The Money and Pensions Service (Maps) has a “critical role to play” in the UK’s economic recovery from coronavirus, it says in a ten-year corporate plan released today.
Pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman has warned schemes who do not have their data organised to the standard required for the pensions dashboard will face “draconian penalties.”
The Money and Pensions Service (Maps) has named 12 sector leaders as challenge group chairs to spearhead its newly launched strategy for financial wellbeing.
'Service is big step'
Responsible for first pensions dashboard
Duo start roles on 1 October
Ixion Holdings' John Govett
Former FSA chief executive
New body due by end of 2018
A Money Advice Service-backed strategy to boost the financial capability of the nation has launched today, following research which suggested a bleak picture of the nation's financial understanding.
Sir Hector Sants, former head of the Financial Services Authority (FSA), has been appointed new chairman of Julius Baer.
An initiative that will see savings clubs set up in primary schools to help children develop sensible money habits has received government funding.
Hector Sants, who headed the Financial Services Authority (FSA) for five years, has introduced a Church of England 'advice' scheme aimed at helping those in "financial distress".
Ex-Financial Services Authority (FSA) chief executive Sir Hector Sants is being courted by the Archbishop of Canterbury to lead a financial taskforce, just two months after leaving a key role at Barclays with "extreme stress and exhaustion".
Royal Bank of Scotland's (RBS) defence against a £4bn lawsuit from shareholders contradicts evidence given to MPs by former Financial Services Authority (FSA) boss Hector Sants, it has emerged.
Treasury Select Committee (TSC) chairman Andrew Tyrie has called on the industry to help parliament hold the financial services regulator to account to avoid "excessive regulation" that could "create the stability of the graveyard".
Barclays' head of compliance Sir Hector Sants will not be returning to the banking group after taking three months' leave in October due to stress.
Former Financial Services Authority CEO Sir Hector Sants is to join the board of the British Bankers' Association (BBA) lobbying group, according to reports.
The Financial Services Practitioner Panel (FSPP) asked firms what single message they would deliver to the board of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) - and the over-riding plea is for fairness.
It will come as little surprise to readers of IFAonline.co.uk that most of your peers believe Hector Sants, the former chief executive of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and now the highly-paid head of compliance at Barclays Bank, was misguided...
The head of the incoming Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has suggested the new body will adopt a less aggressive tone than its predecessor and will instead seek to "have a dialogue" with the companies and individuals it regulates.
Sir Hector Sants, the former Financial Services Authority (FSA) chief, rejected calls for an investigation into LIBOR abuses in January 2009, it was revealed yesterday.
An online petition calling for Hector Sants' nomination for a knighthood to be withdrawn has received more than 1,300 signatures.
A pair of MPs have criticised the decision to award a knighthood to Hector Sants, the former chief executive of the Financial Services Authority (FSA).