a warning over exit fees.
Growth driven by platform business
No preferred charging model
To 1,552 families and businesses
HL and Liberty SIPP slowest
Lifetime and annual allowances